Review: Sweet Charity

Spring term sees the long awaited return of the Central Hall Musical Society’s main show – Sweet Charity Directed by Nicki Gaskin, Sweet Charity follows Charity Hope Valentine (Rachel Higgs) as she falls in love repeatedly. She is naïve, impulsive and optimistic, with her we visit many different facets of 1960s America, including the hostess […]

Animaux’s 3 Years Old Birthday Coming Soon

Join the birthday party of Animaux on the 19th Feb! Animaux is celebrating it’s third birthday! Once again, Mansion will host their party and here is what they have to say: “After three years of bringing quality electronic music acts such as Randomer, Inxec, Tom Hades and many others, we are celebrating with none other than […]


Review: The Great Gatsby

If you have ever longed to speak with the legendary characters of Fitzgerald’s celebrated novel, this is the show you simply cannot miss        Nick Carraway (Michael Lambourne) received an invitation from the mysterious Jay Gatsby (Oliver Tilner) to his party, and last night at The Fleeting Arms this invitation was extended to […]

Toiling, Triumphing and Terraforming: A Review of Ridley Scott’s The Martian

Patrick O’Connor, Senior Lecturer of philosophy at Nottingham Trent University, explores the philosophical vision of Ridley Scott’s The Martian The Martian [2015], Ridley Scott’s latest cosmological adventure about survival on Mars, has a unique philosophical vision. It is in the main a conservative one, but one that also has a charmingly progressive dimension. The conservatism […]

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