Find theatre, classical & chamber music, world, folk & jazz gigs, live comedy, dance performances, children's shows, free talks and workshops, as well as our visual art exhibitions and museum programme below.
A recent body of paintings exploring visions of the city through the disorientating lens of rain-washed windscreens.
Derek Carruthers (Professor Emeritus, Nottingham Trent University) has been a practising artist for over 60 years.
Using photographs, marketing materials and business records from the University of Nottingham’s lace and hosiery archive collections, this exhibition explores surviving evidence of the textile trade which was once a major feature of the East Midlands.
Selected from an open submission of paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography and craft, this exhibition represents the quality and diversity of professional art practice in the region today.
Join the exhibition curator for a guided walk through of the exhibition and learn about the stories behind the items on display.
Join Nottingham raconteur Ezekial Bone and follow the threads of the human story woven into the fabric of the Lace Market, followed by an optional tram trip to Lakeside to visit the
Jade Fantom graduated from Nottingham Trent University’s BA Photography programme in 2018.
Staff from Nottingham City Museums and Galleries reveal the plans for the new lace gallery at Nottingham Castle which is expected to re-open in 2020 following a £29.4 million redevelopment.
This exhibition will look at the different types of human figures displayed on medieval pottery including the famous Face Pots.
Angela Verdon creates exquisite abstract forms in burnished bone china. Utilizing her material’s inherent qualities of purity and strength, she explores the interplay of light and shadow resulting from hard edges and sensuous undulating contours.
Julian Atkinson and Roger Tanner, authors of Luddism in the East Midlands: Riots and Negotiations (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Labour History Society: 2018), tell the true story of Luddism in Nottinghamshire.
Anne Goodchild gives an introduction to the exhibition and Hitchens’ remarkable sixty-year career.