AMPHITHEATRE, DH LAWRENCE PAVILION
The 150 seater amphitheatre is situated just outside the DH Lawrence Pavilion and is the perfect space to enjoy outdoor performances in the summer months.
DJANOGLY ART GALLERY
Nationally renowned for its exhibition programme which ranges from major historical shows to groundbreaking contemporary installations. The Craft Cabinets just outside the gallery are the perfect solution to present buying dilemmas!
DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL
One of the UK’s best compact concert halls, often used by BBC Radio 3 for recording and broadcasting. Its superb acoustics and informal ambience provide the ideal setting for a varied range of music from chamber recitals to cutting edge contemporary compositions.
Hosts a stunning programme of visiting contemporary drama, dance, jazz and world music, as well as literary events and foreign language film screenings. Lakeside’s first in-house production, Krapp’s Last Tape, starring Kenneth Alan Taylor received critical acclaim prior to embarking on a national tour. Djanogly Theatre is also home to the NOTT Dance and NOW festivals.
GREAT HALL, TRENT BUILDING
The Great Hall, in the magnificent Trent Building, stages performances by some of the University of Nottingham's popular music groups.
From time to time, Lakeside events take place outside of the usual venues.
PERFORMING ARTS WORKSHOP
A fantastic new space within the DH Lawrence Pavilion housing Lakeside Youth Theatre and a range of talks, workshops and other activities.
VISUAL ARTS WORKSHOP
A brand new space situated upstairs in the DH Lawrence Pavilion where an extensive range of workshops for all ages take place.
A perfect platform for the work of local and regional artists and also the venue for informal lunchtime talks, preview nights and special Lakeside events.
A public showcase for The University of Nottingham’s prized and unique manuscripts collections.
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