16/04
What we don’t want is to show inaccessible, overly highbrow films which are a chore to watch...
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16/04
A run-down of the twelve local live acts playing free in the Market Square this weekend as part of the Future Sound of Nottingham 2012...

14/04
"There were these two girls sitting on the stage taking photos of themselves while we were playing"...
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14/04
A children's book up for a book award! Whatever next, readability?...

13/04
Ten Notts bands went to The Smoke for the day, took over a pub in Dalson, and tried to break everything...
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13/04
LeftLion exclusive: math-rock extraordinaires unveil their new video here...

13/04
Nottingham Playhouse Youth Theatre enact the tale of an exploited working class hero...
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12/04
August Actually, The Barnum Meserve, Jake Bugg, Great British Weather, Guilty Parents, Seas of Mirth, The Smears, Framework and VDU...

12/04
"I swear if he wasn't so drenched in sweat he'd be on fire"...
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11/04
A load of Notts acts are heading over to Derbyshire for a brand new festival with a folky flavour...

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