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Richard Douglas (aka Joe Buhdha): Voices from Nottingham's Windrush GenerationMon 02 Oct 2023
To celebrate Black History Month and the 75th anniversary of Windrush we have been working with the New Art Exchange and their NAE YOUnity Commission funded by Freelands Foundation. Our aim is to highlight the voices of Nottingham's Windrush generation and some of the challenges they faced...
Nadia on… Coming Together Through GriefMon 03 Jul 2023
Our regular columnist and Nottingham East MP reflects on the loss of Grace O’Malley-Kumar, Barnaby Webber and Ian Coates...
Have I Got Newstead For You: Ian Hislop On His Satirical Exhibition Showing at Newstead AbbeyWed 14 Aug 2019
Private Eye Editor and Have I Got News For You panellist Ian Hislop is no stranger to satire. He was in Nottingham recently to launch an exhibition of satirical art at Newstead Abbey. It’s an offshoot of the British Museum’s 2018 exhibition I object: Ian Hislop’s search for dissent. Together with British Museum Curator Tom Hockenhull, Ian has selected nine of his favourite British satirical prints by Gillray and Cruikshank, among others, which are on display all summer...
Flood Plains Modelling with Ian BartlettSat 30 Dec 2017
As the days get darker and the nights get colder, the rain is sure to fall, which in some parts of the country may mean the misery of flooding. One local man, Ian Bartlett, has been creating models to help communities understand how to prevent flooding in the first place...
Ian Livingstone Talks Fighting FantasyTue 12 Sept 2017
To celebrate 35 years of the Fighting Fantasy books, Ian Livingstone came to Central Library to talk about their history and run a workshop on how to write your own adventure.
Stuart Broad - RecordbreakerTue 22 Aug 2017
Stuart Broad already has an MBE, a tram and a Castle Rock beer named after him. On Saturday, he took 3 wickets to take him past Sir Ian Botham in the England all-time test wicket takers list. We have a look back on some memorable performances.
Ian Jones: Nottingham Landmarks and LegendsFri 14 Aug 2015
All the best things about Notts, whacked into one crackin' collection for you
Television Workshop: Director Ian Smith Hands Over To Nic HarveyThu 23 Jul 2015
"Everyone knows the Workshop won't be the same without Ian and it will be a great loss for us, but I don't want it to be the same"
Interview: Ian DouglasMon 15 Dec 2014
"The children's book industry looks down its nose on the digital world and is stuck in the past"
Art Works: Ian JonesWed 28 May 2014
"I have brushes made from Aztec symbols, from fish bones, from floorboards. It’s such a powerful tool - I like the freedom of it"
Preview: GameCity7Fri 19 Oct 2012
"We basically want to be the best village fete about videogame culture ever"
Interview: Jenny SealeyMon 14 May 2012
Jenny Sealey studied drama at Clarendon College and went on to become the Artistic Director of Graeae, the critically acclaimed theatre company renowned for putting deaf and disabled artists and accessibility at the core of its work. In 2009 she was awarded an MBE for services to disability arts, and last year was announced as joint artistic director for the Paralympic Games. And she has somehow still found time to re-mount and tour Reasons to be Cheerful, Graeae’s musical celebrating the work of Ian Dury and the Blockheads, which arrived at Nottingham Playhouse on 3 April.
Interview: Armando IannucciMon 07 Jun 2010
"It was great to be given the award. Though it’s slightly worrying in a way, because you start to think; is that it? Does that mean there’s not going to be anything else? Will it be all downhill from here?"
Interview: Sir Ian McKellen on Playing Arthur SeatonFri 01 Aug 2008
Before becoming a national treasure, Sir Ian McKellen was the first actor to play Saturday Night and Sunday Morning’s Arthur Seaton on stage. He did this as part of the Nottingham Playhouse’s inaugural season in 1963-64. It was in a ten-week run that rammed out the new building and delighted critics and audiences alike…
Interview: Ian Smith from Television WorkshopSun 02 Oct 2005
We speak to the man behind Nottingham's version of RADA...
Interview: The Magic HeroesSat 30 Jul 2005
"We can't go anywhere without someone commenting on our afros. If we go near Flares, some girl will always try to rip our scalps off."