17/10
Not just an incredibly talented up and coming Nottingham band but a ruthless one too (seven members lost already!)...
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16/10
It's a shop. And an art gallery. And a record label. And a club night...

16/10
On the eve of their free workshop about money, Nusic launch a co-operative discount scheme for local unsigned musicians ...
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"I’d say we’re all a lot more interested in American DIY and bands from the States than we are in UK music"...

15/10
"This is all down to a book I once accidentally left out in the rain"...
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Crocus can more than hold its own with the very best cafés in the city centre, veggie or no...

15/10
The hand-cut chips were stacked like the chefs had been playing Jenga with them...
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Word has it that the Fleece might just be the best Sunday lunch pub in town...

14/10
"You’ve got cash and you can throw out dictionary words, but...I’m back to Nottingham every weekend and haven’t paid for a drink in months." ...
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Five years after their divorce, a couple meet again - whilst on honeymoon with their new spouses...

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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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    The classic Oscar Wilde play intriguingly starring David Suchet as Lady Bracknell
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