Saturday 11 DecemberDjanogly Recital Hall
Melding jazz, rock and folk elements, Under the Surface’s fully improvised, mesmerising concerts are an experience for both band and audience.
Sunday 05 DecemberDjanogly Theatre
Founder of Comedy Club 4 Kids James Campbell is a comedian, storyteller and children’s author coming to Lakeside with his hugely popular Funny Life comedy shows for children.
Saturday 04 DecemberDjanogly Theatre
An informal and engaging day of presentations and discussion connected to the Breaking the Mould exhibition.
Thursday 09 December - Thursday 30 December
Come and join the bravest biscuit of all on his quest for survival!
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.
Saturday 18 September - Sunday 09 January
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.
Thursday 23 September - Sunday 16 January
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.
Saturday 13 November - Sunday 09 January
Angear Visitor Centre
A showcase of sculpture by Manchester-based artist Lotti V Closs, with references ranging from classical architecture to science fiction props and from natural organisms to confectionery.
Saturday 11 December
Djanogly Recital Hall
Thursday 06 January
Dr David Gehring of the University of Nottingham will provide a setting for understanding religious exile during the early modern period.
Saturday 15 January - Sunday 20 February
Under the Shadows looks at contemporary Cambodia and those who live there.
Friday 21 January
Arts Lecture Theatre
An introduction to The Eye as Witness exhibition.
Saturday 22 January - Sunday 06 March
Angear Visitor Centre
The exhibition draws upon Griffiths' archive as source material to explore historical incidents and contemporary political ideologies.
Saturday 22 January - Sunday 13 March
The Eye as Witness is an immersive multimedia experience examining Holocaust photography, designed to make us question the motives behind the recording of historical events.
Working for the UN's Peacekeeping Operations, Nerris Markogiannis’ photography focusses on those affected by civil war in Sudan who have been forced to flee into UN refugee camps in the country.
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