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Here is a round-up of the 2013 festival which took place from Friday 6th - Saturday 21st September 2013.
In 1913 D.H. Lawrence wrote Sons and Lovers, a novel which today is still considered to be one of the top 100 books of all time. In its Centenary year the 10th annual D.H. Lawrence Festival will pay homage to Lawrence’s novel, along with a varied programme of events to celebrate one of Nottinghamshire’s greatest treasures.
Set in and around Lawrence’s birthplace of Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, the 2013 Festival will include lectures; guided walks; film screenings; specialist museum tours; National Heritage Open Days; reading groups; exhibitions, drama and music. Join us to discover more about the life and works of this extraordinary writer - one of the most controversial novelists of the 20th century.
Madhatters was born on Valentines Day February 14th 2012 on Main Street in Kimberley after many...2.67 miles away
Welcome to Mr Man's restaurant
Mr. Man's Restaurant probably the largest Chinese and Malaysian...6.3 miles away
Bramleys Brasserie, located in the De Vere Venues Orchard Hotel at the University of Nottingham...7.22 miles away
Introducing Sherwood's very own French-inspired bistro and wine shop.
Whether you're wanting...7.33 miles away
Doctor’s Orders is Nottingham’s first micropub - a very small pub (just one room with seats for 24)...7.36 miles away
The Organ Grinder, which is on Alfreton Road just outside Nottingham city centre, is one of the...7.57 miles away
The traditional and intimate Falcon Inn on Canning Circus offers a range of cask ales from the...7.57 miles away
The Warsaw Diner likes to be a bit different. Magnificent hash browns are served instead of chips...7.66 miles away
The definition of ‘Nottingham the City of Caves’ the Hand & Heart is a traditional English Pub...7.71 miles away
The Hawsley, a popular freehouse on Derby Road, is well-known for its selection of real ales and...7.71 miles away
Belle & Jerome is an independently owned continental style coffee house & bistro situated at the...7.75 miles away
The MPW Steakhouse Bar & Grill Nottingham restaurant offers a fabulous ultra-modern dining...7.89 miles away
Sinatra’s is a stylish bar and restaurant which has recently reopened under new management....7.9 miles away
Winners of the Nottingham Post Best Indian Restaurant 2013 Overall City and County Award, Best...7.91 miles away
Las Iguanas is a bright Latin American restaurant bar famous for its sassy, south-of-the-border...7.92 miles away
Hart’s is a busy 80 seater restaurant which has for some eleven years claimed the title of...7.94 miles away