• Trojan Women @ NNT Interview

    Daisy interviews the cast, producer and director of NNT’s most recent production of Trojan Women. Due to the current circumstances, the show will not be taking place. However, the effort and dedication put into the show, as well as some interesting chats about translation and feminism make this worth...
  • Blossoms @ Rock City

    On Tuesday 10th March, the Stockport based indie quintet Blossoms brought their Foolish Loving Spaces tour to Nottingham, with their vibrant rock-inspired tracks and melodious acoustic moments bringing an electric atmosphere to Rock City....
  • Nott-Experts-Ep.8: A Day Out in Nottingham

    Stuck for something to do in Notts? Think you’ve done it all? Our Nott-Experts share a few of the the best things to do in Nottingham!  Kit Sinclair and Gareth Holmes Featured image courtesy of Impact Podcasts via Canva.  Music courtesy of audionautix.com   For more podcast content, as well as uni...
  • Film Review: Parasite

    When the son of a destitute family is given an opportunity to tutor a rich girl under false pretences, he and his family scheme to insinuate themselves into the wealthy household....
  • A treasure trove of foreign film recommendations:

    With Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite garnering so much attention recently (and deservedly so), we at Impact started discussing our favourite foreign films. And, well, the discussion turned into a debate, which turned into an article. Pretty nifty, right?   House of Flying Daggers (2004): This ingeniously plotted, gorgeously palleted martial arts masterpiece...
  • Celebration @ NNT

    The Nottingham New Theatre’s production of Harold Pinter’s Celebration played last week. The play follows three couples across two tables in an eastend restaurant. We get to be a fly on the wall, watching the truth about their scandalous lives unfold. NNT have taken on the challenge of Pinter’s last...
  • Flight @ Lakeside Arts

    If you’ve found yourself walking past the Lakeside Arts Centre recently, you may have noticed a new addition to the scenery: a plain white shipping container, dumped unceremoniously outside the building as though in transit. Stay awhile, listen closely, and you may hear a low, steady hum, the whir...