LAKESIDE ARTS CENTRE DEC 08 - MARCH 09
DJANOGLY ART GALLERY DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL DJANOGLY THEATRE WALLNER GALLERY WESTON GALLERY
THE AMERICAN SCENE PRINTS FROM HOPPER TO POLLOCK Supported by
A BRITISH MUSEUM TOUR
Cover image: Robert Gwathmey, The Hitchhiker (detail). Screenprint, 1937, ©DACS, London/VAGA, New York 2008
BOX OFFICE 0115 846 7777
ONDIARY DEC Thursday 4 Dec Friday 5 Dec Friday 5 Dec Saturday 6 Dec Sunday 7 Dec Monday 8 Dec Tuesday 9 Dec Tuesday 9 Dec Wednesday 10 Dec Wednesday 10 Dec Wednesday 10 Dec Thursday 11 Dec Saturday 13 Dec Saturday 13 Dec Sunday 14 Dec Tuesday 16 Dec Wednesday 17 Thursday 18 Dec Thursday 18 Dec Friday 19 Dec Saturday 20 Dec Sunday 21 Dec Monday 22 Dec Tuesday 23 Dec Tuesday 23 Dec Wednesday 24 Dec Saturday 27 Dec Sunday 28 Dec Sunday 28 Dec Tuesday 30 Dec Tuesday 30 Dec Wednesday 31 Dec Wednesday 31 Dec JAN Saturday 3 Jan Saturday 3 Jan Sunday 4 Jan Sunday 4 Jan Tuesday 6 Jan Wednesday 7 Jan Thursday 8 Jan Friday 9 Jan Saturday 10 Jan Sunday 11 Jan Wednesday 14 Jan Thursday 15 Jan Thursday 15 Jan Friday 16 Jan Sunday 18 Jan Monday 19 Jan Tuesday 20 Jan Wednesday 21 Jan Thursday 22 Jan Friday 23 Jan Saturday 24 Jan Saturday 24 Jan Monday 26 Jan Tuesday 27 Jan Tuesday 27 Jan Wednesday 28 Jan Thursday 29 Jan Thursday 29 Jan Friday 30 Jan Saturday 31 Jan Saturday 31 Jan Saturday 31 Jan
Where possible, we have shown running times for shows, (next to start time in main brochure listings). Please note these are approximate timings only.
EXHIBITIONS: Gallery Talk - Figuring Light: Colour and the Intangible CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince Preview EXHIBITIONS: Windows on War Soviet Posters 1943-1945 CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince Previews UNIVERSITY MUSIC: University Sinfonia CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince Preview CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince UNIVERSITY MUSIC: University Carol Service with Viva Voce CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince UNIVERSITY MUSIC: Rush-hour - Moonlighters Big Band COMEDY: Simon Day CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince MUSIC: Koshka CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince MUSIC: English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: Korean-Style Silk Flag Making WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: Korean-Style Silk Flag Making CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: Chinese Dragon Puppets CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: Colour Blind CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: And There Was Light… CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince
1-2pm 6.30pm opens 3.30pm & 6.30pm 7.30pm 1.30pm 10.30am & 1.30pm 7.15pm 10.30am & 1.30pm 5.30pm 8pm 10.30am & 1.30pm 3.30pm & 6.30pm 7.30pm 12.30pm & 3.30pm 10.30am & 1.30pm 10.30am & 1.30pm 10.30am & 1.30pm 7.30pm 10.30am & 1.30pm 3.30pm & 6.30pm 12.30pm & 3.30pm 10am-12pm & 1-3pm 10am-12pm & 1-3pm 3.30pm & 6.30pm 12.30pm & 3.30pm 3.30pm & 6.30pm 12-1.30pm & 2.30-4pm 12.30pm & 3.30pm 10am-12.30pm 3.30pm & 6.30pm 10am-12.30pm 12.30pm & 3.30pm
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WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: Mobile Colour CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES: Shadow Puppetry & Story Telling CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince CHILDREN & FAMILIES: The Happy Prince EXHIBITIONS: Meet the Artists - Figuring Light: Colour and the Intangible EXHIBITIONS: Lunchtime Talk - Planned Production & Chance Survival EXHIBITIONS: Meet the Artist - Lucinda Chua EXHIBITIONS: Lucinda Chua EXHIBITIONS: Figuring Light: Colour and the Intangible EXHIBITIONS: Gallery Closure CHILDREN & FAMILIES: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight CHILDREN & FAMILIES: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight CHILDREN & FAMILIES: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight CHILDREN & FAMILIES: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight CHILDREN & FAMILIES: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight MUSIC: Julian Argüelles Trio CHILDREN & FAMILIES: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight EXHIBITIONS: Lecture - The Soviet War Posters CHILDREN & FAMILIES: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight CHILDREN & FAMILIES: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight MUSIC: La Serenissima CHILDREN & FAMILIES: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight CHILDREN & FAMILIES: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES MUSIC: Pre - concert talk by Robert Pascall MUSIC: Navarra String Quartet & Sacconi String Quartet CHILDREN & FAMILIES: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight
10am-12.30pm 3.30pm & 6.30pm 12-1.30pm & 2.30-4pm 12.30pm & 3.30pm 6.30pm 1.30pm & 6.30pm 10.30pm & 1.30pm 10.30am & 1.30pm 3.30pm & 6.30pm 12.30pm & 3.30pm 6.30-7.30pm 1-2pm 6-7.30pm opens closes starts 8pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 4pm & 8pm 7.30pm 8pm 6-7pm 8pm 1.30pm & 8pm 7.30pm 8pm 8pm 6.45pm 7.30pm 8pm
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FEB Sunday 1 Feb Tuesday 3 Feb Wednesday 4 Feb Thursday 5 Feb Sunday 8 Feb Thursday 12 Feb Saturday 14 Feb Saturday 14 Feb Sunday 15 Feb Wednesday 18 Feb Thursday 19 Feb Thursday 19 Feb Friday 20 Feb Friday 20 Feb Saturday 21 Feb Saturday 21 Feb Sunday 22 Feb Tuesday 24 Feb Wednesday 25 Feb Wednesday 25 Feb Thursday 26 Feb Thursday 26 Feb Friday 27 Feb Friday 27 Feb Friday 27 Feb Saturday 28 Feb Saturday 28 Feb MARCH Sunday 1 March Tuesday 3 March Wednesday 4 March Thursday 5 March Friday 6 March Saturday 7 March Saturday 7 March Saturday 7 March Sunday 8 March Monday 9 March Monday 9 March Tuesday 10 March Tuesday 10 March Tuesday 10 March Wednesday 11 March Wednesday 11 March Wednesday 11 March Thursday 12 March Thursday 12 March Thursday 12 March Thursday 12 March Friday 13 March Friday 13 March Saturday 14 March Sunday 15 March Monday 16 March Tuesday 17 March Wednesday 18 March Wednesday 18 March Wednesday 18 March Thursday 19 March Thursday 19 March Thursday 19 March Thursday 19 March Friday 20 March Friday 20 March Saturday 21 March Saturday 21 March Saturday 21 March Sunday 22 March Tuesday 24 March Wednesday 25 March Wednesday 25 March Thursday 26 March Thursday 26 March Friday 27 March Friday 27 March Saturday 28 March Tuesday 31 March Tuesday 31 March
Chinese New Year Outdoor Celebrations DANCE: Luca Silvestrini's Dear Body MUSIC: Dervish MUSIC: Waldstein Ensemble SUNDAY BEST: Don't Let The Pigeon Stay Up Late! MUSIC: Matthew Barley and Julian Joseph WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: The Flower and The Sheltering Tree MUSIC: Vogler String Quartet UNIVERSITY MUSIC: University Philharmonia WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: Silk painting WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: Cool - It's Anime! MUSIC: Morgan Szymanski & O Duo WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: Magical Masks UNIVERSITY MUSIC: Rush-hour - Kurt Weill Concert WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: Introduction to Printmaking COMEDY: Russell Kane and Simon Brodkin EXHIBITIONS: Lucinda Chua DANCE: The Changing Game UNIVERSITY MUSIC: Rush-hour - Moonlighters Big Band MUSIC: Tomorrow's Warriors Jazz Orchestra MUSIC: Cedric Tiberghien, Piano EXHIBITIONS: Meet the Artist - Geoff Diego Litherland EXHIBITIONS: Gallery Closure EXHIBITIONS: Lecture - Introduction to The American Scene: Prints from Hopper to Pollock (followed by private view) EXHIBITIONS: Geoff Diego Litherland EXHIBITIONS: The American Scene: Prints from Hopper to Pollock EXHIBITIONS: Study Day - Soviet War Posters 1943 - 1945
from 4pm 8pm 8pm 8pm 12.30pm & 3.30pm 7.30pm 10am-4pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 10am-12.30pm 10am-12.30pm 7.30pm 10am-12.30pm 5.30pm 10am-4pm 8pm closes 8pm 5.30pm 8pm 7.30pm 6-7.30pm Ends
UNIVERSITY MUSIC: University Sinfonia & Viva Voce WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: Printmaking Evening Course EXHIBITIONS: Lecture - Workers at Home and Work: Ashcan School to Social Realism EXHIBITIONS: Guided Tour - The American Scene: Prints from Hopper to Pollock DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues preview EXHIBITIONS: Guided Tour - The American Scene: Prints from Hopper to Pollock MUSIC: Manchester Camerata Wind Ensemble DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues preview UNIVERSITY MUSIC: University Wind Orchestra & Symphonic Wind Ensemble & Brass Ensemble WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS VISUAL ART: Printmaking DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues preview WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS VISUAL ART: Printmaking WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES MUSIC: Lecture The American String Quartet in the 20th Century DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues press night WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS VISUAL ART: Printmaking EXHIBITIONS: Lecture - Early American Modernism: Abstraction and the City DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS VISUAL ART: Printmaking EXHIBITIONS: Guided Tour - The American Scene: Prints from Hopper to Pollock MUSIC: Red Priest DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS VISUAL ART: Printmaking DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues UNIVERSITY MUSIC: