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Page December Saturday 1

Music: University Philharmonia & Choir

7.30pm

Sunday 2

Exhibitions: Gallery Tour Saturday Night & Sunday Morning

1 - 2pm

Tuesday 4

Exhibitions: Lunchtime talk: Karachi and the wilds of interior Sindh

1 - 2pm

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Thursday 6 - Sunday 30

Children & Families: Two Little Boys Various times see page 33

Thursday 6

Exhibitions: Course: Fact or Fiction: Life in Britain in the 1950s

1 - 3pm

Thursday 6

Exhibitions: Gallery Tour Saturday Night & Sunday Morning

1 - 2pm

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Thursday 6

Music: The University of Nottingham Festival of Lessons and Carols

7.15pm

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Saturday 8

Music: OpSoc

7.30pm

18

Sunday 9

Exhibitions: Gallery Tour Saturday Night & Sunday Morning

1 - 2pm

7

Sunday 9

Music: University Sinfonia

7.30pm

19

Wednesday 12

Exhibitions: Lecture 'Post-War Prosperity'

6.30 - 7.30pm

5

Thursday 13

Exhibitions: Course: Fact or Fiction: Life in Britain in the 1950s

1 - 3pm

8

Thursday 13

Exhibitions: Gallery Tour Saturday Night & Sunday Morning

1 - 2pm

Thursday 13

Music: Joglaresa

7.30pm

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Sunday 16

Workshop & Activities: Winter Wonderland Walk

10am - 12noon

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Thursday 20

Music: Stephen Hough

7.30pm

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Thursday 20

Exhibitions: Course: Fact or Fiction Life in Britain in the 1950s

1 - 3pm

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January Saturday 5

Exhibitions: Thinking Forward Opens

Thursday 10

Exhibitions: Course: Fact or Fiction: Life in Britain in the 1950s

1 - 3pm

8

Saturday 12

Exhibitions: Miao Embroidery from South-West China Opens

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Saturday 12

Workshop & Activities: Craft Club

Sunday 13

Exhibitions: Balls, Boots & Players Closes

Sunday 13

Exhibitions: Saturday Night & Sunday Morning Club

1 - 2pm

Thursday 17

Exhibitions: Course: Fact or Fiction: Life in Britain in the 1950s

1 - 3pm

Saturday 19

Workshop & Activities: Craft Club

11 - 1pm

Sunday 20

Exhibitions: Saturday Night & Sunday Morning Club

1 - 2pm

Sunday 20

Workshop & Activities: Auditions Master Class

10am - 4pm

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Tuesday 22

Drama/Puppetry/New Writing: Passing On (plus post show discussion)

8pm

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Wednesday 23

Exhibitions: Talk 'In Conversation' Shirley Baker/John Bulmer

6.30 - 7.30pm

Wednesday 23

Music: John Aram Quintet 'Saturday Night and Sunday Morning' Suite

8pm

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Wednesday 27

Museum: Unknown, Virtually: Nottingham's Sandstone Caves

1pm

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Thursday 24

Exhibitions: Course: Fact or Fiction: Life in Britain in the 1950s

1 - 3pm

Friday 25

Exhibitions: Water! Pipes, Pumps, Floods and Drains Opens

Saturday 26

Exhibitions: Authors' Readings 'Alan Sillitoe: then and now'

2 - 5.30pm

Saturday 26

Exhibitions: Performance Frank Abbott 'SN&SM: The Mix'

7 - 8.30pm

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Saturday 26

Workshop & Activities: Craft Club

11 - 1pm

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Sunday 27

Children & Families: Why The Lion Danced

1.30pm & 3.30pm

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Sunday 27

Exhibitions: Saturday Night & Sunday Morning Club

1 - 2pm

Sunday 27

Exhibitions: Film 'Report. St Ann's'

1 - 3pm

Sunday 27

Workshop & Activities: Vintage Visuals

10am - 4pm

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Sunday 27

Workshop & Activities: Chinese Lion Mask Making

12.15 - 1pm & 2.15 - 3pm

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Tuesday 29

Drama/Physical Theatre: Robertson's Crusoe: No Man Is An Island...

8pm

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Wednesday 30

Exhibitions: Lecture 'Photographic Networks in Britain 1952-1969'

6.30 - 7.30pm

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Thursday 31

Exhibitions: Course: Fact or Fiction: Life in Britain in the 1950s

1 - 3pm

8

Thursday 31

Exhibitions: Film 'Two Town Mad'

6.30 - 8pm

Thursday 31

Music: sinfonia ViVA

7.30pm

21

Saturday 2

Workshop & Activities: Craft Club

11 - 1pm

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Sunday 3

Exhibitions: Saturday Night & Sunday Morning Club

1 - 2pm

7

Sunday 3

Children & Families/Workshops: Traditional Chinese Arts & Crafts

1 - 4pm

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Sunday 3

Children & Families: Mavis Sparkle

1.30pm & 3.30pm

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Tuesday 5

Dance/Performance: Be Like Water

8pm

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Wednesday 6

Music: Anda Union

8pm

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Wednesday 6

Exhibitions: Lecture: 'Shane Meadows and the British Realist Tradition'

6.30 - 7.30pm

5

Thursday 7

Exhibitions: Course: Fact or Fiction: Life in Britain in the 1950s

1 - 3pm

8

Thursday 7

Exhibitions: Film 'Saturday Night & Sunday Morning'

6.30 - 9.30pm

Thursday 7

Exhibitions: Lunchtime talk: Papplewick Pumping Station

1 - 2pm

15

Saturday 9

Music: Orlando Consort

7.30pm

23

Saturday 9

Workshop & Activities: Craft Club

11 - 1pm

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Sunday 10

Outdoor Event: Notts Anaconda Dragon Boat Morning and 1 - 5pm

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Sunday 10

Outdoor Event: Spring Festival and Chinese New Year

4.30 - 6.30pm

Sunday 10

Exhibitions: Saturday Night & Sunday Morning Club

1 - 2pm

Sunday 10

Workshop & Activities: Solar Plate Portraits

10am - 4pm

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Wednesday 13

Music: Trichotomy

8pm

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Thursday 14

Exhibitions: Course: Fact or Fiction: Life in Britain in the 1950s

1 - 3pm

8

Thursday 14

Music: Madeleine Mitchell & Andrew Ball & pre-concert talk at 6.45pm

7.30pm

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Thursday 14

Exhibitions: Lunchtime Talk: Global Water Stress

1 - 2pm

15

Friday 15

Literature: Alice Oswald

7.30pm

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Friday 15

Exhibitions: Lecture: Michelle Stuart in Conversation with Anna Lovatt

6.30 - 7.30pm

11

Saturday 16

Exhibitions: Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature Opens

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Saturday 16

Exhibitions: Barbara Walker Opens

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Sunday 17

Children & Families/Literature: Michael Rosen

1.30pm & 3.30pm

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Monday 18

Workshop & Activities: Sticks & Stones, Soil & Bones

10am - 12.30pm

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Monday 18

Workshop & Activities: Land Art

1.30 - 4pm

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Tuesday 19

Workshop & Activities: Art from Nature

10am - 12.30pm

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1.30pm - 4pm

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Tuesday 19

Workshop & Activities: Colour Chemistry

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Thursday 21

Exhibitions: Gallery Tour Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature

1 - 2pm

11

Thursday 21

Music: Royal String Quartet

7.30pm

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Thursday 21

Workshop & Activities: Technical Theatre workshop

10am - 3.30pm

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Saturday 23

Music: Kíla

8pm

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Sunday 24

Music: University Philharmonia

7.30pm

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Sunday 24

Children & Families: The Nightingale

1.30pm & 3.30pm

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Tuesday 26

Children & Families/Schools: Rubbish

10.30am & 1.30pm

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Wednesday 27

Children & Families/Schools: Rubbish

10.30am & 1.30pm

40

Wednesday 27

Museum: The Hallton Treasure: An Iron Man Mystery

1pm

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Thursday 28

Music: London Soloists Ensemble

7.30pm

26

March Saturday 2

Drama: LYTX

2pm & 7:30pm

40

Saturday 2

Music: OpSoc

7.30pm

27

Saturday 2

Workshop & Activities: Craft Club

11 - 1pm

46

Sunday 3

Exhibitions: Gallery Tour Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature

1 - 2pm

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Sunday 3

Music: University Sinfonia & Viva Voce

7.30pm

27

Wednesday 6

Music: Dhoad Gypsies of Rajasthan

8pm

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Wednesday 6

Exhibitions: Lunchtime talk: Water Journeys

1 - 2pm

15

Thursday 7

Exhibitions: Gallery Tour Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature

1 - 2pm

9

Thursday 7

Music: Matthew Barley

7.30pm

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Friday 8 - Sunday 17

Dance: NOTTDANCE: see pages 42 - 44 for details Various times

Saturday 9

Workshop & Activities: Craft Club

11 - 1pm

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Sunday 10

Music: University Wind Orchestra & Contempo

7.30pm

29

Sunday 10

Workshop & Activities: Stage Combat

10am - 4pm

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Tuesday 12

Comedy/Theatre: Crazy Little Thing Called Love!

8pm

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Tuesday 12

Exhibitions: Lecture Anna Lovatt

6.30 - 7.30pm

11

Wednesday 13

Exhibitions: Lunchtime talk: Immersed in the water archives

1 - 2pm

15

Friday 15

Music: Arco Ensemble

5.30pm

30

Saturday 16

Music: Brentano String Quartet

7.30pm

30

Saturday 16

Workshop & Activities: Craft Club

11 - 1pm

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Sunday 17

Exhibitions: Gallery Tour Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature

1 - 2pm

11

Sunday 17

Music: University Choir

7.30pm

30

Sunday 17

Workshop & Activities: Spring in your step nature walk

10am - 12noon

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Tuesday 19

Drama/New Writing: Consumed

7.30pm

41

Wednesday 20

Music: Old Dance School

8pm

31

Thursday 21

Exhibitions: Gallery Tour Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature

1 - 2pm

11

Thursday 21

Music: Psappha

8pm

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Saturday 23

Children & Families: Dogs Don’t Do Ballet

1.30pm & 3.30pm

45

Saturday 23

Museum: Working with Archaeology

1pm

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Sunday 24

Children & Families: Dogs Don’t Do Ballet

1.30pm & 3.30pm

45

Sunday 24

Workshop & Activities: Art & Landscape: Material, Process & Product

10am - 4pm

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Thursday 4 April & Sunday 14 April

Exhibitions: Gallery Tour Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature

1 - 2pm

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Thursday 11 April

Music: Trevor Pinnock Trio

7.30pm

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Tues 23 - Sat 27 April

Drama: Lysistrata

7:30pm

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Saturday 17 November 2012 – Sunday 10 February 2013 Djanogly Art Gallery Admission free

