Running from Thursday 12 until Sunday 15 September, Heritage Open Day celebrates England’s fantastic architecture and culture by offering FREE admission to properties that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission.
Along with its wealth of stunning architecture, cultural venues and a music scene that puts many other UK cities to shame – you can tell that people who live here are hugely proud of their home and incredibly passionate about its success.
Broadway and Waterstones Nottingham present an evening with Irvine Welsh. The celebrated author will be talking about his life and work and signing copies of his new novel ‘Skagboys’ – the prequel to international bestseller ‘Trainspotting’.
Raise the Roof! is Framework’s first music, film & performance festival.They’re making a big noise about homelessness at venues in and around Nottingham throughout October 2011, as part of Framework’s 10th anniversary celebrations.