5 Things to do in Nottingham This Week

9 September 18 words: LeftLion

Plenty of stuff to be getting on with over the coming days, duck...

Brain Damage

When? Monday 10 September, 8.30pm – 10.30pm
Where? Savoy Cinema
What? The folks over at Mayhem Film Festival and Loft Movie Theatres are bringing the eighties psychedelic cult-horror classic Brain Damage back to the big screen this week. Expect old-school practical effects, blood splatter and black comedy in this bizarre film. It’s showing for one night only so make sure to book your tickets in advance.
How much? £4.85 - £6.60
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Dazed and Confused

When? Wednesday 12 September, 6.30pm
Where? Nottingham Contemporary
What? Catch a screening of the classic Richard Linklater film Dazed and Confused at Nottingham Contemporary and reminisce about the feeling of summer sun before it disappears for the next nine months. Now an iconic film, Linklater tells various stories all set in a 24-hour period through a mix of witty dialogue and stoner comedy for good measure. Guess Contemporary really are “alright-alright-alright”.
How Much? £5
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Cirque du Soleil: OVO

When? Wednesday 12 September - Sunday 16 September, 8pm
Where? Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
What? The one and only Cirque du Soleil is swooping into Notts this week with a brand new show celebrating coexistence with nature. Marvel at the incredible stunts of the performers as you reaffirm to yourself that you 100% cannot do a single one of them.
How much? £34.60 - £85
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The £1 NCF Comedy Night

When? Wednesday 12 September, 8pm - 11pm
Where? Canalhouse
What? For the small price of £1, you lucky lot can laugh your socks off and see up-and-coming comedians trying to make a name for themselves at Canalhouse. Even if the comedy isn’t to your taste, you can have a few drinks from the largest beer selection in the East Midlands.
How Much? £1
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Tony Kofi: Portrait of Cannonball

When? Thursday 13 September, 8pm – 10.30pm
Where? Bonnington Theatre
What? Jazz classics and tributes abound in alto-sax aficionado Tony Kofi’s new show. With a talented group of jazz musicians behind him, the show will range from fast-paced explosive jazz to more soulful numbers. Feast your ears and admire the instrumentation at this reasonably priced gig.
How much? £5 - £12
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