Oddsocks’ Sci-fi musical adaptation of The Tempest is out of this world. Space explorer Prospero is marooned in a galaxy far, far away with daughter Miranda and a host of madcap aliens.
Medieval characters are taking over the Museum and Angear Visitor Centre for the Festival of Archaeology 2018.
Colin Heywood, Emeritus Professor of Modern French History at the University of Nottingham, focuses on the society and culture in which children were raised in the 19th century.
The summation of a 3-year project, Claire Morris-Wright’s prints explore the powerful metaphorical associations of the hedge.
The Wilde Creatures, a band of storytelling musicians, bring to life Oscar Wilde’s classic fairy stories including The Happy Prince, The Nightingale and the Rose and The Birthday of the Infanta.
Using Claire Morris-Wright’s Hedge Project in the Wallner Gallery as a starting point, the artist and participants will explore the grounds in Highfields Park, gathering clippings and sourcematerial.
For your delight and delectation, four valiant vaudevillians present their terrifying take on Oscar Wilde’s most gruesome ghost story.
Join us for a celebration of the magical characters that inhabit children illustrated books in a fun workshop aimed at children and families.
Lakeside welcomes you to a jam-packed week working with professional technicians, designers, musicians and performers to create a show on Lakeside’s main stage.
In this mosaic workshop for beginners, Karen Frosdick will take you through the process of creating a wall plaque, trivet or set of four coasters to take home.
Explore hedges and woodlands in the grounds of Highfields Park and University Park.
Rana Begum’s colourful exhibition in the Djanogly Gallery is the inspiration for this Summer School.