A sensational new exhibition inspired by Alan Sillitoe’s groundbreaking novel and the film adaptation directed by Karel Reisz. First published in 1958, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning helped frame its cultural moment. It charts a year in the life of Arthur Seaton, machinist in the Raleigh cycle factory, and young urban rebel. The novel appeared at the time of a spate of accounts of urban working-class life by academics, playwrights, novelists and documentary filmmakers. Many were concerned with the emergence of a new working-class affluence and individualism. The end of post-war austerity also signaled the advent of a distinct youth culture; for the first time young people defined themselves outside of their parents’ culture, and had spending power, like

never before, which they used on fashion, music and entertainment. The 1950s and 60s also witnessed the most radical urban re-housing programme in this country’s history that was to change British society irrevocably. Taking seminal moments from the book and film, the exhibition explores the depiction of these social changes in contemporary photography. Focusing in particular on working-class culture, it highlights the various approaches taken by a generation of photographers drawn to ‘the regions’ in an attempt to capture the authenticity of ‘ordinary lives’. The exhibition features a selection of never-before-exhibited stills from Reisz’s iconic film, much of which was shot on

location in Nottingham, plus work by ‘Young Meteors’: John Bulmer, Graham Finlayson, Terence Donovan and Roger Mayne. Their works are complemented by that of other national photographers such as Maurice Broomfield and Shirley Baker, as well as an array of accomplished local amateurs. Drawing its material from Nottingham and the Midlands, as well as the Black Country and Manchester, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning captures the essence of Sillitoe’s world and a country at the point of profound cultural change. Curated by Anna Douglas and Neil Walker Image: Filming Saturday Night & Sunday Morning on Location in Radford. Photo courtesy of the Nottingham Post

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www.lakesidearts.org.uk Follow us: Lectures All lectures are held in the Djanogly Art Gallery Lecture Theatre Admission free Thursday 22 November 6.30 - 7.30pm Regionalism and Realism: Saturday Night and Sunday Morning Tracy Hargreaves (Senior Lecturer, University of Leeds) considers issues of censorship and the film’s bizarre regional distribution within the context of the British New Wave and Free Cinema. Thursday 29 November 6.30 - 7.30pm I’m Out For a Good Time Nigel Arthur (British Film Institute) uses the film stills from Saturday Night and Sunday Morning in the National Archive to explore Arthur Seaton’s idea of a “good time” and how the still images create the mood and style of the film.

Wednesday 12 December 6.30 - 7.30pm

Wednesday 30 January 6.30 - 7.30pm

Post-War Prosperity: the Redesigning of Nottingham in the 50s and 60s Elain Harwood is an historian with English Heritage and the author of the Pevsner City Guide to Nottingham. She is currently writing a book on English postwar architecture. She will also be leading a weekend tour around Nottingham’s modern architecture and urban design on 8 and 9 February. Organised by the Twentieth Century Society. Enquiries and bookings at www.c20society.org.uk

Photographic Networks in Britain 1952-1969 In 1960, the year that Karel Reisz’s film was released, two young London property developers re-launched Britain’s first modern glossy men’s magazine Man About Town. Anne Braybon (Independent Art Director & Photographic Historian) investigates the importance of the magazine as a platform for contemporary and emerging UK photography in the early 60s.

Learn more about each photograph by downloading the Exhibition Guide from our website and share the images with family and friends.

Wednesday 6 February 6.30 - 7.30pm Shane Meadows and the British Realist Tradition David Forrest (Lecturer Film Studies, Sheffield University) explores how contemporary filmmakers like Meadows continue to work within a tradition of poetic British realism established in films like Saturday Night and Sunday Morning.

Film Still from Saturday Night and Sunday Morning © Woodfall/BFI

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Jazz Gig Wednesday 23 January 8pm John Aram Quintet Saturday Night and Sunday Morning Suite (See page 21) Jive Marathon © Graham Finlayson

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Two Town Mad

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960) © Woodfall/BFI

Report. St Ann's

Film/Documentary

Djanogly Theatre Admission free

Djanogly Art Gallery (Lecture Theatre) Admission free

Thursday 7 February 6.30 - 9.30pm

Sunday 27 January 1 - 3pm

Double Bill

Report. St Ann’s (1969) Thames TV Dir. Stephen Frears 45 mins Stephen Frears worked with both Karel Reisz and Albert Finney at the Royal Court Theatre in the mid 60s and here we find him cutting his directorial teeth on a controversial TV documentary inspired by the report ‘Poverty, Deprivation and Morale in a Nottingham Community: St. Ann’s’ by Ken Coates/Bill Silburn (pub. Nottingham University,1967). Introduced by Stephen Frears (tbc) with Bill Silburn and Lisa McKenzie.

Djanogly Theatre Admission free Thursday 31 January 6.30 - 8pm Two Town Mad. A Look at Leicester and Nottingham (1963) 38 mins Ray Gosling introduces the documentary film he made for BBCTV in which he gives a spirited comparison of the two Midlands towns in the early 60s.

Image © Roger Mayne

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960) Dir. Karel Reisz, 90 mins + The Factory (1965) Dir. Philip Donnellan, 28:26 mins Karel Reisz’ classic adaptation of Alan Sillitoe’s novel with an introduction by the writer’s son, David Sillitoe, and Neil Fulwood (Alan Sillitoe Society). It will be preceded by The Factory (1965). Produced for BBCTV by celebrated documentary filmmaker Philip Donnellan, it provides a moving portrayal of a young boy's first day at the Raleigh cycle factory, the setting for much of Reisz's location filming.

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Gallery Tours Djanogly Art Gallery Admission free Thursdays 1 - 2pm: 22 November: Neil Walker, Visual Arts Officer 29 November: Damian Hughes, Exhibition Researcher 6 December: Ruth Lewis-Jones, Learning Officer 13 December: Ruth Lewis-Jones Sundays 1 - 2pm: 18 November: Anna Douglas, Curator 25 November: Trevor Bartlett/Steve Footitt (Evening Post Photographers 1960s) 2 December: Chris Lewis-Jones, artist 9 December: Chris Lewis-Jones The Saturday Night & Sunday Morning Club With funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund, a group of Nottingham residents have supported the exhibition by contributing photographs and memories. With support from playwright Andy Barrett and Nottingham University English students, club members will lead guided tours around the exhibition each Sunday (1 - 2pm) in the New Year, giving their unique take on the people and places portrayed. As with the gallery tours above, please book your place: Jan 13, 20, 27 and Feb 3, 10. St. Ann's © Roger Mayne

SN&SM Weekend at the Djanogly Art Gallery A celebratory weekend of events including readings, performance, film and discussion. All events are free. Please book in advance by calling the Box Office on 0115 846 7777. Djanogly Art Gallery (Lecture Theatre) Admission free Saturday 26 January 2 - 5.30pm with interval Alan Sillitoe: then and now Ross Bradshaw (Five Leaves Publications) will lead this literary tribute of two halves which starts with a discussion of workingclass life and leisure in 60s Nottingham followed by readings by contemporary Nottinghamshire writers - Jon McGregor, Nicola Monaghan and Matthew Welton – who will respond to Sillitoe’s novel and discuss its influence on their own work.

Djanogly Art Gallery Café Admission free Saturday 26 January 7 - 8.30pm Performance: SN&SM: The Mix Frank Abbott An evening of eating*, drinking, performance and DJ mixing in which artist and filmmaker, Frank Abbott, presents a radical recut of the Karel Reisz movie, celebrating the brilliance of the original writing and its relevance today. *pie and chips will be served in the Gallery Café from 6pm. See page 53. Djanogly Art Gallery (Lecture Theatre) Admission free Sunday 27 January 1 - 3pm Film: Report.St Ann’s See under Films/Documentaries for details.

If you’ve a story to tell about life in 1950s and 60s Nottingham, and would like to join the club, please contact Anna Douglas – douglasanna@hotmail.com, or 07966507808 Please note that Gallery Tours are not seated events. Every effort will be made to accommodate elderly and disabled visitors. Gallery Talks Djanogly Art Gallery Admission free Wednesday 23 January 6.30 - 7.30pm Shirley Baker and John Bulmer: In Conversation Curator Anna Douglas leads this talk with photographers Shirley Baker and John Bulmer whose pictures of Manchester and the Black Country feature in the exhibition. Followed by a signing of Bulmer’s new book The North.

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WEA Course Djanogly Art Gallery (Learning Studio) Fee: £42 (standard rate) Thursdays, 10 January to 14 February (6 weeks) 1-3pm Fact or Fiction: Life in Britain in the 1950s Historian Ann Parker will lead six sessions exploring life in Britain during the 1950s helping to develop an understanding of the political and economic climate faced by the country during the Cold War and the decline of the Empire. There will be a particular focus on Nottingham and Raleigh; using the film and exhibition of Saturday Night and Sunday Morning she will compare reality with fiction in the works of Alan Sillitoe. Booking for this 6-week course is through the WEA, Nottingham Branch, 39 Mapperley Road, Nottingham NG3 5AQ Book online at www.nottinghamweacourses.wordpress.com, email nottinghambranch@wea.org.uk or tel: 0115 9628416 Image: Black Country © John Bulmer

Sunday 25 November, 4am Photographers with mild insomnia and an eye for the unusual will have the unique opportunity to play their part in the Saturday Night and Sunday Morning exhibition by leaving the cosy confines of their beds to create an on-line photographic portrait of Nottingham at 4am. Using Flickr, the 4am Project has been inspiring photographers from around the world, resulting in a global on-line community whose photos illustrate just how amazing our cities can be at night. Led by photographer Karen Strunks, the project comes to Nottingham at 4am on Sunday 25 November. She invites photographers to join her in the city centre to capture the strange and wonderful life on the streets while most of us are asleep. For project information and updates, and to receive your invitation to join us, please visit www.4amproject.org and follow @4amproject on Twitter. Image: New York City © Karen Strunks

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Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature Saturday 16 February – Sunday 14 April Djanogly Art Gallery Admission free Admission free

Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature is the first exhibition of the American artist’s work in the UK since her major solo show at London’s ICA in 1979. Since the late 1960s, Stuart has become internationally known for a rich and diverse body of work stemming from her lifelong interest in the natural world and the cosmos. Working in drawing, sculpture, photography, video, installation and site-specific earthworks, she has pursued a subtle and responsive dialogue with nature, distinct from the epic gestures of American Land Art.

Spanning the period from the late 1960s to the present day, the exhibition encompasses a characteristically varied and unconventional range of media, while highlighting Stuart’s major contribution to the practice of drawing. During the 1970s she became known for her monumental drawings made outdoors, where rolls of paper were smashed with rocks, stroked with earth, or rubbed with graphite until the characteristics of a given site became ingrained in their surfaces. At the Djanogly Art Gallery, these expansive scrolls are shown alongside a video documenting a 460-foot long drawing produced in this way.

