Friday 06 September - Sunday 01 December
This exhibition explores surviving evidence of the textile trade.
Monday 09 September
Join the exhibition curator for a guided walk through of the exhibition and learn about the stories behind the items on display.
Wednesday 18 September
Join Nottingham raconteur Ezekial Bone and follow the threads of the human story woven into the fabric of the Lace Market, followed by an optional tram trip to Lakeside to visit the
Thursday 03 October
Staff from Nottingham City Museums and Galleries reveal the plans for the new lace gallery at Nottingham Castle which is expected to re-open in 2020 following a £29.4 million redevelopment.
Sunday 20 October
Visual Arts Studio
Artist Debbie Bryan will teach this Victorian photographic print process and help you create your own unique mini masterpiece based on historic Nottingham lace designs.
Tuesday 29 October
Julian Atkinson and Roger Tanner, authors of Luddism in the East Midlands: Riots and Negotiations (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Labour History Society: 2018), tell the true story of Luddism in Nottinghamshire.
Thursday 21 November
John Smedley Ltd. of Lea Mills, Derbyshire, one of the first companies to install fully fashioned knitting machinery, produces fine gauge knitwear using traditional hand finishing techniques alongside cutting-edge technology.
Friday 22 November
Did you or your family work in the East Midland’s textile industry between 1980 and 2005?
Friday 13 December - Sunday 29 March
This exhibition highlights the contrasts between the King George IV and his subjects.
Wednesday 18 December
Making music was a central activity in Georgian homes, contributing to an expansion of the music printing.
Christmas in late-18th century England was a time for the upper classes to give lavish balls.
Thursday 16 January
Beau Brummell rises from poverty to become the friend and adviser of George, Prince of Wales.
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