16/09
The strongest line up in its history - fans from all over the East Midlands and UK witnessed some of the hottest rock and metal acts in the land...
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16/09
It's D.H Lawrence season (5 - 25 Sept). Robert Shore argues that the Notts author made it possible for us all to swear more freely... ...

16/09
A new shop has opened in Broadmarsh so we spoke to the owners to find out a bit more about their trendy gear...
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An intelligent, respectful interpretation of some of David Bowie’s most fascinating and multi-layered music ...

15/09
The festival is back, and so is our stage at the Broadway. Have a gander at what we've got in store for you...
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15/09
A solid half an hour of Nottingham music and chat for you to lose yourself in...

15/09
We caught up with the director and writer of the short film with a current Kickstarter campaign...
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What's big, green and farts a lot?...

15/09
We went to see the late Philip Seymour Hoffman's last lead role in this new John Le Carre adaption from Director Anton Corbijn...
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14/09
There really is something for everyone to p-p-pick up this week...

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    Marvel's Avengers are back together for their second big screen outing
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    "When you win games and draw games, you're 'undefeated'. But when you lose games and draw games, you're 'winless'."
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    How one promoter booked the grunge pioneers first UK tour from his flat in Nottingham
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    "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"
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    "We've never played in a courtroom before. The Galleries of Justice's is the place they dissected the bodies of the executed criminals"
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    "Fiction that defies categorisation and gives two fingers to pigeonholes"
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    The classic Oscar Wilde play intriguingly starring David Suchet as Lady Bracknell