Are you looking for things to do this weekend? If you are looking for fun date ideas, to try something new in 2022 or to simply Feel Good this January, our top picks can help you relax and explore Nottingham and Nottinghamshire this weekend.

Our top events this weekend will have you celebrating Burns Night, enjoying some live music, tucking into your roast with a twist and much more! Please note that these events and venues may be operating with specific COVID-19 guidelines and requirements, and it’s always best to Know Before You Go.

Don’t forget - if you are out having a great time in the city or out in the county, you can use #LoveNotts to share the love, or tag us using @visitnotts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

There are many more things to do and explore on our full What’s On calendar such as virtual exhibitions and tours as well as outdoor activities. Have a browse today and find the perfect activity or experience to enjoy this weekend.

Celebrate Burns Night in Nottinghamshire

Burns Supper

Friday 21 January 2022 | Launay's Restaurant | 7pm | Price: £38 (£10pp deposit)

Enjoy your Burns night celebration at Launay's Restaurant this Friday! Set within a lovely 16th Century cottage, this event will include 4 courses, 4 drams, and a Scottish Piper. All of the food is freshly cooked using local suppliers as well as own grown vegetables, herbs and salad. Pastry, ice-cream and pasta are also made on the premises. It promises to be an evening of fantastic Scottish food and a warm lively atmosphere.

For more info, click here.

Classical music in Nottinghamshire

Stephen Hough

Saturday 22 January 2022 | Lakeside Arts | 7.30pm | Price: £24

Lakeside Arts are thrilled to welcome back Stephen Hough to perform a recital I begin the recital that includes music by the English composer, Alan Rawsthorne. The Financial Times talk highly of Hough, saying ‘everything about [the performance] feels fresh-minted. Taking Chopin’s markings as his guide, Hough is swifter than almost anybody else, allowing the melodies to sing fluently’. Book your tickets today and enjoy an evening on classical music this January.

For more info, click here.

Sunday dinner with live Jazz

Sunday Dinner with Live Jazz

Sunday 23 January  2022 | Malt Cross |1pm & 3pm

A Sunday is not complete without a roast dinner with all the trimmings! And why not shake things up by enjoying your roast potatoes accompanied by live jazz from Martyn Spencer? Book your place today for one of Nottingham's finest Sunday lunches and end the weekend in style, as the Malt Cross kitchen team serve up a veritable feast with seasonal accompaniments followed by a selection of proper puddings. Vegetarian and vegan options are available, and booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.

For more info, click here.


Karol Radziszewski: QAI/GB-NGM

Friday 21 January - Saturday 12 March 2022 | Bonington Gallery | Various times | FREE

Join Bonington Gallery for their first exhibition of 2022, as they welcome Polish artist Karol Radziszewski. This show presents archival materials from Karol's Queer Archives Institute (QAI), which focusses on Central and Eastern European queer history and culture. This exhibition will also feature materials related to Nottingham's own queer history and culture. Alongside archival materials, the show will also feature artworks and ongoing bodies of work by Radziszewski.

For more info, click here.

Craft workshop with Debbie Bryan

Clasp Purse Making

Saturday 22 January 2022 | Ruddington Village Gallery | 9.30am-12.00pm | Price: £38

Explore your creative side at a craft workshop, complete with chilled Buck's Fizz on arrival! Join this class by award-winning designer Debbie Bryan and use beautifully designed printed fabrics to create your own clasp purse! Using hand-embroidery techniques to embellish your chosen fabric, this will be your new favourite accessory. Tea, coffee and Welbeck Bakery breakfast pastries with fresh fruit are also available on site.

For more info, click here.

This blog was written by Katherine Taylor, Marketing Executive at Visit Nottinghamshire


Burns Supper
Food & Drink
Burns Night

Join in Launay's Restaurant Burns night celebration on Friday 21st January! This event will include 4 courses, 4 drams, Scottish Piper for just £38. It promises to be an evening of fantastic Scottish food and a warm lively atmosphere.

Stephen Hough
Stephen Hough

Lakeside Arts are thrilled to welcome back Stephen Hough to perform a recital that includes music by the English composer, Alan Rawsthorne.

Karol Radziszewski: QAI/GB-NGM
Karol Radziszewski: QAI/GB-NGM

Join Bonington Gallery for their first exhibition of 2022, as they welcome Polish artist Karol Radziszewski with archival materials focussing on Central and Eastern European queer history and culture.

Clasp Purse Making
Clasp Purse Making

Try a new skill or make time for one you already LOVE!

Launay's Restaurant and Bar
Launays | Visit Nottinghamshire

A lovely 16th Century cottage with a fabulous Orangery, Launay's restaurant and bar in Edwinstowe offers excellent food, friendly service and a warm atmosphere.

Lakeside Arts
Arts Centre
Lakeside Arts

Nottingham Lakeside Arts is The University of Nottingham's unique public arts centre and museum presenting an eclectic programme of music, dance, theatre, visual art, special collections and family events all year round.

Malt Cross
Malt Cross | Nottingham

Malt Cross is an Grade-2 listed Victorian Music Hall set at the heart of Nottingham city centre, just off Old Market Square.

Debbie Bryan

Number one for shopping in Nottingham, Debbie Bryan are an award winning, independent creative gallery based in the Lace Market in Nottingham and in Ruddington. With an in-house design studio, creative space and award winning Tea Room - they are a haven of gift giving, eating, drinking and things to do.



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