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Russell Wilson: Birds and Beasts Loading...

Russell Wilson: Birds and Beasts

Saturday 12 November - Sunday 29 January
Gallery Café

Russell Wilson makes exquisite bird sculptures using the technique of needle felting, a process that turns wool fibres into three-dimensional form.

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Barbara Laws: Nottingham Portraits

Saturday 12 November - Sunday 19 February
Angear Visitor Centre

Returning to Nottingham Laws continues to document the life around her including these warm and sharply observed portraits of the characters she encountered.  

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The Funny World Of...

Sunday 13 November
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

Fun for anyone who likes comedy without the rude words, it's time to watch James Campbell’s one-man comedy show.

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We're Going on a Bear Hunt

Thursday 17 November - Sunday 20 November
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

We’re going on a bear hunt. We’re going to catch a big one... We’re not scared. Michael Rosen’s thrilling and funny adventure comes to life in this entrancing puppetry production.

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El Gran Teatro Del Mundo

Thursday 17 November
Djanogly Recital Hall

A concert of Vivaldi, Telemann, Dasch and Pla by an ensamble specializing in 17th & 18th century music.

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University Chamber Choir: Spanish Gold

Friday 18 November
Djanogly Recital Hall

A concert of a cappella music by Spanish and South American classical composers including works by Francisco Guerrero and Alonso Lobo.

Sophie Ryder: Sculpture, Drawings, Prints Loading...

Sophie Ryder: Sculpture, Drawings, Prints

Saturday 19 November - Sunday 26 February
Djanogly Gallery

British artist, Sophie Ryder, is renowned for her large-scale open-air sculptures of animals and mystical hybrid creatures.

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Skerryvore

Tuesday 22 November
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

This brilliant band creates a fantastic atmosphere for all ages, delivering high energy music with the feel-good sound of folk rock.

Lunchtime Talk: LEARNING THROUGH ADVERSITY: EDUCATING ADULTS IN POST-PANDEMIC WORLDS Loading...

Lunchtime Talk: LEARNING THROUGH ADVERSITY: EDUCATING ADULTS IN POST-PANDEMIC WORLDS

Thursday 24 November
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

Professor Sarah Speight discusses education affected by crisis between 1922 and 2022, in the aftermath of world wars, global pandemics and environmental change.

Talk: MAKING AND MEANING: GLIMPSES OF SOPHIE RYDER’S ARTISTIC ODYSSEY Loading...

Talk: MAKING AND MEANING: GLIMPSES OF SOPHIE RYDER’S ARTISTIC ODYSSEY

Friday 25 November
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

In this lecture Jon Benington considers the development of the artist’s sculptural practice from the 1990s and her expanding range of media from wire.

University Choir and Philharmonia with Amatis Piano Trio Loading...

University Choir and Philharmonia with Amatis Piano Trio

Saturday 26 November
Albert Hall, Nottingham

With a programme of Beethoven, Kodály and Borodin, join the University Choir & Philharmonia accompanied by the Amatis Trio for a an exhilarating concert. 

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Tin Man

Sunday 27 November
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

Take your children to this magical retelling of a classic story, staged with enchanting storytelling, bold choreography, stunning costumes and lighting


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