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Niagara Gorge Path Relocated 1975

Other works in the exhibition respond to the Nazca Lines, the Uffington White Horse and Mexican petroglyphs—pushing our understanding of drawing beyond the page. Expansive maps of real and imaginary landscapes form the backdrop to a selection of Stuart’s sculptural works and hand-made books, made with natural materials gathered on her travels. The exhibition concludes with Stuart’s recent photographic grids, expansive works which encapsulate the potent blend of ‘real history, imaginative history and natural history’ that has characterised her work for over forty years.

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Curated for the Djanogly Art Gallery by Dr. Anna Lovatt, Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary Art History at the University of Manchester All images (c) Michelle Stuart. Courtesy of the artist and Leslie Tontonow Artworks + Projects

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Stone Alignments Solstice Cairns 1979

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Lectures

Gallery Tours

Djanogly Art Gallery (Lecture Theatre) Admission free

Djanogly Art Gallery Admission free

Friday 15 February 6.30 - 7.30pm Followed by Preview Michelle Stuart in conversation with Anna Lovatt

Thursdays 1 - 2pm: 21 February: Nicholas Alfrey (Assoc. Professor, Art History) 7 March: Alexander Vasudevan (Lecturer, Cultural and Historical Geography) 21 March: Helen Wainwright (PhD Candidate, Art History) 4 April: speaker tbc

Tuesday 12 March 6.30 - 7.30pm Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature An introduction to the exhibition and the work of Michelle Stuart by exhibition curator Anna Lovatt

Sundays 1 - 2pm: 3 March: Isobel Elstob (PhD Candidate, Art History) 17 March: Anna Lovatt (Exhibition Curator) 14 April: Stephanie Straine (Asst. Curator, Tate Liverpool) Please note that Gallery Tours are not seated events. Every effort will be made to accommodate elderly and disabled visitors. For all lectures and gallery tours please book in advance by calling the Box Office on 0115 846 7777.

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Saturday 17 November - Sunday 10 February Angear Visitor Centre Admission free

Still: Dean Rogers For over 10 years, Dean Rogers has worked closely with some of our most talented film directors including Shane Meadows and Anton Corbijn. Commonly catching actors while ‘off set’ and employing a cinematic approach to lighting, his photographs are full of their own narrative possibility and emotion. This exhibition complements the selection of film stills included in the Saturday Night and Sunday Morning exhibition.

Photo: This is England © Dean Rogers

Saturday 17 November – Sunday 27 January Angear Visitor Centre Admission free

In Situ In Situ investigates the current artistic practice of several contemporary potters whose work fuses the British traditionalism of Leach and the early studio potters with European modernism inherited from artists such as Lucie Rie and Hans Coper, and later free expressionism. It includes work by 12 artists who have exhibited widely both in the UK and internationally: Loretta Braganza, Carina Ciscato, Susan Disley, Sara Flynn, Tanya Gomez, Ashraf Hanna, Andre Hess, John Higgins, Ikuko Iwamoto, Craig Underhill, Angela Verdon and Sasha Wardell. In Situ is a touring exhibition curated by Susan Disley and Roy Fellows for The Gallery @The Civic, Barnsley. Image: Spiky Bowl © Ikuko Iwamoto

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Barbara Walker A strand of Barbara Walker’s recent artistic practice has been concerned with the politics of display, and specifically the self-defining style choices made by men. During a 3-month residency at Lakeside she will work on a series of large-scale charcoal drawings pursuing her theme in the public and very visible space of the Angear Visitor Centre. Photo: Portrait of Barbara Walker (detail) © Vanley Burke

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Saturday 16 February – Sunday 31 March Wallner Gallery Admission free

Here and Now Barbara Walker Running concurrently with her residency in the Angear Visitor Centre, Barbara Walker will also be exhibiting a body of paintings based on the illustrations to the classic children’s Ladybird books from the 60s and 70s. Making her own subtle interventions to the originals she examines and questions the function they served as instruments of socialization for generations of children. Image: The Soldiers © Barbara Walker

Saturday 5 January – Sunday 31 March Craft Showcase Djanogly Art Gallery Admission free

Thinking Forward Saturday 12 January – Sunday 10 February 2013 Wallner Gallery Admission free

Miao Embroidery from South-West China An exhibition of contemporary jewellery by four recent graduates from UCA Rochester; Hannah-May Chapman, Robyn Duplock, Rhiannon Higgins, Sophie Monger.

Visually stunning textiles which showcase the living art of the Miao ethnic minority in South-West China. The Miao's elaborate festival dresses are unique in their embroidery incorporating symbols of their distinctive culture and legends. The creative combination of colour, pattern and texture is an expression of love and inspiration for life. Curated by Xuesen Zeng.

Image: © Hannah-May Chapman

Miao Tunic (detail) © Erwin De Silva

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Lunchtime Talks 1 - 2pm

A series of talks will be held to accompany the exhibition. Places are limited so please book in advance with the Box Office on 0115 846 7777 Djanogly Theatre Admission free Thursday 7 February Papplewick Pumping Station and Nottingham’s water supply Papplewick Pumping Station is a restored gem of Victorian steam technology. Ashley Smart, its Museum Director, looks into the station’s role in bringing clean drinking water to the City of Nottingham.

Image: Floods in Nottingham, 1960. Courtesy of the Nottingham Post Group

Friday 25 January – Sunday 19 May Weston Gallery Manuscripts and Special Collections Admission free

Water!

Pipes, Pumps, Floods and Drains in The University of Nottingham’s Water Archives Drought conditions or torrential rain affecting water supply always make headlines. Yet there is much more to the story of water. Our Victorian ancestors built an impressive network of pumping stations, water mains, reservoirs and sewerage pipes, much of which is still in use today, to improve sanitation and provide clean drinking water for all. Earlier generations cut drains to reclaim agricultural land, and built canals, weirs and locks to improve navigation. In the twentieth century, scientists and engineers worked to predict floods and construct flood defences. This exhibition focuses in particular on the city of Nottingham, and the work of the various authorities and public bodies charged with providing reliable water supply, sewerage and water treatment, and flood prevention schemes. It draws on original archives and photographs held by the University’s Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections.

Thursday 14 February Global water stress, climate change and uncertainty 1.2 billion people currently live in water scarce regions of the globe. How will this change in the future? How much is climate change to blame for water stress? And how certain can we be about projections of water stress for the coming decades? Dr Simon Gosling of the School of Geography explores these questions within a global context. Wednesday 6 March Water journeys Dr Rachel Gomes of the Faculty of Engineering provides an introduction to the human interaction with the water cycle, and the treatment of used water. We are all water consumers but do we all know what happens to the water we use, and how does our behaviour as a water consumer impact on that water journey? Wednesday 13 March A year immersed in the water archives Sarah Colborne, Project Archivist, gives a behind-the-scenes look at the work involved in making accessible the backlog of previously uncatalogued water records held by Manuscripts and Special Collections at The University of Nottingham.

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University of Nottingham Museum at Lakeside Archaeology NOW A series of talks and handling sessions that focuses on current archaeological work. These talks allow professional archaeologists, related specialists and community groups to share their exciting work with us as it is happening and include local, regional, national and international projects. All talks take place in the Performing Arts Studio in the D H Lawrence Pavilion at 1pm. Admission FREE. Places are limited so please book in advance with the Box Office on 0115 846 7777. Unknown, Virtually: Nottingham's Sandstone Caves Wednesday 23 January 2013 Dr David Strange-Walker, Trent and Peak Archaeology Since 2010 staff from Trent & Peak Archaeology have been exploring, surveying and visualising Nottingham's 550 man-made sandstone caves. Some of these are well-known fixtures on the tourist trail but most of these hidden gems are little-known, privately owned, and hard to visit. In this talk we will find out how the caves have shaped Nottingham, and how the Nottingham Caves Survey is using the latest technology to bring these caves to a whole new virtual audience. Following the talk David Strange-Walker will demonstrate the surveying equipment in the Museum.

The Hallaton Treasure: An Iron Age Mystery Wednesday 27 February Helen Sharpe, Leicestershire County Council Archaeology Officer The Hallaton Treasure is one of the most important archaeological discoveries ever made in the East Midlands. It comprises over 5000 Iron Age and Roman coins, one of the highest quality Roman cavalry helmets ever discovered in Europe, the remains of over 400 pigs and mysterious silver objects. The objects were buried at a native British shrine in the years surrounding the Roman invasion of Britain. This talk explains what was found and what this incredible array of objects can tell us about life in the East Midlands 2000 years ago. The talk will be followed by a chance to handle beautifully preserved gold and silver coins from the Hallaton Treasure and to find out what amazing stories these tiny objects can tell us.

From top left: Images for Trent and Peak talk from: Trent and Peak Archaeology Images for Hallaton Talk come from: Leicestershire County Council Museums

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The Museum gives an insight into the East Midlands over a 250,000 year period with a display of archaeology from the region. There is also a small display of objects from the Mediterranean.

Working with Archaeological Objects What happens to archaeological finds once they have been excavated? Come along and find out by participating in a number of activities including sorting archaeological material, drawing and recording finds and conservation. Drop in sessions between 1.30pm and 4pm on Saturday 23 March in the Angear Visitor Centre. Suitable for children aged 6+ and their families. Admission free.

From top: Examining plant remains (Trent and Peak Archaeology) Looking at Roman pottery (University of Nottingham Museum)

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University Thursday 6 December 7.15pm St Barnabas’ Cathedral Admission free

The University of Nottingham Festival of Lessons and Carols Viva Voce & Revival Gospel Choir

A traditional service of music and readings for the Christmas season.

Ed Denham, composer

University Saturday 8 December 8pm University Saturday 1 December 7.30pm

Djanogly Recital Hall £8 (£7 concession, £5 UoN students)

Albert Hall £12 (£9 concession, £5 UoN students)

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University Philharmonia & University Choir David Lawrence & Jonathan Tilbrook Conductors Glinka Russlan and Ludmilla: Overture Suk Pohádka Tchaikovsky Eugene Onegin: Waltz Scene Mussorgsky Boris Godunov: Coronation Scene Borodin Prince Igor: Polovtsian Dances A programme of gorgeous Slavic music that transports listeners from the magical fairy tale worlds of Russlan and Ludmilla and Pohádka to the sparkling waltz from Eugene Onegin We then enjoy the grandeur and thrilling music of the Coronation scene from Boris Godunov and the concert ends with Polovtsian Dances which includes music memorably transformed into the song 'Strangers in Paradise' in the Broadway musical Kismet. The concert finishes at approximately 9.15pm

Carnival

'When three young Englishmen take a holiday abroad, they cannot imagine the trouble they will find. Surrounded by the colours and sounds of the Carnival, they soon discover the delights and dangers of the holiday romance. Inspired by Aphra Behn's The Rover, this operatic adaptation by recent University of Nottingham alumnus, Ed Denham, relates the familiar tale of three English boys who go looking for some holiday fun, and get much more than they bargained for! For, behind the masks of the carnival revellers, lies a world of plotting and mischief...' The concert finishes at approximately 8.50pm. Please note there is no interval. Warning: The production contains adult themes and content, parental guidance recommended.

