A concert of a cappella choral music with the University Choir and Chamber Choir performing music that spans 300 years from Bach to contemporary Estonian composers.
Join this extraordinary celebration of Nottinghamshire's youth dance talent, where a range of young dancers and choreographers will showcase pieces that they have been creating over several months.
Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham performed to a capacity Lakeside audience last year and we are thrilled to welcome them back this Spring.
Nicholas Alfrey, co-curator of the exhibition, chairs a discussion with four of the participating artists: Simon Faithfull, Tim Knowles, Mariele Neudecker and Rebecca Partridge.
A gritty streetwise adaptation of Briar Rose, set in a kingdom devastated by unemployment and famine where few survive alone and gangs are the norm.
This exhibition explores affinities with Romanticism in contemporary art practice, and the continuing fascination of the Landscape Sublime.
This intensive session will provide an insight into how Colette Garrigan, Director of the French Puppet company Akselere, approaches her work, and how she combines object and shadow theatre to enhance narrative.
Inspired by Chagall’s drawing titled Grandfather’s House, and a tall clock built by her own Grandfather, this is Colette Garrigan’s gentle and magical interpretation of childhood visits to her own grandfather’s house with a nod to the circus along the way.
Invited speakers reflect on why landscape is still a compelling subject for contemporary art.
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.
Join artist Alison Lloyd for a day of exploratory walking using OS maps of Nottingham.
Lake Enders is Lakeside’s theatre arts company for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities. There are invited public sharings at the end of each term.