November 4, 2014, by offcampus

What’s On? – November

As winter draws in, there are all kinds of festive delights in store in the Nottingham area. Here are a few highlights coming up in the next month:

Event: Bonfire Night Celebration
Date: Wednesday 5th November from 5.30pm (main display at 9pm)
Location: Forest Recreation Ground
Information: With a funfair, bonfire and a spectacular fireworks display, this big bonfire night celebration is not to be missed.

Event: Christmas Lights Switch On
Date: Friday 21st November, entertainment from 5.30pm, switch on at 6.30pm
Location: Old Market Square
Information: With entertainment from local choirs, the Christmas lights switch on is a great way to kick start the festive season.

Event: Nottingham Winter Wonderland
Date: 20th November – 4th January
Location: Old Market Square
Information: The outdoor ice rink will be back this year, accompanied by a craft and gift market, helter skelter and more!

Event: Sleeping Beauty
Date: 28th November – 17th January
Location: Nottingham Playhouse
Information: For a taste of traditional panto fun, pop to the Playhouse to see their interpretation of Sleeping Beauty.

Event: Trent to Trenches Exhibition
Date: until 16th November
Location: Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery
Information: Your last chance to catch this exhibition which marks the centenary of the First World War with tales of local people involved in the conflict.

Event: Dunkirk and Lenton Martinmas Fair 2014
Date: Saturday 15th November, 11am – 5pm
Location: Priory Church of St Anthony, Gregory Street, Lenton
Information: A Medieval tradition revived – there’ll be an apothecary, stocks and pillor, reenactments, armour and weaponry displays along with market and food stalls a-plenty.

Event: Season of Lights
Date: 29th November, 2.30pm – 5pm
Location: Chilwell Rd Methodist Church, Beeston
Information: Broxtowe Community Celebration Group host this celebration of culture, giving you the opportunity to learn about seasonal celebrations such as Diwali, Advent, Hanukkah, Eid Ul-Adha, the 7-5-3 Japanese Festival and more. There’ll be a range of free activities and performances throughout the day.

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