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Literary Locations #10: Tanners

Tanners Estate Agents, Pelham Street. J M Barrie's first paid writing job was here at the Nottingham Journal.

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Phoenix
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Literary Locations #9: Phoenix Cue Sports

This week's location is Lawrence's old library in Eastwood.

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Bunny
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Literary Locations #8: The Rancliffe Arms

Bunny's The Rancliffe Arms and a 1713 protest book made in Nottingham.

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Literary Locations #7: Ebers Road

Location #7: 35 Ebers Road, Mapperley Park, Nottingham. Where the magic happened.

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The Madness of King George: a Gatiss+Penford triumph

The spectacle of The Madness of George III takes place at Nottingham Playhouse and Francesca Mesce goes along for the regal ride…

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1912B
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Literary Locations #6: Victoria Crescent

Where Bertie met Frieda, the future Mrs Lawrence.

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20th Century Notts: 1997-1999

Our journey through the last century comes to an end with another eclectic mix of storytelling.

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1996A
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20th Century Notts: 1994-1996

In our penultimate instalment, we are introduced to the fiction of Julie Myerson and Robert Harris, and former Nottinghamshire Police officers throw...

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Return to the Book Bus

Winter is very much here, so let's enjoy a bit of African sun and join Notts volunteer Carol Williams and a fantastic project to bring books (and...

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