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Live tonight: Anteros, Yonaka and Stereo Honey at Nottingham Rough Trade

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REVIEW: John Bishop hit comedy heights on Winging It tour in Nottingham

Theatre and Comedy
Bronte Barbe stars as Carole King in Beautiful. Picture: Brinkhoff-Moegenburg

Beautiful story of Carole King comes to Nottingham

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Nottinghamshire gig for folk ace Bella Hardy

Music

Stone cold classics in store at band’s Nottingham Glee visit

Music

Hits galore as The Real Thing perform at Playhouse

Music

Record Review with Kevin Bryan

Music
Benone Beach, multiple recipient of the European Blue Flag and Seaside Award, is a must-see when visiting the area. With seven miles of golden sand and a magnificent back drop of mountain and cliff scenery and stunning views across to Donegal, this is an attractive sightseeing environment along with the usual seaside activities including picnic spots, watersports, and fishing.

The clean, firm, golden sands of Benone Strand are without rocks, shingle or seaweed and are preceded by the glorious natural formations of Benone's sand dunes.

With a supervised playground, outdoor paddling pool and golf club, a fun filled day is guaranteed. It is a haven for nature lovers as the entire area is a paradise for the study of botany, entomology and shells.

TRAVEL GUIDE: The outstanding natural beauty of Northern Ireland’s north coast

Lifestyle

Nottinghamshire gig for folk ace Bella Hardy

Music

Stone cold classics in store at band’s Nottingham Glee visit

Music

Hits galore as The Real Thing perform at Playhouse

Music

Record Review with Kevin Bryan

Music

Great week in store for music fans at The Diamond

Music

REVIEW: John Bishop hit comedy heights on Winging It tour in Nottingham

Theatre and Comedy

Action-packed week of family fun at Deda

Arts

Hot stuff in store when tango stars return to city

Arts
The film will be in cinemas in December.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi official trailer is released

Arts

Film Review: Gerald’s Game is not perfect but you can admire the film’s ambition

Arts