Nottingham is simply full of culture and there are plenty of places for you to pursue your interest in Art and Literature. Here are just a few of them.
Nottingham Lakeside Arts
Nottingham Lakeside Arts is The University of Nottingham’s public arts programme. More than 200,000 people are welcomed to a variety of performances and more each year. This exciting programme of exhibitions, music, drama, dance, special collections, archaeology, participatory and family events for everyone. Set in the idyllic University Park Campus, Nottingham Lakeside Arts is a great destination to relax and unwind and to experience the best in performing and visual arts.
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Nottingham Playhouse puts on a wide variety of drama, music, dance, comedy and of course, the legendary Nottingham Playhouse pantomime. It is situated in Nottingham city centre, makes bold and thrilling theatre. It is world-class, made in Nottingham and as diverse as the surrounding community. Within the walls of the Nottingham Playhouse, productions large and small are created such as timeless classics, enthralling family shows and adventurous new commissions.
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D.H. Lawrence Museum
D.H. Lawrence (1885-1930) was born and brought up in late Victorian industrial England, in the mining community of Eastwood. From this working-class background it was extraordinary that he became a qualified teacher. He then surpassed all expectations of a miner’s son and went on to become one of the greatest writers of the 20th century. The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum is the childhood home to the controversial author and is open to the public as a museum.
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