17/06
After the city council approved plans for several different 'quarters', we have a look at the artistic quarter that is Sneinton...
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17/06
"Being a writer pays tuppence, but it's fantastic."...

17/06
French Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet's first English language film since Alien: Resurrection in 1997....
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16/06
Disabled people are subject to appalling discrimination, just like some people suffer from sexism, racism or homophobia...

16/06
"Ryan put us forward to the competition and seemed to keep quiet about it until we all eventually found out"...
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Ronika, Grey Hairs, Michael A Grammar, Opie Deino, Garton, Simon Waldram, Privateers, Kundalini, Ryan Thomas, Bru-C, Timothy J Simpson & The Monstrous Dead and Sleaford Mods....

15/06
A rather fancy selection of fine things for you and yours to do over the seven days in Nottingham...
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14/06
Colin wants your vote, but it's not your typical election. A Nottingham short film starring Chris Waller and Ojan Genc...

14/06
The secret event of stalls, live art and music, with 1st Blood, NG64, Mimm, Motormouf, One Bomb and more...
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Unbeknown to many, there's a hidden gem of a place for people to binge on books... In a house in St. Ann's...

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