Articles tagged with: Tram-a-geddon

Oct20

2014 programme scaled back

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2014 programme scaled back

Bartons will continue to provide top quality, popular and, we are flattered to be told, inspirational events where we can; but our 2014 programme has now had to be scaled back to accommodate the appalling delays and disruption to Beeston and Chilwell caused by what many think of as Nottingham City's hubris.

Sep25

Don’t look now! But Cannes is canned…

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Another victim of the Valley of the Trams…

Don’t look now! But Cannes is canned…

Don’t look now! But Cannes is canned…

Another victim of the Valley of the Trams…

the Bartons Extreme Sports Film Festival has been postponed until 2015


Bartons has experienced a really encouraging public response to their Autumn 'Silence of the Trams - Series of Irregular Events' at Chilwell. Comedy has near sold out, Sunday Markets have been a delight and the Heritage Event at Bartons was more popular than ever on Saturday September 13th. Audiences are building for music events too. There is even a planning application in a current consultation period at Broxtowe Borough Council, proposing regularisation of the wide range of experimental uses seen in recent years in Bartons Gallery building (see Broxtowe planning application number 14/00556/FUL to comment).

Oct03

“Tram-a-geddon” in the Nottingham Post

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“Tram-a-geddon” in the Nottingham Post

“Tram-a-geddon” in October's Nottingham Post.

Sep19

Kids, you tried your best and you failed miserably

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The lesson is, never try

Kids, you tried your best and you failed miserably

History repeating itself...

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