Fat Thursday on a Saturday
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Fat Thursday on a Saturday
10 February 2018

Join Nottingham's Signpost to Polish Success to celebrate Fat Thursday with an afternoon of family activities inspired by the tales of Pyza, the Polish dumpling girl!



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International Women's Day: Collective Therapy
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International Women's Day: Collective Therapy
10 March 2018

SheAfriq, a Nottingham based collective of creative women of African descent, bring an afternoon packed with creativity, workshops and activities to empower women.



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Melting Pot
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Melting Pot
12 May 2018

Our annual food and culture festival returns, showcasing the tastes and talents of our surrounding area!



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Darbar Fringe Festival
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Darbar Fringe Festival
15 June 2018 - 17 June 2018
New Art Exchange

Darbar Fringe is a new festival exploring the connections between classical, contemporary and urban creative contexts, analysing the significance of South Asian and wider cultural influences on art and UK identity.



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Kefaya
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Kefaya
15 June 2018
New Art Exchange

Kefaya are a band that truly escape musical definition. An eclectic group of immigrants, travellers and international artists, Kefaya seek to find the common ground between folk traditions of the world with a cutting-edge sound rooted firmly in the 21st century.



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Culture Unwrapped: Being Brown
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Culture Unwrapped: Being Brown
15 June 2018
New Art Exchange

Skinder Hundal, CEO of New Art Exchange, will moderate a discussion about BBC Radio 4's controversial broadcast of Enoch Powell's infamous 1968 "rivers of blood" speech.



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AFTERGLOW
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AFTERGLOW
16 June 2018
New Art Exchange

What do a beatboxer, visual artist, Indian sitar player and a Western flute player have in common? These five innovative artists will share a new piece of work at Afterglow following a five-day residency.



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Culture Unwrapped: Big Picture
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Culture Unwrapped: Big Picture
16 June 2018
New Art Exchange

Culture Unwrapped explores culture through the lens of race, politics and literature.



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Brunch & Pop Up Music at Darbar Fringe
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Brunch & Pop Up Music at Darbar Fringe
16 June 2018 - 17 June 2018
New Art Exchange

Join us for food and music grooves.



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Roopa Panesar
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Roopa Panesar
17 June 2018
New Art Exchange

Discover India's iconic instrument – the sitar.



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Sura Susso
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Sura Susso
17 June 2018
New Art Exchange

Discover the musical stylings of kora player, percussionist and singer-songwriter Sura Susso.



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Culture Unwrapped: Word Power
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Culture Unwrapped: Word Power
17 June 2018
New Art Exchange

Anila Dhami, journalist and producer, uses her platform to start conversations to shed light on topics that affect communities, such as women’s empowerment, domestic abuse, and homosexuality.



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Logos for; Nottingham City Council, East Midlands Development Agency, Neighbourhood Development Company, European Regional Development Fund, Greater Nottingham Partnership, Arts Council England