Nationally and internationally significant Anglo-Saxon and Viking artefacts from the British Museum and Yorkshire Museum Trust along with current research are brought together in this exhibition to provide a new interpretation and a fresh perspective on how Vikings transformed and shaped every as
See the new outsize ink, watercolour and gouache paintings that comprise the short graphic novel Thinking Room by Carol Adlam, available for purchase from the Gallery Shop.
Invade…immigrate…integrate… inspire. ‘Danelaw Saga’ tells the tale of how the Vikings shaped the East Midlands.
Immerse yourselves in the drama of Viking tales with storyteller Paul Goldsmith as he conjures up vivid images from Norse myths and legends.
Come with us on a richly imaginative journey led by two dancers where we’ll encounter bamboo forests, fireworks, kites and monsters, experience Chinese traditions and stories.
Get in your longship and join children's author Robin Price for a fun voyage through all things Viking.
Write your own Viking saga and share it with the hall in an interactive story writing workshop which follows the show.
Billie Ireland's recent experience of pregnancy and birth finds expression through the ritualistic symbolism of disparate cultures.
Whatever your age or ability come along to AIM as an Art Investigator to visit exhibitions and enjoy arts and crafts activities led by University of Nottingham students.
Join Tanya Bentham of Threads of Time as she shows you how to make your own piece of beautiful Viking embroidery using traditional methods and techniques.
Sourpuss is a very grumpy, ginger cat. When shut out of the house he feels lost and
confused, but the beautiful garden soon intrigues him.
Following Sourpuss there’s a chance to make a shadow puppet of your own to take away.