Bands, Vegan Markets, Comedy and Photography: Here's What's on in Nottingham 1-7 April 2024

Sunday 31 March 2024
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Got time on your hands this week? We've got you covered. From acclaimed acts such as James Blunt and Everything Everything to a gorgeous vegan market in Sneinton and a night that will have you laughing yourself out of that pesky bad mood, there's something for everyone this week.

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Everything Everything at Rock City

When: Thursday 4 April
Where: Rock City
How Much: from £27.50

The eclectic rock band are taking to the Rock City stage on Thursday 4 April with their creative indie rock inspired music, following the release of their new album, Mountainhead. They push the constraints of British boy bands with their modern electric pop British sound, stating their place in music today on their UK tour.

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Sneinton Vegan Market

When: Saturday 6 April
Where: Sneinton Avenues
How Much: Free

An excellent chance to have a creative wander around Sneinton Avenues whilst picking up some delicious food. The Sneinton Vegan Market continues its monthly annual vegan extravaganza of food, drinks and people. Aiming to promote and encourage veganism, while supporting local vegan businesses and in turn, creating a space for people to feel relaxed without having to check every product.

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James Blunt

When: Saturday 6 April
Where: Motorpoint Arena
How Much: from £45

Love him or hate him, James Blunt has become a household name in the UK, through both his catchy melodies and self-deprecating wit.  He is coming to Nottingham this week, bringing his soulful voice and chart-topping hits from ‘You’re Beautiful’, to his new favourites from his 2023 album, Who We Used To Be.

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Just the Tonic Comedy Club

When: Saturday 6 April
Where: Metronome
How Much: £16

Get some laughter endorphins down yourself with another classic comedy line up of absolute laughs, boasting impressive cast of comedians consisting of Dane Baptiste, Ricky Balshaw, Mike Newall and Jon Pearson. 

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Juvenile In Justice

When: Until 3 November
Where: National Justice Museum
How much: Free Entry

This exhibition explores the lives of young people living in prison in the USA. Blending photographs and first-hand testimonials, Richard Ross, whose work is celebrated throughout the exhibit, provides a unique insight into the lived experience and realities of more than 1,000 young people impacted by the justice system. 

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