To celebrate Chinese New Year, table tennis players of all ages and ethnicities – beginners or advanced levels – are welcome to enter the tournament.
Weaving between family history, war poetry and other archival documents this performance-lecture event will explore the concept of ‘romantic friendships’ amongst the soldiers of the Great War.
Join Mark Rawlinson, curator of our Homage to the Bauhaus exhibition, for a private after-hours tour of the exhibition.
Meet Manuscripts and Special Collections Conservator Robert Pearce and enjoy a demonstration of how he carries out paper repairs.
Enjoy behind the scenes access to Elizabeth Kelly’s new opera Losing Her Voice.
Roger McGough, one of Britain’s best-lovedpoets, is the author of over seventy books of poetry and editor of numerous anthologies.
There are 40 million people enslaved today. Ending slavery by 2030 is now a global UN target. But how can we achieve this?
Join former Nottingham Playhouse Artistic Director Giles Croft as he puts our fantastically talented University of Nottingham students through their paces during a rehearsal of Dennis Kelly’s jet-black comedy DNA.
Enjoy a guided tour of the University of Nottingham Museum with Keeper Clare Pickersgill.
Following more than 8,000 visitors to Architects of Air’s Katena in October, we’re thrilled to welcome back our favourite Nottingham-based internationally renowned company to Wheee!
MishMash Productions returns to Nottingham after enchanting little ones last autumn with Smile, winning them the Best Family Welcome award at the 2018 Fantastic for Families Awards.
Our Grown-Ups Only Session allows them to enjoy these colourful and surprising structures in the sole presence of other adults.