Ice Hockey Heroes to Dear England at the National Theatre: Here's What's On This Week beginning 11 - 18 March

Sunday 10 March 2024
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Kicking off this week we have a spicy ice-hockey fixture between Nottingham Panthers and Fife Flyers. Following this make sure to see fan favourites Yard Act raise the roof at Rock City, England's manager scores his own show down at the National Theatre and artists unleashing their creativity in both the National Justice Museum and the New Art Exchange.

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The Nottingham Panthers Vs Fife Flyers

When: Tuesday 12 March
Where: The Motorpoint Arena
How Much: From £12.60

Home to The Nottingham Panthers, The Motorpoint Arena sees them face off with Fife Flyers this week. Get ready to cheer on our local heroes and witness the bone-shattering intensity of elite level ice-hockey. Both Fife Flyers and the Panthers are currently on the same amount of points in the league meaning your support is extra-necessary!

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Yard Act

When: Thursday 14 March
Where: Rock City
How Much: £24

Touring their new album Where’s My Utopia? The acerbic, cynical yet eloquent and entirely proficient Yard Act is coming to our very own Rock City. They aim to deliver something ace, something top and something class in order to get us moving as well as perusing both their very personal and very political message. Read our recent interview with their bassist, Ryan Needham, here.

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Juvenile in Justice

When: Until 3 November
Where: National Justice Museum
How Much: Free

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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YOUnique24 - Acoustickle’s 15th Birthday

When: Friday 15 March
Where: New Art Exchange
How Much: Free

Industry professionals, Trekkah Benjamin, JayaHadADream, Aikaterini Paraskevopoulou and Parisa East, speak about their individual journeys in the creative industries. You will get the opportunity to pitch questions, network and build connections during a short Q&A session that will hopefully inspire the next generation of young musicians.

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National Theatre Live: Dear England

When: Sunday 17 March
Where: Broadway
How Much: From £16

The country that gave the world football has since delivered a painful pattern of loss. Why can’t England’s men win at their own game? Joseph Fiennes (The Handmaid’s Tale) plays Gareth Southgate in playwright James Graham’s gripping examination of the nation's game. With the worst track record for penalties in the world, Gareth Southgate knows he needs to open his mind and face the role of the national men’s football team in the national psyche. The play explores how Southgate helped challenge notions of masculinity on the England team. Filmed live on stage at the National Theatre.

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