Culture

I sat down with Neil Bennison, Programme Manager for Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, and discussed the film music festival that

Metalheads of Nottingham were in for a treat when one of progressive metal’s biggest names descended upon the stage of

Amelia Bullmore’s play about the friendship of three women throughout University and beyond is moving and honest, both about the

Impact Arts recently interviewed Abi Whittaker, retail assistant at the legendary Hopkinson Vintage, Antiques and Arts Centre to find out all

During the following weeks, Impact Film & TV writer Sean McGurk will list his opinions on his choice of the 10 greatest

In these dark essay-writing and intensely depressing times, where each and every one of us feels like throwing ourselves into

Baby Driver (Trailer #1) Two years on from his last written project and four years since his most recent directorial

Once again, Impact Arts’ Esther takes a Shakespearean tale and transforms it for the twenty-first century. This time, the turn of A Midsummer

February 2017 was the month in which cinema audiences flocked to see Lego Batman, Split and the raunchy Fifty Shades Darker.

It’s no secret that Hollywood is driven by popular novels, plays and musicals. However, the sad reality is that many