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Society Of Authors Presents: Ian C Douglas’ Worldbuilding for Speculative Fiction-a World Of Your OwnSat 01 Jun 2024
The Society Of Authors Presents: Ian C Douglas: Worldbuilding for Speculative Fiction - a World Of Your OwnSat 06 Apr 2024
Gig Review: Sir Chloe at The BodegaFri 02 Jun 2023
Following the official release of their sophomore album I am the Dog, alt-rock band Sir Chloe take the stage at Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms, promising fans a culmination of tracks new and old...
A Favourite of Sir Elton John, We Hear About Nottingham Fashion Brand Daniel HansonSat 25 Feb 2023
Launched by the late Daniel Hanson and his wife Julie Hanson in 1989, Nottingham luxury dressing gown and fine garment design and manufacturer brand, Daniel Hanson, has garnered an elite following for over three decades. Its premium fabrics and exquisite designs have made it a household name in Hollywood, amongst royalty and around the world. We catch up with Associate Julian Hanson and his mother, Managing Director Julie Hanson, to find out more about this special family-run business…
Out of Time: Sir William Neville and Sir John Clanvowe, the Medieval Knights Who May Have Had a Same-Sex UnionSun 11 Jul 2021
During the 1913 renovation of a mosque in modern-day Istanbul, a fourteenth century tomb was rediscovered bearing the names of two men. The first was Sir William Neville, a former Constable of Nottingham Castle, while the second was Sir John Clanvowe, the man said to have penned the Robin Hood ballad upon which all later iterations of the legend are based. But the nature of the tomb, and other recorded evidence, suggests that Neville and Clanvowe could have been bonded in an early example of a same-sex union…
Sir David Attenborough is Backing the Bid to Buy Attenborough Nature ReserveMon 25 Nov 2019
Try saying that headline three times fast.
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...
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.
Air Raid Sirens in Nottingham This SundayFri 06 May 2016
"If you're in town at about 6pm and you hear the wails of warning, don't worry. Everything is under control"
An Evening with Sir Roger MooreFri 30 Oct 2015
“He shrugged off his various dalliances as if they were an occupational hazard, but made it clear his least favourite leading female actress was Grace Jones.”
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"