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Ivon Hitchens: Space Through Colour
Exhibitions

Ivon Hitchens: Space Through Colour

Saturday 02 November - Sunday 23 February
Djanogly Gallery

Ivon Hitchens is much loved for his landscapes with this exhibition considering the full scope of his career.

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Flight
Theatre & Dance

Flight

Saturday 15 February - Sunday 23 February
Next to DH Lawrence Pavilion

Flight takes place in a 40 foot shipping container in absolute darkness, using binaural 360 degree sound.

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Tom
Theatre & Dance

Tom

Friday 14 February - Saturday 15 February
Djanogly Theatre

This remarkable film installation explores the story of one man’s journey to rediscover who he really is.

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Peaks and Pots: The Life and Work of Felix Oswald
Museum

Peaks and Pots: The Life and Work of Felix Oswald

Tuesday 07 January - Sunday 29 March
University of Nottingham Museum

Learn about Dr Felix Oswald, whose work led to the creation of the University of Nottingham Museum.

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Igloo
Children & Families

Igloo

Sunday 23 February
Djanogly Theatre

Join us for this playful experience filled with warmth, sensation and gentle exploration.

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Two boys using marble run in workshop

FEBRUARY HALF TERM

Part of Festival of Science and Curiosity
Saturday 15 – Sunday 23 February


Join us for a week full of fun activities to explore the curiosities of science, history, storytelling and art.

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Build a Cardboard City

Tuesday 18 February
Performing Arts Studio

Calling all budding engineers! Using boxes, tape and recycled materials, design and create your own city.

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Learn to Sew with Conductive Thread and Circuits

Wednesday 19 February
Performing Arts Studio

Learn to combine the world of textiles with electronic components to create soft and flexible circuits. 

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Young Physicist for a Day

Wednesday 19 February
Performing Arts Studio

Become a young physicist for the day. 

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From Landscape to Monoprint

Thursday 20 February
Visual Arts Studio

Spend time in the landscape looking at patterns from nature, then move to the studio.

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Everyday Life in Roman Margidunum

Friday 21 February
Angear Visitor Centre

Take part in everyday activities from the Roman period including dressing up.

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Igloo

Sunday 23 February
Djanogly Theatre

Join us for this playful experience filled with warmth, sensation and gentle exploration.

James Campbell: The Funny World Of… Loading...

James Campbell: The Funny World Of…

Sunday 01 March
Djanogly Theatre

Hold onto your socks, take the banana out of your ears and enjoy the best comedy for kids.

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The Merchant of Venice

Sunday 15 March
Djanogly Theatre

Greed, poverty and personal vendettas collide in a production full of music, energy and no-nonsense.

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Prehistoric crafts

Tuesday 07 April
Learning Studio

Come along to find out about prehistoric crafts with Ice Age Journeys. 

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Traditional Tales

Wednesday 08 April
Djanogly Rehearsal Hall, Department of Music

This workshop gives a wonderful chance to play with traditional stories.

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Easter Eggstravaganza

Thursday 09 April
Highfields Park

Families will love our eggciting Easter Eggstravaganza. 

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Clay Mask Making

Tuesday 14 April
Angear Visitor Centre

Learn about the drama of Roman theatre masks and other fascinating faces from the past.



The Centrifugal Soul (detail) by artist Mat Collishaw

MAT COLLISHAW

Saturday 14 March – Sunday 7 June
Djanogly Gallery


Collishaw rose to prominence in the 1990s as one of the defining generation of Young British Artists. Featuring his 2016 installation Albion, a ghostly apparition of the Major Oak, this is the first major exhibition of Collishaw’s work to be mounted in the city of his birth.