Nottingham’s city-wide arts festival is back with an exciting programme of theatre, dance, literature, film, music and exhibitions. 17 May - 12 June 2016
Lakeside's International Children's Theatre and Dance Festival is back!
From the company that brought you the critically acclaimed Red Riding Hood and
Come and share moments of familiarity, trust and mischief and find ‘what is physically possible’ for bodies of all shapes and sizes.
Toddler’s Room is a beautiful mini-dance theatre from Norway created by choreographer Siri Dybwik to appeal to our youngest audiences.
Multi-award winning international company Aracaladanza returns to the UK to delight audiences with their new dance theatre production for families, Vuelos.
Grab a pen and kick off your shoes for this fun, playful interactive show that will get the whole family drawing and dancing, doodling and storytelling together.
Constellations explores the ideas of fate, free will and love whilst questioning our preconceptions of how our romantic lives can play out.
Michael Davis is passionate about enabling everyone to make music, and through a new research project he aims to design and create a sculptural chimes experience.
National Youth Dance Company (NYDC) performs for the first time at Nottingham Lakeside Arts with a new work by the critically acclaimed Sadler’s Wells
On Reflection will be Lake Enders' new s how, taking inspiration from each other and Lakeside's performance and exhibitions programme.
A new play that unravels the story of a wayward, fragile and misunderstood boy who lives in his wits and untamed imagination.