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See Here exhibition is up and running at city venue

Trinity Church Nottingham is hosting a landmark exhibition and mini arts festival celebrating diverse communities, cultures and collaborations, launched by the Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham.

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Spectacular circus show comes to Nottingham venue

Spectacular circus show comes to Nottingham venue

Cirque Berserk!, the big and bold theatre circus spectacular, will be coming to Nottingham for one week later this month.

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Film Review: More of the same as Jurassic World franchise returns

Film Review: More of the same as Jurassic World franchise returns

J.A. Bayona (The Orphanage, A Monster Calls) brings an imaginative horror lens to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, but this haphazard sequel hinges on worn-out plot devices, writes Natalie Stendall.

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The DH Lawrence Birthplace Museum in Eastwood.

Lawrence archive stays in county after being bought by university

A unique archive of treasures linked to Eastwood’s most famous son, DH Lawrence, has been acquired by the University of Nottingham.

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Tasty treats in store at Clumber Festival Of Food and Drink

Dan Doherty and Chris Bavin (pictured) will make their debut at this year’s Festival of Food and Drink, held at Clumber Park on September 15-16.

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The Hidden Valleys Art Trail takes place this weekend.

Trail in villages to showcase work of artists

The work of 15 local artists will be on view across the villages of Brinsley, Underwood and Selston this weekend thanks to the annual Hidden Valley Arts Trail.

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DVD Review: Series four of Plebs is a comic treat

DVD Review: Series four of Plebs is a comic treat

Years ago in my teens, our Latin teacher told his young charges struggling to get to grips with the classics that traffic jams were not a modern-day problem - it was the same in ancient Rome, writes Tony Spittles.

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Film review: Filmworker is a fascinating new documentary

Film review: Filmworker is a fascinating new documentary

In the opening to Tony Zierra’s new documentary, Filmworker, Leon Vitali is described as a moth that flies towards the light and burns off its wings. Director Stanley Kubrick is that light, writes Natalie Stendall.

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Are you ready for the arrival of The Monster at Nottingham venue?

The Monster dares you to let loose your inner child as the ultimate bouncy castle experience announces a full UK tour, stopping in Nottingham from July 20-22.

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Coun Richard Robinson collecting signatures for a cinema petition in 2013.

Cinema plans for Giltbrook Retail Park could be revived

Plans for a cinema at Giltbrook Retail Park could soon be revived, according to local councillor Richard Robinson.

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Could your family take on The Chaser?

Nottinghamshire contestants wanted for The Family Chase

Nottinghamshire families are being invited to apply to appear on a family version of hit quiz show The Chase.

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Sir Ken Dodd

11 of Sir Ken Dodd's best one-liners

Sir Ken Dodd, one of the last music hall entertainers has died at the age of 90, just two days after marrying his long-term partner, Anne Jones.

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In pictures: your photos of the Super Blue Blood Moon

An extremely rare lunar event called the “super blue blood Moon” has dazzled astronomers and skywatchers around the world.

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REVIEW: Award-winner Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a must-see

Part drama part crime caper, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a magnificent and eccentric blend of realism and absurdity. From Martin McDonagh, writer director of In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths, it’s already tipped for Oscar success with nine nominations at this year’s BAFTAs and four wins at the Golden Globes already in the bag.

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A WHOPPER: The Big Big Camera will be at The National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield.

How Ian Beesley used one of the world’s biggest cameras to take intimate portraits of former miners

It was while rooting around a storage room that Ian Beesley stumbled across the inspiration for his latest project – a giant camera, 8ft long and 5ft high, one that takes four people to move and which was built to use film that isn’t made anymore.

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Applications are now open for the new series of Love Island

Applications for new series of Love Island open now

Fancy spending the summer in a luxury villa in the sunshine while looking for love?
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BBC TV Egyptologist and curator Professor Joann Fletcher, dubbed Barnsley's Cleopatra by The Radio Times, brings the Ancient Egypt In Yorkshire exhibition to life with our free audio tour - download it today

FREE DOWNLOAD: Ancient Egypt In Yorkshire exhibition audio guide with BBC TV's Prof Joann Fletcher

Discover Ancient Egypt In Yorkshire - Gods’ Land in God’s County with our FREE museum exhibition audio guide for your mobile featuring BBC TV's much loved Egyptologist and guest curator Prof Joann Fletcher.

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TV shows that turned 20 this year

TV shows that turned 20 this year

As 2017 draws to a close we take a look back at TV shows that turned 20 this year.

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The Book of Forgotten Authors

10 books to give this Christmas

Are you struggling to find the perfect gift for the book lover in your life? Or are a book worm yourself?

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Elizabeth McKenna.

End of the road for Notts apprentice hopeful

Southwell florist Elizabeth McKenna admitted her wildest dreams came true – but it was not enough to earn her a place in The Apprentice final.

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