May 2018

1 May 2018

Dads' Dinner
Maison Foo are inviting new Dads for dinner. Run by two new mothers who have spent the last 2 years seeing their partners become fathers and adjust to life with little ones, Maison Foo feels this fatherhood journey isn’t talked about enough.
Maison Foo (UK)
iC4C Nottingham

8 May 2018

Sinergia
|SOLD OUT| Sinergia (Synergy): The interaction or cooperation of two or more substances, or other agents to produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their separate effects.
Manuel Liñán (ES)
Nottingham Lakeside Arts Nottingham

10 May 2018

Free Falling - Double Bill
An openhearted double bill of down‑to‑earth dance that is sensual, striking and a beautiful respite from the hustle and bustle.
Hagit Yakira Dance (IL/UK)
iC4C Nottingham

12 May 2018

Run A Mile
Join members of the Sneinton and St Ann's communities to run, walk or toddle a mile around King Edward Park to help raise funds For Studio4!
For Studio4
King Edward Park (Studio4) Nottingham

13 May 2018

Boys' Only Experience Day
Dance4 Centre for Advanced Training in dance is offering boys aged 11-17 a day of dance workshops.
iC4C Nottingham

19 May 2018

WALKSHOP: Path
How do we read our surroundings?
Emma Lewis-Jones (UK)
iC4C Nottingham
Loop Atlas II
With both playfulness and seriousness, Matthias asks you to consider the possibility of experiencing movement as a kind of conjuring through ‘looping’: rhythmically repeating and gradually reshaping movement.
MATTHIAS SPERLING (UK)
THE GALLERY LEICESTER

23 May 2018

Nottingham Young Creative Awards
Young Creative Awards 2018 Awards ceremony - Exhibition from 5PM, Awards Show from 6:30PM.
Nottingham Playhouse Nottingham

26 May 2018

WALKSHOP: Market
How do we read our surroundings?
Emma Lewis-Jones (UK)
iC4C Nottingham

28 May 2018

The Princess & The Pea
A charming and beautifully quirky dance theatre adaptation of this favourite Hans Christian Andersen story by the brilliant Norwegian company Dybwikdans.
Dybwikdans (NO)
Nottingham Lakeside Arts Nottingham

29 May 2018

The Princess & The Pea
A charming and beautifully quirky dance theatre adaptation of this favourite Hans Christian Andersen story by the brilliant Norwegian company Dybwikdans.
Dybwikdans (NO)
Nottingham Lakeside Arts Nottingham