Month: February 2019

Tune in to NLive on the morning of Wednesday February 27 and you’ll discover some of the amazing achievements and opportunities open to young people in science and engineering. We will be broadcasting live from The Big Bang Silverstone, showcasing the stalls and events brought together by Engineering UK in partnership with the UoN and […]

A new cafe has opened in the middle of Northampton which will offer employment opportunities for autistic people. Cafe Track on the Market Square launched today with the theme  ‘Celebrating Northamptonshire’. Among special guests visiting were Saints and England Captain Dylan Hartley, Northampton Mayor Tony Ansell, boxer Chantelle Cameron and swimmer Ellie Robinson. Cafe owner […]

Britain’s premier psychobilly festival returns to Northampton’s Roadmender venue on the 15th March for three days of exciting live music. For those unfamiliar with psychobilly here’s a brief history lesson: Although it originated in the USA in the early ’70s with bands like The Cramps it wasn’t until later in that decade that the genre […]

We at NLive are proud to be supporting Animals In Need Northamptonshire this February! Animals In Need is a voluntary organisation dedicated to rescuing both wild and domestic animals. They provide  treatment, care and rehabilitation for animals until they can be released or re-homed. Animals In Need was set up in 1990, and the aim […]

Today, Chris and Shelly were joined by legendary producer and self-titled “namedropper” Chris Phipps. Speaking over the phone, Chris spoke about his time on Channel 4’s The Tube and the musicians he worked with in the 5 years he was working on that programme, including Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Proclaimers and Black Sabbath. All […]

Avenue Q is an interesting play. An adult musical that addresses themes such as racism, sexuality, axiety and many more through a blend of Muppet-style puppets – with their controllers clearly present and providing more emotion to them – and hugely exaggerated stereotypes, it’s hard to describe Avenue Q in a way that does it […]

Northampton Hope Centre will stay open until a new home can be found for it, according to a statement released by Northampton Borough Council. Midland Heart Housing Association wanted to evict the Hope Centre from its purpose built home at Oasis House so it can create more flats on the site. However it has now […]

Comedian Matt Richardson bought his first feature-length show to the Underground of the Derngate last weekend, supported by Thrapston-born comedian, Ross Smith. Ross started his set slowly, but it picked up when he began interacting with the audience, and established many running jokes that continued throughout Matt’s main show. After the first five minutes, he […]


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