• Poetry Review: Social Distancing by Tara Anegada and Sophie Curtis

    Tara Anegada and Sophie Curtis, two third year students at the University of Nottingham have self-published a poetry collection titled ‘Social Distancing’. The collection explores the effects of the last few weeks as society progressively goes into lockdown. For 99p on Amazon, with all proceeds going to UNICEF, this...
  • Coronavirus’ Impact on Arts Societies

    Daisy Forster investigates the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the university’s performing arts societies....
  • 30 Disney Films We Should All Be Watching in Self-Isolation

    I feel like I’m putting my head on a block here, but let’s open it up for discussion. Here’s a ranking of my favourite Disney films to watch (and rewatch) in self-isolation. #30 – Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) ‘Why is the Rum...
  • 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...
  • Behind the Scenes at NNT: Kiss My Neck Not My Lips

    On Monday 16th March, NNT open their latest Fringe Show, ‘kiss my neck not my lips’, directed and written by Em Rule and produced by Lucy Chandler. Daisy Forster sat down with the two of them (with a brief cameo from their two cast members) to discuss the production....
  • Our Favourite Films and TV Shows From Childhood

    We all had something that we repeatedly watched as children. Something that probably drove our parents mad. SpongeBob SquarePants, anyone? Maybe it was Mighty Morphin Power Rangers? Or Barney & Friends? Here at Impact, we decided to embrace the nostalgia and share with you some of our childhood obsessions. The Forgotten...
  • Behind the Scenes at NNT: Pilgrimage

    Last week, the Nottingham New Theatre opened their in-house season with a punchy, hilarious performance of Pinter’s Celebration. This week, they launch their more experimental, student-written fringe season with Pilgrimage. I sat down with the play’s writer and director, Tara Anegada, and her producer, Jack Titley, to discuss the...