Named in response to the solidarity movement which followed horrific murders at the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris, #JeSuis is an edgy and thought-provoking work.
Award-winning jazz guitarist Martin Taylor teams up with acoustic and slide guitar virtuoso Martin Simpson. Taylor is a master performer, dazzling audiences with his solo shows which combine virtuosity, emotion and humour.
1997 represented a dramatic turnaround for a party out of office since 1979. Some say that to win, Blair transformed Labour out of all recognition.
A programme of traditional folk songs and contemporary music by Chinese composers performed by students and professors of Zhejiang Conservatory of Music.
In a special gala concert, the University of Nottingham Philharmonia and Choir join with guest musicians from Zhejiang Conservatory of Music in China.
Snow White and Rose Red – sisters, twins, best friends – have lived in the forest since they were Babes in the Wood. Not as worldly wise as their mother would have liked, they are nonetheless kind and caring. When a friendly bear arrives a new chapter begins.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? Be part of our fairy tale inspired craft workshop – even if you’re feeling sleepy, bashful or grumpy…
Based on current concepts from particle physics, Entanglement! An Entropic Tale is a cosmic exploration of life and death, creation and destruction, and the importance of living life in the present.
Blazin’ Fiddles are one of the world’s most prolific fiddle groups. Celebrating their 20th year in 2018 no other band has quite managed to capture the excitement, passion and sensitivity of Scottish music all at once.
In 1910, Walter Sickert famously declared that art should ‘avoid the drawing room and stick to the kitchen’.
With Ruth Lewis-Jones, Learning Officer (Galleries).
Creative Saturday afternoons at Djanogly Gallery. Whatever your age or ability come along to AIM as an Art Investigator to enjoy the exhibitions and take part in related arts and crafts activities led by University of Nottingham students.