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University Sinfonia Conductors Daniella Blackford Sam Blade Jamie Njoku-Goodwin Mendelssohn Hebrides Overture Grieg Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 ˇ Symphony No. 9 'From the New World' Dvorák

Early Thursday 13 December 7. 30pm Djanogly Recital Hall £15 (£12 concession)

Joglaresa Blow Northern Wynde Joglaresa is joined by Welsh singing and fiddling diva extraordinaire, Sianed Jones for this seasonal Christmas programme. The Joglaresa musicians have long celebrated their Irish and Scottish musical upbringings and now add some Welsh carols to the Celtic and Medieval mix of spellbinding carols ringing with echoes of winter pagan festivities. The programme includes re-workings of well-known carols and songs such as Burns's Cauld Blaws the Wind and the traditional Welsh Plygain carol Ar Gyfer Heddiw'r Bore. The concert finishes at approximately 9.15pm

Sinfonia’s first concert of the year paints vivid pictures of adventure. Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture, inspired by his experience of visiting the awesome Fingal’s Cave in Scotland, opens the programme. Grieg’s Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, including some of the most famous segments in the incidental music to the Norwegian fantasy play. The climax of the programme is Dvorák’s much-loved Ninth Symphony, 'From the New World,' written after he had sailed across the Atlantic to settle in America. The concert finishes at approximately 9.10pm

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Stephen Hough Piano

Chopin Two Nocturnes, Op. 27 Brahms Sonata No. 3 in F minor Stephen Hough Piano Sonata No. 2 (notturno luminoso) Schumann Carnaval, Op. 9

Box office 0115 846 7777 We are thrilled to welcome back Stephen Hough to perform a recital that includes his new piano sonata which was jointly commissioned by Lakeside. Although most widely known as an internationally renowned pianist, in recent years Stephen Hough’s compositions have received enthusiastic acclaim from critics and audiences alike. Lakeside Arts Centre gratefully acknowledges support of this concert from the John Bagley Music Trust. The concert finishes at approximately 9.20pm Stephen Hough’s Piano Sonata No. 2 (notturno luminoso) is a joint commission with funds generously supplied by Lakeside Arts Centre, University of Nottingham; The Schubert Club, St. Paul, Minnesota; Singapore International Piano Festival; Swansea Festival of Music and the Arts and the Vancouver Recital Society. The most perfect piano playing conceivable The Guardian A virtuoso who begins where others leave off Washington Post

www.lakesidearts.org.uk Follow us: Jazz Wednesday 23 January 8pm Djanogly Theatre £15 (£12 concession) £9 restricted view

John Aram Quintet Saturday Night and Sunday Morning Suite Nottingham-born, Geneva resident John Aram returns to his roots with his Saturday Night And Sunday Morning Suite, inspired by Alan Sillitoe’s classic novel. This international quintet performs Aram’s compositions, taking themes from the book as a starting point, interspersing them with footage from the original film and with live visual effects by Joss Sessions.

Chamber Thursday 31 January 7.30pm Djanogly Recital Hall £15 (£12 concession)

Sinfonia Viva Benjamin Appl Baritone Benedict Holland Leader/Director Strauss Metamorphosen Mahler arr. Tarkmann Kindertotenlieder Mozart Divertimento in B flat, K137 Stravinsky Three dances from The Soldier’s Tale Strauss’s Metamorphosen, in its original septet version, is a powerful lament reflecting the despair Strauss felt both at the physical destruction of Germany and also the shattering of German artistic and cultural society. Mahler's moving Kindertotenlieder ('Songs on the Death of Children') is based upon a series of poems by Ruckert which were written as a result of the death of two of his children within a short period of time. The concert concludes with the three dances – Tango, Waltz and Ragtime – from Stravinsky’s The Soldier's Tale. The concert finishes at approximately 9.05pm

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World Wednesday 6 February 8pm Djanogly Theatre £15 (£12 concession) £9 restricted view

Anda Union Anda Union is a group of young Mongolians who live in Hohhot, China. Driven by their thirst to discover the power and magic of the rich and powerful Mongol traditions and culture, their music draws from all the Mongol tribes that Genghis Khan unified. Their traditional throat singing and performances of Mongolian versions on lute, mouth harp and horse head fiddle have stunned people the world over. Their music awakens this incredible spirit of the grasslands and what it really is to be in touch with nature. And they really are incredibly skilled musicians. Their music is just so accessible. It's moving, it's upbeat. People shouldn't miss the opportunity to see them. Songlines

The Pavilion Café will be serving a sumptuous Mongolian menu to accompany the evening. See page 53.

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Early Saturday 9 February 7.30pm Djanogly Recital Hall £15 (£12 concession)

The Orlando Consort The Rose, the Lily and the Whortleberry: Gardens and Horticulture in Medieval and Renaissance Music

Summon up a pictorial image of Medieval courtly love and it is almost inevitable that it will feature a garden. Throughout history, the symbolic and allegorical allure of flowers has been irresistible to artists, poets and composers who have delighted in the overt beauty and secret codes that flowers convey. This program explores the inventiveness of composers from the 13th to the 16th centuries from all over Europe who have employed floral imagery to illustrate earthly and heavenly love, in pure and sometimes erotic manner.

From France in the 13th and 14th centuries come some of the earliest of all written songs and music by Machaut, possibly the greatest of all musical portrayers of courtly love. From England, spellbinding sacred music from the 15th century in motets from the Song of Songs. From 15th and 16th century Burgundy, France, and Italy, music by Ciconia, Brumel, Clemens non Papa, Gombert, and others that effortlessly switches between enchanting representations of horticulture and sentiments that would make any keen gardener blush! The concert finishes at approximately 9.10pm

Jazz Wednesday 13 February 8pm

Trichotomy is one of Australia’s most inventive contemporary music ensembles.

Djanogly Theatre £15 (£12 concession) £9 restricted view

So much more than a traditional jazz trio, this group expands the capacities of the classic piano/bass/drums combination with elements of the avant-garde and the fresh attitude they bring to their music. Truly captivating for a variety of audiences, Trichotomy skillfully blends dense, exciting improvisations and delicate atmospherics, conjuring up sounds of modern jazz, ambient music, avant-garde rock, free improvisation and contemporary classical music.

Trichotomy Sean Foran Piano John Parker Drums Pat Marchisella Acoustic Bass

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Chamber Thursday 14 February 7.30pm Djanogly Recital Hall £15 (£12 concession)

Madeleine Mitchell Violin Nigel Clayton Piano Beethoven Violin Sonata No.4 in A minor, Op.23 Respighi Violin Sonata in B minor David Matthews Romanza Elgar Violin Sonata Op.82 These outstanding artists performs a programme with a romantic flavour for Valentine's Day and to celebrate the 70th birthday of distinguished University of Nottingham alumnus David Matthews, whose new Romanza for violin and piano was written specially for Madeleine Mitchell. The concert finishes at approximately 9.20pm

6.45pm Pre-concert talk by composer David Matthews

Chamber Thursday 21 February 7.30pm Djanogly Recital Hall £15 (£12 concession)

Royal String Quartet

Webern Langsamer Satz Lutoslawski String Quartet (1964) Schubert String Quartet No.14 in D minor, D.810 'Death and the Maiden' The Royal String Quartet’s Lakeside debut in 2008 was rapturously received and they have continued to receive plaudits for their musically intelligent and dynamic performances. The Polish quartet returns with a programme that includes Witold Lutoslawski’s String Quartet which they have recently recorded for release in 2013 celebrating Lutoslawski’s centenary. The concert finishes at approximately 9.10pm

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www.lakesidearts.org.uk Follow us: Folk Saturday 23 February 8pm Djanogly Theatre £15 (£12 concession) £9 restricted view

Kíla

Music 25 Playing together for nearly 20 years, Kíla is one of Ireland's most innovative and exciting bands. The seven members come from different musical backgrounds and share a passion to create great music with an ability to absorb influences from across the globe. With its roots in traditional Irish music, it features a strong percussive-like singing and gorgeous melodies driven by a serious rhythmical undercurrent. Kíla has created their own distinctive style of world music, which has won over audiences around the world through their recordings and spectacular live performances.

Enjoy a special Irish menu in the Pavilion Café with a hearty stew, colcannon, barmbrack and boxty. See page 53

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Box office 0115 846 7777 University Sunday 24 February 7.30pm Great Hall, Trent Building £10 (£8 concession, £5 UoN students)

University Philharmonia Conductor Jonathan Tilbrook Sibelius En Saga Tchaikovsky Nutcracker: Suite Brahms Symphony No.3 in F, Op.90

Chamber Thursday 28 February 7.30pm Djanogly Recital Hall £15 (£12 concession)

London Soloists Ensemble John Lenehan Piano Lorraine McAslan Violin Sarah-Jane Bradley Viola Karine Georgian Cello Anthony Pike Clarinet Finzi Five Bagatelles Britten Suite for Violin and Piano, Op.6 Debussy Cello Sonata Messiaen Quartet for the End of Time A masterwork of the 20th century, Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time is the central work in this concert by the London Soloists Ensemble which brings together some of the UK’s most well-known and admired instrumentalists. The concert finishes at approximately 9.25pm

Unlike the later tone-poems, Sibelius's powerfully original 'En Saga' (Fairy-tale, or Saga) of 1892 has no specific story upon which the music is based, being rather, in the composer's words, an 'adventure in an inner landscape', and a work in which the listener is invited to imagine their own narrative. Tchaikovsky's remarkable ballet music reveals the most extraordinary delicacy of orchestral colour and texture in conjuring the fantastical happenings of E.T.A. Hoffmann's tale 'The Nutcracker and the Mouse King'. The concert closes with Brahms's gloriously optimistic and invigorating Third Symphony. The concert finishes at approximately 9.15pm

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William Walton The Bear Leonard Bernstein Trouble in Tahiti

Djanogly Recital Hall £8 (£7 concession, £5 UoN students)

After the glowing success of Purcell's Dido and Aeneas last season, the University's dynamic opera society tackles two new works: William Walton's The Bear and Leonard Bernstein's Trouble in Tahiti. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

OpSoc presents

An Evening of Twentieth Century Opera

The concert finishes at approximately 9.10pm

University Sunday 3 March 7.30pm Great Hall, Trent Building £8 (£5 concession, £4 UoN students)

University Sinfonia and Viva Voce Conductors Daniella Blackford Sam Blade Daniella Blackford Jamie Njoku-Goodwin Greg Link Ruta Laukaityte Piano Bizet Carmen Suite No. 1 Elgar Spanish Serenade Nielsen Aladdin Suite Lutoslawski Little Suite Beethoven Fantasy in C minor for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra Sinfonia’s second concert, in collaboration with Viva Voce choir, takes the audience to every corner of Europe. The programme starts with Bizet's fiery Carmen suite, and Elgar’s Spanish Serenade, which paints a more sedate picture of the country, follows. Nielsen tells tales of the exotic land of Aladdin, while Lutoslawski plays with the cheerful folk tunes of his homeland in his Little Suite. Ruta Laukaityte features in Beethoven's rousing Choral Fantasy. The concert finishes at approximately 9.10pm

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World Wednesday 6 March 8pm Djanogly Theatre £15 (£12 concession) £9 restricted view

Dhoad Gypsies Of Rajasthan A mesmerising and spectacular show from the poets, troubadours, musicians and dancers from the country of Maharajas, Rajasthan. The Dhoad Gypsies are eight world-class musicians who perform traditional, spiritual Rajasthani folk music and semi-classical North Indian compositions enriched by world folklore on tabla, harmonium, dholak, sarangi, jaw harp and castanets. They have performed over 1,000 concerts across 70 countries and are considered the undisputed cultural ambassadors of Rajasthan.

