Spring Half Term
Children and Families
Saturday 16 - Sunday 24 February

Spring Half Term

Bauhaus
Exhibitions
Saturday 2 March - Sunday 2 June

Homage to the Bauhaus: The Kirkland Collection

Sylva
Exhibitions
Friday 14 December - Sunday 7 April

Sylva

News

April-August Season Now On Sale!

See what's on later this year and book your tickets online, by calling 0115 846 7777 or by visiting the Box Office.

Museum Exhibition extended

We are pleased to inform our visitors that the exhibition currently in the University of Nottingham Museum has been extended until Sunday 3 March. The exhibtion was due to end on Sunday 28 January, but visitors now have more than a month in addition to see Nottinghamshire Unearthed.

Lustre 2019 application period now open

We invite you to apply to take part in Lustre 2019 and welcome applications from makers working in all forms and materials including metal, jewellery, ceramics, glass, wood and textiles. Find out more here.

Spring Half Term

Have you seen the theatre and activites we have taking place for Spring Half Term? Get all the details on our dedicated webpage. Please remember that parking can be difficult during half term, due to the volume of visitors we receive. Find out more here.

If All The World Were Paper

Big Window Theatre

Written by Mike Kenny

Satuday 16 & Sunday 17 February
Ages 3-6

Frank and George are best friends who are also painter and decorators, but they don't always see eye to eye. Frank likes things ‘just so.’ George tends to be a bit more ‘that’ll do.’

If everyone were just the same
And you were just like me
And did the things I asked you to
How much nicer things would be
.

This charming new play about friendship and falling out promises to be hilarious and poignant and just as appealing to adults as to their little ones.