31/01
Calling all women! The Women Leading Learning branch are right up for you joining their wicked new courses...
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31/01
"Their return might be triumphant, but it’s anything but triumphalist"...

31/01
New music, live in session, from Nottingham for Nusic. The latest artist in the Nusic Future Session studio is...
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30/01
With Shelter Point, Aisling Loftus, Dawn of the Unread, Grey Hairs, City of Football, Ada Lovelace, Time To Talk, Philip George, DJ Blender and more...

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The much anticipated opening of Red's True Barbecue, transforming the building that previously housed Fopp into a Mecca for meat....
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30/01
Aakash Odedra returns to Lakeside Arts for a double bill of affecting and personal dance pieces...

29/01
"Having a boss who speaks open and honestly with the fans, cares as much as we do, and ultimately is one of our own, is as sweet as can be"...
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29/01
Disney follow up Frozen with a story about a boy and his inflatable robot...

28/01
Ever seen a pretty gazette knocking around the flier section in the pub? We exchange pleasantries with the lovely ladies behind it ...
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28/01
The National Theatre serve up a slapstick gag fest of one minder caught between two dodgy guvnors...

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