Lakeside Arts
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Mat Collishaw
Exhibitions

Mat Collishaw

Saturday 14 March - Sunday 07 June
Djanogly Gallery

Mat Collishaw reveals the power of imagery to attract and repel as well as to deceive us.

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World Premiere Luminarium 2020
Children & Families

World Premiere Luminarium 2020

Saturday 23 May - Sunday 31 May
Highfields Park

A truly wonderful structure of iridescent colours and light, that everyone can enjoy.

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Don't miss

Within This Dust
Theatre & Dance

Within This Dust

Tuesday 10 March
Djanogly Theatre

Hauntingly beautiful dance theatre that explores the events surrounding 9/11.

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Georgian Delights: Life During the Reign of George IV (1820-1830)
Manuscripts & Special Collections

Georgian Delights: Life During the Reign of George IV (1820-1830)

Friday 13 December - Sunday 29 March
Weston Gallery

This exhibition highlights the contrasts between the King George IV and his subjects.

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Pricks
Theatre & Dance

Pricks

Tuesday 17 March
Djanogly Theatre

This funny show blends warmly engaging storytelling with poetry and an original soundscape. 

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Beethoven 250 promotional artwork with Beethoven bust and pianos

BEETHOVEN 250: THE COMPLETE PIANO SONATAS

Thursday 14 - Sunday 17 May

A four-day festival marking Beethoven's 250th anniversary featuring a line-up of leading international artists.

What's on: From today

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Georgian Delights: Life During the Reign of George IV (1820-1830)

Friday 13 December - Sunday 29 March
Weston Gallery

This exhibition highlights the contrasts between the King George IV and his subjects.

Georgian Delights: Talk - Two Sides of a Royal Coin: George IV as Husband and Brother Loading...

Georgian Delights: Talk - Two Sides of a Royal Coin: George IV as Husband and Brother

Wednesday 18 March
Djanogly Theatre

Acclaimed historical biographer Flora Fraser will speak about her research in the Royal Archives.

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Florence Nightingale Comes Home

Friday 24 April - Sunday 23 August
Weston Gallery

This exhibition sheds a new light on the Lady with the Lamp.

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Nightingale's Legacy

Thursday 07 May
Djanogly Theatre

Professor Lynn McDonald will address the aspects of Nightingale’s work that you don’t often hear about.

 

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Florence Nightingale Comes Home Gallery Tour

Monday 11 May
Weston Gallery

Join the exhibition curator for an exhibition walk through.

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Writing Nightingale

Monday 18 May
Djanogly Theatre

Authors, Katharine McMahon and Kate Eastham, discuss how they navigate between fact and fiction.

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Florence Nightingale Guided Walk

Saturday 23 May
Other venues

Join Dr Richard Bates for a five-mile guided walk of sites around Cromford and Holloway.

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Treating the Enemy

Wednesday 10 June
Djanogly Theatre

Professor Holly Furneaux (University of Cardiff) focuses on the history of cross-lines medical treatment.

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Florence Nightingale Comes Home Gallery Tour

Monday 15 June
Weston Gallery

Join the exhibition curator for an exhibition walk through.

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Film Screening: The Lady with the Lamp

Thursday 25 June
Djanogly Theatre

Florence Nightingale leaves her Derbyshire home to nurse wounded British soldiers.

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Florence Nightingale's Sister(s)

Tuesday 07 July
Djanogly Theatre

Dr Richard Bates (University of Nottingham) will tell the little-known story of Florence Nightingale’s sister.

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Following the Lady with the Lamp

Wednesday 15 July
Djanogly Theatre

Dame Yvonne Moores discusses her path from Ward Sister to Chief Nursing Officer in Government.



Audience enjoying the 2019 Wheee! Family Weekend

WHEEE! 2020

International Children's Theatre and Dance Festival
Saturday 23 – Sunday 31 May


A week of fantastic arts, theatre and crafts for children of all ages. Plus this year coincides with the Nottingham Puppet Festival!