Come and enjoy a true Viking experience and lose yourself in this Icelandic-Swedish adventure film.
A unique Gallery Tour of Viking: Rediscover the Legend, undertaken by postgraduate students at the University of Nottingham.
A limited number of restricted view tickets remain. Please call the box office to book these tickets on 0115 846 7777 (not available for purchase online).
Ahead of their Celtic Connections appearance, the brilliant Irish band Lúnasa makes a welcome return to Lake
Professor Lesley Abrams of the University of Oxford will discuss the religious identity of Viking armies and Scandinavian settlers after their defeat by Alfred the Great.
The Quartet returns to Lakeside with a programme that includes Szymanowski’s second string quartet composed in 1927 at the height of the composer’s creative development following the composition of his opera King Roger.
Set against the spectacular landscape of the Three Gorges region, Jia Zhangke's humane and moving Golden-Lion winner tells two contemplative and compassionate stories of a man and a woman searching for absent spouses in Fengjie.
The panel will consider the current state of documentary in China as well as the challenges and opportunities facing the country's young filmmakers today.
Featuring both young and seasoned lights of the London jazz scene, this band is the first new venture for Jasper's own music since his formation of Phronesis in 2005.
Join York Museums Trust Curator of Archaeology, Natalie Buy, to hear about national touring exhibition ‘Viking: Rediscover the Legend’
Join celebrated Mystery Entertainers Todd Landman and Paul Forster for an evening of magic that will scare you.
Following hugely successful Edinburgh runs and a sell-out UK tour, award-winning comedian George Egg (the ‘Anarchist Cook’) returns with a brand new show demonstrating more live cooking and laugh-out-loud comedy.
Enjoy demonstrations of the crafts associated with Viking trade and high status ornaments.