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Lakeside Arts Centre



Lakeside, the University of Nottingham’s public arts centre and museum, has established an enviable reputation for its year round programme of high quality exhibitions, music, theatre, dance, comedy and participatory events, appealing to audiences from across the region. We have also recently welcome the Museum of Archaeology to Lakeside, which now occupies a brand new exhibition space and like the gallery, has free admission.

Lakeside’s work with children and young people - including youth theatre groups, gallery art groups, summer schools, with excellent theatre provision - has gained enormously in popularity and regularly attracts capacity audiences.
 
In addition, Lakeside promotes a number of eagerly anticipated annual events including Chinese New Year celebrations in late January/early February, the International Children’s Theatre and Dance Festival in June, and LUSTRE - the Midlands premier contemporary craft makers’ market in early November.

We also a regional partner with many other local cultural venues and support and lead national and regionally significant events. We are part of Spirit Nottingham and Ticketing Network East Midlands.
 
Conveniently located on the University Park campus, Lakeside houses two excellent cafes; the Gallery Café which serves homemade sandwiches, cakes, hot food and drink and the Pavilion Café, a bistro and delhi-bar serving speciality coffees, flavoured teas, wines and beers as well as sandwiches and paninis.

Overlooking Highfield's park & playground, and the University lake, Lakeside provides a wealth of experience, whether you are 2 or 92!
 
FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE OR CALL THE BOX OFFICE 0115 846 7777

               

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14th to 17th Feb 2017: Half-term Activities

Tue 14 Feb - Fri 17 Feb

Where:  The University of Nottingham Museum
Cost:      Free - drop-in

Half Term Fun in the Museum

Free Drop-In Sessions in the Museum for children and families during half term.

Tuesday 14 February
St Valentine's Day originated in the medieval period - come and make your own special card or decoration based on patterns from our beautiful medieval tiles.

Wednesday 15 February
The Romans celebrated the festival of Caristia in February by throwing huge banquets. Come to the Learning Studio and sample some Roman food at our very own banquet including goats' cheese, figs, olives, anchovies, honey and Roman bread. Make a Roman wreath to take home and wear.

Thursday 16 February
Did you know that prehistoric people used to make jewellery out of seashells? Come and make your own prehistoric necklace or wristband.

Friday 17 February

The Anglo-Saxons called the month of February 'Solmonaþ' which probably means 'the muddy month'. Come and make an Anglo-Saxon pot out of clay (not mud!)...they make great pencil holders.


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