University Choir DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS VISUAL ART: Printmaking EXHIBITIONS: Lecture - Struggle is a Beautiful Thing: Labour, History and Aesthetic Experimentation in African American Prints DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues EXHIBITIONS: Guided Tour - The American Scene: Prints from Hopper to Pollock DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES MUSIC: Pre-concert guided tour of The American Scene MUSIC: The Smith Quartet WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS VISUAL ART: Printmaking DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues EXHIBITIONS: Guided Tour - The American Scene: Prints from Hopper to Pollock MUSIC: Pei-Jee Ng, Cello & Miyako Machida, Piano DRAMA: Empty Bed Blues EXHIBITIONS: Windows on War Soviet Posters 1943-1945 COMEDY: Rhod Gilbert WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS VISUAL ART: Printmaking EXHIBITIONS: Lecture - The Hearing Eye: Jazz and Blues Influences in African American Visual Art EXHIBITIONS: Guided Tour - The American Scene: Prints from Hopper to Pollock DRAMA: The African Company Presents Richard III WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS VISUAL ART: Printmaking DRAMA: The African Company Presents Richard III DRAMA: The African Company Presents Richard III DANCE: Hofesh Shechter & Nigel Charnock WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES VISUAL ART: Print Making Evening Course
7.30pm begins 6.30-7.30pm 1-1.45pm 8pm 1-1.45pm 7.30pm 8pm
6.30-7.30pm opens opens 11.30am-4pm
7.30pm 10am-4pm 8pm 10am-4pm 4.30-6pm 8pm 10am-4pm 6.30-7.30pm 8pm 10am-4pm 1-1.45pm 7.30pm 8pm 10am-4pm 8pm 2pm & 8pm 7.30pm 8pm 8pm 10am-3pm 6.30-7.30pm 8pm 1-1.45pm 2pm & 8pm 6.30-7.15pm 7.30pm 10am-3pm 8pm 1-1.45pm 7.30pm 8pm closes 8pm 10am-3pm 6.30-7.30pm 1-1.45pm 8pm 10am-3pm 8pm 8pm 8pm ends
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tiny fingers, tiny toes THURSDAY 6, 13, 20, 27 NOV & 4 DEC 15, 22, 29 JAN & 5, 12 FEB 9.30AM - 10.15AM & 10.30AM – 11.15AM PERFORMING ARTS WORKSHOP SPACE FOR AGES 18 MONTHS – 36 MONTHS £4.50 PER SESSION (CHILD WITH PARENT/CARER) Tiny Fingers, Tiny Toes explores sensory experiences through dance & movement, storytelling, songs and practical play. These workshops are an opportunity for parents, carers and young children to participate together. Led by Jenny Edwards Community Dance Artist
LYT Lakesideyouththeatre needs you! WE NOW RUN THREE YOUTH THEATRE GROUPS FOR AGES 8-10, 11-13 AND 14-17 Covering the broadest range of theatre skills including devising and improvising, text, mask, mime, dance and music. For more information please call Emily Dawkes on 0115 846 7185
Our fifth festival promises to be as exciting and colourful as previous years. In 2009 we welcome companies from as far afield as Quebec and Hungary. Look out for the Festival brochure available in March 09 or for more information, go to: www.lakesidearts.org.uk
DJANOGLY GALLERY CLOSURE MONDAY 19 JANUARY – FRIDAY 27 FEBRUARY The Djanogly Art Gallery presented its first exhibition in 1992 and has been in continual use since that time. During the end of January and February 2009 the gallery will be closed to allow us to carry out some essential maintenance and renovation work and will open its doors again for the start of the spring season with The American Scene.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE HUI-CHEN LIN
Image: Before the Beginning
Lakeside is delighted to announce the appointment of our new artist-inresidence Hui-Chen (Annie) Lin who will be working in the studio at the DH Lawrence Pavilion for a 12-month period until November 2009. Annie received her initial training in Taiwan where she learned traditional forms of eastern painting which she has subsequently translated into a contemporary idiom during studies undertaken for her MA and Professional Doctorate in Fine Art at University of East London. Apart from her own studio practice, Annie will be engaged in various public activities at Lakeside and we look forward to inviting you to meet her and see her work in the forthcoming programme.
DJANOGLY ART GALLERY
FRIDAY 14 NOVEMBER SUNDAY 18 JANUARY 2009 DJANOGLY ART GALLERY ADMISSION FREE
FIGURING LIGHT COLOUR AND THE INTANGIBLE Figuring Light brings together four artists Duncan Bullen, Jane Bustin, Rebecca Partridge, and Richard Kenton Webb - who are each making a distinctive contribution to the study of colour.
Looking beyond the physical, optical, psychological, or philosophical properties of colour, their works consider its continuing mystery. Like the refracted colours of the prism they point to the insubstantial and invisible, giving physical form and expression to that which lies beyond the boundaries of sensory perception. The mysterious forms of Richard Kenton Webb’s intense paintings and delicate plaster sculptures suggest the distinctive quality and ‘movement’ he associates with the colour red, whilst Rebecca Partridge’s dynamic canvases offer an intensely coloured realisation of an inner synaesthetic experience. In contrast the quiet intensity of Duncan Bullen’s drawings and Jane Bustin’s paintings draws the viewer in to be mesmerised by their luminous atmospheres. These works propose new ways of seeing the world and understanding reality, allowing colour to be a figuring of light; a representation of the intangible. Figuring Light has been curated for the Djanogly Art Gallery by Dr. Richard Davey, Visiting Fellow School of Art and Design, Nottingham Trent University
LECTURES THURSDAY 13 NOVEMBER 6.30-7.30PM (FOLLOWED BY PRIVATE VIEW) DJANOGLY ART GALLERY LECTURE THEATRE ADMISSION FREE An illustrated introduction to Figuring Light by the exhibitionâ€™s curator Dr. Richard Davey
WEDNESDAY 14 JANUARY 6.30-7.30PM DJANOGLY ART GALLERY LECTURE THEATRE ADMISSION FREE An opportunity to meet the artists featured in Figuring Light in a round table discussion introduced and chaired by Richard Davey.
GALLERY TALK THURSDAY 4 DECEMBER 1-2PM DJANOGLY ART GALLERY ADMISSION FREE A guided tour of the exhibition with Dr. Richard Davey Images Opposite page top left: Richard Kenton Webb Opposite page bottom left: Duncan Bullen Opposite page right: Rebecca Partridge This page: Jane Bustin
All the lectures and talks are free but space is limited so please book in advance by calling the Box Office on 0115 846 7777
THE AMERICAN SCENE PRINTS FROM HOPPER TO POLLOCK A BRITISH MUSEUM TOUR Featuring over eighty works by sixty artists, the exhibition includes prints by Edward Hopper, Louise Bourgeois, Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock. The prints have been carefully selected from the collection of the British Museum to show the various episodes in American printmaking as well as providing a visually stunning pictorial anthology. Opening with the social realism of the Ashcan School in the first decade of the last century, the exhibition encompasses the arrival of modernism following the landmark Armory Show of 1913 and the rise of the skyscrapers as the symbol of modern progress and prosperity. The optimism of the Jazz Age was followed by the Depression when printmaking was encouraged through the Federal Art Project which provided relief to unemployed artists.
SATURDAY 28 FEBRUARY SUNDAY 19 APRIL DJANOGLY ART GALLERY ADMISSION FREE The American Scene: Prints from Hopper to Pollock features spectacular images of American society and culture made during a period of great social and political change from the early 1900s to 1960 and charts the emergence of a consciously American subject matter and artistic identity in the twentieth century.
The political engagement of artists with the rise of Fascism in Europe in the 1930s and the response to America’s entry into the Second World War after the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, are vividly expressed in a number of the prints. The influx of émigrés from Europe, such as the influential Bauhaus artist Josef Albers, had a significant impact on post-war developments in American art. The exhibition concludes with abstract expressionism, the first major international art movement generated in the United States. The exhibition is supported by the Terra Foundation for American Art. Opposite: Louis Lozowick, New York. Lithograph, c.1925 © Lee Lozowick Above: James E. Allen, The Connectors. Etching, c.1934. Courtesy Mary Ryan Gallery, New York
Image: Hugo Gellert, The Fifth Column. Screenprint, c. 1943. Courtesy Mary Ryan Gallery, New York
THE AMERICAN SCENE LECTURE SERIES FRIDAY 27 FEBRUARY (FOLLOWED BY PRIVATE VIEW) Douglas Tallack, Professor of American Studies, will launch The American Scene lecture series with an introduction to the British Museum exhibition prior to the opening. WEDNESDAY 4 MARCH Workers at Home and Work: Ashcan School to Social Realism Dr. John Fagg, Lecturer, American and Canadian Studies. WEDNESDAY 11 MARCH Early American Modernism: Abstraction and the City Mark Rawlinson, Lecturer, Art History. WEDNESDAY 18 MARCH Struggle is a Beautiful Thing: Labour, History and Aesthetic Experimentation in African American Prints Celeste-Marie Bernier, Lecturer, American and Canadian Studies. WEDNESDAY 25 MARCH The Hearing Eye: Jazz and Blues Influences in African American Visual Art Graham Lock, Special Lecturer in American Music, and David Murray, Professor of American and Literature and Culture. WEDNESDAY 1 APRIL Painting America(n): Emile de Antonio's 'Painters Painting' and American Art, 1945-1970 Richard King, Professor Emeritus, American Intellectual History.
