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Nottingham Poetry Festival 2022: Malika's Poetry Kitchen

The Nottingham Poetry Festival is back, and are bringing Malika's Poetry Kitchen to town. Find out more about the collective and the exciting events...

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Theatre of Hope: Ben Macpherson’s ‘Horsemen’

Nottingham playwright Ben Macpherson tells us about his new play, ‘Horsemen’, Hopepunk, and the importance of Midlands representation in the theatre...

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Where IS Robin Hood?

It might not be Nottingham, and it certainly isn’t Sheffield!

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'Wildwoods of Words': The Value of Nottingham's Libraries

What's the lasting impact libraries have on our lives, and why do we need to do everything we can to preserve Nottingham's libraries. Chair of...

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Meet the Youth Advisory Board: Zach Omitowoju

Zach Omitowoju tells us about his time on our Youth Advisory Board and the friends and opportunities he’s made on the way.

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Nottingham V Sheffield: Locating Robin Hood

This is a semi-academic warning to Sheffield. Back off.

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Editing DH Lawrence – at Weston Gallery

A new exhibition at Lakeside Arts charts Lawrence's relationship with how his work was edited, bowdlerised and outright censored. Finley Cuthbert...

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Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature in 2021

Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature looks back on the year.

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