As the green shoots of recovery start to show, Chantelle Thornley looks at the impact of coronavirus on local theatre groups.
The organisers of the Splendour Festival have announced this year’s event will be going ahead — and have named a host of acts.
Following the release of their latest album, metalcore band Architects have announced a UK arena tour for next year.
With a roadmap out of coronavirus restrictions published, the aptly-named Unlocked Fest has been given the go ahead at Newark Showground.
After topping the UK charts with his latest album, rapper slowthai has announced a UK tour.
The latest solo exhibition to open online at Newark’s Gallery 6 is A Tribute to J. M. W. Turner.
The organisers of Southwell Music Festival have confirmed this year’s event will go ahead in August after missing 2020 because of the pandemic.
King Henry VIII, Guy Fawkes and Dick Turpin are heading to Newark Showground later this year in another outdoor production.
To mark the 25th anniversary of their acclaimed debut album, the Fun Lovin’ Criminals are heading out on the road.
Live theatre will return to Lincoln Cathedral in summer 2022 with a lavish production of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame.
South African cellist Abel Selaocoe is the latest performer to take his concert online for Lakeside Arts Centre and the Royal Centre, Nottingham.
A drive-in performance of David Walliams' Billionaire Boy at Newark Showground has been rescheduled to May.
A day of online events gives youngsters the chance to create, imagine and play in the latest chapter of Newark Book Festival.
Comedian Jimmy Carr, due to perform at Nottingham's Royal Concert Hall this month, has been forced to move the dates to later in the year.
A timely exhibition by an internationally-acclaimed sculptor is coming to Southwell Minster later this year.