Blurb about Brizzle
Blurb about Brizzle
It may have been a little dull recently, but when the sun eventually gets his hat on, you need to be ready to settle on a spot
Here is a handful of ladies who will give you a run for your money when it comes to creativity, innovation and activism
Shellfish was flying all over the shop when we went for summat to eat on Mansfield Road
Rapper, poet, and Doctor Who fanatic Alice Short has been smashing Nottingham’s stages and scribbling like there’s no next year. With the blissfully bleak-yet-hopeful album These Small Towns Are Stranger Than Paradise barely under her belt, she’s got a sack of new tunes in the pipeline. We grabbed her for a chat…
This December, Wollaton Hall is to be taken over by two men who’ve got sacks of tales, stashed. After making a name for themselves as a couple of the best storytellers about, The Woolly Tellers are bringing those magical Christmas bangers that leave gobs on floors and tears in peepers…
In 2016, 29-year-old Nottingham man Ricky Slade was confronted by a paedophile-hunting action group at Nottingham Train Station. He was later charged with three attempts to incite a child to engage in sexual activity and one attempt to meet a child for sexual activity, and died while in custody awaiting his sentence. The group who confronted him goes by the name The Hunted One. We spoke to one of their members about what they do.
Nottingham Arts Theatre is set to get taken over with a plethora of cabaret acts, all thanks to Stu Turner. As part of the Nottingham Comedy Festival, the magician and comedian from Surrey is sure to show the city a thing or two that’ll leave the gobs gaping, all alongside his mates. We chatted to the man himself ahead of the show...
The frontman of the Nottingham duo got on the blower to tell us about what he's been up to lately...
The creative community champions Mimm have hooked up with local fashion brand Studio LBW...
Winter is coming. Aside from smouldering Jon Snows, we’ve got all the joys of shorter days and biting cold to look forward to. Honestly, the whole ordeal can get us a bit down in the dumps, and maybe it does you, too. But fear not. Holistic community therapy institute Tiger Boe has some alternative treatments at hand to help combat all kinds of health issues, both physical and mental. Get your SAD light out for a reading session as we unearth the story of the clinic...
"Notts is full of creative people from all different backgrounds, if we’re on that same creative level we will connect"
"As I walked down Broad Street I could hear the welcoming whine of the sitar floating its way out of Rough Trade's door"
"If you've been lucky enough to bag yourself some tickets, here's some critical, bass-laced listening when you get down to Nottingham Racecourse"
"There are gassy bars and hype tunes out there, but music is about expression and not following what everyone else is doing"
There's loads of stuff to be getting up to, reading, and listening in on for National Poetry Day in Nottingham
"We've definitely been one of those bands that you discover wandering round at 3am. You can't remember anything apart from that one bonkers moment"
Nottingham City Council are looking for more caves to add to their database and they need your help
Festival, you say? Nay. Boomtown is no festival. It is the home to many a warped reality, to disparate wealth, and the revolution of original ravers
Yep, you heard us right. The TV funnyman is coming to our humble Nottingham and he's headlining the Spiegeltent
Here's our list of all the places you can wrap your chops around edible items within a cob. Don't sleep on it
This September, some of Nottingham's best venues are being taken over with the creme de la creme of rockin' acts, all to raise money for charity
The local emcee and beatboxer was left wondering how he was going to get himself to the Vocaloops beatbox battle, but Nottingham city came through in lending a hand
Trampoline to your heart's content on Huntingdon Street, as Nottingham's very own Planet Bounce turns one year old.
Do you know someone in Nottingham who has gone over and above to improve the health of the community? Read on