Lakeside Arts
Part of University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts
Lakeside Arts long exposure photo at dusk

Venue Hire

Lakeside Arts is situated in the beautiful surroundings of Highfields Park at the University of Nottingham, and offers a unique setting and professional facilities in which to hold your public or private event.

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Please note: due to on-going restrictions because of COVID-19, we are currently unable to accept bookings for venue hire.
Thank you for your understanding and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Audience applauding at event at Lakeside

MEETINGS & CONFERENCES

We have a variety of modern, accessible facilities and a range of spaces with views across Highfields Park for your guests to enjoy. 

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Lakeside Pavilion in summer

CELEBRATIONS & EVENTS

Business, pleasure or a bit of both? We have the perfect venue for you, whether it's an awards ceremony, a corporate event or a gala dinner.

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Jungle Book in Lakeside's Djanogly Theatre

ARTISTIC & REHEARSAL HIRE

From our fully equipped black box studio to our 200-seat Djanogly Theatre, we have spaces to accommodate the varying needs of artists and companies.

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Audiences in the Djanogly Gallery

SPACES FOR HIRE

From smaller meeting rooms or breakout spaces and larger auditoria, you’ll be sure to find the right space for you.

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Catering at Lakeside Arts

EVENT CATERING

Our on-site catering teams have a passion for quality food and creative presentation. They guarantee to deliver a first class service to impress your guests or colleagues.

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TECHNICAL SUPPORT

We can offer a range of technical packages to suit all needs and budgets. We have a vast wealth of knowledge and skills across a wide range events.

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NottNOISE

Sunday 29 November

A one-day epic features new works by over 30 composers from the Midlands and beyond, with a hugely varied programme that will journey from works for toy piano to contrabass clarinet, and Celtic carynx to string quartet, accompanied by a series of artist interviews.