Sunday, July 21, 2024

Night moves – things to do in Nottingham after dark

In the midst of winter, daylight turns to dusk much earlier than most of us would like, so what is there to do in...

Top five ‘must haves’ TikTok made us buy

TikTok took the world by storm with its new trends and products that go 'viral' each month, meaning users are purchasing products due to...

Nottingham hospitality workers put on mental health charity boxing night

Charity boxing matches are being put on in aid of two mental health charities by the Nottingham Hospitality Grafters Union. A group of 26 men...

Peggy’s Skylight faces possible closure

Peggy's Skylight, Nottingham's only jazz venue, could possibly close after Nottingham City Council are set to auction the building. Features reporter, Sunni Gill, takes...

Nottingham’s Bella Ramsey fights for survival in first episode of The Last of Us

This despairingly moving drama set in the midst of a pandemic is a phenomenal blend of horror and heart and feels all too close...

Nottingham yoga class features all the puppy love

Nottingham has welcomed a new addition with Puppy Yoga classes now being available to book in a bid to improve our mental health. After successful...

Heathers The Musical returns to the Theatre Royal Nottingham

The record-breaking hit musical, Heathers The Musical, is returning to Nottingham as part of a new UK and Ireland tour. The highly anticipated show is...

Traditional Chinese New Year recipes for you to try at home

January 22 marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit in Chinese culture. Chinese New Year runs until February 5, and represents the beginning...

Macabre or Mediocre? A review of Netflix’s Junji Ito Maniac

Junji Ito is, by far, the best horror manga artist out there. With titles such as Tomie and Uzumaki that have become cult classics. They...

Nottingham Veganuary: Is it worth continuing?

You made it. A whole month without cheeseburgers, and ice cream. Now what? Are you going back to your favourite steakhouse? Or did the...

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