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Things to do in Nottinghamshire this Weekend

You've made it to the weekend!! Here's a list of the top things to do in Nottinghamshire this weekend. 

If none of these special events take your fancy, why not pay a visit to one of our many local attractions - White Post Farm, the National Ice Centre, Sundown Adventureland and Sherwood Forest are just a few of the Things you can do in Nottinghamshire this weekend.

20th and 21st January 2018

Over 15s can enjoy a true Viking experience on Saturday at Nottingham Lakeside Arts, with their showing of the Icelandic/Swedish adventure film When the Raven Flies.

As Vikings pillage Ireland, a young boy's parents are murdered while he himself is spared. 20 years later, the boy returns to Iceland to take his revenge on the killers, the Norwegian foster brothers Thord and Eirik. Featuring English subtitles, the language of this atmospheric film is Icelandic, a language closely resembling its ancestor, Old Norse, which was spoken by the Vikings. The screening will begin with an introduction to the film by Roderick Dale, an archaeologist and expert in Scandinavian history.

Time:  2.30 pm and 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm
Cost:  £5 adults £3 under 18s and concessions

Call the Box Office on 0115 8467777 to book your tickets.

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