From Light Night to Comedy in the Caves, Here’s What’s on in Nottingham This Week 29 January - 4 February

Sunday 28 January 2024
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As February arrives, check out what you can do in Notts this week...

Example (1)

Miles Kane
30 January
Where: Rock City
How much: £30

Miles Kane has announced fresh UK headline tour dates for 2024. The exciting announcement arrives ahead of his brand new album One Man Band – out 4 August on Modern Sky Records, and follows the release of its superb latest tracks The Wonder and Baggio.

Example (6)

BBC Music Introducing in the East Midlands
When: 31 January
How much: Free

BBC Introducing in the East Midlands returns, giving you access to the best live and local music, for free. The show will be filmed and recorded for radio broadcast, hosted and curated by the legendary Dean Jackson. Over the years they have hosted a number of upcoming local acts; this time the lien-up will be Set in Motion, Jude Forsey, April Tapes and Lucy Crisp.

Example (2)

Comedy in the Caves
When: 2 February
Where: The Whistle & Flute
How much: £10

Attention all comedy lovers and cave enthusiasts! Get ready for an unforgettable experience as Ian Whitcombe Comedy brings you Comedy in the Caves! You won’t want to miss out on five hilarious stand-up comedians performing live in an actual cave. The caves are located beneath the beautiful Whistle & Flute pub on Derby Road, Nottingham, and offer the perfect blend of laughter and adventure in a truly unique environment.

Example (5)

Etta Marcus
When: Friday 2 February
Where: The Bodega
How much: £14.30

Etta Marcus’ gig is not one to be missed. This Brixton born artist’s music is reminiscent of Phoebe Bridgers and Lana Del Rey. Her elegant songwriting offers striking portraits of self-sabotage, self-destructive relationships, careless burnouts riddled with regret and pushing away those you love. She has also taken inspiration from Radiohead and her writing is influenced by her love for poetry. If this sounds like a bit of you, get yourself to The Bodega for a night of ethereal music and lyrical genius. 

Example (3)

Nottingham Light Night 2024
2 and 3 February
Nottingham City Centre
How much: Free

Nottingham Light Night returns this February for its sixteenth year. Illuminate your imagination as you explore the city centre, from Old Market Square to Binks Yard, and from Sneinton Market to Nottingham Castle. You can see over thirty immersive and interactive light-based installations, performances and activities after dark. Whether you’re an arts and culture enthusiast, looking for a free family trip out, or want to get the perfect shot for Instagram, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

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