Architects of Air have toured to more than 40 countries across five continents with their extraordinary structures which astonish and delight audiences of all ages.
Andy Cannon retells Shakespeare’s Macbeth, taking audiences on a thousand-year journey from fact to fiction and back again. Suitable for ages 8+
A playful and quirky new show for young children about friendship and play, and the importance of treasuring little things.
The Wheee! family weekend is always special and this year is no exception. There will be lots of arts and craft activities plus outdoor theatre and dance performances to entertain family members of all ages.
In collaboration with the renowned classical Indian dancer Mavin Khoo, Agudo weaves his Flamenco roots with a unique, contemporary style in this universal and personal story of East meets West.
Film screening plus Q&A with filmmaker and zoologist Dr Niall Doran and Dr Sara Goodacre from the University of Nottingham SpiderLab
Anda Union are cultural icons of Mongolian music bringing a unique combination of styles from across the grasslands.
A horror-fantasy film based on the werewolf story of the same name in Angela Carter’s 1979 short story collection The Bloody Chamber.
The story behind the British Museum BP exhibition Scythians: Warriors of Ancient Siberia With Dr St John Simpson, Assistant Keeper, Ancient Iran and Arabia, Middle East Department, British Museum.
New perspectives is a walkabout tour of the exhibition led by a relay team of postgraduates at the University of Nottingham.
In this workshop you will spend a day with Nichola Hingley creating stencil screenprints inspired by our Scaling the Sublime exhibition.
For the final concert of the academic year, students join to perform a mixed programme conducted by student and professional conductors.