VENUE: ARTS CENTRE LECTURE THEATRE TIME: 6.30PM - 7.30PM Places are free but space is limited, so please book in advance by calling the box office on 0115 846 7777.
GUIDED TOURS Guided tours of The American Scene will be given each Thursday and alternate Saturdays from 1-1.45pm throughout the exhibition by specialists in the fields of twentieth-century art and American culture from the University. These talks are free but so that we can control group sizes please make your booking(s) in advance by calling 0115 846 7777 and tell us which of the following dates you wish to attend: THURSDAYS: 5, 12, 19, 26 MARCH; 2, 9, 16 APRIL SATURDAYS: 7, 21 MARCH; 4, 18 APRIL *please note that talks in the gallery are not seated events and whilst every effort will be made to accommodate elderly and disabled visitors they do involve standing and some movement around the gallery.
Image: Robert Gwathmey, The Hitchhiker. Screenprint, 1937, ©DACS, London/VAGA, New York 2008
THE AMERICAN SCENE PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP ACTIVITIES FOR FAMILIES, ADULTS AND SCHOOLS EASTER WORKSHOPS FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN*
WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS (18 years and over)
MONDAY 6 APRIL 10AM - 12.30PM
SATURDAY 4 APRIL 10AM - 4PM £45/£40 CONCESSION
COLLOGRAPH PRINTMAKING Create unique prints with textured printing plates using a mixture of collage materials and rubbing, rolling and pressing techniques. Led by Jane Stockley.
DRYPOINT AND ETCHING: PRINTMAKING MASTERCLASS Looking closely at the work of Edward Hopper and Martin Lewis, this workshop explores two popular traditional etching techniques.
THURSDAY 16 APRIL 10AM - 12.30PM
BLOCK PRINTING ON FABRIC
SATURDAY 18 APRIL 10AM - 4PM £45/£40 CONCESSION
Explore texture, colour and pattern through a variety of block printing techniques on fabric.
FRIDAY 17 APRIL 10AM - 12.30PM
CAMPUS ON CAMERA Using the cityscapes in The American Scene exhibition as inspiration, this workshop aims to introduce youngsters to some of the basics of photography as well as the manmade environment as a subject.
Combining drawing, cutting and collage, this workshop guides participants towards the creation of unique prints in the style of some of the great American printmakers. TUESDAY 3 - TUESDAY 31 MARCH INCLUSIVE 6PM - 9PM £110/£95 CONCESSION
PRINTMAKING EVENING COURSE
FREE PRINTMAKING WORKSHOPS FOR SCHOOLS MONDAY 9 - FRIDAY 13 MARCH 10AM - 4PM VISUAL ARTS WORKSHOP SPACE
PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP One-day workshops introducing the technique of drypoint. Ideal for beginners. Suitable for students 16+. WEDNESDAYS 18, 25 MARCH & 2 APRIL FRIDAYS 20, 27 MARCH & 3 APRIL 10AM - 3PM One-day workshops introducing different techniques of monoprinting and collography. Suitable for students 8-12 years. For further information and booking please contact Tracey Isgar, Visual Arts Assistant, on 0115 951 3189 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Designed as an introduction to some of the basic processes of relief and intaglio printmaking, including monoprint, lino-cutting and simple etching techniques.
In the unlikely event that any of the above workshops are under-subscribed, Lakeside reserves the right to cancel four working days in advance and bookers will be notified and refunded. For other art workshop activities covering the Christmas and Spring half term periods see p 15 & 16. *See page 16 for terms and conditions.
EXHIBITION CATALOGUE by Stephen Coppel, with the assistance of Jerzy Kierkuc-Bielinski, £25 (paperback). Available from the Djanogly Art Gallery.
THE AMERICAN SCENE MUSIC EVENTS
TOMORROW’S WARRIORS JAZZ ORCHESTRA THE SMITH QUARTET THURSDAY 19 MARCH 7.30PM (finishes at approximately 9.15pm) DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £12 (£9 CONCESSION) Ian Humphries, violin Darragh Morgan, violin Nic Pendelbury, viola Deirdre Cooper, cello
GLASS ‘Company’ String Quartet No.2 CAGE Quartet in Four Parts GERSHWIN Lullaby NANCARROW String Quartet No.1 IVES String Quartet No.2
For almost twenty years The Smith Quartet has been at the forefront of contemporary music. They have built an impressive repertoire by many of the world’s most exciting composers and have established an international reputation for a dynamic style and an original approach to contemporary music. The Quartet recently released the Complete String Quartets by Philip Glass on Signum Classics to considerable critical acclaim. 6.30 - 7.15pm Pre-concert guided tour of the The American Scene exhibition in the Djanogly Art Gallery
LECTURE: THE AMERICAN STRING QUARTET IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: FROM PICTORIALISM TO ABSTRACTION DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL TUESDAY 10 MARCH 4.30 – 6PM ADMISSION FREE Members of the public are warmly invited to attend the guest lecture by Professor David Nicholls (University of Southampton) in the Department of Music’s weekly colloquia series. Professor Nicholls, whose publications include American Experimental Music, 1890-1940 and a biography of John Cage, will provide a fascinating insight into the programme that the Smith Quartet will perform on 19 March.
DUKE ELLINGTON’S THE QUEEN’S SUITE WEDNESDAY 25 FEBRUARY 8PM DJANOGLY THEATRE £15 (£12 CONCESSION) On 18 October 1958 Duke Ellington was presented to Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh at a private reception to mark the bicentenary of Leeds Festival. So inspired was Ellington by this meeting that he promised to compose a suite in honour of The Queen. Inspired by the beauty and majesty of nature, The Queen's Suite - one of Ellington's most beautiful works which he dedicated to HM The Queen - remained hidden from the public until after Ellington's death when it received its premiere in 1998 in Oldham, UK performed by the Bob Wilber Orchestra.
MOONLIGHTERS RUSH-HOUR CONCERT WEDNESDAY 25 FEBRUARY 5.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL ADMISSION FREE University of Nottingham student big band Moonlighters presents a short concert of music following workshops with members of Tomorrow’s Warriors Jazz Orchestra. With thanks to Michael and Maureen Keywood for supporting student jazz workshops.
SUNDAY 15 MARCH 7.30PM University Choir performs 'Lux aeterna', a concert of 20th century American choral music. See page 29 for details.
THE AMERICAN SCENE FILM SEASON
IN ASSOCIATION WITH BROADWAY CINEMA
Lakeside and Broadway bring you a season of films complementing The American Scene. All films will be screened at Broadway Cinema, Broad Street, Hockley, Nottingham.
CHECK WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK OR MARCH 2009 BROADWAY BROCHURE NEARER TIME ALL TICKETS FROM BROADWAY BOX OFFICE, FROM MARCH 09. 0115 952 6611. ALL FILMS CORRECT AT TIME OF PUBLICATION BUT MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
SUN 8 ‘TIS AUTUMN: THE SEARCH FOR JACKIE PARIS 15 Dir: Raymond De Felitta US 2008 1hr 39mins
In the 1950s and ’60s the ItalianAmerican jazz singer Jackie Paris packed New York jazz clubs, released five albums and toured with Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie. All too soon, however, his career appeared to be over, and many believed he had died. What happened? To answer this question, Raymond De Felitta seeks out the man whom the singer Billy Vera describes as “Chet Baker times 10.”
SUN 22 POLLOCK 18 Dir: Ed Harris US 2000 2hrs 3mins With: Ed Harris, Marcia Gay Harden, Tom Bower
A beautifully crafted film about the legendary American painter Jackson Pollock and his fellow artist and lover Lee Krasner.
SUN 29 MAKE IT MODERN Dirs: Various US 1936-1946 2hrs
SUN 1 BONNIE & CLYDE 15 Dir: Arthur Penn US 1967 1hr 47mins With: Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, Michael J Pollard
One of the landmark films of the 1960s, Bonnie and Clyde changed the course of American cinema, setting a milestone for screen violence. An immensely stylish account of the Depression-era killer couple, it’s very bloody, sometimes very funny, and always wonderful to look at.
SUN 15 THE GRAPES OF WRATH PG Dir: John Ford US 1940 2hrs 9mins With: Henry Fonda, Jane Darwell, John Carradine
John Steinbeck's classic novel, brought to the screen by the poet of American cinema, John Ford. It tells of the traumatic journey made by an Oklahoma family heading west to begin a new life.
A programme of films created by artists of distinction working in the US. Hans Richter's 1946 film Dreams That Money Can Buy features a penniless protagonist who has the ability to create dreams and devises a business selling them to others. Among his customers are Man Ray, Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp and Fernand Leger, all of whom make a contribution to the film. This will be preceded by "optical music" Allegretto (Oskar Fischinger) and the avant-garde Meshes of the Afternoon (Maya Deren)
WALLNER GALLERY LAKESIDE’S SMALL SCALE EXHIBITION SPACE
DH LAWRENCE PAVILION FREE
FRIDAY 16 JANUARY – SUNDAY 22 FEBRUARY
LUCINDA CHUA Nottingham Trent University graduate Lucinda Chua presents a retrospective of her photography from the late 1980s to the present. This show takes an ironic look at the notion of the retrospective exhibition, displaying a lifetime’s work of a talented emerging artist. In doing so, the exhibition stands as a conceptual art piece in its own right, as well as showcasing Chua’s own stunning photographic talent.
