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Including cult leaders and ’80s nostalgia, here’s what’s happening in Notts this week

Heathers (1989)
When: Monday twenty March, 8:30 p.m.
Where: Savoy Cinema
How much does it cost: £6.95
Immerse yourself in the nostalgic cinematics of the 80s of this ‘anti-teen subversive film’. heathers It takes the typical high school mean girl story to a new level and combines the hell of clique domination with murderous intent. Sounds intriguing, right? So, join Veronica Sawyer, JD, Heather Chandler, Heather McNamara, and Heather Duke on their insanely psychotic high school journey.

St. Martin’s Academy in the Fields Chamber Ensemble
When: tuesday 21 March, 19:00
Where: University Hall, Shakespeare Street, Nottingham, NG1 4FQ
How much: £5-£25 (various discounts available)
Join three romantic composers Brahms, Bach and Borodin for an evening of beautiful string performances. The Academia de San Martín will ‘transform into a series of sextets’ to bless your ears with their unique pieces of live music.

Collage and Cocktails
When: Wednesday22 March, 19:00
Where: the carousel
How much does it cost: £3
“Have a drill or a cocktail and get dirty.” If you are more of a hands-on person and producing art is your thing, then this is definitely the event for you. At a much lower cost of £3 and access to a range of equipment, this is a fantastic way to tap into your creativity and collage, socialize and have some lovely homemade drinks!

Winnie the Pooh: blood and honey
When: Thursday 23 March, 8 p.m.
Where: broadway
How much does it cost: £5
This cynical horror explores the infamous story of a cuddly and comforting yellow teddy bear, Winnie the Pooh, and his companion most of us know so well. However, this film presents an alternative to the children’s story that addresses the question “What if beloved childhood icons Winnie the Pooh and Piglet grew up wild and bloodthirsty?” This is a question that I know has never crossed my mind! Join the Nottingham Horror Collective for this once-in-a-lifetime screening and the chance to see Rhys Waterfield’s “horrible, horrible idea” on the big screen.

My Father’s Sin, with Lily Dunn
Sunday 26 March, 4:30 p.m.
Where: five sheets bookcase
How much does it cost: £6,
Finally, if you want to immerse yourself in non-fiction, I urge you to visit Five Leaves Bookstore to listen to Lily Dunn and hear Lily’s story of her cult connections. “A daughter, a cult, a wild meltdown,” Lily had a very interesting upbringing because hers “father left the family home to follow his guru to India”, but it was not as simple as that… Lily will also be joined by Patrick Limb from Nottingham City of Literature! So if hearing the intriguing mystery of Lily’s father live isn’t enough, might you be tempted by afternoon tea and cake?


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