19/12
"I love the anarchy of panto. It’s also got everything theatre should have; song, dance, drama, comedy, spectacle, everything"...
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19/12
"Still a pulse, bit heavier, less or no hair, but still alive"...

18/12
"After the sheer misery this season, there is an abundance of positivity that I’m delighted to be able to share with you this month"...
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18/12
Singer and comedian Duncan Oakley offers a Christmas song that packs a punch without any of the schmaltz...

18/12
"In Kinch’s hands the saxophone sings, its voice multiplying as delay pedals are triggered, the sound then switching to guttural growls, cries and discords"...
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18/12
A Notts short from Fourmost Films...

17/12
Jake Bugg, Alright The Captain, Bru-C, Euler, Amber Run, Chloe McShane, Ashmore, Bus Stop Madonnas, Rue Royale, Baby Godzilla and more...
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17/12
Crazy cats' choruses, an eye-opening exhibition, a decorative workshop and endless Christmas parties. What's not to like?...

17/12
A film about Allen Ginsberg's time at Columbia University...
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17/12
NWS, Weathervane Press and Five Leaves Publishing celebrated the launch of three new books by hosting a night of crime at Antenna...

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  • LeftLion Magazine #60
    With Stuart Pearce, Shaun Derry, Sleaford Mods, Gallery 47, Lenton Flats, Soul Buggin', DiY, D'Israeli, Ross Noble and more...
  • LeftLion Magazine #59
    With Rankin, London Grammar, Ronika, World War I, Kogumaza, Sneinton Arts Scene and the eighties miners strikes
  • Murdered By My Boyfriend
    This new, one-off BBC Three drama is based on the true story of a Nottingham girl who suffered at the hands of domestic abuse
  • Brief history of Gunn Crime
    An overview of the criminal careers of Bestwood Cartel leaders and 'Godfathers' of Nottingham gang crime, Colin and David Gunn
  • 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"
  • Stuart Pearce
    "I don't think I could have finished my life without managing Nottingham Forest"
  • Five Reasons Why Grandmaster Flash Changed The Game
    The man who introduced the medium of hip hop to the mainstream will grace the stage of Nottingham this Sunday at The Approach
  • Paul Kaye on Sid Vicious
    "What tepid and conservative times we live in by comparison. Kids didn't tweet their idols back then, they gobbed at them"
  • Pick of the Week: 28 July - 3 August
    A bit of this and a bit of that make for loads of fun things to do this week
  • Nottingham Riverside Festival
    This weekend is Nottingham's largest free festival with up to 120,000 people heading for the shows, fairs and a monster firework display