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Unique Connections Wine Tasting Gets the Simple Marketing Touch

November 30th, 2016

Simple Marketing Consultancy will sponsor the Unique Connections Wine Tasting evening which is being held at the Galleries of Justice Museum on the 19 January 2017. All proceeds will go to the museum’s fundraising campaign, ‘Help a Nottinghamshire Child.’
Having recently celebrated their 5th anniversary, the Unique Connections Business Networking Events are committed to providing worthwhile and memorable networking […]

Nottingham’s New National Justice Museum Introduce At The Houses Of Parliament

November 2nd, 2016

Young people discussed the importance of a National Justice Museum at an event held at the Houses of Parliament this week as part of Nottingham in Parliament Day.
In an interactive session delivered by the Galleries of Justice Museum’s education team and attended by MP’s, Judge’s, legal professionals and other invited guests, the youngsters were asked […]

Twice Michelin Starred Chef Atul Kochhar Supports Charity Dinner Helping To Raise Money For Help A Nottinghamshire Child

October 26th, 2016

Twice Michelin starred chef Atul Kochhar recently visited Nottingham for a charity dinner at award winning Indian restaurant MemSaab.  Atul brought a team of chefs from his London restaurant, Benares to cook at the dinner and guests were treated to a four course dinner with paired wines. The night also had live music from singer […]

Call Out For People To Share Their Stories About Nottingham’s Shire Hall

October 25th, 2016

Were you once a member of the jury, a barrister or a member of the press reporting on a trial at Nottingham’s Shire Hall? If so, your story could contribute to an oral history project and become part of the collection at the Galleries of Justice Museum.
As part of a £1million Heritage Lottery Fund supported […]

We are becoming the National Justice Museum in Feb 2017

September 30th, 2016

Launching in February 2017 following a £1million Heritage Lottery Fund supported project, the National Justice Museum will become the new name for The Egalitarian Trust, which currently incorporates the Galleries of Justice Museum, the City of Caves in Nottingham and the National Centre for Citizenship and the Law (NCCL).
Using the UK’s largest collection relating to […]

Galleries Of Justice Museum Loan Playwright’s Cell Door For A Major New Exhibition

September 9th, 2016

The original cell door that renowned playwright, Oscar Wilde was locked behind has been temporarily returned to Reading Prison on loan from the Galleries of Justice Museum. The door forms a key part of a new art installation called ‘Inside: Artists and writers in Reading Prison’.
The exhibition explores the author’s work, as well as the […]

The Galleries of Justice Museum celebrates International Youth Day 2016

August 16th, 2016

Young people were invited into the very heart of the Galleries of Justice Museum to mark International Youth Day on Friday 12th August 2016. The group took part in a debate focusing on the question: Are prisons a sustainable form of punishment?
Senior Curator and Archivist Bev Baker led the youth event with the help of […]

Successful Bid to Deliver Outreach Programmes in Nottingham, London and Manchester

August 3rd, 2016

The Galleries of Justice Museum’s learning team, the National Centre for Citizenship and Law, will be widening access to people from diverse backgrounds to facilitate an exciting new schools outreach project.
The museum has received £126,117 in funding from Arts Council England which will be used to train people from diverse backgrounds to deliver creative education […]

2 For 1 Ghost Tours Broadway Cinema Promotion

July 13th, 2016

Make Spooktacular savings on our Ghost Tours when you show your Broadway Cinema ticket for Ghostbusters.
T&Cs apply: Offer available until August 31 2016. Not available in conjunction with any other offers. Booking essential. You must show cinema ticket on entry. Check website for details. 6pm and 7pm tours not suitable for children under 12 years […]

Get Up, Stand Up! The Galleries of Justice Museum Wins Award for Creative Notts Heritage Project

June 9th, 2016

The Galleries of Justice Museum has been awarded the Inspiration Award for Best Special Project at the Nottinghamshire Heritage and Conference Awards for their Get Up, Stand Up! collaboration with New Art Exchange.
The aim of the project was to rethink diversity in a museum, portraying missing histories and stories of social justice/injustice using new technologies, […]

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