March 2007

Results!

ANY student can apply to be an Editor at Impact magazine regardless of experience!

If (like me) you’re still in our beloved Notts due to a not so beloved work load, Firefly are hosting a Residents Party on March 31st featuring the likes of Thrash Jelly and Jeet; the perfect opportun

Striding into its second exhibition of the three part series, Parade, ‘Out of Place’ (currently on show at the Angel Row Gallery), manages to effectively convey how society tends to ignore the mun

On Thursday 15th February, Waterstone’s in Nottingham Broadmarsh was visited by one of the most up-coming authors of this generation, and arguably, also one of the most controversial.

After the death of her second husband, Bernada Alba steps up her tyrannical regime over her five daughters.

Lakeside Theatre’s most recent production, The Kiss by Glyn Cannon, is
a story of middle-class life gone awry.

We join Peter (Theo Taptiklis)- an affable, academic looking sort- on a park bench in New York, quietly reading on a Sunday afternoon until he is interrupted by a stranger bent on a conversation.

We join Peter (Theo Taptiklis)- an affable, academic looking sort- on a park bench in New York, quietly reading on a Sunday afternoon until he is interrupted by a stranger bent on a conversation.

We join Peter (Theo Taptiklis)- an affable, academic looking sort- on a park bench in New York, quietly reading on a Sunday afternoon until he is interrupted by a stranger bent on a conversation.

If you don’t fancy trying to concoct a home made Christmas dinner for your flat mates we’ve found a few places you might like to try for a charcoal/mush free festive feast…