Arts

In honour of the University of Nottingham’s very own NSTV celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, Impact are looking back

Monk’s House sits in the tiny rural village of Rodmell, carefully tucked away behind the rolling Sussex downs. The first

Impact’s Esther Kearney brings us a beautiful short story about change and new beginnings to welcome in the next academic

TITLE: The Queen of the Tearling AUTHOR: Erika Johansen GENRE: Fantasy PUBLISHER: Harper Collins PUBLISHED: 2014 PAGES: 488   This

Michelle Halket and I had been in contact regarding a poet and their writings that Halket’s built-from-the-ground-up publishing house, Central Avenue, personally

  Impact Arts’ Tom Proffitt spoke to three more of the cast of Nottingham Lakeside Arts’ Blue Stockings to find out

This production of Irvine Welsh’s infamous novel immediately immerses the audience in its vibrancy and intensity. As soon as the

Impact Arts interviews Kate O’Gorman, Emma Pallett and Louise Harris, all starring in Lakeside Arts and Nottingham New Theatre’s collaborative production Blue

Impact Arts spoke to director Martin Berry of the Lakeside and New Theatre’s new collaboration, Blue Stockings. Summarise briefly what Blue

In the year 1938, Austria faced annexation into a torturous Nazi Germany, all for the sake of forming the “greater