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    Nottingham Trent University Choir is searching for a boy treble to sing the iconic song ‘Walking in the Air’ at its concert of Raymond Briggs’ classic story The Snowman.!

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    Bonington Gallery is delighted to announce a solo exhibition by Stephen Willats, a pioneer of early conceptual art and one of the most influential artists of the past 50 years.

  • Amy Bere

    NTU has appointed Amy Bere, BA, MA, FRSA as the new Director of Culture.

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    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is creating a poetry wall in the heart of its City campus for all to see.

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    BBC Concert Orchestra will join Nottingham Trent University Choir at the Albert Hall in April for an evening full of music from Hollywood blockbusters.

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    Bonington Gallery is delighted to welcome Reactor back following its residency in 2021. Here, the Gold Ones flatter (2022) is an audio-video installation that combines digital animation, mobile sculpture and choreographed performance.

  • Love spelt out in scrabble tiles with random tiles placed around the outside.

    Our Writing, Reading and Pleasure programme (WRAP) is giving students and staff the exciting opportunity to see their writing in print in their upcoming anthology All About Love.

  • Three people sitting on a sofa reading books in front of a bookcase.

    You’re invited to reuse, reclaim and recycle! Join us on Thursday 3 March across NTU’s campuses from 12 – 2 pm to donate your pre-loved books or pick up something brand new to read.

  • Benjamin Grosvenor sat at a piano.

    Curated & Created – NTU’s arts programme – is thrilled to welcome celebrated pianist Benjamin Grosvenor to University Hall later this month. Internationally recognised for his electrifying performances, distinctive sound and insightful interpretations, Benjamin will be playing a programme of Schumann, Albéniz and Ravel.

  • Female student singing

    Calling all student singers and instrumentalists – whatever your talent, don’t miss this opportunity to perform and compete for cash prizes. With no limitations on genre or style, if you’re musical make sure you apply now!