Fancy a curry?

A mouthwatering selection of curries will be on the Pavilion Café menu tonight. See page 53

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www.lakesidearts.org.uk Follow us: Contemporary Thursday 7 March 7.30pm Djanogly Recital Hall £15 (£12 concession) Please note 75 minute concert – no interval

Around Britten with Matthew Barley

Dai Fujikura New commission (with electronics) JS Bach Suite No.5 in C minor, BWV1011 John Tavener Thrinos Britten Suite No.3 for Cello (with video) Jan Bang/Barley Remix of Fujikura work, with improvised cello part James MacMillan New commission for solo cello Celebrating the centenary of Benjamin Britten's birth in 2013, this programme is built around his Third Suite for solo cello, and also includes new commissions from James MacMillan, Dai Fujikura and Norweigan DJ/composer Jan Bang. Britten's suite is based on the Hymn for the Dead from the Russian Orthodox Church, and is one of his most emotionally powerful instrumental works. The works for cello and electronics provide a contrasting world of colour and interest; a specially created video will be screened as Barley plays the Britten Suite. The concert finishes at approximately 8.55pm Photo credit: Nick White

University Sunday 10 March 7.30pm Great Hall, Trent Building £8 (£5 concession, £4 UoN students)

University Wind Orchestra & Contempo Time and Space Conductors Kieran O’Riordan Sarah Nussbaum Joel Hindson Norbert Zehm Light from the Outer Ring Nigel Clarke Gagarin Eric Whitacre Cloudburst Colin Touchin Eclipse John Williams arr De Meij Star Wars Saga The University Wind Orchestra and Contempo join forces for a concert exploring the natural beauty of the earth and mankind’s search for meaning in the stars. Eric Whitacre’s Cloudburst and Colin Touchin’s Eclipse are wonderfully atmospheric evocations of natural phenomena, while Nigel Clarke’s Gagarin depicts the momentous launch of the first manned space flight. John Williams’ blazing space fantasy completes a programme which promises wonder, intrigue, mystery and celebration. The concert will finish at approximately 9.30pm

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The Arco Ensemble

Box office 0115 846 7777 Owen Cox Solo violin Rosi Callery and Joel Hindson Cellos Philip Weller Harpsichord Nick Sackman Director The programme includes string concertos by Vivaldi and JS Bach and the premiere of a new work by postgraduate student Alexander Kolassa.

Chamber Saturday 16 March 7.30pm Djanogly Recital Hall £15 (£12 concession)

Brentano String Quartet Purcell Fantasias Beethoven String Quartet in F, Op.135 Bartók String Quartet No.4 In recent seasons the Brentano String Quartet has performed to popular and critical acclaim all over the United States and Canada, in Europe, Japan and Australia and it also holds the position of quartet-in-residence at Princeton University. The concert finishes at approximately 9.10pm Passionate, spell-binding, uninhibited The Independent

University Sunday 17 March 7.30pm

Peter Siepmann Organ David Lawrence Conductor

Great Hall, Trent Buidling £10 (£8 concession, £5 UoN students)

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day, a programme of music by composers of Irish descent or strong Irish connections. University of Nottingham alumnus Alex Patterson has already cemented a reputation as a fine composer of choral music. The programme includes Part 1 of Handel's Messiah, which was first performed in Dublin and Stanford's Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in B flat.

University Choir Irish Connections

The concert finishes at approximately 8.50pm, no interval

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Folk Wednesday 20 March 8pm Djanogly Theatre £15 (£12 concession) £9 restricted view

The Old Dance School The fabulous young folk septet from Birmingham returns with a live show featuring music from their newest album ‘Chasing the Light’. Truly exciting, awe inspiring music from a band who can only be heading for the top floor Songlines Really hits the mark… There's a genuine creative fizz to what the band do Mike Harding, BBC Radio 2

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Psappha Anna Clyne Rapture [Video Art: Joshua Ott] Steve Reich Double Sextet Tim Wright The Bridge [1929 film directed by Charles Vidor] Anna Clyne Steel Works [Film: Luke du Bois] Judd Greenstein Plan of the City [Film: Joshua Frankel]

Image: Joshua Frankel

Box office 0115 846 7777 Plan of the City is a brilliant work for ensemble and film which Psappha brings to Europe following wide acclaim for the premiere in the US. The animated film conceives the architecture of New York City blasting off into outer space and resettling on Mars. The film's visuals are an animated collage combining live action footage, animated elements, illustrations and treated photographs, including photos taken by the Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity made available to the public domain by the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The Bridge is a silent film from the early 20th century to which composer Tim Wright has written a score for solo cello and electronics. Psappha was the first UK ensemble to perform Steve Reich’s Double Sextet which was composed in 2008 and won the Pulitzer Prize the following year. One of the undoubted highlights of the year, not to be missed! One of the best matches of visuals to music I have seen Washington Post (Plan of the City)

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Christmas at Lakeside Children/Families Thursday 6 - Sunday 30 December 2012. 6 & 7, 11-14, 18 - 20 December 10.30am & 1.30pm Weekends: 8/9, 15/16, 22/23 & 29/30 December 1pm & 3.30pm 24, 27 & 28, December 1pm & 3.30pm 21 December 10.30am & 6pm Djanogly Theatre Running time: 50 minutes Suitable for children aged 4+ and their families

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Engine House & Lakeside present the World Premiere of

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LITTLE BOYS

Exhibition Created by Year 1 children from Dunkirk Primary School with the help of artist Jessica Kemp, you can re-enact your favourite scenes in this magical world from the show.

Written by Mike Kenny Music by Julian Butler Directed by Matt Aston A heart-warming tale of friendship‌ Two little boys had two little toys, each had a wooden horse. They spent long summer days playing as all children do. Warriors one minute, mishaps and broken toys the next. One thing was for certain, from happy-go-lucky boys to brave young men, their friendship would last forever. Inspired by the song made famous by Rolf Harris, Olivier Award-winning writer Mike Kenny takes the lyrics to create a heart-warming new tale of life-long camaraderie and friendship.

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Santé Theatre Warwick in association with Little Angel Theatre presents

Passing On Edited by Mike Kenny

Post Show discussion with health professionals, social scientists and members of the company.

Children/Families Sunday 27 January 1.30pm and 3.30pm Djanogly Theatre £6.50 all tickets Running Time: approximately 50 minutes Suitable for: 5+ and their families

Yellow Earth present

Directed by Claudette Bryanston

Deep in the mountains of ancient China, every thirteenth moon the dreaded monster Nian pays a visit to the village. The villagers must protect themselves but who or what can save them? Come and help scare the Nian monster away, and join young Tom and his family as they prepare for New Year’s Eve, and discover the story behind the wonderful Lion Dance.

Why The Lion Danced Written by Carey English

Join us for Chinese Lion Mask Making! See page 47

This powerful new play has been created from real life stories about ordinary people experiencing the ordinary but extraordinary reality of their loved ones dying in a hospital ward. Juxtaposing intense testimony and moving dramatic imagery with a life sized puppet, the play explores the dilemmas facing both relatives and health professionals during end of life care. Jim and Joyce recall their encounters with insight, confusion, humour and love. Like Joyce, none of us want to share this experience, but most of us will. The play is created from text sourced from carers relatives and health professionals.

Featuring live music, song and dance, this entertaining production by award-winning British East Asian Theatre Company Yellow Earth, is the perfect introduction to Lakeside’s 2013 Chinese New Year Celebrations.

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Company Gavin Robertson and Barnsley Civic Theatre, in association with makin projects and Lakeside Arts Centre presents:

Robertson’s Crusoe: No Man Is An Island… Written and Performed by Gavin Robertson

“New beginnings. The end of one thing is the start of another, that’s all. And sometimes, even with relationships, you need ‘a temporary ceasing of being’. It’s ok to be on your own. Well it is, for me. For now.” This unique solo show creates an urban and gritty world where a Hit Man, an Alzheimer’s sufferer and a ‘single white male’ share their thoughts and theories on being alone - interwoven with the classic ‘Crusoe’ story and an exploration of cosmology. An extraordinary blend of precise physicality and bold images, ‘Robertson’s Crusoe’ is atmospheric and cinematic – minimum set, maximum effect, supported by an originally composed evocative underscore. Gavin Robertson performs with a subtle conviction that is compelling to watch... The Guardian Careful observation and sheer skill! The Independent

Children/Families Sunday 3 February 1.30pm and 3.30pm Djanogly Theatre £6.50 all tickets Running Time: approximately 45 minutes Suitable for 5+ and their families

M6 Theatre Company present

Mavis Sparkle With a Magician for a Dad and a Stargazer for a Mum, no wonder there’s more to Mavis than meets the eye! A telescope in one hand, a feather duster in the other and a few tricks up her sleeve, Mavis is on a journey North chasing her dream to see nature’s biggest light show with her own eyes. With a little help from a cheeky cuckoo clock, mischievous mop bucket, ingenious inventions and a nice cup of tea, Mavis moves ever closer to making that dream come true. A living picture book BBC Scotland on Sunflowers and Sheds

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Dance/Performance Tuesday 5 February 8pm Djanogly Theatre £15 (£12 concession) Running Time: approximately 50 minutes Suitable for: 12+