FRIDAY 27 FEBRUARY - SUNDAY 12 APRIL
GEOFF DIEGO LITHERLAND MULTIVERSES Including work selected for this year’s John Moores Painting Prize, Litherlands’ bold canvasses combine bright kitsch colours superimposed on washes of primeval earth tones. Winner, Nottingham Castle Exhibition Prize, Nottingham Open 2008.
MEET THE ARTISTS
Image top: Lucinda Chua, Lost Book Image bottom: Geoff Diego Litherland, Flying Spaghetti God oil on linen 2008
6 - 7.30PM An opportunity to meet the artists and view the exhibitions with a glass of wine. These are free events but please book in advance by calling the Box Office on 0115 846 7777.
THURSDAY 15 JANUARY
LUCINDA CHUA THURSDAY 26 FEBRUARY
GEOFF DIEGO LITHERLAND
Making art affordable Own art loans are designed to make it easy and affordable for you to buy original, high quality contemporary craft. You can borrow up to £2,000, or as little as £100, to be paid back in equal instalments over a period of 10 months – interest free* Own art loans will be available this year at Lustre for the purchase or commission of items from exhibiting artists. Look out for the Own Art logo and ask our staff for details.
*Typical 0% APR The Djanogly Art Gallery is a licensed broker of Own Art loans. Registered address: Lakeside Arts Centre, University Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD
CRAFT AT LAKESIDE
Pre.cious The exhibition compliments the year round showcase of contemporary craft at Lakeside.
The Jewellerey of Carol Gwizdak January – March 09 Pre.cious – adj 1. worth a great deal of money 2. highly valued, much loved, or considered to be of great importance. 3. rare or unique and therefore to be used wisely or sparingly or treated with care (Encarta 1999)
WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES IN VISUAL ART
SCHOOL’S OUT CHRISTMAS AND HALF TERM WORKSHOPS FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN*
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR
TUESDAY 30 DECEMBER 1-3PM
WEDNESDAY 18 FEBRUARY 10AM - 12.30PM
COLOUR BLIND Create works of textile art designed for the window
WEDNESDAY 31 DECEMBER 1-3PM Our family workshops are designed for children and their parents and carers to work creatively and have fun together. Places for all workshops should be booked in advance on 0115 846 7777. Tickets cost £8 for children and £6 for adults. Unless stated otherwise all workshops are for 5-12 year olds (under 7’s must be accompanied by an adult).
AND THERE WAS LIGHT… Welcome in the New Year with colourful lanterns inspired by our exhibition Figuring Light
SILK PAINTING Led by Jessica Kemp, this workshop explores the use of resist techniques to create colourful, flowing designs on fabric
THURSDAY 19 FEBRUARY 10AM - 12.30PM 10-15 YEAR OLDS
COOL - IT’S ANIME!
Fun workshop making celebratory colour mobile sculptures
Run by children’s book illustrator Martin Wright, this workshop focusses on the ever-popular Japanese Anime cartoon style. Come along, see how it’s done and create your own!
All the above workshops will take place in the Angear Visitors Centre, Djanogly Art Gallery building.
FRIDAY 20 FEBRUARY 10AM - 12.30PM
SATURDAY 3 JANUARY 1-3PM
MAGICAL MASKS Masks have been around since the dawn of time and different styles have developed in every corner of the world. In this workshop led by Philip Dunn, you will be able to choose from a selection of sophisticated yet simple-to-make designs before using a variety of materials and your own imagination to create something quite unique. All the above workshops will take place in the DH Lawrence pavilion.
GALLERY ART GROUP (GAG) For ages 11-16, GAG is designed to introduce young people to a variety of art skills from painting and drawing to film and photography based on our gallery exhibitions. Saturday mornings from 10am to 12 noon during school term times. The cost is £45 for the term.
LITTLE GAG For ages 8-10, Little GAG provides a week by week fun introduction to painting, drawing and sculpture. Saturday afternoons from 1pm to 2.30pm during school term times. The cost is £35 for the term. BOOKINGS FOR GAG AND LITTLE GAG OPEN ON MONDAY 1 DECEMBER. CONTACT THE BOX OFFICE ON 0115 846 7777.
WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS (18 years and over) Places for all workshops should be booked in advance on 0115 846 7777. All workshops take place in the Visual Arts Workshop Space in the DH Lawrence Pavilion.
SATURDAY 14 FEBRUARY 10AM - 4PM £30/£25 CONCESSION
‘THE FLOWER AND THE SHELTERING TREE’ To mark St. Valentine’s Day this workshop led by Sam Poyser will employ poetry, textiles, jewellery, drawing and printing on vintaged papers, to create an original artwork in celebration of love and friendship.
SATURDAY 21 FEBRUARY 10AM - 4PM £45/£40 CONCESSION
INTRODUCTION TO PRINTMAKING An excellent introduction to two printmaking techniques – linocut and drypoint - including the use of specialist tools, inking, proofing and printing. Suitable for those with little or no knowledge of the subject. In the unlikely event that any of the above workshops are under-subscribed, Lakeside reserves the right to cancel four working days in advance and bookers will be notified and refunded.
WESTON GALLERY TALKS... Places are limited so please book your tickets with the Box Office on 0115 8467777.
FRIDAY 5 DECEMBER 2008 - SUNDAY 22 MARCH 2009 ADMISSION FREE
WINDOWS ON WAR SOVIET POSTERS 1943-1945 FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM’S MANUSCRIPTS AND SPECIAL COLLECTIONS Russia is under attack: all are called to bolster the war effort, even artists and poets. They created an extraordinary set of posters. Some were handmade (called ‘windows’), while some were printed, with cartoons or sentimental images, and biting or emotive captions. The posters were responses to the war news channelled by the Soviet Telegraphic Agency (TASS) which sponsored the painters and writers. The Windows were stencilled in hundreds, while the printed posters had runs of thousands. Their life was short, their relevance brief, but their impact vivid. Relatively few of the original 1250 Windows survive but an exceptional collection of 129 posters is held by The University of Nottingham, within the research holdings of Manuscripts and Special Collections. The original posters are now fragile, requiring special preservation conditions, but their colours still vibrant: digital reproduction techniques have made possible this rare exhibition, the first from the University collection.
PERFORMING ARTS WORKSHOP THURSDAY 15 JANUARY 1PM - 2PM ADMISSION FREE
ARTS CENTRE LECTURE THEATRE TUESDAY 27 JANUARY 6PM - 7PM ADMISSION FREE
PLANNED PRODUCTION AND CHANCE SURVIVAL
THE SOVIET WAR POSTERS
ARTS CENTRE LECTURE THEATRE SATURDAY 28 FEBRUARY 11.30AM - 4PM £15 (£12 CONCESSIONS) INCLUDES LUNCH AND REFRESHMENTS
The exhibition curators explain how the TASS Windows were made, describe the survival of the University collection, and illustrate the physical challenges faced in providing access to such materials.
Professor Stephen White, University of Glasgow, author of The Bolshevik Poster (1988), introduces the Soviet war posters in the context of Russian history.
In conjunction with the Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies. Sponsored by Centre for Russian, Central and East European Studies (CRCEES) as part of the Winter Festival 08-09.
SOVIET WAR POSTERS 1943-1945 An opportunity to take another look at the exhibition under the guidance of experts, including Christina Lodder, Professor of Russian Art, University of St Andrews, and Dr Rolf Hellebust, Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies, University of Nottingham. Sessions will explore the historical, literary and artistic contexts that inspired the poster themes and images. Full details of the study day content available in February 2009.
