• Nottingham Playhouse Announces Their Winter 2020/21 Season

    Last Monday night, Nottingham Playhouse revealed their upcoming winter season in an exclusive evening of talks, interviews and musical performances, hosted by artistic director Adam Penford and, pleasingly, signed throughout....
  • The Madness of George III @ Nottingham Playhouse

    Set in 1788, the Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company presented Alan Bennett’s modern classic The Madness of George III and have created a show worthy of the highest praise. From the set, to the Olivier award-winning cast, it surpassed my expectations and is an exquisite piece of theatre that the...
  • 2016: Hot Or Not – Dad’s Army

    Let’s wave goodbye to 2015! Good times, bad times we’ve had them all – but you know what they say, as one door closes, another one opens. Over the coming month we’ll be bringing you a snapshot of everything 2016 has to offer – the good, the bad and...
  • Mayhem – Interviewing The Organizers (Part 2)

    Mayhem is one of the cornerstones of Nottingham’s film culture. Hosted by Broadway cinema, each year it brings a fascinating flavour of niche film-making to a wider audience. With 17 films shown in 4 days, there’s bound to be something which grabs your interest. Earlier in the week we...
  • Trailer Watch – Victor Frankenstein

    It’s going to take something special to forget about FOX’s latest flop, Fantastic Four but Victor Frankenstein looks extremely promising, but after watching the trailer I can’t seem to erase two words from my mind… Sherlock Holmes? Firstly, to clarify, Sherlock Holmes is not in this film! However there’s...
  • TV Review – Sherlock, Season 3 Episode 3: ‘His Last Vow’

    As the third series draws to a close, it would appear that some of Sherlock’s less than reputable behaviour is rubbing off on John Watson. When listening to his neighbours tale of woe concerning her drug addicted son, Watson shows a similar lack of empathy we’ve come to expect from the...
  • TV Review – Sherlock, Season 3 Episode 2: ‘The Sign of Three’

    When it comes to the second episode of the Sherlock runs, I’m always slightly wary. In Series One, we had ‘The Blind Banker’, which was for me by far the weakest of the three episodes in the run. In Series Two, though I loved ‘The Hound of Baskerville’, it...