Enjoyed the Luminarium? Join us for this accompanying activity following your visit.
Val Wood of the Nottingham Women’s History Group considers the impact of the franchise for the women of Nottingham in terms of women’s political representation and suffrage activism in the city from 1918 to 1928.
Since its success at the ARD International Competition in 2012 at which the Armida Quartet took First Prize, the Audience Prize and six other special awards, the career of this Berlin string quartet has developed sensationally.
Do you paint for pleasure? Join us and use Highfields Park as inspiration to create a piece of art.
The first University concert of the academic year features Copland’s lyrical concerto commissioned by jazz clarinettist Benny Goodman in 1947 performed by third-year Music student Matthew Walker.
Join us at Lakeside to explore the happy theme of play. In this drawing workshop you will be invited to let loose, take risks with pencils and enjoy happy visual accidents. Remember, playful adults are just as welcome as children at this event!
This stunning, non-verbal, visual adventure uses puppetry, movement, trapeze, and live music to tell the traditional tale of four animals put to pasture: a donkey; a cat; a cockerel and a dog.
Join Mark Curwood, a fantastic storyteller, who needs your help to unravel a remarkable adventure story.
Nye Bevan's beautiful baby is 70 this year, but will she make a ton? A decade of austerity with a Brexit cherry on top has brought her to her knees.
Create your own small model of a mammoth from the Ice Age. Take a look at the piece of mammoth tooth on display in our Museum and imagine meeting the entire animal.
Wind your way along the ferocious footpath, deep into the whispering woods… Do you dare to enter the witch’s lair?
What do shoeboxes, a diamond ring, and Kentucky Fried Chicken have in common? For one survivor of slavery, they are all reminders of her enslavement.