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Award-winning Northampton based theatre company, White Cobra, have spent the last 8 years entertaining theatre-goers in Northampton and around the country with a varied and exciting list of productions, but September sees them launch their first audio production. With theatres across the country still closed due to lockdowns and government regulations on performances, the group […]

Northampton Filmhouse and Delapré Abbey are thrilled to announce a brand new Drive-In Cinema running from Thursday 23 July to Sunday 9 August. [email protected]é will feature a bumper season of films, curated by Northampton Filmhouse enjoyed on a gigantic screen against the beautiful and historic backdrop of Delapré Abbey. This fully-socially distanced experience allows film […]

A group of comedians, including Northampton-based comics Jen Kenny and Donna Scott, have won “Best Kids Show” for their improvised play, The Extraordinary Time-Travelling Adventures of Baron Munchausen. The Leicester Comedy Festival Awards highlighted comedians who had shows at the Leicester Comedy Festival back in February, and took place earlier this week over Skype, allowing […]

The Q-Film Weekender returns to the Northampton Filmhouse from Friday 8 to Sunday 10 November 2019 for its third year. Running across three days, the festival celebrates queer cinema from around the world, showcasing the very best in  LGBTQIA+ talent and films. The programme includes award-winning films such as Céline Sciamma’s highly-acclaimed Portrait of a Lady on Fire […]

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 […]

A new drama to be broadcast on NLive Radio will tell the amazing story of how Northampton halted a Scottish invasion of England. Jacobite Productions takes us back to the 18th century when Bonnie Prince Charlie’s army of highlanders was rampaging through the north of England. They got as far as Derby and were planning […]

Last weekend, Breakfast’s Chris Harris and Rock Your Sock Off’s David Luck travelled up to Edinburgh for the Fringe Festival, alongside photographer Meg Shipham. Wearing NLive Radio T-shirts to represent the station, we saw some great shows, interesting exhibits and did some great shopping! David is still up in Edinburgh this week, as he’s performing […]

The outgoing boss of Royal & Derngate Martin Sutherland has warned that Northamptonshire’s councils must fund the arts to help the economic recovery of the area. When the County Council is abolished new unitary authorities will be formed and not all the councillors taking part will have experience of providing arts funding. Martin said his […]

A fantastical, three-metre long creation named Nemo is making its way around the Nene Valley, giving people the chance to get inspired and find out how it came to be made. Nemo was built in late 2017 by the imaginative team at Festive Road in Milton Keynes, who were commissioned by Northamptonshire Music and Performing […]

Dress up as your favourite characters, meet fellow fangirls and fanboys alike, and bring your families to what could be the event of the year in Northampton. The first thing you notice when you walk into Northampton Comic Con are the cosplayers, the crowds of people enjoying the art and bonding over costumes. From female-Loki […]