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20th Century Notts: 1961-1963

Another Sillitoe classic hits the screens, and it's a significant time for theatre in Nottingham.

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My Summer With Dorothy Part 6: They Knew Mr Knight

Acclaimed author Clare Harvey is spending the Summer reading the complete works of Notts writer Dorothy Whipple, and in week 6 she tackles Whipple's...

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A New Library For Nottingham?

This morning (Tuesday, August 14th) Nottingham City Council announced plans for a new central library to be built on the former Broadmarsh site: a...

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Piano
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Singing Lawrence's Praises: Looking Forward To The DH Lawrence Festival

To whet your appetite for the forthcoming DH Lawrence Festival (Saturday 24th August – Saturday 15th September) we have asked the organisers to tell...

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NUCOL Collaborative Board: First Meeting

A report on our recent inaugural Collaborative Board meeting.

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20th Century Notts: 1960

This edition of 20th Century Notts features just one year, 1960, a time when Nottingham was at the centre of the literary world.

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My Summer With Dorothy Part 5: Greenbanks

Acclaimed author Clare Harvey has spent the summer reading through Dorothy Whipple's entire canon of novels. This week she celebrates the 'quiet...

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DH Lawrence: Love and Legacy

DH Lawrence, who inspires a forthcoming festival in Eastwood, was a writer of great personal complexity. Yet, argues Philipa Coughlan, understanding...

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Co L Summer Reading Poster2018
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Cities of Literature Choose Their Summer Reads

It's that time of year again where we ask our fellow Cities of Literature what they are reading this summer ... and reveal our choice.

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