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  • Costume design students

    Our Costume Design and Making students are embarking on an exciting new project in partnership with Nottingham Castle to create costumes to be used onsite when it reopens in early 2021.

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    Launched by Bridie Squires, NTU’s former Writer in Residence, and supported by Curated & Created, Gobs is a 3-month programme for emerging writers and artists who want to challenge, move, and say something.

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    Following the success of the first Nottingham Puppet Festival in 2018, the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall, City Arts and Nottingham Trent University have announced a follow-up festival in May 2020, featuring puppetry walkabouts, workshops and performances across the city.

  • NTU Choir perform Queen 2019

    Ever wondered what it feels like to perform with one of the UK’s finest orchestras in one of the country’s best concert halls? NTU students and staff are invited to find out by joining the NTU Choir for this year’s blockbuster spring concert.

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    Nottingham Trent University’s Music team are searching for local boy trebles to sing the iconic song from The Snowman, as part of their Family Christmas Concert on Saturday 14 December.

  • Bridie Squires looking at the camera with a plastic toy duck next to her.

    Our Writer in Residence Bridie Squires wants to hear from students about their best NTU experiences. The entries will help her to develop a spoken word commission for performance at this year’s graduation ceremonies.

  • Concert Band

    The NTU Concert Band are celebrating success after their return from the National Concert Band Festival (NCBF) 2019 with a Silver Award.

  • NTU Chamber Choir with students and staff members from Communications University China

    Our Chamber Choir has recently returned from an exciting international tour to China. Students, staff and alumni from the auditioned ensemble had the opportunity to travel across the globe, visit three major cities and perform in concerts at two of NTU’s partner universities.

  • World Poetry Day Event

    Nottingham City of Literature will be hosting an event for World Poetry Day on 21st March, live streamed from Nottingham Trent University's Clifton Campus.

  • Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company presents Coram Boy

    Do you have a passion for taking part in theatre? Do you love to act or sing? Do you want to work with the Playhouse’s Artistic Director, Adam Penford? Then don’t miss this exciting opportunity to join the Nottingham Playhouse’s Coram Boy Community Company.