What’s on This September in Derby and Nottingham

What's on This September in Derby and Nottingham

We run down all the must attend events in Nottingham and Derby throughout September period including art exhibitions, comedy shows and music gigs. Discover what’s on below: 

A Girl and A Gun at Nottingham Playhouse, 16th September

This is a show about girls and guns. It’s a show that asks two people to take to the stage and play out a film script in front of you. Who’s ready for some audience participation? This play wondered what the difference might be in watching something on the big screen, and experiencing something live on stage. With girls and guns as plot devices, and the
audiences that watch them, it’s time to challenge what Jean-Luc Godard said about films with girls and guns. “All you need to make a movie is a girl and a gun.” Expect gun-twirlin’, play-actin’ and Nancy- Sinatra- dancin’. For Tickets head to nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk 

Comedy Tour Show – Hal Cruttenden at The Glee (Nottingham) 22nd September

Straight Outta Cruttenden –Host of the Live At The Apollo, Hal Cruttenden is back with his rants about the ‘real evils’ of the
modern world. These real evils? Oversharing on social media and the 5:2 diet amongst other things. A night of comedy and laughter with Hal is not one to miss, so get your tickets while they’re still available. glee.co.uk

Derby Festé at Derby City Centre, 23 – 24th September

Parading through the city centre with giant fire-breathing dragons stalking down the streets has to be the best way to open the Derby Festé ever. Derby’s Night Market will soon become the Dragons Nest as they open up the 40
stalls that are set to feature locally produced arts, crafts, food and drink and vintage fayre. With free  entry and a fantastic atmosphere, what more could you ask for? That Saturday the streets will come to life with entertainment for the whole family from live music to circus performers, dance and acrobatics! For further information visit derbyfeste.com

Galleries Of Justice Nottingham Ghost Hunt at  Galleries of Justice Museum, 24th September

Having recently been voted as having the most poltergeist activity in the UK, The Galleries of Justice in Nottingham is a
must see place for lovers of the paranormal. Not a trip for those of the feint hearted, this ghost tour will take you through the court rooms that punished men, women and children for crimes that today would not be considered crime. Walk the halls that ghosts are said to wander after losing their lives to the hangman’s noose, and other terrible execution methods. The fear of ghosts is so engrained that the cleaning staff will only work in pairs and are not allowed to wonder alone. For further information and tickets visit galleriesofjustice.org.uk