31/05
What would our favourite local poet have to say about the Hucknall International Byron Festival? (June 3 - 12) ...
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31/05
Gob Squad recreate Andy Warhol's film in which not much happens...

31/05
One mother’s nightmare journey into cyber world...
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31/05
We chatted to this acoustic roots band about their eclectic style and their involvement with the Sillitoe Statue Fund....

31/05
The Future Sound of Nottingham competition just got a whole lot bigger...
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30/05
"I’ve got a very nice shaker that I got free with a Havana Club cocktail. I’m scared of losing it as it’s only small"...

30/05
"There is something both reassuring and – hopefully – inspiring about the space"...
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30/05
An audio walk through the Lace Market telling a story about loss, possibility, revolution and angels....

29/05
A solo walk guided by mobile phone that leads you through the streets of Nottingham and the mind of a terrorist...
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28/05
A story of heartbreak and tragedy told with music, song, comedy, poetry and waffle batter...

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