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What's on: From 26/06/2021

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EULOGY

Tuesday 19 October - Sunday 31 October
Next to DH Lawrence Pavilion

EULOGY uses binaural sound and speech recognition technology to immerse each audience member into a dreamlike, labyrinthine hotel that is imagined in the darkness.

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The Gingerbread Man

Thursday 09 December - Thursday 30 December
Djanogly Theatre

Come and join the bravest biscuit of all on his quest for survival!

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Mat Collishaw

Tuesday 18 May - Sunday 05 September
Djanogly Gallery

Mat Collishaw reveals the power of imagery to attract and repel as well as to deceive us.

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Florence Nightingale Comes Home

Thursday 20 May - Sunday 05 September
Weston Gallery

This exhibition sheds a new light on the Lady with the Lamp.

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Behind the Scenes of the Museum

Thursday 20 May - Sunday 05 September
University of Nottingham Museum

The University of Nottingham Museum displays an introduction to 250,000 years of regional archaeology. 

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Look Up!

Saturday 26 June - Sunday 27 June
Oval Car Park (outdoors)

Playful and fearless, with a curiosity for birds and flying, Robyn reminds us all that we should dare to look up.

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The Tempest

Saturday 03 July
Highfields Park

This outdoor production of The Tempest invokes all of the mischief and mayhem Shakespeare's final play is renowned for.

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Outdoor Tai Chi workshops with Lan Lo

Saturday 10 July - Saturday 07 August
Highfields Park

Lan Lo leads four-weeks of Tai Chi workshops.

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Spotlight Tours: Introduction to the Museum in 10 Objects

Thursday 15 July
University of Nottingham Museum

Dr Clare Pickersgill introduces 10 objects that uncover 250,000 years of history.

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Captive

Saturday 17 July - Sunday 18 July
Oval Car Park (outdoors)

Inspired by Rainer Maria Rilke’s poem The Panther, this extraordinary outdoor show uses a thrilling blend of dance and acrobatics with a dynamic narrative exploring human relationships in captivity.

Spotlight Tours: Coin Portraits – The social media of the past Loading...

Spotlight Tours: Coin Portraits – The social media of the past

Sunday 25 July
University of Nottingham Museum

Dr Anja Thompson-Rohde explores what ancient coins were trying to say.

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In Conversation with Natalie Rudd, Senior Curator, Arts Council Collection

Tuesday 27 July
Live Streamed from Lakeside Arts

Breaking the Mould is the first extensive survey of post-war British sculpture by women in a public institution. Neil Walker interviews Senior Curator Natalie Rudd.



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