19/11
"The best way to describe how much I love the sport is that training to me was like shopping or socialising is to others"...
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19/11
Jude Law and Richard E Grant team up for this new British flick....

19/11
Allowing women to perform on stage provokes a crisis for the male actors they have displaced...
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17/11
Shiny lights, mellow folk, charity gigs galore, and some Doctor Who birthday celebrations - it's a fun packed week ahead...

17/11
The hipster band of the moment have fattened up their sound, and they weren't afraid to show it off at Spanky's...
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16/11
Blissed out hypnotic pop from one of the acts playing our next Blow-Out party on 29 November at The Corner...

16/11
On your marks, get set, craft!...
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16/11
With a cast and writer/director team to die for, does this film add up to the sum of its parts?...

14/11
A selection of The Kneel Before Zod Video Club of Nottingham Club's finest poster art to celebrate their third birthday...
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14/11
"I've had Teddy all my life. He goes everywhere with me. People think we're crackers but he's very important to me"...

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