British punk veterans Buzzcocks will be joining Kaiser Chiefs, Busted and Billy Ocean at Splendour, along with a host of other new acts now revealed for Wollaton Park on Saturday July 22.
Pantomime comes to the Palace Theatre, Newark — eight months early.
Smash-hit farce, One Man Two Guvnors, is the latest production to be staged by the Robin Hood Theatre Company.
London-based songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Seramic plays at Nottingham’s Rock City on Friday.
A free concert takes place at Southwell Minster on Friday to announce the programme for this summer’s Southwell Music Festival.
From the makers of Peppa Pig, another BAFTA-award-winning children’s television show is brought to life.
The Olivier Award-winning production of The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time returns to the Theatre Royal, Nottingham, for a two-week run.
When Lego Worlds was first announced I was quietly optimistic. It all sounded so simple: take Minecraft, let the folks at Telltale Games smash it to pieces, and then rebuild it all with Lego bricks.
Great sci-fi movie soundtracks are to be celebrated at a new festival in Nottingham — Soundstage: Music And The Moving Image.
A modern production of a literary classic is promised at Nottingham Playhouse from Tuesday. The Grapes Of Wrath, written by John Steinbeck and published in 1939, will feature 40 local people playing a community ensemble and live music.
Eclectic singer Richard Stark, who performs in opera and concerts across the world, is headlining a date at Barnbygate Church, Newark.