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Ivon Hitchens: Space Through Colour
Exhibitions

Ivon Hitchens: Space Through Colour

Saturday 02 November - Sunday 23 February
Djanogly Gallery

Ivon Hitchens is much loved for his landscapes with this exhibition considering the full scope of his career.

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Flight
Theatre & Dance

Flight

Saturday 15 February - Sunday 23 February
Next to DH Lawrence Pavilion

Flight takes place in a 40 foot shipping container in absolute darkness, using binaural 360 degree sound.

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Georgian Delights: Life During the Reign of George IV (1820-1830)
Manuscripts & Special Collections

Georgian Delights: Life During the Reign of George IV (1820-1830)

Friday 13 December - Sunday 29 March
Weston Gallery

This exhibition highlights the contrasts between the King George IV and his subjects.

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Igloo
Children & Families

Igloo

Sunday 23 February
Djanogly Theatre

Join us for this playful experience filled with warmth, sensation and gentle exploration.

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Peaks and Pots: The Life and Work of Felix Oswald
Museum

Peaks and Pots: The Life and Work of Felix Oswald

Tuesday 07 January - Sunday 29 March
University of Nottingham Museum

Learn about Dr Felix Oswald, whose work led to the creation of the University of Nottingham Museum.

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Two boys using marble run in workshop

FEBRUARY HALF TERM

Part of Festival of Science and Curiosity
Saturday 15 – Sunday 23 February


Join us for a week full of fun activities to explore the curiosities of science, history, storytelling and art.

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NottNoise: Midlands' New Music Showcase Loading...

NottNoise: Midlands' New Music Showcase

Thursday 07 May
Djanogly Recital Hall

A platform for Midlands’ composers and performers, alongside international talent.

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Under the Surface

Wednesday 13 May
Djanogly Theatre

Rambags’ voice rhymes, whispers and sings over the melodic lines of Stadhouders.

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Beethoven 250: Ji Liu

Thursday 14 May
Djanogly Recital Hall

Opening our Festival, the prodigiously talented pianist Ji Liu makes a welcome return to Nottingham.

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Beethoven 250: Alessandro Taverna

Thursday 14 May
Djanogly Recital Hall

Alessandro Taverna's ability to deliver any repertoire with a deft touch makes him a compelling recitalist.

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Convention of Unconventional Keyboard Instruments

Thursday 14 May
Djanogly Theatre

This quirky and entertaining concert features music by living composers.

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Beethoven 250: Cordelia Williams

Friday 15 May
Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

Rising star British pianist Cordelia Williams explores the development of Beethoven’s piano writing from his early period to his last published piano piece.

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Beethoven's Bereavement: Brilliance Afflicted with Hearing Loss

Friday 15 May
Level 4 Foyer, Royal Concert Hall

Yasmin Ali and Professor Deborah Hall discuss the impact of hearing loss on the perception of music.

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Beethoven 250: Martin Roscoe

Friday 15 May
Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

Prolific artist Martin Roscoe performs Beethoven’s famous sonatas, the “Appassionata” and the “Pathétique”, and two rarer gems from the end of the 18th Century.

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Beethoven 250: Ingrid Jacoby

Saturday 16 May
Djanogly Recital Hall

Jacoby is descended from Prince Louis Ferdinand to whom Beethoven dedicated his Third Piano Concerto.

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Building a Library: Beethoven's 'Waldstein' Sonata

Saturday 16 May
Performing Arts Studio

Dr Katy Hamilton leads this guide to the best available recordings of Beethoven’s ‘Waldstein’ Sonata.

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Beethoven 250: Katya Apekisheva

Saturday 16 May
Djanogly Recital Hall

Katya Apekisheva is described as a ‘profoundly gifted artist’ by Gramophone magazine.

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How to Play Beethoven: Piano Masterclass with Ingrid Jacoby

Saturday 16 May
Level 4 Foyer, Royal Concert Hall

Ingrid Jacoby observes two outstanding young pianists as they take on two Beethoven sonatas.



Audience enjoying the 2019 Wheee! Family Weekend

WHEEE! 2020

International Children's Theatre and Dance Festival
Saturday 23 – Sunday 31 May


A week of fantastic arts, theatre and crafts for children of all ages. Plus this year coincides with the Nottingham Puppet Festival!