29/03
With Tangled Hair, Shoes and Socks Off, Ocean Bottom Nightmare, Crushing Blows, Solomon Grundy and many more...
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28/03
The quality of busker in Nottingham is so high that people not only drop spare change, but also dance, take photos and record the performance ...

27/03
"One of the greatest skills any musician can have is to be able to play with other people and contribute without forcing someone out the way"...
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26/03
Ayoade stays behind the camera the entire time, leaving the spotlight to shine on some brilliant performances...

26/03
Steven Berkoff's superb adaptation of Sophocles's Oedipus the King is unmissable...
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25/03
Writers, readers and bibliophiles gathered to discuss and debate the written word in its various forms...

25/03
This is the most DIY approach to making music you are ever likely to witness...
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25/03
In the end, we learn that humankind are really the monsters and that pride really does beget a fall...

25/03
Featuring Rikki Marr, Harleighblu, and Dick Venom and the Terrortones...
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24/03
It is all very Allen, of course, with his cynical view of relationships on full show once again...

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