Drop in to Toton Library to learn about Viking poetry and kennings. In this family-friendly event, volunteers will perform Viking poetry in costume.
‘Rhymes and Reasons of Nottingham’s Multilingualism’ explores the variety of languages and dialects of English we hear spoken today. As Britain experiences shifting social realities, what inspirations and meanings lie hidden in the languages and dialects we speak?
Drop-in workshops for adults and children, for novice or experienced artists!
This event will have creative activities, performances, readings, and discussions. Audiences can create their own experimental writings, meet published authors, enjoy book signings, and more.
Being Human is a national festival that highlights the ways in which the humanities can: inspire and enrich our everyday lives and help us to understand ourselves, our relationships with others, and the challenges we face in a changing world.
An interdisciplinary workshop for researchers and students, led by the Centre for Bible, Ethics and Theology at the University of Nottingham.