From Morrissey to The Coffee Shop Musical, Here's What's On in Nottingham This Week 3 July - 9 July

Words: Gemma Cockrell
Sunday 02 July 2023
reading time: min, words

Looking for things to do in Nottingham this week? Then look no further…

Pick Of The Week (7)

The Bronx
When: Tuesday 4 July, 6:30pm 
Where: Rescue Rooms
How much: £22

Formed in LA in 2002, The Bronx are an iconic punk-rock band with a distinctive 00s sound. With six studio albums, when they join us at Rescue Rooms it’ll be to celebrate their 20th Anniversary of their first album The Bronx (I).

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The Coffee Shop Musical
When: Friday 7 July, 9pm
Where: Blend Sneinton
How much: From £11.55

What do coffee, musicals and artificial intelligence have in common? THIS! After winning the award for Best Musical at Manchester Fringe 2022, the multi-award-winning pop musical theatre company leo&hyde return, this time starring Alex James Ellison (Fiver) and Harriet Caplan-Dean (SIX The Musical).

Pick Of The Week (5)

Lady Bay Open Gardens
When: Saturday 8 - Sunday 9 July
Where: Various locations
How much: £5 per adult, children free

This popular two-day event will see 25 beautiful and varied gardens open to the public alongside entertainment, activities for children plus cake and plant stalls.   This year will be its thirtieth year, so it’s a very special one.

Pick Of The Week (4)

When: Sunday 9 July, 7:30pm
Where: Royal Concert Hall
How much: From £51.65

British singer-songwriter Morrissey has enjoyed sixteen albums in the UK Top Ten, plus nine Top Ten albums with his former group The Smiths, of which Morrissey was a founder member. He has announced a brand-new UK and Ireland tour, which will come to Nottingham this Sunday.

Pick Of The Week (8)

Steampunk Weekend
When: Saturday 8 - Sunday 9 July
Where: Papplewick Pumping Station
How much: £12

Get your bowlers out and try something out of the ordinary! Attracting the most eccentric assortment of individuals, this is a chance to dress up and let out your weird side, with music from chap hop maestro Professor Elemental and gothic steampunk trio Victor & The Bully. Not only will you see the engines in full steaming action, but you can also book an underground reservoir tour to cool down. 

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