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Sacconi Quartet
Music

Sacconi Quartet

Thursday 17 June
Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

The award-winning Sacconi Quartet celebrate their 20th Anniversary in the 2021-22 season with a programme packed of Haydn, Ravel and Schubert.

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Aidy The Awesome
Children & Families

Aidy The Awesome

Saturday 29 May - Sunday 30 May
Online Event

Join Aidy the Awesome as she takes flight in an action packed aerial adventure to find her superpower.

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Manchester Collective & Mahan Esfahani
Music

Manchester Collective & Mahan Esfahani

Friday 14 May
Live Streamed from Lakeside Arts

Known for challenging perceptions and conventions around classical music, Manchester Collective and Mahan Esfahani present thrilling work by a musical outsider

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WELCOME BACK

Reopening from Tuesday 18 May
We've missed you! We're delighted to announce that in line with current government plans, we will begin a phased reopening of Lakeside Arts from Tuesday 18 May. See what's on this spring into summer.

What's on: From today

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Aidy The Awesome

Saturday 29 May - Sunday 30 May
Online Event

Join Aidy the Awesome as she takes flight in an action packed aerial adventure to find her superpower.

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Thingamabobas

Saturday 29 May - Sunday 06 June
Djanogly Theatre

Welcome to the world of Thingamabobas where mechanical structures meet artificial intelligence to create a robotic circus of bizarrely wonderful machines to inspire, delight and intrigue.

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Look Up!

Saturday 26 June - Sunday 27 June
Oval Car Park (outdoors)

Playful and fearless, with a curiosity for birds and flying, Robyn reminds us all that we should dare to look up.

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Wild

Saturday 17 July - Sunday 18 July
Oval Car Park (outdoors)

What is it to be wild? Using powerful physicality, choreography and acrobatic movement, Motionhouse brings a daring dance production that looks down onto the forest floor – a dangerous world of unknown.



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ONLINE TALKS AND LECTURES

Meet artists, musicians and researchers who work on fascinating projects and continue to inspire us. Browse our inspiring online talks as we're joined in conversation with artist friends from across our region and beyond.