Find theatre, classical & chamber music, world, folk & jazz gigs, live comedy, dance performances, children's shows, free talks and workshops, as well as our visual art exhibitions and museum programme below.
Edith Ainscow and Geoffrey Boothby have only four incomplete days together before Geoffrey goes to the Front to work for the Royal Engineer Tunnellers below the Ypres Salient.
Join the exhibition curators for a guided walk through of the exhibition and learn about the stories behind the items on display.
The condition of haunting is central to the gothic mode. Dr Matt Green, Associate Professor in the School of English, explores haunting and being haunted.
One of the world’s greatest slide guitarists, Debashish Bhattacharya makes his Lakeside debut after mesmerising audiences for over four decades.
Physically exhilarating and touchingly poignant, Knot is the internationally acclaimed circus and dance work by Nikki Rummer and JD Broussé.
This exhibition draws together still and moving images, alongside artefacts and commentary about this pioneering company’s work.
In 2017 a metal detectorist searching a ploughed field near Scremby, Lincolnshire, discovered fragments of grave goods and pieces of human bone.
The University of Nottingham is throwing open its doors to curious minds for a day of hands-on fun.
University Philharmonia and Festival Choir perform a summer programme with an element of nostalgia to bring the University academic year to a close.
Alongside an exhibition celebrating 30 years of this ground-breaking company’s work, Life Class draws upon the Tea Dance to celebrate everyone’s greatest, most memorable, most requested role – ourselves.
This day-long training workshop will feature talks, practical exercises and discussions, and will look at how to run a community archaeology project from start to finish.
Taking ideas from Laura McCafferty’s vibrant exhibition in the Angear Visitor Centre, work with the artist to rip apart and sew together colourful textiles.