Beat the Streets: Ones to Watch // Notes of Nottingham

Beat the Streets is a brand new festival coming to Nottingham to help raise money for Framework, the Nottinghamshire charity dedicated to bettering the lives of homeless people. The Nottingham based festival has been organised by DHP Family, the name behind festivals such as Slendour, Dot to Dot and Everywhere as well as some of […]

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Adam Peter Smith // The Notes of Nottingham

Music has the power to evoke a feeling, ease pain or even change perceptions. Adam Peter Smith is my one to watch this week on The Notes of Nottingham and he excels in all of the above. With Jazz at the heart of his music, Adam Peter Smith has released his latest EP ‘Songs for Dreamers’ which has a French […]

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5 films of 2017 // REVIEW

2017 has a been a huge success for film. La La Land kicked off the year in style and set the benchmark for the 2017’s film industry, but the best was yet to come. 5. LADY MACBETH This year I was lucky enough to interview Lady Macbeth herself Florence Pugh and director William Oldroyd which […]

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GINFOLD’S Artist of the Year 2017 // REVIEW

2017 has been an incredible year for new music so it was only right that I highlighted a single artist who had created music that I’m still addicted to. However, I couldn’t cut it down to one so I present to you my two artists of 2017. Jorja Smith With inspiration from the likes of […]

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One to watch when you need to cry: What Dreams May Come (1998) // REVIEW

When someone suggests I watch a film I’ve never seen before I’m instantly intrigued, but if someone suggests a Robin Williams film I’ve never seen, I take a moment to process it and then I’m intrigued. I was told NOT to watch the trailer, to go in blind with only Robin Williams as my guide. […]

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Is it possible to add beatboxing to Ed Sheeran? // Acoustic Rooms ~ VIDEO

We’re back at Rescue Rooms this week alongside Ricky Fleming and Nathan Hart. Acoustic Rooms is one of, if not THE best open mic night in Nottingham (totally not just my opinion I swear). After being host to the likes of Jake Bugg, George Ezra, Due Lipa, Kodaline and Amber Run, Acoustic Rooms is one […]

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A brand new radio show you just HAVE to listen to

Pinfold’s Picture Show is the newest film podcast where I discuss film news and gossip alongside the tracks from all your favourite films. Each week I play a different genre, this week it was Drama. To kick off the only film radio show/podcast in Nottingham I played a medley of songs from Flashdance and City […]

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TheoTheo isn’t really called Theo // Acoustic Rooms ~ VIDEO

Welcome to Trent TV’s coverage of Acoustic Rooms at Rescue Rooms, Nottingham. An open mic night dedicated to people who want to share their vocal and instrumental talents. This week I spoke to B3AR, Theo Theo and Naomi about their inspirations, future careers and favourite songs. Click on the video and have a watch! Check […]

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Featured in NORWICH: Maya Law / Freya Reid

Moving away from your home town can be a daunting yet exhilarating experience.  However, it’s important to be reminded that you’re not that far from home. People find comfort in so many ways but for me it’s music. So this week I want to take you to my home town of Norwich and experience two […]

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Why is sport so important at university // NTU Freshers ~ VIDEO

Sport: the one thing from changing from a lost individual fresher to gaining friends for life in a team who you completely adore. Doing a sport at university WILL actually change your life. Joining Cheerleading in my first week as a fresher I was timid even though I had been a cheerleader 7 years previously […]

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