Be Like Water Hetain Patel

“Have you ever wanted to be somebody else? I always wanted to be Bruce Lee. And sometimes, my dad. What determines who you are anyway? This is what I’m asking in my new theatre piece Be Like Water. For this production, to answer this question, I’ve learned some Chinese and Kung Fu from the movies. Expect a punchy duet, lots of text, interaction with video projection and some northern factory talk courtesy of my dad.” Following his acclaimed theatre debut TEN, visual artist Hetain Patel returns to the stage in collaboration with dancer Yuyu Rau and digital artist Barret Hodgson to question how we learn how to be. Creative Team Concept: Hetain Patel Text, choreography and performance: Hetain Patel with Yuyu Rau Digital Artist: Barret Hodgson Music: Ling Peng Lighting designer: Jackie Shemesh Dramaturgy: Michael Pinchbeck & Eva Martinez Co-commissioned by Royal Opera House (ROH2), London, Dance4 and New Art Exchange, Nottingham. Development supported by Broadway Media Centre, Lakeside Arts Centre and Hatch, Nottingham, and South East Dance, Brighton. Be Like Water is supported with public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Hetain Patel is a Sadlers Wells New Wave Associate Artist. Presented in partnership with

Literature Friday 15 February 7.30pm Djanogly Theatre £10 (£7 concession) Running Time: 75 minutes no interval Suitable for: 14+

Alice Oswald Memorial In her book-length poem, Memorial, Alice Oswald takes Homer’s Iliad and translates it into an astonishing, beautiful and shocking twenty-first century elegy. Her performance of it is starkly dramatic and intensely moving, and is absolutely unlike any other poetry reading you will see. Alice Oswald won the Forward Prize 1996 with The Thing in the Gap-stone Stile, the T S Eliot Award with Dart, the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize 2006 with Woods, Etc. the inaugural Ted Hughes Award with Weeds and Wild Flowers and a Cholmondeley Award in 2009 for her contribution to poetry. All poetry has a memorial aspect – the fixing of a moment, a place, the passing of a life. But this is remembering on a grand scale. This is a concentrated, intense, multi-tasking elegy. And it is written with a freshness to match Homer's own – as if each soldier had died on the day of writing. -Kate Kellaway in The Observer Presented as part of Nottingham’s first FESTIVAL OF WORDS (www.nottswords.org.uk) by University of Nottingham School of English and Lakeside Arts Centre

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www.lakesidearts.org.uk Follow us: Children/Families/Literature Sunday 17 February 1.30pm and 3.30pm

Children and Families Sunday 24 February, 1.30pm and 3.30pm

Djanogly Theatre £6.50 all tickets Running Time: 50 minutes no interval Suitable for: 4+ and their families

Djanogly Theatre £6.50 all tickets Running time: 45 minutes Suitable for 4+ and families

Michael Rosen: Favourite stories and poems For a first-time visit to Nottingham and Lakeside, Michael Rosen does his non-stop one-man show of poems, stories, songs and jokes including old favourites like Chocolate Cake and We're Going on a Bear Hunt along with newer ones from 'Even My Ears Are Smiling' and 'Michael Rosen's Big Book of Bad Things'. Presented as part of Nottingham Festival of Words www.nottswords.org.uk

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Horse and Bamboo

The Nightingale Based on the story by Hans Christian Andersen Directed by Alison Duddle Designed by Bob Frith, Music by Chris Davies Imagine you could have anything you wanted...the best that money can buy. Unfortunately for the little King, he already has that, and he still feels that something is missing. That is, until he is enchanted by the most beautiful sound in the world and finds friendship in the most unexpected place. A funny and beautiful show for families in Horse and Bamboo’s inimitable visual style using masks, puppetry, performance and original music.

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Children/Families Sunday 3 February 1- 4pm Angear Visitor Centre and Learning Studio Free Suitable for 5+ and families

Traditional Chinese arts and crafts drop in event Nottingham Confucius Institute staff and students present an afternoon of workshops and demonstrations of traditional Chinese crafts including Calligraphy, paper folding and cutting, and Tai Chi. No need to book, just drop in

Chinese New Year Children/Families Sunday 10 February 1 - 5pm Angear Visitor Centre Free Suitable for all

Meet the Notts Anaconda Dragon Boat Team Look out for the Notts Anaconda Dragon Boat team training on the lake on the morning of Sunday 10 February. In the afternoon, come back inside to have an opportunity to chat with prizewinning members of the team and see one of their fabulous dragon boats in the comfortable surroundings of the Angear Visitor Centre!

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www.lakesidearts.org.uk Follow us: Children/Families Sunday 10 February 4.30pm - 6.30pm

Highfields Park Free, with donations towards the Impact Campaign gratefully received on departure Suitable for All

Spring Festival and Chinese New Year Celebrations All are welcome to join us for our annual outdoor celebration to welcome the largest celebration in the Asian Calendar – the Spring Festival otherwise known as Chinese New Year! Today is particularly special because it is the actual day when the Year of the Snake arrives. Wrap up against the cold, and join us for dance, music, and fireworks finale across the lake at 6pm.

Above images: Alan Fletcher and Tom Partridge

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Box office 0115 846 7777 Drama Saturday 2 March 2pm and 7.30pm Djanogly Theatre £5 all tickets

LYTX (Lakeside Youth Theatre Performance Company) Tomorrow I Will Be Happy by Jonathan Harvey

Children/Schools Tuesday 26, Wednesday 27 February 10.30am and 1.30pm Djanogly Theatre £6.50 all tickets Running Time: approximately 75 minutes Suitable for 6+

Theatre-Rites present

Rubbish

A co-production with Warwick Arts Centre, in association with artsdepot. Director Sue Buckmaster, Designer Lise Marker Composer Jessica Dannheisser, Puppetry Design Yvonne Stone and Sue Buckmaster Imagine a world that celebrates its rubbish, where at the touch of a puppeteer’s hand, the contents of a bin bag can transform before your eyes. Rubbish is the latest show from 'the outstanding children’s company Theatre-Rites' (The Guardian). A visually stunning and playful production, exploring the unexpected value of discarded objects. Come and enjoy the beauty, silliness and the inventive world of Rubbish. The company that has put play back into the play and produced some of our most outstanding theatre of the past decade The Guardian

Following the success of Lakeside's first ever auditioned youth theatre group who produced and performed The Grandfathers last year to great acclaim, this year's new team will be working towards another professionally directed production to participate in the 2013 National Theatre Connections programme. Come and lend them your support! Full programme details will be announced on the Lakeside website: www.lakesidearts.org.uk

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www.lakesidearts.org.uk Follow us: Comedy/Theatre Tuesday 12 March 8pm Djanogly Theatre £12 (£9.50 concession) £7 restricted view Suitable for 7+ Running time: approximately 115 minutes including interval

Kepow Theatre Company presents Kevin Tomlinson in

Crazy Little Thing Called Love! Following another successful year at Edinburgh, and sellout tours of America and Canada, Kevin Tomlinson is back with a new comic look at love in all its many forms. Recognised as one of the UK’s leading comic improvisers, Kevin will explore romantic love, platonic love, love for a pet, love of money. You name it, and this show will cover it! Excellent, this is a must see show! The Times

Theatre/New Writing Tuesday 19 March 7.30pm Djanogly Theatre £15 (£12.50 concession) £9.50 restricted view Running Time: approximately 2 hours including interval Suitable for 14+

Border Crossings in association with Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre

Consumed 关系 Performed in English and Mandarin, the production is suitable for both English-speaking and Mandarin-speaking audiences Sex, money and the world wide web Shanghai 2013. After more than twenty years, Tong Zheng returns from the States – to sell Wall Street. The China he finds is very different from the one he left behind. Who is the fascinating “shanghai beauty” he meets online? A strange love story in a virtual world – but a love story all the same. Border Crossings once again joins forces with China’s leading contemporary theatre, following the extraordinary Re-Orientations: Impressive, bold in ambition and fluid…. Guardian A deeply felt, powerfully performed, beautifully staged production.... Londonist

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Nottdance returns as one of Europe's leading festivals, known for its innovative and entertaining programme and always with the question 'What can dance be?' For more information visit www.dance4.co.uk

Box office 0115 846 7777 Friday 8 March 8pm Djanogly Theatre £12 (£9 concession) £6 restricted view

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On Order and Anarchy Colette Sadler (UK) With live music and dance, this new work by choreographer Colette Sadler in collaboration with four dancers and two musicians starts with the idea ‘Composition means to build an instrument’ by composer Helmut Lachenmann and presents the audience with an abstract game based on unstable logic and shaped by the performers relationships. This work is not about representing a social or political system but rather about people trying to 'do' something together, negotiating the space between individual freedom and communality. 'On Order & Anarchy' follows 'Musical' a previous collaboration between the artist and Viennese composer Noid, also presented at Lakeside during the 2011 Nottdance festival. Co-produced by Dance4 Nottingham. Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Supported by Haupt Stadt Kultur Fonds Germany in collaboration with SophienSaele Berlin. Additional support from Choreographic Futures (DanceBase Edinburgh and the Workroom Glasgow funded).

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Saturday 16 March 7.30pm

Djanogly Theatre £12 (£9 concession) £6 restricted view

Djanogly Theatre £12 (£9 concession) £6 restricted view

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Running time: 60 minutes Suitable for all

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Maria Hassabi (USA) Performing with a Persian carpet, Maria arranges her movement as an investigation of fluid sculptural process. The carpet – originally a kind of grounding frame for the dance – becomes, variously, a prop, an outer skin, architecture. These shifts describe the negotiation of desire in a dancing figure approaching visibility, and connect with the material of a defining sculptural ground. This desire manifests itself as a changing temporal process, as complex and interwoven as the many patterns in the carpet. Gazing at this exquisitely designed living sculpture, you also feel your own body straining with Hassabi, and in the slow friction between these two views, mysterious emotions ignite. The Village Voice

Rodrigo Sobarzo (Netherlands) Apnea: the temporary cessation of breathing Drawing on the iconography of sports divers and escape artists Rodrigo immortalises the human body. Pushing at the boundaries of the physical and of the human, he creates a visual and immersive experience of air and the act of breathing. Here Rodrigo translates the physical implications of submersion into the audience’s territory, their minds and inner bodies. Concept and performance Rodrigo Sobarzo; Lighting design Jan Fedinger. A Het Veem Theater, Amsterdam production in co-production with Dance4, Nottingham.

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Ship of Fools Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor (Israel)

Box office 0115 846 7777 Spiced with the music of ABBA, Pet Shop Boys and Michael Jackson, we confront a woman and two men on board their own Ship of Fools, an allegorical vessel without a helmsman or captain, seemingly ignorant of their own direction. Each is bound in a closed, protected world of their own. Nevertheless their encounters are inevitable. As the boundaries that separate the performers are crossed, their personal baggage falls apart and becomes exposed. 'Who is the fool? Us or them?' Both entertaining and thought-provoking, this work examines the fragile encounter between the human need to protect one's distinctiveness from destruction and a yearning for acceptance. This is a welcome return to Lakeside after their warmly received show in January 2012, Big Mouth/Covariance. Commissioned by Israel Festival 2011 and supported by Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Choreographers Association, Suzanne Dellal Centre and Adama.

