Find theatre, classical & chamber music, world, folk & jazz gigs, live comedy, dance performances, children's shows, free talks and workshops, as well as our visual art exhibitions and museum programme below.
Making music was a central activity in Georgian homes, contributing to an expansion of the music printing and instrument building trades in the period.
Christmas in late-18th century England was a time for the upper classes to give lavish balls and parties at their country estates. Period wind ensemble Boxwood & Brass presents a taste of the elegant and diverting music that accompanied the festivities.
Discover the story of Dr Felix Oswald, the Nottinghamshire Probate Officer, geologist, archaeologist and Roman pottery specialist whose work led to the creation of the University of Nottingham Museum in 1933.
In this illustrated event, professional cartoonists Simon Chadwick, Tim Harries, and Richard Skipworth reveal how they started and how they continued in the business of drawing funny for money.
This selection of contemporary Chinese works is focused on small handmade works on paper created by leading Chinese artists working in the 21st century.
Beau Brummell rises from poverty to become the friend and adviser of George, Prince of Wales. When Brummell oversteps the mark with the Prince, he risks his position at court and his chance at finding happiness with the aristocratic Lady Belham.
Be inspired by Ivon Hitchen’s landscapes, spend time looking at patterns from nature, then transform your ideas and sketches into print.
Reynard the Fox is the infamous scoundrel who prides himself on being the trickster of the forest, and when the theft of the King’s Crown Jewels is announced, the animal kingdom immediately blames the fox!
Join the exhibition curator, Dr Richard Gaunt, for a guided walk through the Georgian Delights exhibition.
Helen, Alan, and Graham are told they are impaired and need fixing. As they begin to question the world, three powerful coming-of-age stories unfold, uniting in a struggle against ignorance and oppression.
George IV inherited the throne at a time of economic stress and popular political unrest, accompanied by a constitutional crisis over the status of his wife, Queen Caroline.
American-born violinist Tai Murray and pianist Silke Avenhaus, originally from Karlsruhe, Germany, transport us to Norway with Grieg’s second violin sonata composed in ‘the euphoria of my honeymoon’.