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5 Things to Do in Nottingham This Weekend

21 March 19 words: Emily Thursfield

Five ways to spend yer weekend...

Gentleman’s Dub Club

When? Friday 22 March, 7pm
Where? The Level
What? A nine-piece band formed in a Leeds basement in 2006, Gentleman’s Dub Club hit up the UK music scene with their 2013 track High Grade. As true connoisseurs of dub, reggae, jazz and everything in between, expect the boys to bring the slickest party vibes with their Lost in Space tour.
How much? £19.25
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Group Listening

When? Friday 22 March, 7.30pm
Where?
Metronome
What?
A new project from the creative minds of Stephen Black and Paul Jones, Group Listening sees the duo re-working a collection of ambient music from the likes of Brian Eno and Arthur Russell. Since playing Green Man fest last year, their EP sold out and gained top-notch reviews in Louder than War and others.
How much?
£10
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Young Producers Present: Friday Fuddle

When? Friday 22 March, 7pm
Where?
City Arts
What?
This alternative open mic night will see performances of all kinds, from storytelling and comedy, to poetry, dance and diary reading. Run by City Art’s Young Producers, a collective of creatives aged eighteen to thirty, Friday Fuddle encourages your lot to step out your comfort zone and try summat new.  
How much?
Free, RSVP encouraged
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The Harley Open

When? Until Sunday 24 March
Where? The Harley Gallery
What? The Harley Open art competition features works from artists working in a wide range of wall-based media, from keen amateurs to professionals. We love nothing more than supporting the work of local folk, and want to encourage your lot to do the same. Here until the end of the weekend, so gerron down.
How much? Free
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Re/Member/O/Ur/Live/Ness: Zine Making Workshop

When? Saturday 23 March, 11am
Where?
Nottingham Contemporary
What?
Rachel Parry of GuerillartLab wants creatives of all disciplines to join her for a session which will culminate in a physical LIVENESS Zine that will feature in the ‘Tempreh’s zine library. Whether you’re a stage, sound or visual performer, or a writer, photographer or poet, come along and have your say on how artists should preserve their existence.  
How much?
£10
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