Tag: Nottingham Young Reviewers
Nottingham local reviewers group is excited to be working with ChalleNGe, a city-wide partnership of arts and heritage professionals, creative practitioners, teachers, youth leaders and young people who work together to take risks and make things happen – ensuring children and young people of all backgrounds living in Nottingham engage in arts and culture, whether at home, in the community or at school.
The reviewers will be meeting on Zoom and in-person, and reviewing events, exhibitions and festivals across Nottingham.
Interested in finding out more? Contact [email protected]
Find out more about the Local Reviewer programme here
17 March 2023
Hozier: Eat Your Young EP
A review of the long-awaited fourth EP by Andrew Hozier-Byrne.
5 March 2023
Charlie and Stan: Review
A review of the electric Told by an Idiot and Theatre Royal Plymouth production, Charlie and Stan.
29 July 2022
Broadway Cinema Double Take Film Festival - Review
Double Take a weird weekend of films about dreams and doubles…was it truly weird?
23 July 2022
Assemble and schools of tomorrow: the place we imagine – art review
This exhibition was extraordinary as it forced you outside of the box and view the world in a different perspective. I thoroughly enjoyed this exhibition and would strongly recommend it to you, especially if you want to embrace you child side.
15 July 2022
A Midsummer Night's Dream Dress Rehearsal - Play Review
A Midsummer Night's Dream, was it a night or should I say an afternoon to remember? Let's find out...
15 July 2022
Who Killed “Agatha” Christie - Play Review
Who Killed “Agatha” Christie a cunning thriller? Let’s find out…
14 July 2022
How far does the “familiar” fit into the foundation of modern day theatre
A review of who killed ‘Agatha’ Christie. Following the press night release on Wednesday 12th July at The Theatre royal Nottingham.
10 July 2022
Singin' in the rain - play review
This was a delightful production. The set was not a colourful as I expected but it was certainly creative – and was complimented with lovely lighting. The colourful costumes also demanded a lot of attention. It was a real feast for the eyes.
3 July 2022
SIX the Musical - Play review
Divorced. Beheaded. Died. Divorced. Beheaded. LIVE! These women are more than a rhyme, a song or a wife. They were more than a King could handle.
1 July 2022
Review - Drake's 'Honestly Nevermind'
Despite the radical sonic shift, Honestly Nevermind satisfies neither Drake’s long-time fans nor those hoping for a deeper sound.
30 June 2022
Sherwood Arts Week 2022 - Art Review
There is something for all the family in this year’s art exhibit of fine media. I have never seen community stronger.
24 June 2022
Broadway’s Mystery Film (June)
A recap of the June Broadway Cinema Mystery Film Event. What was this months staff mystery film selection??
26 June 2022
Our family mix up - play review
This play will surely bring you a lot of comedy, hard cultural differences and take you on a journey of family drama that everyone can relate to in some way.
22 June 2022
“Everything Went Fine”- Film Review
A review of the rich complex french film on assisted suicide that is currently showing at Nottingham’s Broadway Cinema.
29 June 2022
Nottingham Queer Arts Collective: Making Nottingham proud
There mission is to bring together LGBTQIA+ artists of all disciplines from in and around Nottingham to appreciate, liberate, and support the Queer community and art.
6 June 2022
Review - Top Gun: Maverick
In this sequel to the classic 1986 film, Tom Cruise and director Joseph Kosinski transcend simple military propaganda and create a visually-spectacular testament to the power of the moving image and human ingenuity.
4 June 2022
Noughts and Crosses by Malerie Blackman - book review
Noughts and Crosses simply don’t mix. Against a background of prejudice and distrust, highlighted by terrorist activity, a romance builds between Sephy and Callum -- but it will lead them into terrible danger. Can they find a way to be together?