It’s another repetitive Monday, the start to another week sitting at your desk wishing it was still the weekend. Worry no more, we’ve got you covered on all the latest events happening in Nottinghamshire this coming week.

The Wheel of Nottingham

The annual Nottingham wheel has made its debut return to The Old Market Square, perfect for children, families and couples wanting to take to the sky this month. The wheel offers a birds eye view of Nottingham city centre, giving you a view of many historic buildings such as the famous castle.

Opening times: Monday – Saturday: 10 am – 10 pm

Sundays: 10 am – 6 pm

Nottingham Light Night: 10 am – 11 pm

Nottingham Light Night

Every year Nottingham is taken over with artistic art, illuminating the city the art installations offer a mesmerising display of colour and vibrancy which lights up Nottingham’s well loved attractions for all to see. This year you can expect to see the Wheel of Nottingham, the Castle and the Arboretum shining throughout the night.

Friday 10 February, 6pm, free, Nottingham City Centre.

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Screening

The famous Robin Hood returns to the big screen this Sunday at The Maze for a fancy dress extravaganza. Decked out in medieval décor The Maze is hosting a BBQ, mead and fancy dress evening for every Robin Hood lover to enjoy.

Sunday 12 February, 6.30pm, free, The Maze.

Festival of Science and Curiosity

The Festival of Science and Curiosity is back with a big bang this week offering a fully-packed programme of fun events and activities aimed at all the family across the city. The week long festival is jam packed with engineering, maths, technology and all things science-y. The festival returns for the third year and is promising to be bigger, better and more encouraging for all people to learn and engage. This is the third year the Nottingham event has been run and is promising to be bigger and better, hoping to encourage people to express their curiosity and engage in learning.

Wednesday 8 February – Wednesday 15 February, free, Nottingham City Centre.