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Isobel Adderley – CUSP

Three performers remain still, quivering and shuddering attempting to be sculptural and solid. Contorting like tendons, and existing as three separates but also sometimes becoming one. Audience members are invited to place unshelled boiled fresh broad beans in their mouths. This small dance will exist within the your face and jaw for the duration of […]

Writing Project: Exploring LGBTQ Histories

To tie in with our current exhibition, Desire, Love, Identity: exploring LGBTQ histories, Global Wordsmiths are looking for people from the Nottinghamshire LGBTQ community to take part in an exciting new writing project that will culminate in a published anthology of stories. This project will involve several writing workshops in January/February, a public book launch, and […]

Joe McAlister – The Justice Syndicate

The Justice Syndicate gathers 12 audience members to take on the role of jurors. iPads carefully analyse the decisions they make in real time, providing live opinion polls and interactive documents as you explore the controversial case. Leaving you to question your own ethics and those of others. The Justice Syndicate is a collaboration between […]

Superhero Movie Season

Join the National Justice Museum’s celebration of superheroes with an exciting new film season sponsored by DigiCon, Annie’s Burger Shack and Last Exit To Nowhere, in association with Movies In Focus. Doors to the Museum will open at 7pm and each screening will start promptly at 8pm                              Only £12.50 per film Each screening is strictly limited to 30 […]

Cave City: Nottingham Underground Festival

Friday 11 and Saturday 12 May As part of Nottingham City Council’s Cave City Festival we’re offering special £5 evening ghost tours of the City of Caves. You will delve deep into the caves and discover the mysterious hidden stories of the past which lurk under the streets of Nottingham. You will uncover the ghostly […]