What’s on

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.

83 events
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    Theatre

    Within This Dust

    Tuesday 10 March

    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. 

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    Special Events

    In the Rehearsal Room: The Merchant of Venice

    Wednesday 11 March

    Behind the scenes experience observing director Martin Berry working with the professional cast in Lakeside’s first co-production with Nottingham Playhouse. 

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    Music

    Joglaresa

    Thursday 12 March

    Joglaresa’s greatest hits – all delivered with Joglaresa’s inimitable energy, irrepressible cheeriness, rebellion and, above all, fun! 

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    Exhibitions

    Mat Collishaw: Lecture - Artist's Introduction

    Friday 13 March

    Mat Collishaw gives an introduction to the ideas underlying his multi-layered artistic practice and the works in his solo exhibition.

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    Exhibitions

    Mat Collishaw

    Saturday 14 March - Sunday 07 June

    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. 

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    Exhibitions

    Off The Wall: Gallery Tour

    Saturday 14 March

    Student members of the Crop Up Gallery team will introduce the work and themes of the exhibition.

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    Children & Families

    The Merchant of Venice

    Sunday 15 March

    In this first co-production between Nottingham Playhouse and Lakeside Arts, Shakespeare’s most controversial play is relocated to the modern day Goose Fair.

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    Theatre

    Pricks

    Tuesday 17 March

    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.

  • Georgian Delights: Talk - Two Sides of a Royal Coin: George IV as Husband and Brother Loading...
    Special Collections

    Georgian Delights: Talk - Two Sides of a Royal Coin: George IV as Husband and Brother

    Wednesday 18 March

    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.

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    Music

    Heath Quartet

    Thursday 19 March

    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. 

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    Special Events

    After-Hours Tour: Mat Collishaw Exhibition

    Thursday 19 March

    Join Neil Walker for an introduction to the first solo exhibition of Mat Collishaw’s work to be held in Nottingham.

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    Music

    University Philharmonia

    Sunday 22 March

    Composed in 1918 at the behest of Prince Albert I of Monaco Masques et Bergamasques is a pastiche of an 18th-century fête galant.