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Coming Soon 23 April 7.30pm Preview £9 (£7 concession) 24 – 26 April 7.30pm £10 27 April 2pm and 7.30pm £10 (£7.50 concession) Suitable for 14+ The Nottingham New Theatre and Lakeside present

Lysistrata Directed by Martin Berry Translated from Aristophanes by Alan Sommerstein The ancient world is gripped by a seemingly interminable war. With the men of Athens all serving in the forces, the women of the city can take no more. In secret, they meet with the enemy women and form a pact. The battle moves into the bedroom. No sex for the men - unless the women get peace. Lysistrata is the original battle of the sexes and its themes of feminism, power and politics are as relevant now as they were in ancient Greece.

Children/Families Saturday 23, Sunday 24 March 1.30pm and 3.30pm Djanogly Theatre £6.50 all tickets Running Time: approximately 40 minutes Suitable for 2 – 6 years

Lakeside and The Nottingham New Theatre are thrilled to be working on a first collaborative theatre project, marrying the talents of the University’s student-run theatre company with a professional team including direction, design, stage management, education and marketing. This project has been funded by Cascade: a grants programme supported by donations from The University of Nottingham's alumni and friends.

Little Angel Theatre present

Dogs Don’t Do Ballet Biff is not like ordinary dogs. He likes moonlight. And music. And walking on his tiptoes. You see, Biff doesn't think he's a dog, Biff thinks he's a ballerina… The sublime and the ridiculous combine in this hilarious story of a small dog with a big personality and even bigger dreams, brought to life by Little Angel Theatre using beautiful puppets, well-loved ballet music and dazzling comedy. This play is based on the original book Dogs Don’t Do Ballet © 2010 text by Anna Kemp, illustrations by Sara Ogilvie First published in the United Kingdom by Simon and Schuster UK Ltd

Image courtesy of the Department of Theatre, College of Liberal Arts, Auburn University, Alabama. Graphic Design Linda Bell

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Take Part & Learn Lakeside's Learning Team work closely with programmers and curators to create an exciting and fun workshop programme for children, families and adults. The current programme is on our website under 'workshops'.

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Workshops for Little Ones Tiny Fingers Tiny Toes Thursdays: 6 and 13 December 10, 17, 24, 31 January, 7 and 28 February, 7, 14 and 28 March 10 - 11am Performing Arts Studio 18-36 months £4 (accompanying adult free) Crawl, walk, run, dance, sing, build, explore and discover through these fun creative play sessions: a safe space for your toddler to make sense of the world around them.

Workshops for Families Open to all: children must be accompanied by an adult

Craft Club Saturday 1 December 2012, Saturday 12 January – Saturday 9 February and Saturday 2 March – Saturday 16 March 11 - 1pm Learning Studio, Djanogly Art Gallery Free, but please book in advance.

Lakeside is an Arts Award centre. Young people from the age of 7 to 26 years are able to enjoy active participation in the arts, achieve an accredited award that can be very fulfilling, and enhance their career prospects. A young person can earn 35 credits towards their university application through Gold Arts Award . Arts Award inspires young people to grow their arts and leadership talents: it's creative, valuable and accessible. It can be achieved at five levels, four accredited qualifications and an introductory award: Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold. For more information go to www. artsaward.org.uk. To find out more about Arts Award opportunities at Lakeside, contact Ruth Lewis-Jones.

Join the Crafts Council’s team of enthusiastic local volunteers to enjoy the pleasures of making, using wool, textiles and various other materials and craft forms. This is a great opportunity for adults and children to view Lakeside’s exhibitions together and then get absorbed in some hands-on creativity.

Winter Wonderland Walk Sunday 16 December 10am – 12noon Highfields Park Meet at Lakeside Box Office £ 3 (includes use of Outdoor Investigators Pack and hot chocolate) Wrap up & explore the winter wildlife of Highfields Park on a guided walk led by the Park Rangers, using Lakeside’s exciting new Outdoor Lakeside Investigator pack. See what is lurking in the trees once all the foliage has gone. Spot the animals making Highfields their home in the winter. After the walk, warm yourself up with a hot chocolate in Pavilion Café.

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Chinese Lion Mask Making

Spring in Your Step Nature Walk

Sunday 27 January 12.15pm - 1pm and 2.15pm - 3pm (45 minute session) Performing Arts Studio £4

Sunday 17 March 10am – 12 noon Highfields Park (meet at Lakeside Box Office) £ 3 (includes use of Outdoor Investigators Pack and hot chocolate)

Have a ‘roaring’ good time with your visit to ‘Why The Lion Danced’ by making your own Chinese Lion Mask with artist Sarah Palmer. This will provide a fabulous opportunity for families to get into the spirit for the Year of the Snake festivities that will be taking place at Lakeside. The session is open to all.

Land Art Monday 18 February 1.30 - 4pm Learning Studio, Djanogly Art Gallery £8 This is a chance for adults to re-connect with their inner child and get creative with sons and daughters. Join artist Marcus Rowlands to make larger than life drawings with graphite, then collect natural materials from the lake side to combine with clay for this adventurous sculpture workshop. As well as working in the Michelle Stuart exhibition and the Learning Studio, participants will be getting muddy outdoors, so suitable clothing is essential. www.marcusrowlands.com

Art from Nature Tuesday 19 February 10am – 12.30pm Learning Studio, Djanogly Art Gallery £8 Claire Simpson believes that we use our imaginations and creative instincts to play, to learn, to explore, to communicate and to make sense of our surroundings, ourselves and our experiences. In this workshop with Claire you can make art from natural materials; gathering sticks, moss, leaves etc from Highfields Park, weather permitting (as well as using a supply provided by the artist). Please wear suitable clothes for playing outdoors. www.storiesunderstones.weebly.com/ index.html

Spring is here and things are starting to happen all over the park. Explore with the Park Rangers using the Outdoor Lakeside Investigator pack to find the new signs of life in nature. Discover the buds, look for animals making homes and explore the new springtime activities in the packs. We may be travelling off the beaten track so please ensure that you wear appropriate footwear and clothing. After you have found out all you need to know then meet up in the Pavilion Café for a hot chocolate to warm your cockles.

Workshops for Young People

For young people unaccompanied by adults

Sticks and Stones, Soil and Bones Monday 18 February 10am – 12.30pm 7 – 11 years Learning Studio/Highfields Park £8 Join artist Marcus Rowlands to make larger than life drawings with graphite, then collect natural materials from the lake side to combine with clay for this adventurous sculpture workshop. As well as working in the Michelle Stuart exhibition and the Learning Studio, participants will be getting muddy outdoors, so suitable clothing is essential. www.marcusrowlands.com

Colour Chemistry Tuesday 19 February 1.30 – 4pm 11 – 25 year olds Learning Studio/Highfields Park £8 Get your hands on a mortar and pestle to have some experimental fun with artist Claire Simpson who will be showing you how to mix pigments (colours) from natural sources. You will be able to experiment with various dyeing processes to colour cloth and paper, taking inspiration from Michelle Stuart’s amazing exhibition of stained and marked hangings.

Technical Theatre Workshop Thursday 21 February 10am – 3.30pm 13 – 16 years Performing Arts Studio £15 Get involved in the technical side of theatre. To make 'good’ theatre ‘great’ it needs lighting, sound, props, design and a fantastic crew to create the right atmosphere. Working with professional technicians you will bring a short performance to life in the Performing Arts Studio at Lakeside. There will be opportunities to work on the lighting desk, create a sound-track, dress a set and costume the performers. Guided by our friendly staff you will learn your stage right from your stage left and how to make the most of a simple black box space. Please bring a packed lunch.

For all Workshops please book at Box Office 0115 846 7777

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Workshops for Adults

18 years and over. Please bring refreshments or buy from our cafés

Auditions Master Class Sunday 20 January 10am – 4pm 17+ years £ 30/£25 If you have an audition coming up for Drama School or for that all-important role then spend a day working with a professional director and actor who will guide you to get the best out of your performance. Bring along a short prepared speech/monologue and develop a set piece. There will be an opportunity in the afternoon to have a mock audition in appropriate conditions with feedback offered. This will be a supportive day that will enable you to increase your confidence and give you an edge over the competition.

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Vintage Visuals – images onto cloth and more! Sunday 27 January 10am - 4pm Visual Arts Studio £40/£30 Artist Louise Presley works with discarded and nostalgic materials; reworking them into new forms she questions the transition from reality to sentimentality, endeavouring to make objects that have personality, purpose and meaning. Join her to try out photo transfer methods using original vintage/retro fabrics, as well as patchwork and applique techniques. You will have the chance to make a bike seat cover, a no nonsense apron, a vintage headscarf embellished with images and text, or a "Saturday night bag" using fabrics from the era, with visual ideas derived from the Saturday Night and Sunday Morning exhibition. www.hopeandelvis.com

Solar Plate Portraits Sunday 10 February 10am - 4pm Visual Arts Studio £55 (£55/£50 concession). Book directly with Leicester Print Workshop by emailing info@leicesterprintworkshop.com or telephoning 0116 2553634 Taking inspiration from the exhibition Saturday Night and Sunday Morning turn your photos of locals, friends, and family into sumptuous black and white portraits. Solar plate is a photo-etching process in which photographic imagery is 'etched' into a plate and can then be printed many times - producing rich black and white images. During this workshop you will learn how to apply your design by exposing and developing the plate and then how to ink and print your own solar plate photoetchings. The course is being delivered by Leicester Print Workshop tutor Nick Mobbs.

Stage Combat Sunday 10 March 10am – 4pm Performing Arts Studio £30/£25 This taster session will be led by professional fight director Ian Stapleton to give the basics in unarmed combat and sword play. Learn how to throw a punch, take a hit and choreograph your own short hand-to-hand fight routine. You will also be shown basic techniques to enable performers to create a short sequence of sword-play work. This will be a great day of physical activity to enable performers to add to their repertoire of skills. Please ensure that you wear loose, comfortable clothing.

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Art & Landscape: Material, Process & Product Sunday 24 March 10am - 4pm Visual Arts Studio £40/£30 Michelle Stuart’s exhibition at the Djanogly Art Gallery will be a source of reference in this studio based workshop, led by artist David Ainley whose own engagement with quarries and mines of Derbyshire resonates with the Land Art on show. Through discussion and experimental practical work with a range of drawing and painting media, participants will investigate approaches by which they can express their ideas about landscape in individual and creative ways. http://banks-mill.evolvederby.co.uk/ tenants/david-ainley/

Lake Enders - arts group for adults with learning difficulties Wednesday 9 January to Wednesday 13 February and Wednesday 27 February to Wednesday 27 March 2013 1.30 – 3.30pm Performing Arts Studio and Visual Arts Studio Adults with learning difficulties £50 (discounted price of £45 for participants living in Nottinghamshire, outside the city council boundary) Meander Theatre Arts is a Nottingham based company offering an 11 week course for adults with learning difficulties to explore a range of theatre arts practices. Lake Enders sessions are inspired by Lakeside’s performance and exhibitions’ programme and will provide participants with the chance to try out art processes such as block printing, painting and playing with light as well take part in movement, drama and sound. This is a partnership project with Nottinghamshire County Council.

