• You call THIS Art?!

    From the weird to the wacky to the even more weird and wacky, Impact Arts is diving head first into the crazy culture of today to ask you…would you call THIS art?! Let us know what you think as we present to you the first ‘masterpiece’ in our new...
  • 2Magpies present Serenade @ Antalya

    We are all guilty of eavesdropping on other people’s conversations on the 34 bus, in Hallward and in the toilets of Ocean. Serenade gives you the chance for a guilt free, but no less cringe worthy, eavesdropping experience. People watching is my favourite pastime and don’t deny it, I...
  • Posh @ Nottingham New Theatre

    Posh is a portrayal of an Oxford University dining club that could be viewed as a parody of the real life Bullingdon Club, Prime Minister David Cameron being among its past members. It follows the night of the ‘Riot Club’ who have rented out a country pub’s dining room for their termly...
  • The Winslow Boy @ The Lace Market Theatre

    Inspired by a true story, The Winslow Boy is a fine example of a play which makes a mountain out of a molehill, blowing the tiniest incident out of proportion in this strangely unsatisfying naturalistic farce. Squeezing as much plot out of the play as humanly possible, unfortunately for...
  • A Word With…Director Teresa Ludovico on ‘I Was A Rat!’

    You may remember reading Phillip Pullman’s I Was a Rat as a child. First published in 1999, this famous children’s novel has been transformed into a stage production, designed for all ages, by Teresa Ludovico. Before the play opens at the Nottingham Playhouse at the end of March, Impact spoke...
  • A Word With…Actor Fox Jackson-Keen on ‘I Was A Rat!’

    Making his debut on the West End, Fox Jackson-Keen takes on another leading role in I Was A Rat, a stage adaptation of Philip Pullman’s novel, which comes to the Nottingham Playhouse this March. Touring the country, Fox took some time out of his busy schedule to talk to Impact about...
  • Paines Plough Theatre Company Present ‘Wasted’

    Wasted, a play by Kate Tempest and a production by Paines Plough, came to the Nottingham New Theatre last night. Focusing on the lives of three friends on the tenth anniversary of their friend’s death and their attempts to change things, the play takes place over a 24 hour...