The exuberant Ojai Festival Overture by Peter Maxwell Davies Opens this concert. Receiving its premiere in 1991 at the southern California music festival the work is reminiscent of the expansive, open sonorities of 20th-century American compositions.
Join Grandad and Syd as they head off on a heart-warming adventure filled with songs, laughter and jungles that will change their lives forever…
This workshop with Rob Hart will explore some of the approaches to developing visual ideas through a practical investigation of painting and media techniques.
Touring their fourth album ‘First Dance on Second Avenue’, She’Koyokh goes on a formidably gymnastic journey across Eastern Europe and beyond.
The Orlando Consort’s programme, ‘Passion’, presents sublime music of the early Renaissance from England and continental Europe.
Tom Dale Company. Two works bearing witness to the phenomenal impact electronic music has on dance.
A special collection of dance work presented by talented young people who have choreographed their own pieces mentored by internationally recognised specialists working in choreography, costume and lighting design.
A concert of a cappella choral music with the University Choir and Chamber Choir performing music that spans 300 years from Bach to contemporary Estonian composers.
Join this extraordinary celebration of Nottinghamshire's youth dance talent, where a range of young dancers and choreographers will showcase pieces that they have been creating over several months.
Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham performed to a capacity Lakeside audience last year and we are thrilled to welcome them back this Spring.
Nicholas Alfrey, co-curator of the exhibition, chairs a discussion with four of the participating artists: Simon Faithfull, Tim Knowles, Mariele Neudecker and Rebecca Partridge.
A gritty streetwise adaptation of Briar Rose, set in a kingdom devastated by unemployment and famine where few survive alone and gangs are the norm.