What’s on

135 events
  • A Tiger’s Tale Loading...
    Children & Families

    A Tiger’s Tale

    Sunday 04 February

    From a circus train in South Africa, to a steamboat on the Atlantic Ocean and onward to West Yorkshire, a ramshackle travelling troupe tell us the unbelievable true story of a family of acrobats and their adopted tiger cub.

  • Joss Arnott Dance: Triple Bill Loading...
    Theatre

    Joss Arnott Dance: Triple Bill

    Tuesday 06 February

    Joss Arnott Dance’s new classical contemporary programme will take you on a gripping journey through powerful and heart-pounding choreography that has established the company as one of the most exciting voices in British contemporary dance.

  • Ceramics Evening Class - Fully Booked Loading...
    Take Part & Learn

    Ceramics Evening Class - Fully Booked

    Tuesday 06 February - Tuesday 27 February

    Join Artist-in-Residence Katrin Moye for this four week introduction to pottery course which will take you through various methods of making and decorating clay vessels.

  • Distinctiveness and Assimilation: Fully Booked Loading...
    Special Collections

    Distinctiveness and Assimilation: Fully Booked

    Wednesday 07 February

    In this talk, Paul Everson of the University of Keele will explore Viking Age stone sculpture in the East Midlands showing its characteristic elements and how hybrid forms emerged.

  • Vienna Piano Trio Loading...
    Music

    Vienna Piano Trio

    Thursday 08 February

    Founded in 1988, the Vienna Piano Trio has been performing regularly in virtually every major music venue and music festival in Europe, the Americas, Australia and the Far East for 30 years. In this concert they perform three masterworks of the chamber repertoire. 

  • Cara Dillon - Fully Booked Loading...
    Music

    Cara Dillon - Fully Booked

    Wednesday 14 February

    Cara Dillon occupies an enviable position at the very top of her genre. This extraordinary Irish singer has been captivating audiences and achieving exceptional acclaim for over 20 years.

  • The Gleam of Silver: Fully Booked Loading...
    Exhibitions

    The Gleam of Silver: Fully Booked

    Wednesday 14 February

    This talk will interpret the silver and coinage from the hoards displayed in the exhibition, using them to argue that the Vikings transformed Britain.

  • Viking Activity Days: Belief and Funerary Practice Loading...
    Take Part & Learn

    Viking Activity Days: Belief and Funerary Practice

    Saturday 17 February

    In our activity session focussing on Viking Age beliefs and funerary practice, think about Viking Age beliefs and what objects would have been buried with a Viking man, woman or child, and why.

  • Ancient Crafts: Hedgerow Baskets Loading...
    Take Part & Learn

    Ancient Crafts: Hedgerow Baskets

    Saturday 17 February

    This is an opportunity to make a beautiful basket bowl from freshly gathered materials, including hazel and willow dogwood, which will be woven into a proper basket.

  • Help the Museum Curate its Coins: Introductory Session Loading...
    Museum

    Help the Museum Curate its Coins: Introductory Session

    Saturday 17 February

    Discover how museums look after their ancient coin collections; find out about the coins in the Museum collections and have a go at some of the activities which museum curators undertake to care for, identify and research their objects.

  • Chinese Arts and Crafts Workshops Loading...
    Children & Families

    Chinese Arts and Crafts Workshops

    Saturday 17 February

    Learn how to create attractive Chinese lanterns and window flowers.  You can also make a beautiful Chinese knot of your own to take away, frame and decorate your home.

  • Nottingham Chinese New Year Gala 2018 Loading...
    Special Events

    Nottingham Chinese New Year Gala 2018

    Saturday 17 February