29/07
Rachael Pennell discusses forgotten females from history, whilst Joe Coghlan and Wolf Sunkmanitu discuss poetry ...
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27/07
The Pet Shop Boys could have come on stage and played through a one-speaker decorator’s radio and still got a cheer...

25/07
"I hoped someone would open a bookshop so that I could get a part-time job. That someone turned out to be me"...
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24/07
Lo-fi indie pop was the style and fun was the focus...

24/07
Before you can say '007', the devilishly handsome Largo is rolling Land Rovers, dodging bullets and bedding the ladies with panache....
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23/07
Dotty's Cafe drew its last breath last Saturday...

23/07
A new film project that opens up the possibilities of filmmaking to the youth of Notts ...
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23/07
Sometimes, even when you're at your lowest ebb, fate can throw you a lifeline - or a skateboard...

22/07
Seasoned pros shine in this retirement home for 'greying opera artistes' in their twilight years...
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21/07
In between Batman films, Christopher Nolan brings us a new psychological thriller starring Leonardo DiCaprio...

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  • LeftLion Magazine #67
    With 8mm Orchestra, Crazy P, The LeftLion Festival Guide, Barney Melton, Geoff Diego Litherland, Nirvana in Nottingham, Reel Equality, Cycling
  • John Doran
    The Quietus co-founder and Editor is taking his memoir on the road as part of a spoken word tour. An English Trip is taking in 31 cities including Nottingham on 12 May
  • Left Brian: End of Season Review
    "When you win games and draw games, you're 'undefeated'. But when you lose games and draw games, you're 'winless'."
  • Nirvana and Nottingham
    How one promoter booked the grunge pioneers first UK tour from his flat in Nottingham
  • A Canadian at London 2012
    "I want to lose myself in the joyous atmosphere of the world’s middle class getting together to cheer on its fastest and best at throwing heavy objects"
  • Sabar Soundsystem
    "The sabar drums come from Gambia, and that’s where we take our name. Conceptually, our chimes are very similar to Javanese gamelan"
  • Haiku Salut
    "We've never played in a courtroom before. The Galleries of Justice's is the place they dissected the bodies of the executed criminals"
  • Pick of the Week: 11 - 17 May
    Buckle up, folks. This week's gonna be a busy one
  • The Importance of Being Earnest
    The classic Oscar Wilde play intriguingly starring David Suchet as Lady Bracknell
  • Barney Melton
    This bloke has been bringing a massive camera to the Malt Cross and snapping Nottingham residents in a way that puts the selfie fad to shame