12/02
A cantankerous old man and his long suffering wife live out their final days in an idyllic landscape...
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11/02
Comic tales are interspersed with darker stories of a mis-spent youth...

11/02
The master story-teller, Nottingham Trent lecturer and novelist has broadened the landscape of dreams with his latest book Mouse Bird Snake Wolf...
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The Northern Californian headliners much needed energy in to the room...

10/02
The 200th anniversary of Austen's classic kicks off the Festival of Words ...
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After three years of pulling in art from all over the world, Nottingham Contemporary have finally handed their main space to a locally-based artist...

08/02
"Winter Wonderland opens in the Square. Jesus Christ, what gibbon in the Council House stopped licking lead paint off a stick long enough"...
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A hilarious send up of all things ballet in this fabulously camp all male show...

08/02
With support from Spotlight Kid and All Eyes West...
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07/02
Get all touchy-feely at the Nottingham Contemporaries latest exhibition...

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