What’s On in Nottingham: March
Wednesday, 1 March 2023
Lingo Magazine’s go-to guide for the top cultural events going on in Nottingham this month. Kicking off with reading week for you arts students, check out what the city of Nottingham has lined up for you in March.
Nottingham’s Craft & Flea – 4th March
This craft and flea market houses a collection of independent collectors, designers and creatives under one roof for you to explore and come away with some bargains. The event takes place at St Mary’s in Lace Market and tickets are available here.
Chinese Storytelling and Music – 10th March
Join Ling Peng at the New Art Exchange’s storytelling workshop and explore Chinese instruments and music. This event is free and takes place between 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Bonington Vitrines #20: Spaces of Translation - European Magazines, 1945-65 – until 11th March
Following World War II, many new journals emerged across Europe. Print productions boomed following years of privation and a lack of cultural contact between nations. It also responded to what a “European” identity may look like in the post-war era. This free exhibition explores this development in European history.
St Patrick’s Day Festival – 17th March
Looking for a way to celebrate St Patrick’s Day that isn’t in the pub? Nottingham Irish Centre are taking over Old Market Square with a day full of traditional Irish entertainment. There’ll singers, dancers and bands and its completely free!
Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme – 19th-23rd March
Broadway cinema in Hockley are hosting the JFT 2023 and promise 5 days of fantastic Japanese cinema. Over 5 days Broadway cinema is showing recent releases as well as classics. Check out listings and get your tickets here.
Rosalind Nashashibi: Hooks at Nottingham Contemporary – until 7th May
Over the next few months, the Nottingham Contemporary will host London-based artist Rosalind Nashashibi’s latest exhibition. Nashashibi was the National Gallery’s first artist-in-residence, developing a series of paintings in response to Velázquez, Ribera and Zurburán during her residency.
Let us know if you attend any of these events – maybe even write a review for us!
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Being a bilingual family (French mother and British father,) living in France I thought your article was extremely interesting . Have you research on bilingualism ? It seems that when the mother is British and the father French and they both live in France their children seem to be more bilingual than when the mother is French and the father is British . This is what we called mother tongue , isn't it ?
Such an interesting article!