Lakeside Arts
Part of University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts

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Creative Technologies


Tuesday 02 November - Wednesday 03 November
Djanogly Theatre

A combination of diverse immersive performances, captivating presentations, and expert panel discussions.

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A Little Lustre

A Little Lustre

Friday 05 November - Sunday 07 November
Lakeside Arts (multiple venues)

Welcome back Lustre at Lakeside, where you can buy everything from artisan jewellery and bags to ceramics, glass and tableware.

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Making Tracks

Making Tracks

Thursday 04 November
Djanogly Recital Hall

Making Tracks brings together exceptional young musicians from the UK and comes to Nottingham for the first time with what promises to be an incredible line-up of eight musicians, performing solo and collaboratively.

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Wednesday 22 September – Sunday 31 October
Welcome to DARKFIELD. We hope you enjoy your stay.

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The Funny Life Of...

Sunday 05 December
Djanogly Theatre

Founder of Comedy Club 4 Kids James Campbell is a comedian, storyteller and children’s author coming to Lakeside with his hugely popular Funny Life comedy shows for children.

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Under the Surface

Saturday 11 December
Djanogly Recital Hall

Melding jazz, rock and folk elements, Under the Surface’s fully improvised, mesmerising concerts are an experience for both band and audience.

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Religion, Politics, and Exile in Early Modern England and Beyond

Thursday 06 January
Djanogly Theatre

Dr David Gehring of the University of Nottingham will provide a setting for understanding religious exile during the early modern period.

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Matt Chorley: Who Is In Charge Here?

Saturday 19 February
Djanogly Theatre

After the sell-out success of his first tour This Is Not Normal, the award-winning Times columnist is back with an hilarious new show exploring who really calls the shots.

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Artists and audiences exploring creative
technologies, interactions, and response.
Engage in immersive dance, explore Virtual Reality and Volumetric Capture as tools for performance making and enjoy stunning SURGE performances live or digitally.