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    Notts LBSS Success In Varsity Competition

    On 26th November, UoN’s Latin, Ballroom and Salsa society (LBSS) hosted their annual varsity competition, where universities from all across the country competed against one another in different dancing styles. This year saw 11 teams competing, with Nottingham being joined by Glasgow, Durham, Bournemouth, Leeds, Lancaster, Leicester, Manchester, York,...
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    Impact’s Music Essentials: New Wave

    Poppy Read-Pitt picks her ten favourite songs in the New Wave genre for Impact’s Music Essentials. ...
  • A Rundown of UoN’s Movember Campaign

    Every November, UoN gets involved with the Movember campaign. The aim of the campaign is to get men talking about their health, specifically their mental health as well as prostate and testicular cancer. Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men in the UK, while testicular cancer...
  • “Relatable, Funny and Doesn’t Show Its Age” – Theatre Review: Bedroom Farce @ Nottingham New Theatre

    Alan Ayckbourn’s Bedroom Farce was a smash hit on London’s West End in the late 1970’s and – in typical Ayckbourn fashion - is a black comedy set in the domestic sphere. It follows four couples (Ernest and Delia, Nick and Jan, Malcolm and Kate and Trevor and Susannah)...
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    A Guide to Nottingham’s Clubs

    Nottingham is a city with a fantastic nightlife. Consistently voted one of the best student cities in the UK, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to our clubs. For a fresher or someone new to clubbing though, the array of choices can be overwhelming. Poppy Read-Pitt gives...
  • “A Must-See Production”- Theatre Review: Girl From The North Country @ Theatre Royal

    Girl from the North Country is a jukebox musical that features the music of legendary folk singer/songwriter, Bob Dylan. The play is set in Duluth, Minnesota, coincidentally, the birthplace of Bob Dylan. Set in 1934, it follows a group of down-on-their-luck characters, who are all financially and emotionally reeling...
  • “Found Their Home at the Bodega” – Live Review: Just Mustard

    Irish shoegaze band Just Mustard are relatively new on the scene, having been around since the release of their self-produced and recorded album Wednesday in 2018. The success of Wednesday found them nominated for a Choice Music Prize that same year and following on from this success, they released...