Schools & Colleges What can we do for you?

The Learning Team at Lakeside works closely with schools and colleges, often devising activities in collaboration with teachers and other practitioners. We are always interested to hear your ideas and feedback so please get in touch, attend our consultation events, or meet us for an informal discussion. We encourage you talk to us, here, or by phone, before organising a self-guided class visit. The current programme is on our website.

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Community Partnerships and Lifelong Learning

Artists working with the three gallery art groups take their inspiration from Lakeside’s exhibition programme. Join them for painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, printmaking, textiles, crafts and other multi-media art forms in an experimental, sociable environment, with an emphasis on imagination and creativity. Many young people choose to work towards Bronze, Silver and Gold Arts Award whilst attending Gallery Art Group.

Gallery Art Group 8-10 Saturdays in term time Visual Arts Studio 1.30 - 3pm £40 per term

Gallery Art Group 11-13 Tuesdays in term time Visual Arts Studio 6 - 8pm £50 per term

Gallery Art Group 14-18 Saturdays in term time Visual Arts Studio 10am - 12 noon £50 per term New members are always welcome and bookings for the three Gallery Art Groups in the Spring term open on Saturday 17 November 2012. Contact Box Office on 0115 846 7777 to book your place.

Little Lakesiders Saturdays in term time 10am – 11am Performing Arts Studio 5 - 7 years £40 per term Come and join our weekly Youth Theatre for 5 – 7 year olds as we explore imaginary worlds through drama and creative play. Get ready to get messy, make some noise, and have fun!

LYT 8 - 10 Saturdays in term time 11.30 – 12.30pm Performing Arts Studio 8 – 10 years £40 per term These weekly sessions focus on having fun and developing new skills for the younger members of our LYT Company. It acts as an introduction and training for all aspects of theatre as well as offering performance opportunities throughout the year.

At Lakeside we are committed to providing opportunities for active participation in the arts to those in the community who are socially excluded and from disadvantaged groups. We work in partnership with the local agencies representing these groups to provide highly rewarding and life enhancing arts experiences.

Learning Team Contacts Rachel Feneley Learning Officer (Drama and Dance) rachel.feneley@nottingham.ac.uk 0115 846 7180 Ruth Lewis-Jones Learning Officer (Galleries) ruth.lewis-jones@nottingham.ac.uk 0115 823 2218 Emily Dawkes Learning and Access Administrator emily.dawkes@nottingham.ac.uk 0115 846 7185 Clare Pickersgill Keeper, University Museum clare.pickersgill@nottingham.ac.uk 0115 951 4815

LYT 11 - 14 Tuesdays in term time 6pm-9pm Performing Arts Studio 11 – 14 years £50 per term In these sessions we cover the broadest range of theatre skills including devising and improvising, text, mask, mime, dance and music. You will have opportunities to perform to an audience, go on theatre trips, take part in Arts Award and work in other areas of theatre. New members are always welcome and bookings for the Lakeside Youth Theatre Groups in the Spring term open on Saturday 17 November 2012. Contact the Box office on 00115 846 7777 to book your place.

Thinking about a career in theatre? Passionate about performing? New Street Theatre are offering the chance to perform on the Lakeside stage as part of the cast or band in our production of Sweeney Todd. If being behind-the-scenes is more your thing, why not participate through the New Street Theatre work experience programme as an assistant to a member of the professional, creative or technical team on this production. Interest is welcome from anyone aged 16 to 116... grown ups too! Just drop a line to info@newstreettheatre.com.

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New Street Theatre and Lakeside present

Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street A Musical Thriller Directed by MARTIN BERRY

Music & lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM Book by HUGH WHEELER From an adaptation by CHRISTOPHER BOND Originally directed by HAROLD PRINCE

16 July, 7.30pm Preview 17 – 20 July and 22 – 26 July, 7.30pm 27 July, 2pm and 7.30pm Tickets £13 (£10 concession) £7.50 restricted view Preview: all tickets £7.50 New Street Theatre and Lakeside bring Stephen Sondheim's timeless classic to life; a musical of razor sharp wit and some very close shaves. Following 2012's record breaking run of Little Shop of Horrors and 2011's enormously popular production of Into The Woods, Sweeney Todd will be a fabulous evening of theatre complete with plenty of blood and some suspiciously tasty pies. Originally produced on Broadway by Richard Barr, Charles Woodward, Robert Fryer, Mary Lea Johnson, Martin Richards in association with Jean & Judy Manos This amateur production is presented by arrangement with JOSEF WEINBERGER LTD. on behalf of MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL of NEW YORK."

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Investigat rs Do you want to be an Art Investigator?

If you are aged 7 – 12 years, you can borrow an Art Investigator bag in the Djanogly Art Gallery to help you look at the exhibitions for free! The bag includes an activity sheet with questions about the exhibition as well as an etch-a-sketch, a magnifying glass, some rubber stamps, paper, scissors and pencils to help you look at and investigate the exhibition further.

Or are you more of an Outdoor Lakeside Investigator?

The new Outdoor Lakeside Investigator bags are full of things to help you explore and identify the wild side of Highfields Park. Complete the seasonal missions to claim your rewards from Mission Control! Art Investigators check into the Djanogly Art Gallery desk and Outdoor sleuths report to the Box Office for more information.

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Enjoy the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of our cafés at the Djanogly Art Gallery and the D H Lawrence Pavilion. Both offer hot food, speciality teas and coffees and a truly scrumptious selection of cakes and pastries.

Mon-Sat 10am – 5pm Sundays 11am – 4pm

Mon-Sat 9am-5pm Sundays 10am-5pm

Eating at Lakeside Foodie Must-Haves for the Season Pie & Chips

Saturday 26 January from 6pm Eat, drink and enjoy a performance and DJ Mixing in the Gallery Café from artist and filmmaker Frank Abbott who will present a radical re-cut of Karel Reisz’s smouldering vision of Sillitoe’s novel.

Mongolian Menu

Wednesday 6 February To complement the performance by Anda Union, the Pavilion Café will rustle up some authentic Mongolian fayre. Look out for Buuz (dumplings filled with meat), Tsuivan (meat or vegetable stew with noodles) and Guriltai shul (noodle soup)

Hearty Irish

Saturday 23 February With its roots in traditional Irish, Kíla are one of Ireland's most innovative and exciting bands. Join us in the Pavilion Café for an evening of authentic Irish food.

Feast of India

Wednesday 6 March Sample culinary delights from the Land of the Kings. Rajasthan, home to the Dhoad Gypsies, performing in the Theatre tonight, comes to Nottingham with our well-travelled Chef, Steve (yes, he’s been to Rajasthan) and a menu including Daal-Baati (flaky round breads and lentils) and Besan Chakki (gram flour sweets)

54 Useful Information Lakeside Arts Centre University Park Nottingham, NG7 2RD Box office 0115 846 7777 Book online www.lakesidearts.org.uk For online bookings a fee of 5% will be made. Box Office 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 Sundays 12noon - 4pm Gallery Café Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm Sundays 11am - 4pm Weston Gallery Monday - Friday 11am - 4pm Sat/Sun 12noon - 4pm Pavilion Café Monday - Saturday 9am - 5pm (until 11pm on performance evenings) Sundays 10am - 5pm University of Nottingham Museum Monday - Saturday 11am - 5pm Sun 12noon - 4pm Check website or call the Box Office for Bank Holiday opening times

All venues closed on Easter Sunday except our two cafés

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Access For All

Reservations

Lakeside aims to be fully accessible to people with a disability. There are level access toilets, 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 the Djanogly Theatre and Performing Arts Studio (where possible headsets should be booked in advance) and an induction loop in the Djanogly Recital Hall, Box Office, Djanogly Art Gallery Desk, Gallery Café and Pavilion Café.

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.

Assistance Dogs Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas of the building. Booking Fee There is a booking fee of £1 per transaction - with the exception of the following bookings: In person by cash (notes and coins). 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. Donate

Student Tickets £5 tickets are available for all University of Nottingham student for most performances. Please present your University of Nottingham student card at the Box Office when purchasing tickets. 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 received by Box Office prior to the event. Follow us

There are many ways in which you can donate and contribute towards the continuing success of Lakeside Arts Centre. If you would like to donate £1 at the end of your booking please inform your Box Office Assistant who will add the amount of your donation to the transaction. Every penny of your donation will go towards either programming or learning at Lakeside. We will not take any administration costs from the money you donate.

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How to get here Lakeside Arts Centre is located at the South Entrance of The University of Nottingham’s University Park campus, just off the A6005, University Boulevard, about 2.5 miles from the City Centre. Rail The nearest railway station is Nottingham which is 2.5 miles away. Bus From Broadmarsh Bus Station: Trent Barton Indigo (to Long Eaton/ Derby) every 6-8 minutes during the day and less frequently in the evening; Rainbow 4 (to Stapleford) every 10/15 minutes during the day and half-hourly in the evening. From Market Square: NCT 13/14 (to Beeston/Chilwell) every 15 minutes during the day and less frequently in the evening; 34 (City Centre/University Park Loop) every 7-8 minutes. Term time only, Monday - Friday daytimes and early evenings only. Further information is available from Nottingham City Transport 0115 950 6070 or Trent Barton 01773 712265 or Traveline 0871 200 22 33.

Cycle The local area is well-served by cycle routes with covered parking spaces available, outside the Djanogly Art Gallery, subject to demand. More information on cycling is available from the University and from Nottingham City Council.

inside the D H Lawrence Pavilion there are two spaces in the free car park next to the Pavilion. An additional nine spaces are next to the lake (past the gatehouse, then first left off East Drive towards the D H Lawrence Pavilion.

Car From the M1, take junction 25 and join the A52 to Nottingham. turn right at the third roundabout (Priory), from there the University is signposted. Satnav: use postcode NG7 2RD. East Drive.

Finding your way around Lakeside

Car parking There are two free car parks next to the D H Lawrence Pavilion. Further pay and display parking is available on campus subject to demand; the nearest car park is on Science Road (first right after the South Entrance). Parking is free in the evening and at weekends. Parking restrictions are in place Monday to Friday 9.15am-4.30pm when a ticket will be needed. However the first 30 minutes (with a ticket) is free.

Tall white numbered monoliths indicate the entrances to the different facilities at Lakeside, and all carry a map of the local area. See the key below. Lakeside Arts Centre is set in the beautiful surroundings of Highfields Park and University Park, the latter has Green Flag status. Take a walk around the Lake, or visit the recently refurbished play area. The Boating Lake opens for the season in May. More information is available on Highfields Park from Nottingham City Council's website and on the University's website: www.nottingham.ac.uk

Disabled Parking For the Djanogly Art Gallery and Recital Hall please use the spaces on East Drive (in front of those buildings). For the Djanogly Theatre or other venues located

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