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Haiti-inspired exhibition in Southwell

An inspirational Christian Aid exhibition, featuring photos and art from Haiti, is on display in Southwell Minster until Saturday, February 25.

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Film Review: Natalie Stendall reviews Lion

Film Review: Natalie Stendall reviews Lion

The trailer for Garth Davis’s debut feature Lion would have you believe it’s a schmaltzy, sentimental story about home and family, writes Natalie Stendall.

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What are your favourite toys?

What are your favourite toys?

Everyone has their favourite toy whether it be a teddy bear, baby doll or a character from a blockbuster movie.

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Theatre Royal seat dedicated to the Chuckle Brothers

Theatre Royal seat dedicated to the Chuckle Brothers

To commemorate The Chuckle Brothers’ 50th year in pantomime, a seat has been dedicated to them in the Theatre Royal Nottingham’s

Theatre and Comedy
Hit '90s TV show Crystal Maze, famously hosted by Richard O'Brien, is coming back

Start the fans please! Crystal Maze set to return to our screens

Big news in the TV world this morning as Channel 4 has announced that hit ‘90s show Crystal Maze is coming back to our screens.

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Nottinghamshire singles being sought for Channel 4’s Naked Attraction

Nottinghamshire singles being sought for Channel 4’s Naked Attraction

Channel 4’s Naked Attraction is back for a brand new series and is looking for Nottinghamshire’s bravest singles to apply.

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Film Review: Hunt For The Wilderpeople

Film Review: Hunt For The Wilderpeople

Irreverent buddy comedy Hunt For The Wilderpeople lapped up awards on the 2016 festival circuit and it’s easy to see why, writes Natalie Stendall.

Arts
Time for dance duo to swing into action

Time for dance duo to swing into action

Anton and Erin - Swing Time is coming to Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, on Sunday, February 5, at 3pm.

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Step out and start 2017 with a ramble

Step out and start 2017 with a ramble

People in the East Midlands are being invited to step out with the Ramblers during its free, annual Festival of Winter Walks, running until January 8, where walkers across the country will leave footprints in the snow as they explore Britain at its wintry best.

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Tango time at the RCH in Milonga performances

Tango time at the RCH in Milonga performances

Dance Consortium presents a Sadler’s Wells Production at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on June 9-10.

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New Year’s Walk at Sherwood Forest

New Year’s Walk at Sherwood Forest

Start 2017 the healthy way with a New Year’s Walk on Sunday, January 1, from 10.30am-12.30pm at Sherwood Forest Country Park.

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UPDATED: Celebrities who died in 2016

UPDATED: Celebrities who died in 2016

It seemed that a week didn’t pass without the tragic death of another famous face in 2016 - this week included.

News

Step out this winter and get rambling

People in the East Midlands are invited to step out with the Ramblers during its free, annual Festival of Winter Walks, running until January 8, where walkers across the country will leave footprints in the snow as they explore Britain at its wintry best.

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DVD review: The Young Pope

DVD review: The Young Pope

Santa’s still on duty after Christmas Day, so don’t miss out on his Boxing Day present - the complete DVD release of The Young Pope, writes Tony Spittles.

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Get your skates on at Nottingham venue

Get your skates on at Nottingham venue

Don’t miss out on a visit to the National Ice Centre in Nottingham for some festive skating fun, running until January 3.

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Singer Cameron Lee is hoping to win our Excite and Entertain Leeds 2017 talent competition.

VIDEO: Can singer Cameron win our talent competition?

Move over Alfie Boe and Michael Ball - here comes singer Cameron Lee who believes he can win our Excite and Entertain Leeds 2017 talent competition.
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Film review: Natalie Stendall’s verdict Sully - Miracle On The Hudson

Film review: Natalie Stendall’s verdict Sully - Miracle On The Hudson

When captain Chesley Sullenberger landed a damaged airliner on the Hudson river without a single fatality he became a hero, writes Natalie Stendall.

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VIDEO REVIEW: Rogue One is out of this world say Star Wars fans at Cineworld Sheffield

The Force is strong with new blockbuster Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - an action packed epic tale, said fans who stayed up into the early hours to be amongst the first in the galaxy to see it.

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L-R: Licensing solicitor Stella Bacon, Coun Josie Potts, and Carl Jefferies of P&P Taxis.

Council urges Christmas revellers to take licensed taxis

Christmas revellers are being urged to stay safe when making their way home from nights out by using only officially licensed taxi operators.

Politics
OPINION: Planet Earth II is an inspiring show

OPINION: Planet Earth II is an inspiring show

Having been enthralled by Sir David Attenborough’s Planet Earth II series I was interested to hear a radio interview with one of the production team.

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