What’s On in Nottingham: February
Wednesday, 1 February 2023
Lingo Magazine’s go-to guide for the top cultural events going on in Nottingham this month. Exam season is officially over and Lingo Magazine’s guide to what’s on in Nottingham is back.
Exam season is officially over and Lingo Magazine’s guide to what’s on in Nottingham is back. This month, we’ve got ice hockey, Chinese New Year celebrations and Refresher Week lined up for you.
Ice Hockey at the Motorpoint Arena
Throughout the month you’ll be able to watch the Nottingham Panthers play other ice hockey champions at the Motorpoint Arena. The Notts Varsity Series 2023 is also about to kick off so make sure to get your tickets soon.
Refresher Week – from 30 January
The Student Union’s Refresher Week this year will provide poster sales, society socials and tasters, and day trips – perfect to see your society friends again or discover a new hobby. Check out the full list of events here.
Chinese New Year: Brush Painting Workshop – 1 February
While Chinese New Year may have been back in January, Lakeside Arts is putting on another one of their brush painting workshops for you to learn the art of brush painting with Feng-Ru Lee. You’ll focus on painting animals and all abilities are welcome. Tickets are £7.50 and available here.
Chinese New Year: Tea Ceremony and Guzheng – 5 February
Lakeside Arts is also putting on a tea ceremony to celebrate Chinese New Year so you can discover this beautiful tradition.
Canalhouse Comedy Night – 8 February and 22 February
Head down to the Canalhouse at 7pm on either of these Wednesdays for a night of comedy. These nights tend to sell out so book your tickets in advance here.
Nottingham Vintage Kilo Sale – 18 February
Following the success of their last kilo sale, Worth The Weight is returning to St Mary’s Church with tonnes for stock for you to wade through. Register for tickets here.
Bisexual Men Exist, Veneet Mehta on being a bisexual man – 19 February
Five Leaves Bookshop is hosting a talk on what it means to be a bisexual man. Vaneet Mehta will talk through his personal experience of coming out and how this inspired him to create the viral #BisexualMenExist campaign. Tickets are £3 for students and expected to sell out.
Gig at Percy Picklebackers - 21 February
Catch Lingo's very own Abigail Hannah performing in the city centre! With headliner Paris Paloma, it's sure to be a night filled with acoustic indie and pop tunes. So if you're a fan of this and supporting upcoming artists, get your tickets here.
Let us know if you attend any of these events – maybe even write a review for us!