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Literary Locations #16: Eastwood Town Centre

D.H. Lawrence’s early years, his family and the community he belonged to, were crucial to his development as a writer and a man. In using his local...

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Poetry Pulse

Next week we'll be launching something quite special: and we'll need your help. First, let's meet Becky Cullen...

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Literary Locations #15: Aslockton

This week, a tale of two churches and possibly the most well-known phrase ever produced by a Notts writer.

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UKYA: Young Artists take over the city

On Thursday the incredible and exciting UKYA City Takeover hits Nottingham, with a week of utter excellence showcasing the finest young talent. We...

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Literary Locations #14: Long Row

Long Row, one of Nottingham’s oldest streets, is rich in literary history from the ‘grandfather’ of evolution, Lord Byron’s coffin, Miller the poet,...

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Literary Locations #13: Victoria Street

Victoria Street, the former meeting place of an odde literary society.

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Literary Locations #12: St Peter's Church

Established in the years after the Norman Conquest, our first printers are buried here, Abigail Gawthern recorded its bells ringing, and Richard III...

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An Evening With Stephen Mangan

He's been Adrian Mole, Tony Blair, Postman Pat and DAN! DAN! DAN! from Alan Partridge, but the genial Stephen Mangan has many more strings to his...

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Literary Locations #11: The Exchange Arcade

In 1785 the poet Henry Kirk (later to be Kirke) White was born near Nottingham’s Old Market Square. Inside the Exchange Arcade (off Cheapside) is a...

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