Lakeside Arts
Part of University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts
Students performing Lysistrata in the Djanogly Theatre

STUDENTS

In addition to our world-class performances and exhibitions, there are numerous ways that students can get more involved at Lakeside – from professional development opportunities to performing in the University Choirs and Philharmonia.

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Students booking tickets at Lakeside

£5 STUDENT TICKETS

Be inspired, entertained, and have a wonderful night out with friends – all for not much more than the cost of a drink on a night out.

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Creative Pathways interns at Creative Academy event

CREATIVE PATHWAYS

A new University of Nottingham initiative led by Lakeside Arts to support diversification and graduate retention in the creative industries sector.

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University Choir performing in Nottingham's Albert Hall

CHOIRS & PHILHARMONIA

Join University of Nottingham students, staff and alumni and perform exciting, varied and challenging repertoire in several concerts annually.

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Trainee working at a University Choir and Philharmonia concert

STUDENT TRAINEESHIPS

Lakeside Arts offers four student Arts Administration Traineeships attached to the administration and management of the University Philharmonia and University Choir.

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Student volunteering at a Family Saturday workshop

WORK & VOLUNTEER

There are lots of ways to gain new skills and experience at Lakeside Arts.

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Nottingham New Threatre students performing in Lakeside's Djanogly Theatre

FURTHER OPPORTUNITIES

Each year Lakeside offers students stimulating, nurturing and creative experiences through degree modules or as extra-curricular opportunities.

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Image of Lakeside DH Lawrence Pavilion from exterior. Large green field and blue sky with pink text box to right

REOPENING PLANS & PROGRAMME UPDATE

We are pleased to announce that as of Tuesday 15 September, Lakeside’s Pavilion Café and public toilets will reopen for the first time since March. Our other buildings and facilities remain closed for now.