Wednesday 06 OctoberDjanogly Theatre
This band’s music blazes fiercely, invoking the dark, powerful, sounds of Ancient Northumbria and broadcasting them to the modern world.
Saturday 25 SeptemberDjanogly Theatre
Musician and Storyteller Ling Peng will introduce participants to different Chinese musical instruments.
Saturday 02 OctoberUniversity of Nottingham Museum
Join Museum Numismatist, Dr Anja Thompson-Rohde, for a brief history of Britain, as revealed by the historic coins on display!
Saturday 13 November
University of Nottingham Museum
Join Dr Chris King for an introduction to the Cultures of Cloth in the Medieval East Midlands exhibition.
Saturday 13 November - Sunday 09 January
Angear Visitor Centre
A showcase of sculpture by Manchester-based artist Lotti V Closs, with references ranging from classical architecture to science fiction props and from natural organisms to confectionery.
Saturday 13 November
A stunningly visual, immersive dance performance, performed inside a digitally projected landscape to an evocative music score- a concept album live on stage from acclaimed electronic musician Ital Tek.
Sunday 14 November
The quickest wits in comedy are charging into their sixth national tour with a spectacular new show that will trample your expectations.
Don’t miss comedy’s most exhilarating act for a show that’s full of fun and extreme silliness!
Tuesday 16 November
Harry talks about his new autobiography FIGHT! and shares photos and clips from his huge home movie collection.
Wednesday 17 November
Terje Isungset pioneering ice instruments and Scandinavia's best jazz musicians will bring extraordinary, beautiful and ethereal sounds.
Thursday 18 November
Enjoy a tour of the Breaking the Mould exhibition and have the opportunity to ask your questions.
Saturday 20 November
Djanogly Recital Hall
The Arcadia Quartet from Romania returns to Lakeside for a concert of profoundly moving music including Schubert, Janáček and Mendelssohn.
Tuesday 23 November
This lecture by Dr Caleb Bailey will explore how forced migration has evolved from the colonial era with its roots in expanding territory, escaping persecution, or seeking greater economic prospects.
Wednesday 24 November
In this live concert, piano virtuoso Omar Sosa and kora maestro Seckou Keita perform music from their second album SUBA, recorded during lockdown and due for release in October 2021.
Saturday 27 November
Great Hall, Trent Building
Celebrate with the University’s talented student instrumentalists and singers as they return to rehearsing and performing together in person.
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