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Lowdham Book Festival: 20 Years of Excellence

The Lowdham Book Festival is back, and to celebrate two full decades of attracting writing talent - and many thousands of book fans - to the...

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Literary Locations #29: First Avenue, Sherwood Rise

One of the 20th Century’s best-known and most respected social psychologists, (John) Michael Argyle was born on August 11th 1925, at 2 First Avenue,...

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Leah Wilkins on W S Merwin, ‘Looking Up In The Garden’

Our series of short podcasts where Nottingham talks about its favourite poems meets Leah Wilkins from Five Leaves.

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Literary Locations #28: The Council House

Our Council House is 90!

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Hot in Notts: Nottwich Special

We are into Nottwich week! The circus doesn't roll into town until Wednesday - it's currently enjoying the delights of the Norwich leg - but...

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Literary Locations #26: The haunts of Sophie Curly

From Bloomsbury Poet to Wilford Hill Cemetery, via our pubs and benches, we remember Sophie.

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Join the Party Somewhere Else for a celebratory theatre festival!

You’re invited to join the party! And this is a party unlike anything you've been to before. Organiser Minder Athwal tells us more about what's...

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Life In Lines: Matt Turpin on Thomas Hardy's 'An August Midnight'

Our series of short podcasts where Nottingham talks about its favourite meets Nottingham City of Literature's Matt Turpin.

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Life In Lines: John Lucas on Matt Simpson's The Song of Caedmon

Our series of short podcasts where Nottingham talks about its favourite poem meets John Lucas

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