Lakeside Arts
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Tai Chi
Workshops

Tai Chi

Saturday 02 July - Saturday 30 July
Next to DH Lawrence Pavilion

Tai Chi introducing Qigong with Lan Lo

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The Gingerbread Man
Children & Families

The Gingerbread Man

Thursday 02 June - Sunday 05 June
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

He's back.. and he's still running! 

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One Act of Kindness
Children & Families

One Act of Kindness

Saturday 28 May 11.30am & 2pm
Performing Arts Studio

Join us for a family friendly Making session where we Reuse, recycle, and repurpose in a fun and exciting way!

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 A fluffy gingerbread man runs through a colourful street

 
 THE GINGERBREAD MAN

 Thursday 2 - Sunday 5 June.
 Come and join the bravest biscuit of all
 on his quest for survival.
 

What's on: From today

Editing DH Lawrence Loading...

Editing DH Lawrence

Thursday 03 February - Sunday 29 May
Weston Gallery

Drawing on a range of items including rare first editions, this exhibition traces the ways in which Lawrence's writing was amended and censored.

Ancient Iraq: New Discoveries Loading...

Ancient Iraq: New Discoveries

Saturday 26 March - Sunday 19 June
Djanogly Gallery

Celebrate the rich cultural legacy of Iraq, with this British Museum touring exhibition marking the first time that new Iraq field research will go on tour.

Community Reconciliation in Post-War Mosul's Old Town Loading...

Community Reconciliation in Post-War Mosul's Old Town

Saturday 26 March - Sunday 19 June
University of Nottingham Museum

Discover how the local community in Mosul’s Old Town use their memories and understanding of their heritage to reconstruct their historic town.  

Rachel Anne Grigor: Facing Landscapes Loading...

Rachel Anne Grigor: Facing Landscapes

Saturday 09 April - Sunday 19 June
Wallner Gallery

Discover Rachel Anne Grigor's work examining ‘landscape/cityscape’ and human existence.

Martine Hamilton Knight: Pevsner on Camera Loading...

Martine Hamilton Knight: Pevsner on Camera

Friday 15 April - Sunday 28 August
Djanogly Gallery

This exhibition presents a selection of Hamilton Knight's photographs and reveals the considerable challenges of documenting both historical and contemporary buildings.

Craig Fisher Loading...

Craig Fisher

Saturday 07 May - Sunday 26 June
Angear Visitor Centre

Craig Fisher's work employs a formal abstract language to explore ideas of pictorial disruption and spatial collapse, discover it for yourself...

The multicultural communities of Seleucid and Parthian Mesopotamia Loading...

The multicultural communities of Seleucid and Parthian Mesopotamia

Saturday 04 June
Djanogly Gallery

What can female figures dating to the time of the Seleucid and Parthian empires tell us about the beliefs?

Clash of Empires: Excavating a Parthian Outpost in the Mountains of Kurdistan Loading...

Clash of Empires: Excavating a Parthian Outpost in the Mountains of Kurdistan

Tuesday 07 June
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

Learn about the fieldwork conducted in the Darband-i Rania pass from Dr John MacGinnis.

Talk: Community Reconciliation in Post-War Mosul's Old Town Loading...

Talk: Community Reconciliation in Post-War Mosul's Old Town

Saturday 11 June
University of Nottingham Museum

Join Yousif Al-Daffaie, PhD Researcher at Nottingham Trent University for a talk about his research and film.

Crowns: an exhibition celebrating hair and head coverings Loading...

Crowns: an exhibition celebrating hair and head coverings

Tuesday 14 June - Friday 24 June
Pavilion Café

In this exhibit, student photographers seek to raise awareness of racial and religious discrimination, whilst celebrating the hair and head coverings of our Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority and diverse religious communities.

The establishment of Iraq's first maritime heritage museum Loading...

The establishment of Iraq's first maritime heritage museum

Wednesday 15 June
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

Find out more about the establishment of Iraq's first maritime heritage museum.

Last Orders: Stories of alcohol and abstinence in the East Midlands Loading...

Last Orders: Stories of alcohol and abstinence in the East Midlands

Thursday 16 June - Sunday 09 October
Weston Gallery

Last Orders examines the tensions that mark Britain’s changing relationship with drink.



 White bunny ears on a green background

 
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM

Saturday 25 - Sunday 26 June
 
Four fabulous performers, merry music
and much mayhem is promised as we bring
Shakespeare's classic tale to life...