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Kathryn Tickell & the Darkening
Music

Kathryn Tickell & the Darkening

Wednesday 06 October
Djanogly Theatre

This band’s music blazes fiercely, invoking the dark, powerful, sounds of Ancient Northumbria and broadcasting them to the modern world.

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About China: Telling Stories through Music and Sound
Children & Families

About China: Telling Stories through Music and Sound

Saturday 25 September
Djanogly Theatre

Musician and Storyteller Ling Peng will introduce participants to different Chinese musical instruments.

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Spotlight Tour: Money, Money, Money: The historic coins in the Museum
Museum

Spotlight Tour: Money, Money, Money: The historic coins in the Museum

Saturday 02 October
University of Nottingham Museum

Join Museum Numismatist, Dr Anja Thompson-Rohde, for a brief history of Britain, as revealed by the historic coins on display! 

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EULOGY

Wednesday 22 September – Sunday 31 October
Welcome to DARKFIELD. We hope you enjoy your stay.

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EULOGY

Wednesday 22 September - 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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Jack Pickerill

Saturday 11 September - Sunday 31 October
Wallner Gallery

This body of work by NTU graduate Jack Pickerill explores a narrative of everyday moments and the meditative nature of photography.

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Cultures of Cloth in the Medieval East Midlands

Thursday 16 September - Sunday 20 February
University of Nottingham Museum

Textiles were the most important manufactured product in the medieval world and this exhibition looks at the archaeology of medieval cloth production and consumption.

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Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945

Saturday 18 September - Sunday 09 January
Djanogly Gallery

As the first major survey of post-war British sculpture by women, this exhibition spans more than seventy years and explores the work of fifty sculptors.

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Criss-Cross: Louisa Chambers

Saturday 18 September - Sunday 31 October
Angear Visitor Centre

This exhibition brings together a recent body of work by Nottingham-based painter Louisa Chambers, taking inspiration from Latin-American and European abstract art.

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Beyond the Mayflower

Thursday 23 September - Sunday 16 January
Weston Gallery

Beyond the Mayflower explores how we can understand the individuals aboard the Mayflower ship by tracing the history of religious dissent, power and faith in Nottinghamshire from the seventeenth century.

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About China: Telling Stories through Music and Sound

Saturday 25 September
Djanogly Theatre

Musician and Storyteller Ling Peng will introduce participants to different Chinese musical instruments.

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Mayflower 400 and Pilgrim Roots: Challenging the Myth

Wednesday 29 September
Djanogly Theatre

This talk by Dr Anna Scott will explore the Mayflower Pilgrims' history, heritage and legacy and the ways in which the story has been mythologised, revised, and commemorated.

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Spotlight Tour: Money, Money, Money: The historic coins in the Museum

Saturday 02 October
University of Nottingham Museum

Join Museum Numismatist, Dr Anja Thompson-Rohde, for a brief history of Britain, as revealed by the historic coins on display! 

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About China: Traditional Dragon and Lion Dance

Saturday 02 October
Djanogly Theatre

If your children have ever enjoyed a dragon or lion dance at Chinese New Year, then this is the workshop where they can learn to do it themselves!

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Kathryn Tickell & the Darkening

Wednesday 06 October
Djanogly Theatre

This band’s music blazes fiercely, invoking the dark, powerful, sounds of Ancient Northumbria and broadcasting them to the modern world.



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BREAKING THE MOULD

Sculpture by Women Since 1945
Saturday 18 September – Sunday 9 January
In this Arts Council Collection Touring exhibition, find the first major survey of post-war British sculpture by women.