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...

15/09
The Lawyers, Moseek and Hyphen Hpyhen live at The Bodega as part of World Event Young Artists...
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15/09
When books and music come together in beautiful harmony...

15/09
It's not always easy being a bootlegger in prohibition-era America...
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14/09
Nottingham, compassionate? No, really. ...

13/09
Nottingham can not only do exotic (in the form of WEYA); it is exotic – provided you’re from somewhere else...
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"I can remember my gran tearing up cereal boxes when there was no more paper and I’d draw on the inside of the card"...

13/09
One of the biggest art festivals in the world kicks off in Notts with style...
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Kama Sutra for book lovers...

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    With 8mm Orchestra, Crazy P, The LeftLion Festival Guide, Barney Melton, Geoff Diego Litherland, Nirvana in Nottingham, Reel Equality, Cycling
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    Marvel's Avengers are back together for their second big screen outing
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    "When you win games and draw games, you're 'undefeated'. But when you lose games and draw games, you're 'winless'."
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    How one promoter booked the grunge pioneers first UK tour from his flat in Nottingham
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    "I want to lose myself in the joyous atmosphere of the world’s middle class getting together to cheer on its fastest and best at throwing heavy objects"
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    "We've never played in a courtroom before. The Galleries of Justice's is the place they dissected the bodies of the executed criminals"
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