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Strictly tour will return to the area

The Strictly Come Dancing Live UK Tour is back on the road next year for 30 supersized spectacular arena shows across the country, including waltzing into the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham for three shows on February 6-7.

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Spellbinding charm of Alpine Italian city

Venice, Milan and Rome draw in thousands of British tourists every year - but nestled at the foot of the Alps just off the beaten path of mass tourism there’s another spellbinding Italian city that captures the imagination of culture vultures and holidaymakers who flock to sample its Alpine charm.

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Overnight ferry to Europe harks back to golden age of travel

Overnight ferry to Europe harks back to golden age of travel

Crossing the channel can be an extremely speedy affair to the ports of Calais and Dunkirk. No sooner has one boarded the ship and ascended to the upper decks than it seems to be docking at the other end.

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Friendship. Photo by Pixabay.

How good a friend are you?

Have you got the blues? In need of a friend who will listen to your woes?

Lifestyle
Film review: Moments of briliance in powerful film Una

Film review: Moments of briliance in powerful film Una

When she was 13, Una (Rooney Mara) had a sexual relationship with an older man, Ray (Ben Mendelsohn), writes Natalie Stendall.

Arts
Stars comes out to launch glittering Theatre Royal panto

Stars comes out to launch glittering Theatre Royal panto

The stars of this year’s Theatre Royal Nottingham pantomime, Beauty and the Beast, have proved it’s never too early to talk all things pantomime by launching this year’s production in style.

Theatre and Comedy
Will you be splashing out on the Prosecco?

Aldi to sell 3-litre bottle of Prosecco this Christmas

Stop making your Christmas list - because we’ve found the ultimate festive buy for the fizz fans out there.

News
There are some top celebrity chefs lined up for the event

Celebrity chefs toast five years of Clumber festival of food and drink

Two of Britain’s favourite chefs, Phil Vickery and Rosemary Shrager, will be helping to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Festival of Food and Drink, held at Clumber Park on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September.

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This week’s horoscopes...

This week’s horoscopes...

Russell Grant here with your weekly horoscopes from September 16.

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Sleeping man. Photo by Pixabay.

Will you be sleeping alone tonight?

Snoring is the main reason for couples not sleeping together, according to new research.

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The offer is valid for one day only.

Pub chain to cut cost of food and drink - for one day only

Pub-goers will be able to take advantage of cut-price food and drink for one day only this month.

Whats on
Cup of tea and shortbread.

Fun poll takes the biscuit

Which biscuit will you be reaching for with your mid-morning cuppa?

Whats on
This week’s horoscopes with Russell Grant...

This week’s horoscopes with Russell Grant...

Here’s Russell Grant’s weekly horoscopes starting Saturday September 9.

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French Riviera comes to Long Eaton as hit comedy musical is staged

French Riviera comes to Long Eaton as hit comedy musical is staged

The popular musical comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is to be the next production for Long Eaton Operatic Society.

Music
Enjoy a blast from the past with these Forest legends at the Theatre Royal

Enjoy a blast from the past with these Forest legends at the Theatre Royal

The legendary players who put Nottingham Forest firmly on the European footballing map in the late 1970s and early 1980s will recount stories of their days at the City Ground leading up to their triumphant back-to-back victories in the European Cup in Munich (1979) and Madrid (1980).

Theatre and Comedy
Choirs come together in Alfreton for Autumn Showcase

Choirs come together in Alfreton for Autumn Showcase

Alfreton Male Voice Choir are to hold their annual concert, named Autumn Showcase, on Saturday, October 14, starting at 7.30pm.

Music
A feast of top-quality performers in the new Nottingham Classics season

A feast of top-quality performers in the new Nottingham Classics season

Records were again broken at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, as its 2016-2017 international concert season, Nottingham Classics, notched up average audiences of nearly 1,900 for its orchestral concerts, with orchestras responding to packed houses with roof-raising performances.

Music
Family fun as dinosaur exhibition continues

Family fun as dinosaur exhibition continues

The Dinosaurs Of China Exhibition is at Wollaton Hall and Nottingham Lakeside Centre, until October 29.

Arts
Family concert lined up for NPO

Family concert lined up for NPO

Nottingham Philharmonic Orchestra will be performing at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, on Saturday, January 27.

Theatre and Comedy
What The Ladybird Heard - Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks - Arts Depot, Finchley - 10 October 2013

Producers - Kenny Wax and Matthew Gregory

Director - Graham Hubbard
Designer - Bek Palmer

actors include - David Heywood

Kids’ favourite to hit the stage at Theatre Royal

What The Ladybird Heard can be seen at Nottingham Theatre Royal, from January 18-21.

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