Have a look at our Scaling the Sublime exhibition to see how contemporary artists interpret landscape, and then enjoy a hands-on geology session. Suitable for all.
Join us for creative Saturday afternoons at the Djanogly Gallery. 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.
Crawl, walk, run, dance, sing, build, explore and discover through these fun creative play sessions: a safe space for your toddler to make sense of the world around them.
Keepy Uppy is a play for the 2018 World Cup year, for football fans, non-football fans, children and families.
To celebrate the arrival of series 3 of CBBC’s critically acclaimed football drama, Jamie Johnson, this unique exhibition invites you to put the places to the faces.
A charming and beautifully quirky dance theatre adaptation of this favourite Hans Christian Andersen story by the brilliant Norwegian company Dybwikdans.
Architects of Air have toured to more than 40 countries across five continents with their extraordinary structures which astonish and delight audiences of all ages.
A rare opportunity to watch the original pilot episode of this Emmy, Bafta and RTS nominated series – 15 minutes of exclusive material previously unseen by public audiences.
Make a fantastic peg puppet with fabric scraps and other household bits and pieces, and then devise your own fairy tales to act out.
Artists are often inspired by expeditions, investigative walks, or even Grand Tours. In these workshops with artist Gina Mollett, participants will be venturing out into the landscape of Highfields Park and University Park Campus to collect ideas and make observations.
Andy Cannon retells Shakespeare’s Macbeth, taking audiences on a thousand-year journey from fact to fiction and back again. Suitable for ages 8+
A playful and quirky new show for young children about friendship and play, and the importance of treasuring little things.