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BBC Concert Orchestra
Music

BBC Concert Orchestra

Saturday 20 April 7.30pm
Djanogly Recital Hall

Featuring a septet of BBC Concert Orchestra musicians – violin, double bass, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, trombone and percussion – and star guest narrator, this is one of a double-bill of concerts presented in Nottingham by the world-renowned BBC Concert Orchestra. 

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The Monocle
Theatre & Dance

The Monocle

Tuesday 16 April 7.30pm
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

This highly virtuosic contemporary dance performance featuring the voluptuous jazz chanteuse Imogen Banks presents the untold story of Le Monocle. 

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Anansi and the Lost Sun
Children & Families

Anansi and the Lost Sun

Sunday 21 April 1pm & 3.30pm
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

A funny and inspiring West African tale told with puppetry, spoken word & traditional live West African music. 

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Luminarium - an inflatable blue room bathed in multi coloured light


LUMINARIUM: LUMINIMAX 

Architects of Air are back
with an amazing new luminarium 

 

Saturday 25 May - Sunday 02 June  

 


What's on: From today

Dear Sisters Loading...

Dear Sisters

Thursday 21 March - Sunday 01 September
Weston Gallery

This exhibition presents an archive curated by Nottingham-based activists, bringing together personal memories. 

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Dear Sisters Gallery Tours

Thursday 16 May - Thursday 27 June
Weston Gallery

Join the curators and members of the Nottingham Feminist Archive Group for a walk through the exhibition and learn about the stories behind the items on display.

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Meet the Activists

Tuesday 11 June
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

This panel discussion explores in depth some of the themes which emerged from interviews with women activists.

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Black Women Activists

Wednesday 10 July
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

Dr Panya Banjoko, founder of the Nottingham Black Archive, talks about Black women’s activism in the UK.

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Making Misogyny a Hate Crime

Wednesday 24 July
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

Join us to hear about research into Nottinghamshire Police’s decision to become the first force in the country to make misogyny a recognised hate crime.



Saad Qureshi - Something about Paradise


SAAD QURESHI: 
CONVERSATIONS BEFORE
THE END OF TIME 

Saturday 20 January - Sunday 14 April