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Take advantage of these fantastic Summer events in Nottingham
The Nottingham Beach 2019
Until Sunday 1 September
It’s back and better than ever before! Entertaining families for over ten years, Nottingham Beach returns to Old Market Square this
Summer. With sand, sea and a range of thrilling rides, traditional sideshows and great food and drink options. Enjoy a trip to the seaside without leaving the city!
Nottingham Pride
Saturday 27 July 2019 
Come along to Nottingham Pride 2019 and celebrate sexuality, gender identity and equality in Nottinghamshire. Details are still being finalised so listen out for more information on the parade, and other special events taking place throughout the day.
Riverside Festival
Friday 2 August - Sunday 4th August
The East Midlands’ biggest free festival returns to the banks of the Trent, celebrating summer as this hugely popular mid-summer festival returns. With the usual blend of live music, river-based activities, kids’ zone, massive funfair. There is also the Riverside highlight - the Saturday night fireworks.
Robin Hood Festival
Monday 5th - Sunday 11th August
The Robin Hood Festival returns for it 35th year in 2019 at Sherwood Forest. 
Organised by the RSPB, expect a fun filled week-long festival that has something for everyone! There will be lots to keep your children entertained throughout the day along with lots of wonderful nature to discover in the forest too. 
Enjoy seven days of live re-enactments, song, dance, storytelling, sword-fighting, archery and adventures with the outlaws. You might even meet the legend himself …
Exhibition Memory of Land
Thursday 1st August - 8th September 2019
Photographer and filmmaker Nirvair Singh Rai and visual artist Janhavi Sharma have embarked on a research project across the Punjab region of India and the holy city of Amritsar to create a new body of work. The installation, combining photography and digitally manipulated painting, seeks to remember the Jallianwalla Bagh massacre of 1919 which saw British Indian Army troops fire upon unarmed Indian civilians who were assembled for a peaceful protest and to honour the Sikh festival of Baisakhi.
Visit the exhibition at New Art Exchange, Nottingham.
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