review

Tucked away between Rooster’s and Maccy’s on Angel Row in Nottingham city centre exists a gem: Heavenly Desserts. Somewhat inconspicuous

If you haven’t yet explored the many gems of Nottingham, Trinity Square is where your adventures should begin, starting with

“Yo Mama” is a project inspired by Uber and mums while being born from the Nottingham Entrepreneurs Launchpad event in

Callum Walker’s The Black Dog on my Sofa has a lot to say about depression, and for the most part

Student-written theatre has never been finer than in Emma White’s Infectious. The two woman play is punchy, hilarious, and heart-breaking,

Whereas some plays skirt carefully around controversial subjects, Mike Bartlett’s An Intervention hits the issues straight on, creating a dialogue

Intense, compelling, and at times, disturbing are a few ways to describe NNT’s production of Jennifer Haley’s play, The Nether.

Nottingham Lakeside Arts’ latest exhibition, Winifred Nicholson: Liberation of Colour, is a marvellous exploration of the use of colour in

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again is a feminist play and political satire by Alice Birch which analyses the role of

Last summer, I was one of the lucky few to get tickets to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.