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  • University of Nottingham

    A Summer's Stroll Across the University of Nottingham

    When the world goes awry and you need a break from all the tiring hustle and bustle, why not go for a stroll and connect with nature?  No need to venture out of the city into the picturesque Nottinghamshire countryside for a walk if you don’t have much time to spare – a quiet saunter in the scenic University of Nottingham campus can be just as therapeutic for your eyes and soul.  Read on if you're in for a stroll across the grounds of the University of Nottingham.

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  • Father's Day Gift Ideas From Notts

    Father's Day Gift Ideas From Notts

    Father's Day is almost upon us but don't panic if you've not yet managed to sort out a gift for Dad, we're here to save the day with some great, Nottinghamshire-themed gift ideas and inspiration! 
     

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  • Weekly Virtual Events from Nottingham & Nottinghamshire

    Weekly Virtual Events from Nottingham & Nottinghamshire

    Lockdown is slowly lifting, but it might still be a while before we can return to our much-loved pubs, cultural venues and attractions, leaving us all with a bit more time to fill. Luckily, there are plenty of ways you can enjoy a bit of Notts culture from home! Here's our guide to weekly virtual events from Nottingham and Nottinghamshire's venues and cultural institutions to keep you entertained each day of the week. 

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  • Meet Nottinghamshire's Rebel Writers

    Meet Nottinghamshire's Rebel Writers

    As a UNESCO City of Literature, on our English Tourism Week lowdown of all the things that make Nottinghamshire such an interesting place to visit, we couldn’t miss the opportunity to talk about our literary legends. You might not be able to visit Nottinghamshire right now, but you can certainly learn about the lives of our rebel writers and plan your future visit!

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  • Seely's Installation Nottingham Light Night 2020

    Nottingham Light Night 2020 Photo Round-up

    This weekend Nottingham Light Night returned for its 11th year, dazzling the city with a spectacle of luminous lights and eclectic events. With dozens of artists, performers, inventors and organisers coming together, the city was lit up for not one, but two evenings of creative festivities.
     

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  • Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year 2020 in Nottinghamshire

    Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year 2020 in Nottinghamshire

    The Year of the Rat is almost here, and we can't wait to start celebrating. Nottingham is ready to welcome Chinese New Year in style with a host of events and things to do throughout the end of January and part of February. Keep on reading to discover our selection of top go-to places and things to do if you’re looking for a great start to the new year.

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  • Newark Nottinghamshire

    Things To Do in Newark Ahead of The Festival

    Summer is almost upon us, and that means it’s festival season! Now in its eighth year, Newark Festival is back with a stellar line-up of stars. On Saturday 15 June, in the beautiful setting of Riverside Park, ticket holders will get to enjoy headline act Razorlight, along with Lightning Seeds and The Feeling.

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  • Nottingham Pays Tribute to Suffragette Helen Watts

    Nottingham Pays Tribute to Suffragette Helen Watts

    14th December 2018 marks the date in British history when some women were able to go to the ballot boxes for the first time and cast their vote in the General Election after the passing of the Representation of People Act. Exactly 100 years later, Nottingham pays tribute to suffragette Helen Kirkpatrick Watts with the unveiling of a stone plaque in the city’s Arboretum to celebrate her involvement and achievements.

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  • The Madness of George III

    Theatre Review: The Madness of George III at Nottingham Playhouse

    The Madness of George III is a triumph for both Nottingham Playhouse in their 70th anniversary year and Adam Penford in his first year as Artistic Director. Rarely does a production so effectively take the audience on a journey from laugh-out-loud hilarity to heart-wrenching horror and back again with such style and ease.

    If the success of The Crown and the tabloid frenzy surrounding recent Royal weddings is any indication, our collective interest in the inherent theatre of the Monarchy, the conflict between public and private life, remains as strong as ever.

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