22/11
Nottingham Operatic Society's annual offering of musical entertainment...
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One of the hardest working bands in Nottingham showbiz, it's your local answer to Queens of the Stone Age...

21/11
It's been a long wait for JRR Tolkien's masterpiece, and things haven't been easy it seems...
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21/11
A frilling stitch-up of Nottingham's famous fabric industry through artistic eyes...

21/11
Our traditional Christmas market is back for another year...
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21/11
Set on the home front during the Second World War, this new production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream tells of a very British way of life...

21/11
What do scuba diving and grand opera have in common?...
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20/11
Bang! Short Film Festival is back at Broadway this weekend, and it promises to be bangier than ever before...

20/11
"I've lived in Nottingham for thirty years and you want Sven to find a training ground?"...
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19/11
The second part of this special set, recorded live at The Maze...

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