• Interview: APRE

    For a band who once played a gig to three people in Tunbridge Wells, two of whom got removed for doing the worm in front of the stage, London wonky-pop duo APRE are doing gloriously well for themselves these days. In the wake of the scorching debut mini-album, the pair talked isolation...
  • An Interview With Harriet Frosh, Author Of ‘Space Taxis’

    Jerome Gerada Harriet Frosh is a current University of Nottingham English student and literary critic who has, more recently, become a published author. Her first novel, Space Taxis, co-written with her father, Adam Frosh, is a science-fiction fantasy tale that traverses different worlds, making for an all-round out-of-this-world reading...
  • An Interview With Multi-Talented Actor/Producer/Writer Solomon B Taiwo

    Annabel D’Monte In Impact’s second interview with actor/ producer/writer Solomon B Taiwo (formally Samuel Kelly IV), we discussed how the arts have changed and adapted to the current pandemic,  his recent series Enslaved (now available on BBC iPlayer), and what has inspired him as an actor. First of all,...
  • An Interview With Savoy Cinema: How Is Lenton’s Local Cinema Coping With The Pandemic?

    Emily Fletcher In light of the announcement of many of the UK’s largest cinema chains temporarily closing, we decided to check in on Nottingham’s local Savoy Cinema. The venue has sat in the heart of Lenton for 85 years and is known as the only surviving pre-Second World War...
  • Interview With Rob Temple – Author Of ‘Born To Be Mild’

    Melina Williams Rob Temple, an alumnus of Nottingham University, found his success through his So Very British Twitter page and subsequent Very British Problems publications. Born to be Mild is his most recent work: a slightly different piece in the form of a humorous, relatable memoir taking the reader...
  • Opinion: David Starkey’s Slavery Comments Should Not Have Been Allowed By His Interviewer

    At the beginning of the month, popular historian David Starkey was criticised by many for his comments on slavery while being interviewed. The interviewer, right wing commentator Darren Grimes, did nothing to protest or correct Starkey’s expressions of racism....
  • Spotlight on: VegSoc

    Today's spotlight is on Vegsoc, UON's Vegetarian and Vegan Society, who welcome all food lovers at Nottingham, plant-based or otherwise! Our very own food editor, Alice Nott, sits down with their new committee to find out more about who they are, their values, and what plans they have for...