Crop Up Gallery students give a guided walkthrough of the exhibition, speaking about their curatorial ideas for Sanctuary.
Once upon a time, fairy tales were not for children. From a bloodthirsty birth in a sinister European forest, to benign bedtime tales where “Children with their Milk
are fed with the Tales of Witches, Hobgoblins, Prophecies and Miracles” this exhibition traces the developm
The culmination of a brand new creative challenge to Nottingham’s young theatre makers, in which each group will have created an original 15-minute performance using the same toolbox kit as their inspirational starting point.
Keepy Uppy is a play for the 2018 World Cup year, for football fans, non-football fans, children and families.
With his personal and innovative approach, which seamlessly blends traditional flamenco palos from tangos to soléa, Liñán brings raw power, determination and artistry that will delight UK audiences.
Author-illustrator Carol Adlam will take you through the building blocks of creating a picture book for children, focusing on storyboarding and producing thumbnail layouts for your work.
Irish/Manx quintet Ímar are Glasgow’s hottest new folk group. Formed in 2016 and already receiving plaudits for their album Afterlight and main stage performances in UK and European festivals,
William Howard is one of Britain’s leading pianists, enjoying a career that has taken him to over 40 countries.
Rachel Palfreyman, Associate Professor in German Studies at the University of Nottingham, discusses how fairy tales have been interpreted
Living with Adaptive Architecture brings together projects and artistic explorations from across the Midlands and the UK to reveal the directions in which the field is currently expanding.
The inimitable Wendy Cope will charm and amuse you with her wry, ironic poetry – sharp and punchy, soft and contemplative.
Anda Union are cultural icons of Mongolian music bringing a unique combination of styles from across the grasslands.