19/09
Natalie Duncan, Nina Smith and Indiana. All accompanied by an orchestra. This Saturday....
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19/09
Nottingham Contemporary turns off the lights for this special WEYA performance...

19/09
A short film from comedy collective This Glorious Monster ...
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18/09
Bolivian writer Mariana Ruiz shares her thoughts on a week where a thousand international artists came to Nottingham...

17/09
With The Cult of Dom Keller, K-Klassic, Chloe McShane, Clay Shaped Boy, Ben Haynes, Alice MacLeod, Ryan Thomas, Indiana, We Show Up On Radar and Emma Bladon Jones...
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17/09
Hallucinogenics, a five pound note and a human topiary took our mid-week WEYA fancy...

17/09
New short film from Fourmost Films and Director Amir Bazrafshan...
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17/09
Despite being filmed the day before her GCSE results, Alice keeps her cool and talks service station inspiration, her forthcoming single and boys...

16/09
A reboot of the 2000 AD fanboy favourite; is the jaw strong enough to uphold the law...
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16/09
The Liverpool based collective collaborated with local Nottingham musicians for their third and final WEYA piece...

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