Tomorrer (8th July) is the annual Nottingham Independents Festival, and seein’ as Nottingham has more independent businesses than anywhere else outside of London, then we reckon that’s a good enough bleddeh reason to celebrate, intit, duckeh?
Tomorrer (8th July) is the annual Nottingham Independents Festival, and seein’ as Nottingham has more independent businesses than anywhere else outside of London, then we reckon that’s a good enough bleddeh reason to celebrate, intit, duckeh? There is loads gooin on, throughout the citeh, but us Boggers want to highlight some of the things we’re involved in.
St James’s Street, where our little shop is situated, is playin’ host to a hive of activity, and will be well worth a visit throughout the day. Work your way up the street, and visit open studios at PopPress (open until 6pm), Live illustration,window murals and locally made gifts at Handmade Nottingham (open until 8pm), Outdoor DJ sets by Plates Records, and mek sure to pop dahn ter their record store, underneath the Maltcross. Speaking of the Maltcross, they’ve got Live music and a pop-up craft beer bar (open from 11am til late) We at Dukki, not only have our Ruth, doing live illustration throughout the day, but will also be hosting a city centre treasure hunt, with bleddeh briwyunt prizes, and medals for the winning team! Come and get your question sheets from our shop, and tek yer time doing it, as the prize is for the most correctly answered questions, not the quickest time! You can keep up to date with everything that goes on on St James’s Street, by following the Facebook page for the Street, here
Our Ian will be at the Street art Block Party, Sneinton Market, from 11am – 9pm, holding a stall of all of his amazing artwork, and you will also find live graffiti painting, music, art and more goin’ on dahn that end of the citeh! Mek sure you check aht the Street Art exhibition at the Surface Gallery when you’re dahn there! Check out Ian’s website here
If yer not too tatered after traipsing round the tahn, then keep an ey aht for the dinosaur sculptures that are dotted around the city centre, as part of the Dinosaurs of China Exhibition at Wollaton Hall. (also well worth a visit!)
More detailed events guide for the Nottingham Indedendents Festival can be downloaded here
That’s all for nah, folks! Get yersen inter tahn tomorrer, for a whole day of fun!