2nd – 11th September: The D.H. Lawrence Festival
30th September: Gin & Gaslight . The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum in Eastwood will become a pop-up Gin Palace for the night for this special evening event. There is something truly magical about touring the museum on an autumn evening by gaslight, and there is the opportunity to sample some gins to help you settle into the season.
14th October: Gin & Gaslight The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum in Eastwood will become a pop-up Gin Palace for the night, for this special evening event. There is something truly magical about touring the museum on an autumn evening by gaslight. Why not embrace the season by enjoying the atmosphere and sampling some gins!
To find out more about what’s on in Broxtowe visit the L Leisure Events page
We host a programme of changing exhibitions in our Gallery Space. We love to promote our local community so if your group has an exhibition that you think would work well in our Gallery Space please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Return to Sea and Sardinia 100
A pilgrimage in photographs
In 1921, D.H. Lawrence and his wife Frieda travelled from Sicily to Sardinia. It was a voyage which was to inspire one of the writer’s most significant travel works, Sea and Sardinia. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the book’s publication, the Fondazione Sardegna Film Commission supported Daniele Marzeddu to direct a new film, which retraces D.H. Lawrence’s steps, ‘Return to Sea and Sardinia’.
This photography exhibition shows 100 of the images taken as part of the project. The images capture the historic buildings, the dramatic landscape and the contemporary inhabitants of the two islands: from The Duomo to street food stalls, and from the Ionian Sea to a Palermo storyteller, across to the Mediterranean Sea to reach Cagliari and finally on the train to interland Sardinia.
Eastwood: Coal, Community and Change
2nd September – 26th November 2022
An exhibition of iconic coal mining themed images of Eastwood, through the years up to Moorgreen Colliery closing in July 1985, and the coal mining heritage attached to the town and surrounding area in the years since
The Earth Museum
The Earth Museum is a free online resource that enables people to explore the global stories of D.H. Lawrence through the surviving objects and artifacts that connect with his life. Go to the site and click on each of the red dots to find out more about the world renowned author.
There are a series of fascinating stories at the Earth Museum, on artifacts and places around the world.