Along with its wealth of stunning architecture, cultural venues and a music scene that puts many other UK cities to shame – you can tell that people who live here are hugely proud of their home and incredibly passionate about its success.
Experience Nottingham in a new light. Take to the streets and discover a world of fantastic events, activities and illuminations for people of all ages!
This summer Nottingham Contemporary presents a major and unconventional exhibition in two ‘Acts’ dedicated to Jean Genet, the celebrated poet of revolt.
June in Vegas is a bit too hot, but it’s never too hot for Sin City fun at Spanky’s! Amazing live music from Nottingham’s best bands and a Vegas-themed performance by Hannah Vicious-Kitten.
With all the excitiment of Jamie’s Italian opening next door, you can be forgiven to have missed the opening of another Italian next door (third one on that short stretch!).
If you are looking for info on actually injured birds, this is not the place. Try RSPB.
The binary spell continues! I quite liked 2010 so things can only get better this year!
After much deliberation we opted to spend the New Year’s Eve at Saltwater – dinner and a bit of a boogie was the plan.
On Friday 10th December some of the finest bands from Nottingham and beyond are coming to Broadway to make some NORDIC NOISE!
Playing live will be We Show Up On Radar and Injured Birds. The two bands showcase the incredible songwriting abilities of local talents Andy Wright and Samuel Kirk respectively.
It’s been ages since I posted anything on here, you know how it is – half-term with step kids which is always a shock to my lifestyle and then the laptop died.