CHAMBER AND EARLY
Photo: Ricardo Alcaide
THURSDAY 18 DECEMBER 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £12 (£9 CONCESSION)
THURSDAY 29 JANUARY 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £12 (£9 CONCESSION)
ENGLISH CORNETT AND SACKBUT ENSEMBLE
WITH GUEST ARTIST MARK CHAMBERS, COUNTERTENOR A GERMAN CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL A joyful programme of German Renaissance music by Scheidt, Albert, Praetorius and Fuhrmann to celebrate the Christmas season. The English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble is joined by countertenor Mark Chambers for a festival of music celebrated in the cities of north Germany at the beginning of the seventeenth century, including well-known songs such as ‘In dulci jubilo’ as well as less familiar melodies. The concert finishes at approximately 9.15pm
PER MONSIEUR PISENDEL Adrian Chandler, violin Gareth Deats, cello Robert Howarth, harpsichord VIVALDI Sonata per Monsieur Pisendel in C minor RV6 ALBINONI Sonata composta per il Signor Pisendel in B flat, So 32 PISENDEL Sonata in D for violin and continuo ALBINONI Sonata in G minor for violin and continuo, So 33 PISENDEL Sonata in E minor for violin and continuo VIVALDI Sonata per Monsieur Pisendel in C, RV2 A tribute to the great German Baroque virtuoso violinist Johann Georg Pisendel featuring six virtuoso baroque violin sonatas by Vivaldi, Albinoni and Pisendel. This small and perfectly formed early music ensemble creates a warm and passionate musical sound. ‘La Serenissima's sound was crisp, clear, vibrant and exciting - and crucially, they drew the audience in with a real sense of fun…I cannot recommend them highly enough.’ Early Music Today, April/May, 2007 The concert finishes at approximately 9.15pm
CHAMBER AND EARLY
SATURDAY 31 JANUARY 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £15 (£12 CONCESSION)
NAVARRA STRING QUARTET & SACCONI STRING QUARTET Navarra String Quartet
Sacconi String Quartet
Xander van Vliet, violin Marije Ploemacher, violin Simone van der Giessen, viola Nathaniel Boyd, cello
Ben Hancox, violin Hannah Dawson, violin Robin Ashwell, viola Cara Berridge, cello
BRAHMS String Sextet No.1 in B flat, Op.18 MENDELSSOHN Octet in E flat, Op.20 BRAHMS String Sextet No.2 in G, Op.36 Two outstanding young string quartets combine for a programme that includes both Brahms’s String Sextets and the Mendelssohn Octet. Between them, the Sacconi and Navarra String Quartets have received numerous prestigious international prizes and awards and have performed throughout the UK and Europe. 6.45pm Pre-concert talk by Robert Pascall The concert finishes at approximately 9.30pm Images: Sussie Ahlburg
SATURDAY 14 FEBRUARY 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £12 (£9 CONCESSION)
VOGLER STRING QUARTET
THURSDAY 5 FEBRUARY 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £12 (£9 CONCESSION)
Tim Vogler, violin Frank Reinecke, violin Stefan Fehlandt, viola Stephan Forck, violon cello
WALDSTEIN ENSEMBLE Gerhard Schulz, violin Isabel Charisius, viola Lilia Schulz-Bayrova, cello Noam Greenberg, piano
HAYDN String Quartet in C, Op.74/1 Erwin SCHULHOFF String Quartet No.1 BEETHOVEN String Quartet in E minor Op.59 No.2
REGER String Trio in A minor, Op.77b FAURÉ Piano Quartet No.1 in C minor, Op.15 DVORÁK Piano Quartet No.2 in E flat, Op.87 v
The Waldstein Ensemble was founded in 2008 by Gerhard Schulz and Isabel Charisius who were members of the world famous Alban Berg String Quartet, along with Bulgarian cellist Lilia Schulz-Bayrova and Israeli pianist Noam Greenberg. Reger wrote his String Trio in A minor in 1904 in homage to the rococo elegance of Mozart’s music. Although an early work, there is an emotional intensity to Fauré’s First Piano Quartet. Dvorák completed his second piano quartet a week before starting on the Eighth Symphony. The grand sweeping gestures and changes of mood are at times symphonic in conception and it remains one of his most popular chamber works. v
The concert finishes at approximately 9.25pm
The concert opens with Haydn’s sparkling String Quartet in C, Op.74/1, one of six quartets dedicated to the Hungarian aristocrat Count Apponyi that were nonetheless intended for public concert and first performed in the 1794 London season. Erwin Schulhoff’s String Quartet No.1 was written in 1924 and draws inspiration from Czech and Slovak folk music and rhythms. Completing the programme, Beethoven’s second ‘Razumovsky’ Quartet is dramatic and profoundly moving. The concert finishes at approximately 9.10pm
CHAMBER AND EARLY
THURSDAY 19 FEBRUARY 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £12 (£9 CONCESSION)
MORGAN SZYMANSKI & O DUO Morgan Szymanski, guitar Oliver Cox, percussion Owen Gunnell, percussion Since making an outstandingly successful debut as a trio in Lucerne, O Duo and Morgan Szymanski have gone on to record and give concerts in the UK, Paris and Spain. Their programmes include some show-stopping arrangements of music by Latin American composers from Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Venezuela and others, making for a wonderfully invigorating evening of sheer colour, rhythm, wit and dazzling virtuosity. Tonight’s concert features music by Piazzolla, Bellinati and Machado amongst others and the world premiere of a new work especially written for them by Stephen McNeff called Los Ambulantes. These are the street people of Mexico City who move through the traffic like jugglers and acrobats. O Duo also performs music by Chopin and Minoru Miki’s mesmerizing Marimba Spiritual and Morgan performs music by Agustin Barrios Mangore. The concert finishes at approximately 9.15pm
THURSDAY 26 FEBRUARY 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £12 (£9 CONCESSION)
CEDRIC TIBERGHIEN PIANO BRAHMS Klavierstücke, Op.76 LISZT La Vallée d'Obermann (from Années de Pèlerinage, book 1) BARTÓK 3 Songs from the District of Csík BARTÓK 6 Bulgarian Danses (from Mikrokosmos Vol. VI) BARTÓK 6 Danses Populaires Roumaines BRAHMS 10 Hungarian Dances Cédric Tiberghien is one of the most exciting artists to emerge from France in recent years. Internationally, Tiberghien's career rapidly came to prominence when he won the 1998 Long-Thibaud Competition in Paris and since then he has performed in the great concert halls in Europe and America, with an impressive line up of international orchestras and conductors. He has made acclaimed recordings of Brahms, Chopin and Debussy and is known particularly for his interpretations of the Romantic repertoire. Liszt’s La Vallée d’Obermann is the longest piece in the Années de Pèlerinage collection and is the most emotionally intense, its initial melancholy transforming through pensive contemplation to reach a dramatic climax. In the second half of the concert Tiberghien explores Bartók and Brahms’s contrasting approaches to Hungarian folk music. The concert finishes at approximately 9.15pm
CHAMBER AND EARLY
SATURDAY 7 MARCH 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £12 (£9 CONCESSION)
THURSDAY 12 MARCH 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £15 (£12 CONCESSION)
MANCHESTER CAMERATA WIND ENSEMBLE
RED PRIEST PIRATES OF THE BAROQUE
ZEMLINSKY Humoresque REICHA Wind Quintet in E flat, Op.88 No.2 ARNOLD Divertimento for flute, oboe and clarinet Gilbert VINTER Two Miniatures MILHAUD 'La Cheminée du Roi René' LIGETI Six Bagatelles HINDEMITH Kleine Kammermusik
Piers Adams, recorders Julia Bishop, violin Angela East, cello Howard Beach, harpsichord
A varied and exciting programme of predominantly 20thcentury music for wind instruments. With the exception of Anton Reicha, a Classical composer and good friend of Beethoven, this whole programme explores the array of styles, moods and musical ideas that dominated the 20th century, from the lyrical nature of Milhaud’s La Cheminée du Roi Réné to the neo-Classical music of Hindemith. As well as the musical giants Ligeti and Arnold, known widely for their film music (Ligeti famously for the soundtrack to Kubrick’s 2001: Space Odyssey) as well as being important composers in their own right, this is a chance to hear musical gems by the lesser known Gilbert Vinter and Alexander von Zemlinsky. The concert finishes at approximately 9.05pm
Stolen masterworks and long-lost jewels of the baroque era performed with swashbuckling virtuosity. Red Priest returns with a programme that explores one of the most colourful periods in music history. The leading musicians from the Baroque era were pioneers and adventurers, riding the seas of change with wild abandon, ever searching for new musical treasures to titillate the ears and move the souls of the public. Red Priest explores musical piracy amongst baroque composers including Vivaldi, Albinoni, Tartini, Handel, Bach and Leclair, as well as the less well-known Simonetti and Giazotto. ‘The UK's most dynamic, theatrical and outrageously different baroque ensemble…Red Priest has the fire, technical ability and sheer daring to bring it off…brilliant and inspired musicianship.’ Gramophone The concert finishes at approximately 9.15pm
SATURDAY 21 MARCH 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £12 (£9 CONCESSION)
PEI-JEE NG CELLO & MIYAKO MACHIDA PIANO SHOSTAKOVICH Cello Sonata in D minor, Op.40 LUTOSLAWSKI Grave for cello and piano RACHMANINOV Cello Sonata in G minor, Op.19 Born in Australia in 1984, Pei-Jee Ng grew up in Adelaide and studied at the Queensland Conservatorium and Elder Conservatorium. In 2001 he was Symphony Australia Young Performer of the Year and in 2003 won a scholarship to the Royal Northern College of Music where he studies with Ralph Kirshbaum. Pei-Jee has already performed widely in Australia, the Far East and Europe. This season sees the release of his debut CD and recitals at the Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room and the Lincoln Centre, New York. He was recently selected for representation by the Young Concert Artists Trust. The concert finishes at approximately 9.05pm
CONTEMPORARY, WORLD, FOLK AND JAZZ SATURDAY 24 JANUARY 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £15 (£12 CONCESSION)
JULIAN ARGÜELLES TRIO Julian Argüelles, saxophone Michael Formanek, bass Tom Rainey, drums
THURSDAY 13 DECEMBER 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £15 (£12 CONCESSION)
KOSHKA RUSSIAN WINTER & GYPSY FIRE Oleg Ponomarev, violin Lev Atlas, violin Nigel Clark, guitar Breathtaking Gypsy trio Koshka brings a seasonal flavour from Russia this December. Vibrant, enthralling Gypsy music, played with outrageous bravura, and more than a touch of wit and innovation, interspersed with tale and anecdote to give an insight into the traditions of winter and Christmas in Russia. ‘The chemistry between the performers creates a mesmerizing mix of virtuosity, playfulness & emotional intensity which should not be missed. See them while you can!’ Celtic Connections ‘Their playing is dazzling. This is real virtuosity and I silently vow never to use the word again for playing of less than this sheer, jaw-droppingly high calibre’ Hi-Arts Review 2008
The cutting-edge trio comprising British-born saxophonist Julian Argüelles and New York rhythm section Michael Formanek and Tom Rainey was formed in 2004, and has since toured the UK and USA. Julian Argüelles has played with leading musicians including Hermeto Pascoal, Dave Holland, Django Bates and Kenny Wheeler and is highly regarded as a composer and improviser. The Trio’s CD ‘Partita’ recorded in New York, featuring Julian’s original compositions, received an enthusiastic reception when released in 2006. ‘This is very sophisticated contemporary jazz’ John Fordham, The Guardian
THURSDAY 12 FEBRUARY 7.30PM DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL £15 (£12 CONCESSION)
MATTHEW BARLEY CELLO JULIAN JOSEPH PIANO
WEDNESDAY 4 FEBRUARY 8PM DJANOGLY THEATRE £15 (£12 CONCESSION)
DERVISH In their 15-year career, Dervish has remained consistently at the forefront of Irish traditional music, both as recording artists and performers. Bouzouki, mandola, flute, fiddle bodhran and accordion combine with the unique vocals of the entrancing Cathy Jordan to capture the intricate flavours of the Irish tradition. Their recent sets have also included a couple of carefully selected interpretations of modern songs, including Bob Dylan's ‘Boots of Spanish Leather’ and, from the new album, an early Cher hit ‘Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves’. Surprising choices for an Irish band, but given the Dervish treatment and Cathy Jordan's beautifully measured delivery, these songs fit satisfyingly alongside their more traditional material. This is Celtic music at its finest - in Dervish all the elements that make Irish music come together. Exceptional musicianship, breathtaking vocals, high-energy sets of tunes and instantly compelling songs make Dervish as complete a band as are to be found anywhere in the tradition.
