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  • Nottingham Castle Performances - an actor standing next to a theatre designer.

    Theatre Design students from Nottingham Trent University designed site-specific performances as part of the reopening of Nottingham Castle.

  • Henry Normal

    Tune in to a series of free, online lunchtime events from Metronome, as writer, poet and TV and film producer Henry Normal speaks to ten celebrated local spoken word artists.

  • Nottingham Puppet Festival

    Working in partnership, the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall, City Arts Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University, have announced dates for the Nottingham Puppet Festival which will take place this summer. From Thursday 24 to Sunday 27 June 2021, locations around the city centre will come alive with a vibrant and fun programme of puppetry. From spellbinding adventures and storytelling, to curious creatures and creations, there’ll be shows, screenings, workshops and walkabouts to entertain the entire family.!...the-nottingham-puppet-festival-is-back

  • Anne Holloway

    Nottingham Poetry Festival is back in November 2021 with new Creative Director Anne Holloway. Experience the very best in local poetry talent through a variety of online and live events.

  • Nursing school in Ayos, established by Eugène Jamot in Cameroon in 1926.

    Explore the theme of DNA through a series of free, online public events in March and April, part of the year-long Formations programme from Bonington Gallery and the Postcolonial Studies Centre at Nottingham Trent University (NTU). Join a variety of conversations, readings and workshops in response to Black History Month, the Black Lives Matter movement and the Decolonisation agenda.

  • The logo for the Spring Loaded season at Nottingham Playhouse

    On Friday 16 April Nottingham Playhouse will release an exciting new programme of live and digital events for their spring season, bringing local stories and East Midlands talent into the spotlight. From stage to screen, there is a variety of productions for you to enjoy in the theatre or at home.

  • Metronome Sessions with information about each event in the series.

    Our city centre venue is launching an exciting series of livestreamed events – Metronome Sessions – bringing audiences music performances, Q&As and masterclasses with industry professionals.

  • The edge of a typewriter and poetry spelt out in scrabble letters on the table.

    Explore WRAP's (Writing, Reading and Pleasure) first-ever anthology, written and produced by NTU students. Celebrating UNESCO World Poetry Day, the poems explore themes of love and loss, family and faith, time and hope.,-reading-and-pleasure-programmes-first-student-anthology-now!

  • A girl sat with a notebook on her lap, holding a mug.

    Win £25 in book tokens and the chance to appear in an online anthology by taking part in WRAP’s travel-themed story contest.

  • A young man sitting in a relaxed position outdoors, leaning over a notebook and writing. He is wearing a red hoodie and green jeans. A laptop and coffee cup are beside him on the grass.

    Curated & Created’s Writing, Reading and Pleasure (WRAP) programme has published a collection of 16 short stories, written by students and staff for a travel themed writing contest. Anthology 2021: Easyrider is available online now for readers to enjoy for free.