03/05
With Tall Ships, Jimmy Islip and Helen Chambers, Flags, Alright The Captain, 8mm Orchestra and more...
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02/05
Nina Smith, Jake Bugg, Gallery 47, Daniel Dobbs, Timothy J. Simpson and more help to blow out the candles on the cake...

02/05
We talk to the Glaswegian Sikh broadcaster, writer and chef as he brings his comedy cookery show to Nottingham...
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01/05
Injured Birds, Paper Plane Crash, Dusty Bible and the Honey Drippers and Matt Edible all do their thing for charity...

30/04
With Breadchasers, The Junk, The Undercats, Captain Black No Stars, Jimmy The Squirrel and more......
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30/04
A classy but friendly eatery, great for groups and couples seeking after-work snacks and beer...

30/04
It effortlessly demonstrates that just when you think you’ve got the measure of Indian food, it springs even more surprises on you...
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30/04
Who knew you could make an aubergine taste so good?...

29/04
"Brimming with rich detail, physical history and frightening expressions"...
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28/04
Got fifteen minutes to spare on your lunchbreak? Then get down City Library before it turns into a Tesco....

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