Barley and Joseph have come along very different musical routes to eventually find themselves in a similar place: where there’s a passion to explore all kinds of music, and an openness to the unexpected delights of collaborations. In the first half of the concert, Barley plays solo Bach and Joseph presents a short set of jazz standards, both of them thereby showing their musical roots. In the second half, through the medium of Joseph’s compositions and other jazz works, these two musicians come together, showing their amazing improvisational skills, for a unique musical journey. ‘Matthew Barley is probably the world’s most adventurous cellist!’ Glasgow Herald ‘Julian is arguably the finest pianist of his generation a brilliant, dynamic presence’ Time Out
SUNDAY 7 DECEMBER 7.30PM GREAT HALL, TRENT BUILDING £8 (£5 CONCESSION, £4 UON STUDENT)
SUNDAY 15 FEBRUARY 7.30PM GREAT HALL, TRENT BUILDING £8 (£5 CONCESSION, £4 UON STUDENT)
SUNDAY 1 MARCH 7.30PM GREAT HALL, TRENT BUILDING £8 (£5 CONCESSION, £4 UON STUDENT)
Simon MacRae, conductors Tom Philipott
UNIVERSITY SINFONIA & VIVA VOCE
Jonathan Tilbrook, conductor Simon MacRae, clarinet
BORODIN Overture to 'Prince Igor' COPLAND Appalachian Spring Suite SIBELIUS Symphony No. 2 in D
WEBER Der Freischütz: Overture HINDEMITH Clarinet Concerto BRAHMS Symphony No.2 in D
Join the university’s student-run orchestra for an exciting programme featuring two gems of the twentieth century. Copland’s popular American style pervades one of his most enduring works, his Appalachian Spring Suite. After the interval the orchestra tackles Sibelius’s majestic Second Symphony. The concert opens with the uplifting overture from Borodin’s opera, Prince Igor.
The University Philharmonia’s winter concert opens with Weber's Overture to Der Freischütz, which magically combines themes of love, sorrow and nature in music that was to have a profound effect on subsequent composers, notably Berlioz and Wagner. Hindemith wrote his Clarinet Concerto for Benny Goodman in 1947 following his emigration to the USA. Predominately neo-classical in style this attractive concerto veers between lyrical, contemplative moods and joyously effervescent movements. Brahms composed his second symphony while on holiday in the Austrian Alps in 1877 and it has a predominantly genial, almost pastoral, mood with Brahms himself referring to it as ‘the happy symphony’.
TUESDAY 9 DECEMBER 7.15PM ST MARY’S CHURCH, HIGH PAVEMENT ADMISSION FREE
UNIVERSITY CAROL SERVICE WITH VIVA VOCE A traditional service of music and readings for the Christmas season, set in one of Nottingham’s most beautiful churches.
Anna Curzon, conductors Tom Philpott CPE BACH Symphony No. 1 in D MOZART Symphony No. 40 in G minor BEETHOVEN Mass in C Tonight’s concert features music from across the breadth of the classical period. It opens with one of the less frequently performed composers CPE Bach, with his short first symphony. Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 completes the first half. Viva Voce joins the orchestra after the interval, with a performance of Beethoven’s unforgettable Mass in C.
SUNDAY 8 MARCH 7.30PM GREAT HALL, TRENT BUILDING £8 (£5 CONCESSION, £4 UON STUDENT)
SUNDAY 15 MARCH 7.30PM GREAT HALL, TRENT BUILDING £8 (£5 CONCESSION, £4 UON STUDENT)
UNIVERSITY WIND ORCHESTRA & SYMPHONIC WIND ENSEMBLE UNIVERSITY BRASS ENSEMBLE
UNIVERSITY CHOIR LUX AETERNA
Kieran O’Riordan, conductors Neal Osgood Matthew Smith Jenny Hurley ENGLISH CONNECTIONS JACOB William Byrd Suite (excerpts) COATES London Suite: Knightsbridge March HOLST Hammersmith: Prelude and Scherzo Op. 52 HOLST Second Suite in F Nigel HESS Thames Journey Martin ELLERBY New London Pictures In this concert we commemorate the 75th anniversary of the death of Gustav Holst with three of his finest works for band: the hugely influential Second Suite in F, and the extraordinary Hammersmith, in which the slow majesty of the Thames and the bustle of London life are beautifully juxtaposed. In his William Byrd Suite, Gordon Jacob combined the mastery of Byrd’s keyboard writing with the broad palette of band sonorities to create a work of celebratory grandeur. Two linked portraits complete the programme: Nigel Hess’s Thames Journey, which captures the many moods of the great river; and Martin Ellerby’s New London Pictures, a celebration of the landmarks of modern London.
Sarah Tenant-Flowers, conductor Graham Instrall & Daniella Ganeva, percussion Randall THOMPSON Alleluia Eric WHITACRE Lux aurumque Samuel BARBER Agnus Dei Steve REICH Clapping Music Morten LAURIDSEN Lux aeterna Paul SMADBECK Rhythm Song Ward SWINGLE Give us this day Irving BERLIN Blue Skies Agnus Dei, Samuel Barber's moving choral arrangement of his Adagio for Strings, provides the centrepiece for this intriguing blend of American pieces, juxtaposing twentieth-century composers Irving Berlin and Randall Thompson with renowned contemporary writers Whitacre and Lauridsen, and contrasting choral with percussion textures.
LUNCHTIME CONCERTS DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL 1.15PM ADMISSION FREE Student recitals are held weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays during term time beginning Friday 30 January. For more information about programmes please go to www.blowsoc.co.uk or contact the Lakeside Box Office from 3 November.
RUSH-HOUR CONCERTS DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL 5.30PM ADMISSION FREE WEDNESDAY 10 DECEMBER MOONLIGHTERS BIG BAND FRIDAY 20 FEBRUARY KURT WEILL - SONGWRITER FOR THE MODERN WORLD A concert featuring Music Department students - the programme will include songs from Weill's music-theatre compositions of the 1920s as well as songs from his Broadway shows of the 1940s. Dr Nick Sackman will introduce each item. WEDNESDAY 25 FEBRUARY MOONLIGHTERS BIG BAND University of Nottingham student big band Moonlighters presents a short concert of music following workshops with members of Tomorrow’s Warriors Jazz Orchestra. With thanks to Michael and Maureen Keywood for supporting student jazz workshops.
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY CREATIVE FUN FOR THE FAMILY AVAILABLE FROM 22 DECEMBER SEE PAGES 16 AND 42 FOR DETAILS MON 22 DEC
KOREAN STYLE SILK FLAG MAKING
TUES 23 DEC
KOREAN STYLE SILK FLAG MAKING
SUN 28 DEC
DRAGON PUPPET MAKING
TUES 30 DEC
WEDS 31 DEC
AND THEN THERE WAS LIGHT
SAT 3 JAN
SUN 4 JAN
SOUTH EAST ASIAN SHADOW PUPPETRY & STORYTELLING
CHRISTMAS AT LAKESIDE OPENING TIMES
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Chinese New Year at Lakeside JANUARY 2009
In 2009, weâ€™re extending the remit of the Chinese New Year Celebrations to include other Asian communities who also celebrate the lunar festival, so in addition to the time-honoured favourites of the Lion Dance and Dragon dance, audiences at our 1 February outdoor performance and fireworks finale can also look forward to enjoying the evocative sounds of Malay Gamelan and Korean drumming. In our workshop programme which targets everyone aged 8+, you can make silk flags, create miniature - and not so miniature - dragons, learn oriental drumming techniques, create Indonesian shadow puppets, and make Chinese-style lanterns amongst other activities. The programme begins in the Christmas holidays, and will run each weekend through January. (See page 42 for more information and booking). Full details will be available in December on separate publicity material and on our website.
