Time for Tea and Civic Pride

PRESS RELEASE: Lace, Tea and Civic Pride event at award-winning, independent creative retailer, Debbie Bryan. ACT Cultures Crossing 9 set to stage in Nottingham’s Lace Market After stepping across the border to Long Eaton for April, ACT is back in Nottinghamshire with its second city centre offering with a dollop of civic pride.

Marysia Zipser has lined up a delicious platter of performers in the heart of the Lace Market hosted at Debbie Bryan Gallery Shop, Creative Space and Tea Room on Thursday 30th May at St Mary's Gate.

The newly elected, Rosemary Healy, Lord Mayor of Nottingham will be attending.

​Marysia Zipser, founder of Beeston based, Art Culture Tourism, said: “I am delighted to be able to bring our Cultures Crossing events back into the city centre for its second time this year.”

Doors open at 6.00pm, 1st performance starts at 7 pm, the last one finishes 8.30pm. Social networking at the beginning, middle and end. £5.00 on entry & sign in. ​Tickets and further information on Eventbrite.

This will be Art Culture Tourism’s 9th monthly Cultures Crossing cabaret revue-style evening. May’s event is on Thursday, not Wednesday this month.

Next and last event of the ACT program for 2019 Winter and Spring is “In conversation with… Ghost Bus creator Roberto Alborghetti” on June 5th.

ACT Cultures crossing events will return in the Autumn.

Future Cultures Crossing date for the diary:

  • June/July/August we're taking a break!

  • Wed 25th Sept - Buonissima Bar, Sandiacre

  • Tues 29th Oct - NTU Students Union Building, Nottingham city campus

  • Wed 27th Nov - Beeston White Lion Bar & Kitchen

  • December we're taking a break

Photos from previous events can be found and use attributing the photos to each photographer as watermarked.

ACT Cultures Crossing 9 - PDF Flyer Download File

ACTCC9 Press Release - Tea, Lace and Civic Pride