Lakeside Arts
Part of University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts

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LAKESIDE ARTS LOCKDOWN ANNOUNCEMENT

Last updated at 1.35pm on 04/11/2020 

Following local government guidance in relation to Tier 3 restrictions for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, last Friday we regretfully closed the Djanogly Gallery, Weston Gallery and the University of Nottingham Museum for a four-week period until Friday 27 November inclusive. We also promised an announcement regarding our reopening plans for theatre and music performances.

Unfortunately, Saturday’s Government announcement means that our plans to deliver in-person performances have been postponed for at least another month. In addition, we will now not be reopening our galleries and museum until the end of national lockdown at the earliest.

As a result, our plans to welcome The Gramophones and George Egg to Lakeside later this month have had to be rescheduled. We are currently exploring digital options to deliver The Gramophones Another Planet and we expect to move George Egg’s performance into 2021. We will be in touch with all ticket bookers in due course. We are also exploring options for other digitally delivered events and we hope to announce further details soon.

Our Pavilion Café and externally accessed public toilets will remain open throughout the month, with the Café operating a takeaway-only service.

We apologise once again for this disappointing news and ask that you please bear with us. We look forward to a time when we can welcome you back to the entire Lakeside experience. Please stay safe and well.