TUESDAY 20 - SATURDAY 31 JANUARY 8PM MATINEES: SATURDAY 24 4PM AND WEDNESDAY 28 1.30PM NO SHOW SUNDAY 25 JANUARY DJANOGLY THEATRE £12 (£9 CONCESSION) MATINEES £7 (£5 CONCESSION) £5 RESTRICTED VIEW RUNNING TIME: 90 MINS WITH INTERVAL NEW PERSPECTIVES THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS
SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT TRANSLATED BY SIMON ARMITAGE ADAPTED AND DIRECTED BY DANIEL BUCKROYD Written by an unknown Midlands poet over six hundred years ago, but as fresh and startling as ever, critically-acclaimed New Perspectives Theatre Company is delighted to present the first ever staging of the powerful new translation from awardwinning poet, playwright and broadcaster, Simon Armitage. When, one New Year’s Day, festivities at the court of King Arthur are interrupted by the arrival of a mysterious Green Knight, and thrown into confusion by the extraordinary challenge he lays down, nobody, least of all the fearless Gawain, is prepared for the terrifying consequences of taking the supernatural stranger at his word. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight tells the haunting human story of a young knight’s epic journey through the changing seasons to find the Green Chapel and keep his appointment with fate. It’s a tale of temptation, romance and chivalry, shot through with rough-knuckled action and tall-tale humour, brought to life with the help of puppets and live music – a dazzling theatrical treat for young and old from the East Midlands’ favourite touring theatre company. Suitable for ages 8+ and their families “Compelling and dramatic” The Independent
SIGNED PERFORMANCE WEDNESDAY 28 JANUARY 8PM AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE THURSDAY 29 JANUARY 8PM WITH TOUCH TOUR 7.15PM
FRIDAY 6 MARCH – SATURDAY 21 MARCH 8PM (NO SHOWS SUNDAY 8 & SUNDAY 15 MARCH) PREVIEWS: FRIDAY 6, SATURDAY 7 & MONDAY 9 MARCH AT 8PM PRESS NIGHT: TUESDAY 10 MARCH AT 8PM MATINEES: SATURDAY 14 & THURSDAY 19 AT 2PM
SIGNED PERFORMANCE WEDNESDAY 18 MARCH 8PM AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE THURSDAY 19 MARCH 8PM WITH TOUCH TOUR 7.15PM
£12 (£9 CONCESSION) PREVIEWS AND MATINEES: £7 (£5 CONCESSION) £5 RESTRICTED VIEW DJANOGLY THEATRE LAKESIDE AND LINCOLN PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE (LPAC) PRESENTS PREMIERE
EMPTY BED BLUES WRITTEN BY STEPHEN LOWE DIRECTED BY MATT ASTON After the national success of his Brian Clough comedy- Old Big ‘Ead in the Spirit of the Man, and the critically acclaimed Smile, Stephen Lowe returns to local “hero”- DH Lawrence – for a moving and passionate study of the pains of love, of living, and of dying.
Penniless and desperate to find a publisher for his “Lady Chatterley”, Lawrence and Frieda turn to a legendary couple of the American “lost generation”, the drug fuelled poet and publisher Harry Crosby and his beautiful sculpturess wife, Caresse. Their passionate experiment in the total excess of living collides with the Lawrence’s more painful relationship into a a major clash of culture, of class and of sexual desire. Empty Bed Blues is a tragic-comic stage poem on life, death, and, above else, the nature of love and betrayal. It is based on the diaries of all four of the characters. This play has scenes of nudity and strong language
In 1929, DH Lawrence and his wife visited two wealthy young Americans, hoping they might finance an edition of Lady Chatterley's Lover. The quartet proves to be a potent, unpredictable combination.
“Stephen Lowe uses this visit brilliantly and movingly to bring into focus the stresses in the relationship between Lawrence and Frieda in those final years” Professor Keith Sagar author of The Life of DH Lawrence and editor of vol.VII in the Cambridge edition of Lawrence's Collected Letters.
EMPTY BEDBLUES BY STEPHEN LOWE
THURSDAY 26 – SATURDAY 28 MARCH 8PM DJANOGLY THEATRE £12 (£9 CONCESSION) £5 RESTRICTED VIEW RUNING TIME: 120 MINS WITH INTERVAL COLLECTIVE ARTISTES IN ASSOCIATION WITH MAKIN PROJECTS PRESENTS
THE AFRICAN COMPANY PRESENTS RICHARD III BY CARLYLE BROWN DIRECTED BY CHUCK MIKE 1821. 40 years before the end of slavery. The African Company, the US’S FIRST black theatre troupe, is preparing to produce Richard III in down town New York, but whether they will be allowed to perform is another matter… “powerful punch…delivered by the power of the entire ensemble…talented, multicultural group from all reaches of the African diaspora… So powerful is the performance, in fact, that its punch will follow you out of the theatre and into the night” - The Washington Times
Would you like to appear on stage with a professional dance company at Lakeside? Protein is looking for mature non-professional performers to join its regular cast for the performance of Dear Body at Lakeside on Tuesday 3 February. To find out more email email@example.com or call 0115 846 7180.
IMAGE: JOHAN PERSSON
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN PERFORMING?
TUESDAY 3 FEBRUARY 8PM DJANOGLY THEATRE £12 (£9 CONCESSION) £5 RESTRICTED VIEW
TUESDAY 24 FEBRUARY 8PM DJANOGLY THEATRE £12 (£9 CONCESSION) £5 RESTRICTED VIEW
WALKER DANCE PARK MUSIC PRESENT
LUCA SILVESTRINI’S THE CHANGING DEAR BODY GAME Physical theatre, comedy and social comment collide in the latest slice of dance theatre from award-winning Protein. A witty satire on our growing fixation with body image and body care, Dear Body combines innovative choreography, distinctive video animation and trademark dark humour, six professional Protein dancers and an ensemble cast of amateur performers from the local community deliver a high-energy body blow to our image-obsessed age! Suitable for ages 16+, contains nudity A co-production with DanceXchange, commissioned by Swindon Dance, DanceXchange, Southbank Centre, Centre Chorégraphique National Roubaix Pas to Calais, Yorkshire Dance and Hextable Dance with support from Brighton Dome and Wyvern Theatre.
The Changing Game, is an emotional look at an eternal human dilemma: change. Can we learn that riding the rollercoaster of life can be as exhilarating as it is daunting? The Changing Game is brought to you by seven dancers, a percussionist and five singers. At its heart is the partnership of Fin Walker’s choreography and Ben Park’s music. The performers are accompanied by a new vocal score, influenced by the soaring, lush harmonies of eastern European devotional music.
TUESDAY 31 MARCH 8PM DJANOGLY THEATRE £12 (£9 CONCESSION) £5 RESTRICTED VIEW RUNNING TIME: 80 MINS WITH INTERVAL CANDOCO DANCE COMPANY PRESENT
HOFESH SHECHTER ‘THE PERFECT HUMAN’ & NIGEL CHARNOCK ‘STILL’ Are you feeling dangerous today? Join us in a chaotic, wild, seriously funny piece about love and loss. Somewhere between sex and death, love and lies is the still centre. Play witness to E4 series ‘Skins’ choreographer Hofesh Shechter’s dynamic exploration of the ‘perfect human’ - a wild ride full of intense and powerful movement. Candoco Dance Company is the leading contemporary dance company of disabled and non-disabled dancers. For ages 16+. Contains strong language and scenes of a mature nature.
WEDNESDAY 10 DECEMBER 8PM DJANOGLY THEATRE £15 (£12 CONCESSION) £5 RESTRICTED VIEW RUNNING TIME: APPROX 100 MINS PHIL MCINTYRE ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS
SIMON DAY ‘WHAT A FOOL BELIEVES’ Winner of the Time Out new act of the year award in 1991. Simon rose to prominence in ‘The Fast Show’. This tour will be his first solo stand up tour ever, with no wigs hats, or comedy glasses. He will attempt to explain what it is like to be a clown, hero, genius, loser and true artist in one show. “The maverick conscience of The Fast Show” N.M.E
SATURDAY 21 FEBRUARY 8PM DJANOGLY THEATRE £15 (£12 CONCESSION) £5 RESTRICTED VIEW RUNNING TIME: 140 MINS
TUESDAY 24 MARCH 8PM DJANOGLY THEATRE £15 (£12 CONCESSION) £5 RESTRICTED VIEW RUNNING TIME: APPROX 110 MINS
RUSSELL KANE GAPING FLAWS
COMEDY STORE MANAGEMENT AND 2 ENTERTAIN PROUDLY PRESENT
2006 was a tub-thumping critical success. 2007 was a sell-out run, garnering an Elizabeth Dukedom of glimmering four and five star reviews. Now he’s back for a third annus! Strap in for some super speed sunderings, cod-sociology, and fizzy rants at the smug elites who try to pulls our strings and tick our boxes.
SIMON BRODKIN IS LEE NELSON Winner of Edinburgh Festival Writers' Guild Best Newcomer. Character comedy at its brilliant best: an hour with Lee Nelson (star of Al Murray's forthcoming ITV sketch show, BBC3's The Wall and Radio 2's Out To Lunch). "Prodigious talent, destined to become a household name" Times.
RHOD GILBERT & THE AWARDWINNING MINCE PIE Multi award-winning Welsh misery Rhod Gilbert is back on the road with his hilarious new if.comedy nominated show. Beginning in a service station, at 2.40am, armed with a travel pillow, a flask and a torch, Rhod demands to know more about the 'Award-Winning Mince Pie' on display on the counter. Suddenly aware of what he is doing, he is forced to acknowledge that he may be having a mild nervous breakdown.. “Face-achingly funny…the audience were genuinely weeping with laughter” Daily Record
SUNDAY BEST ALL TICKETS £6
SUNDAY 8 FEBRUARY 12.30PM & 3.30PM DJANOGLY THEATRE RUNNING TIME: 50 MINS BIG WOODEN HORSE THEATRE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE PRESENTS
DON’T LET THE PIGEON STAY UP LATE! By Mo Willems Adapted for the stage and directed by Adam Bampton-Smith Design by Claire Sutherland, Lighting by Will Evans, Music by Shock Productions, Lyrics by Guy Picot A show full of fun & feathers for children 3 and up!
The Pigeon is back in the sequel to the hugely popular Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! This lively show for children 3 and up is full of fun, feathers, laughter and excitement and features original music and lots of audience participation. It’s time for bed. The Bus Driver wants Pigeon to go to bed, all his friends want him to go to bed, but the question is… WILL YOU LET HIM STAY UP LATE??? Author Mo Willems has won six Emmy Awards as a writer and animator for Sesame Street and is the creator of The Cartoon Network's hit shows Sheep in the Big City and Codename: Kids Next Door. He was recently awarded the Caldecott Honour for children’s literature. Image © Mo Willems
SEE ALSO SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT ON PAGE 32.
