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Journey to remember at QUAD exhibition

A new exhibition at QUAD, Derby, will feature an interactive exploration game using augmented reality where real and digital worlds collide.

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Sing along to Dirty Dancing at special Palace Theatre screening

Sing along to Dirty Dancing at special Palace Theatre screening

Dress up and get ready to sing and dance along with one of the most iconic movies of all time, when a special screening comes to the Palace Theatre next month.

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Revenge is on the menu in QUAD film

Revenge is on the menu in QUAD film

The Shakespeare on Film season at QUAD in Derby continues with a screening of Theatre Of Blood (15) on Friday, September 23, from 8.30pm.

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Natalie Stendall.

Film reviewer for Mansfield and Ashfield Chads

Prolific Allen returns with 1930s romantic comedy that hits mark

Cafe Society has all the trademarks of classic Woody Allen: a knotty love triangle, smart Jewish comedy, a stellar cast and evocative jazz soundtrack.

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Cave film screenings in Nottingham

Cave film screenings in Nottingham

Feature film One More Time With Feeling will screen in cinemas across the region for one night only tonight (Thursday, September 8), launching the new Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds album Skeleton Tree.

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See Hollywood ace and WWE legend

WWE legend and Hollywood Kevin Nash will be wowing his fans when he comes to the area on Sunday, September 11.

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Derby arts centre Quad

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Shakespeare on the big screen at QUAD

Shakespeare On Film is season of screenings and live performances showing at QUAD in Derby during September.

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Mr Ripley hits big screen at QUAD

The Adapting Highsmith season at QUAD in Derby continues this week with arguably the most famous recent adaptation of a Patricia Highsmith novel.

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Natalie Stendall.

Film reviewer for Mansfield and Ashfield Chads

Hard to connect with characters in this middle-of-the-road movie

The debut feature film from Chris Foggins, Kids In Love, bridges the gap between youthful expectations and adult realities.

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Cave film to be screened nationwide

Cave film to be screened nationwide

Feature film One More Time With Feeling will screen in cinemas for one night only on September 8, launching the new Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds album Skeleton Tree, released on September 9.

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Natalie Stendall.

Film reviewer for Mansfield and Ashfield Chads

Brent revival is a big risk for Gervais - but it just about works

David Brent: Life On The Road is one of the year’s most anticipated British movies.

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Natalie Stendall.

Film reviewer for Mansfield and Ashfield Chads

‘The Wave is the most magnetic disaster flick in recent years’

If you think all Hollywood disaster movies are starting to look the same, The Wave is for you.

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Mr Bloom is just one of the many kid's favourites appearing at Gloworm festival

YOUR WEEKEND STARTS HERE: Top ten things to do in the area this week

From a family festival to a fire-breathing dragon, here is our top ten essential guide to events taking place this weekend and beyond across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire...

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Alfresco film fun in Nottingham

Alfresco film fun in Nottingham

With temperatures set to soar, Nottinghamshire Hospice is providing families with the perfect opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy the sunshine.

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Highsmith film on big screen at Quad

Highsmith film on big screen at Quad

The Adapting Highsmith film season at Quad in Derby continues with screenings of Deep Water (15) on August 21, 24 and 25.

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Natalie Stendall.

Film reviewer for Mansfield and Ashfield Chads

Pixar finds the right formula for this successful family sequel

Aside from the magnificent Toy Story trilogy, Pixar doesn’t have a great track record with sequels.

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The force will be with you at Markeaton Park

The force will be with you at Markeaton Park

Derby LIVE will be hosting an outdoor film screening on two nights, showing two popular films.

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Natalie Stendall.

Film reviewer for Mansfield and Ashfield Chads

Re-release of Kubrick’s 1975 period drama is a must-see

Stanley Kubrick’s thoughtful period drama Barry Lyndon was released in 1975 to an audience of critics and enthusiasts already convinced of his genius but puzzled by the film’s extremely distant and protracted plot.

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Japan on the big screen at Quad

The Studio Ghibli Forever season continues at QUAD in Derby this week.

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Review: Agatha Raisin DVD

Review: Agatha Raisin DVD

Fans of murder mysteries know that detectives come in all shapes and sizes, writes Tony Spittles.

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