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.
Inspired by the iconic photographs by Richard Drew that capture a man falling from the World Trade Center, this hauntingly beautiful dance theatre explores the events surrounding 9/11.
Behind the scenes experience observing director Martin Berry working with the professional cast in Lakeside’s first co-production with Nottingham Playhouse.
Joglaresa’s greatest hits – all delivered with Joglaresa’s inimitable energy, irrepressible cheeriness, rebellion and, above all, fun!
Mat Collishaw gives an introduction to the ideas underlying his multi-layered artistic practice and the works in his solo exhibition.
Mat Collishaw rose to prominence in the 1990s as one of the defining generation of Young British Artists alongside his contemporaries Damien Hirst and Sarah Lucas.
Student members of the Crop Up Gallery team will introduce the work and themes of the exhibition.
In this first co-production between Nottingham Playhouse and Lakeside Arts, Shakespeare’s most controversial play is relocated to the modern day Goose Fair.
This urgent, funny new show blends warmly engaging storytelling with poetry and an original soundscape. It tells a surprisingly moving and uplifting story about families and learning to care for each other better.
Acclaimed historical biographer Flora Fraser will speak about her research in the Royal Archives when writing The Unruly Queen: The Life of Queen Caroline and Princesses: The Daughters of George III.
Tippett’s second quartet, composed 1941-42 immediately following his oratorio A Child of Our Time, reveals his admiration for Beethoven in the treatment of the quartet structure and melodic lyricism.
Join Neil Walker for an introduction to the first solo exhibition of Mat Collishaw’s work to be held in Nottingham.
Composed in 1918 at the behest of Prince Albert I of Monaco Masques et Bergamasques is a pastiche of an 18th-century fête galant.