CHILDREN AND FAMILIES ALL TICKETS £7
FRIDAY 5 DECEMBER - SUNDAY 11 JANUARY DJANOGLY THEATRE ALL TICKETS £7 RUNNING TIME: 50 MINS 9-11 & 16-19 DECEMBER, 8 & 9 JANUARY 10.30AM & 1.30PM 14, 21, 24, 28 & 31 DECEMBER & 4 & 11 JANUARY 12.30PM & 3.30PM 8 DECEMBER 1.30PM 7 JANUARY 1.30PM & 6.30PM 6, 13, 20, 23, 27 & 30 DECEMBER & 3 & 10 JANUARY 3.30PM & 6.30PM 5 DECEMBER & 6 JANUARY 6.30PM LAKESIDE PRESENTS
THE HAPPY PRINCE AN ADAPTATION BY ANNIE WOOD MATT ASTON - DIRECTOR LAURA MCEWEN - DESIGNER CIARAN BAGNALL - LIGHTING DESIGNER JULIAN BUTLER - COMPOSER High above the city sparkles the golden statue of the Happy Prince. One night a little swallow on his way to Egypt, rests at his feet. Splish splosh… the little bird thinks its raining and shivers…he looks up and realises it isn’t rain, but real tears falling from the statue’s eyes. The statue wants the swallow to help him, but it is growing colder and the bird wants to fly south. What is he to do?
AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE 8 JANUARY 1.30PM WITH TOUCH TOUR 12.45PM SIGNED PERFORMANCE 7 JANUARY 1.30PM
HAPPY PRINCE SUNDAY DROP-IN WORKSHOPS SUNDAY 16 & 23 NOVEMBER 1PM – 4PM VISUAL ARTS WORKSHOP SPACE FREE In December the Wallner Gallery will be transformed with a Happy Prince installation created by children from Bramcote C of E Primary school and artist Julie Bartholomew to compliment the show in the theatre. Come along to Lakeside in November and help Julie add to this festive installation which will be displayed in the Wallner Gallery from 4 December to 11 January.
Suitable for ages 4+ and their families.
The copyright of the play shall remain vested in Annie Wood.
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WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES
CHINESE NEW YEAR WORKSHOPS Over 7,000 people attended last year’s finale celebrations at Lakeside, and this year we’re expanding the programme to include other South Asian countries which also celebrate the Lunar Festival, with more workshops open to people of all ages, and more performances than ever before! A full brochure will be available at the end of December detailing events happening all over the city, but in the meantime BOOK NOW for some Christmas holiday creative fun for the family as part of this year’s expanded programme.
MONDAY 22 & TUESDAY 23 DECEMBER, 10AM – 12PM & 1 - 3PM SUITABLE FOR AGES 5+ AND THEIR FAMILIES £5
KOREAN-STYLE SILK FLAG MAKING Create brilliantly coloured flags and banners for display during this year’s celebrations, and a decorative version to take home.
SUNDAY 28 DECEMBER 12 - 1.30PM & 2.30 - 4PM SUITABLE FOR AGES 5+ AND THEIR FAMILIES £5
CHINESE DRAGON PUPPETS Come along and make your own miniature dragon to take home and help to make some colourful largescale dragon heads.
SUNDAY 4 JANUARY 12 - 1.30PM & 2.30 - 4PM SUITABLE FOR AGES 5+ AND THEIR FAMILIES
SOUTHEAST ASIAN SHADOW PUPPETRY AND STORYTELLING Debbie Guneratne tells stories drawn from ancient Asian legends, illustrated with traditional shadow puppets by Maziah Omar, before there’s a chance to create your own shadow puppets to take home and devise your own stories.
Cafe L (next to the Djanogly Art Gallery) offers counter service with a selection of delicious home made food, sandwiches and salads.
Stylish Food in a stylish location
Open Monday - Saturday 9am-4.30pm. On Sundays, Café L opens from 12-3.30pm.
Open each performance evening for pre-show suppers. Booking advised.
For more information, please call Café L on
Open Monday - Saturday 10am-6pm (until 11pm on performance evenings). Sun/Bank Holidays 11am - 5pm
Serving a selection of freshly prepared hot meals as well as speciality coffees, flavoured teas, wines and beers. Aqua also serves sandwiches and panini from the deli-bar.
0115 846 7179
0115 951 3101
LAKESIDE LUNCHTIME & SNACKTIMES...
LAKESIDE ARTS CENTRE UNIVERSITY PARK NOTTINGHAM NG7 2RD BOX OFFICE OPENING HOURS PERFORMANCE NIGHTS Monday to Saturday 10am until half an hour after start of the performance NON-PERFORMANCE NIGHTS Monday to Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday 12pm - 4pm Payment can be made by cash, cheque (with valid guarantee card), debit or credit card. Cheques should be made payable to The University of Nottingham. The following cards are accepted Delta, Visa, Maestro, Mastercard and Solo. OPENING HOURS Djanogly Art Gallery Monday - Saturday 11am - 5pm Sun/Bank Holidays 12noon - 4pm Café L Monday - Saturday 9am - 4.30pm Sun/Bank Holidays 12noon - 3.30pm Weston Gallery Monday - Friday 11am - 4pm Sat/Sun/Bank Holidays 12noon - 4pm Wallner Gallery and Aqua Monday - Saturday 10am - 6pm (until 11pm on performance evenings) Sun/Bank Holidays 11am - 5pm
ACCESS FOR ALL Lakeside is fully accessible to people with a disability. There is level access, toilets for the disabled, designated car parking across all the venues and wheelchair spaces in both the Djanogly Recital Hall and Djanogly Theatre. Where possible please book wheelchair spaces in advance. There is a Sennheiser Infrared enhanced hearing system in Djanogly Theatre and Performing Arts Workshop Space (where possible headsets should be booked in advance) and an induction loop in Djanogly Recital Hall, Box Office, Djanogly Art Gallery Desk, Cafe L and Aqua. ASSISTANCE DOGS Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas of the building. CONCESSIONS Available to full-time students, in possession of a valid NUS card with photo, state pensioners, registered disabled and their carers, unemployed and children under 16. Please bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets. RESERVATIONS Reservations will be held for a maximum of three working days. On the day of a performance reservations are held until 30 minutes before the start of a show.
STUDENT STANDBY TICKETS Limited numbers of £5 tickets are available for students and under 18s for most performances. Available from 5pm on the day of the performance, subject to status and availability. GROUP DISCOUNTS School and college groups receive one free ticket for a teacher / carer for every nine tickets purchased. All other groups can buy nine tickets and get the tenth one free. (Applies to the cheapest ticket.) To receive a group booking tickets MUST be booked in advance at the same time. Discounts do not apply to workshops. LATECOMERS Latecomers may only be admitted during a suitable break in the performance and at the Duty Manager’s discretion. RETURNS Unfortunately no refunds are available for unused tickets. However if an event sells out we will endeavour to sell on spare tickets if requested. ALL INFORMATION IS CORRECT AT TIME OF GOING TO PRINT. LAKESIDE ARTS CENTRE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE ALTERATIONS TO THE PROGRAMME AS DEEMED NECESSARY.
MAIN VISITOR CAR PARK
CUT THROUGH LANE
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DJANOGLY RECITAL HALL CAR After PARK 6pm
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HOW TO GET HERE
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(in Trent Building)
Lakeside Arts Centre is located at the South Entrance to the University of Nottingham campus, just off the A6005, University Boulevard. If approaching by the M1, leave the motorway at junction 25 and join the A52 to Nottingham. Turn right at the third roundabout (Priory), from there the University is signposted. BUSES Regular bus services operate between Nottingham city centre and the South Entrance of the University. The number 5 runs to and from Long Eaton past the South Entrance every 6-8 minutes in the day and slightly less frequently in the evening. NCT from Mount Street: number 13 (along Castle Boulevard). Number 14 daytime only. NCT number 34 from city centre onto University campus (stops opposite main Lakeside car park) every 10 minutes - daytime and term time only. Trent Barton from Broadmarsh Bus Station: number 5 (along Derby Rd). Please call Nottingham City Transport on 0115 950 6070 or Traveline on 0870 608 2 608 for more travel information.
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CAR PARKING EVENING Visitors may use any of the University parking areas, which are free in the evening and weekends. The most convenient of these can be found on Science Road. DAYTIME Limited free daytime parking is available. This can get busy, so allow extra time. When entering University Park from the south entrance on University Boulevard the Lakeside car park is on the left hand side. Additional pay and display parking is on Science Road, which is first right after the south entrance. DISABLED PARKING There are designated spaces located close to Lakeside’s venues. If you are visiting the Djanogly Art Gallery or Recital Hall enter University Park from the south entrance on University Boulevard, turn first right into Science Road, and then first right again. For the Djanogly Theatre or other venues located inside the DH Lawrence Pavilion there are 2 spaces in the main Lakeside car park, and an additional 9 spaces next to the lake these can be accessed by driving past the main Lakeside car park (to your left), around past the gatehouse, first left off East Drive along the north approach to the DH Lawrence Pavilion.
BOX OFFICE 0115 846 7777 LAKESIDE ARTS CENTRE UNIVERSITY PARK, NOTTINGHAM NG7 2RD
COMING SOON TO LAKESIDE... WEDNESDAY 1 APRIL 8PM DJANOGLY THEATRE £15 (£12 CONCESSION)
TANGO SIEMPRE SUBITANGO From virtuoso displays of tango dance to exquisite tango songs of 1930s’ Buenos Aires and the powerful Nuevo tango music of Astor Piazzolla, Subitango is a breathtaking journey into the heart of Tango Argentino.
This brochure is available in LARGE PRINT. Please call 0115 846 7777
Published on Dec 5, 2008