14/11
Rodger and Hammerstein’s classic musical brings some much needed sunshine to Nottingham shores...
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13/11
The noises coming out of the team seem promising, and the lads now appear to have an added bite of resilience...

12/11
"Forest released their finances again, which always makes rather grim reading"...
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11/11
In 1920s Milwaukee, a man receives a mail-order bride who has survived the massacre in Armenia and he tries to recreate his lost family....
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10/11
The energy they displayed for two hours was incredible, a far cry from the almost-accoustic style of Chao's studio albums...
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09/11
You can now watch a selection of the best Nottingham-produced short films and videos on LeftLion.co.uk for free...

08/11
A Shakespeare comedy the way it was meant to be, bristling with pun laden bawdy slapstick that kept the audience in stitches throughout...
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08/11
"We just had the time of our lives. Studying art here was amazing in every respect, creatively, sexually and alcoholically"...

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