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.
After their recent foray into the world of gypsy music with their classical-chart-topping Baroque Bohemians project, Red Priest returns to Lakeside.
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.
An account of the search for, and discovery of, Britain’s first Ice Age cave art at Creswell Crags (Nottinghamshire /Derbyshire) in 2003.
Culture and Heritage of the romantic Age, c. 1780-1840.
This Saturday morning session provides the opportunity to gain a greater insight into some of the Bauhaus exhibition artists and their works, particularly some lesser-known figures<
Create stencilled monoprints of abstract forms and overlapping colour in this workshop inspired by the Homage to the Bauhaus exhibition.
Adam is gone, presumed dead. He was last seen on the edge of a deep, disused shaft, with a group of teenagers throwing stones at him. They may be guilty, but they have no intention of getting caught.
The Allegri Quartet plays some of Professor Robert Pascall’s favourite works, in celebration of his life and love of music.
Enjoy a guided tour of the University of Nottingham Museum with Keeper Clare Pickersgill.
Award-winning choreographer Seeta Patel has reimagined the iconic Rite of Spring for an international cast of dancers.
Frigg returns to Nottingham having dazzled the audience on their Lakeside debut.
A lighthouse keeper lives alone on a desolate outcrop surrounded by stormy seas. Change is on the horizon but not in the form she expects.