01/09
1919. WWI has just ended. The seemingly happy Conway family gathers to celebrate a birthday party. Eighteen years later, on the brink of WWII, we see that the future is far from the one they imagined that night...
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31/08
As summer is coming to an end, there are still plenty of things to get yourself involved with...

31/08
We caught the new environmental themed film starring Jesse Eisenberg and Dakota Fanning...
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31/08
Celebrating the release of his new album All Will Be Well at Nottingham Contemporary with support from Hearts and Jamie Moon...

30/08
New music, live in session, from Nottingham. The latest artist in the Nusic studio is...
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29/08
A creative writing piece imagining how the legendary writer felt in his days of managing amateur theatricals in Nottingham...

27/08
Legendary Notts free-party collective DiY threw a 25th birthday at the weekend. At their expense. As ever. Then someone robbed them. LeftLion asks if you can help...
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27/08
Featuring conditional love, a retiring detective, a ramshackle package of poems, a literary Frankenstein, and more...

26/08
We teased you a couple of months back, but with his album Fulcrum out now, here's his full session in all its glory...
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26/08
Synths and guitars were set spacewards at Nottingham Contemporary...

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