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The Royal Shakespeare Company’s touring production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, with a different, regional cast playing the Mechanicals and

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In 1914, soldiers of the Indian Army travelled over four thousand miles to fight alongside the British in the First

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This year marks the 3rd time that NU Dance has won ‘Best Overall Club’ at the biggest inter-university competition in

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Shopping and F***ing is a 1996 play by English playwright, Mark Ravenhill. In a world where everything has been reduced

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Stylised sets of celluloid castles and sci-fi spaceships, incredible musical pieces, and an entire theatre full of burly transvestites and

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It’s upstate New York, 1979, post-Vietnam. Set in the Latowski family’s front kitchen-come-bar, Tom Willis’ Electric Nebraska consumes the greying

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‘Mother says that people like me just become intellectual old maids,’ I told him. ‘I don’t see why,’ he protested.

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It may have taken an eternity, but I managed to read all 154 of Shakespeare’s sonnets and to agonisingly reduce

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Following The Tempest‘s fantastic reviews, Impact Arts spoke to the production’s director, Chris Trueman, and producer, Emma Kendall, about all things Shakespeare.

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Nottingham’s own Daniel Hoffman-Gill’s intimate play takes the audience on an emotional rollercoaster, either laughing or crying with no in-between.