Outdoor Theatre Sherlock Holmes THE acclaimed Pantaloons Theatre Company present their interpretation of the iconic sleuth and his sidekick Dr Watson's most fiendish case yet at Nottingham Castle on Wednesday. It's aimed at the whole family and includes audience interaction. Pounds 14/Pounds 10 or Pounds 40 for a family ticket, 0115 989 5555, trch.co.uk.
Film David Bowie DAVID Bowie Is Happening Now, a film of the David Bowie Is exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, is to be screened at Broadway on Tuesday at 7pm. It features special guests offering an insight into the stories behind some of the 300 objects from the David Bowie Archive. Sold out.
Stage The Gilded Merkin AN evening of music, comedy, fire eating, stunts and burlesque dancing comes to the Glee Club on Sunday with the return of Scarlett Daggers' show, that includes guests Joe Black, Luna Rosa, Cherry Shakewell and others. The most extravagant variety show Nottingham has ever seen, it says here. Pounds 15, 0871 472 0400, glee.co.uk.
Music Rockin' The Park VETERAN rock bands Family, Asia and Caravan will be at Clumber Park next Friday to recall their glory days. Family are often described as an unjustly forgotten act from the late 60s, when Caravan were mixing psychedelic rock and jazz. Early 80s supergroup Asia had more success thanks to the line-up featuring former members of King Crimson, Roxy Music, Yes and ELP (although Steve Howe has now quit). Pounds 34.95, 0845 075 6101, ukeventsandproduction.com.
Something for the Weekend BILSTHORPE popera star Victoria Gray on singing at the FA Cup Final, performing for the Queen and why she's still a home girl at heart. Celeb interviews with David Walliams on his new sitcom and Kelly Hoppen talks about entering into the Dragons' Den.
Four-page fashion special on trends for autumn and winter, including wild leopard print and cobalt blue. Plus, foodie shopping ideas for Nottingham's Food and Drink Fortnight, luxury holidaying in Wales, G Plan furniture for your home, the latest gossip from Twitter, how to make your office a healthier place and much more - see tomorrow's Weekend magazine, free with the Nottingham Post.
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