Northamptonshire Adult Social Services and Healthwatch Northamptonshire want to know about your experiences of adult social care. Northamptonshire Adult Social Services (NASS) are looking at how they can improve the way they provide adult social care to better suit the people who need it, to make sure that their customers are at the centre of […]
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 […]
Okay, I have to admit it– I hate Abba tribute acts and dare I say it, I completely hated the film version of Mamma Mia when I watched it several years ago. With this in mind you would be forgiven for wondering why I was sat in a theatre auditorium last night to watch the […]
Our very own Rich Beeby had a conversation wtih Siobhan Nicholas 23 January about the new play at the Royal and Derngate, opening 2 February. This historical and touching play is only open for one night. Siobhan chats with Rich about her inspiration for the piece: click on the photo for the interview.
NNBC has officially become NLive today, and to celebrate our upgrade we broadcast live from Northampton town market square. On the market, we handed out balloons, sold t-shirts and pick ’n’ mix, and there are still prizes to be won. Tag our pages on Facebook and Twitter and say which prize you’d like, for a […]
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 […]
The sound of silence was all there was to be heard on Northampton’s Racecourse at 11:30am. To the untrained eye, there was just a smattering of fences, vehicles and tents sitting in a field. Look closer, however, and one of Northampton’s most inclusive, diverse, and creative festivals was slowly revealed. The first thing one saw […]