The multi-award winning master of mind control and illusion, Derren Brown is back in Nottingham with Showman, his first new live...
Ashley Carter headed down to the Theatre Royal to enjoy Magic Goes Wrong, the farcical touring show from Mischief Theatre and Penn and Teller...
A secondary school boy who yearns for a life of stardom and a pair of killer heels
A gifted autistic boy turns detective when his neighbours dog is killed
Three underpaid, overworked and under appreciated women fight back
A major case of mistaken identity in this gag packed farce
Merlin casts a spell in this magical ballet
Set during a single afternoon at the 2017 Notting Hill Carnival post-Grenfell Tower fire, J’Ouvert is only the second play by a black female writer to appear on the West End. We talk to star actress Sapphire Joy about the vibrant, soul-stirring production as it moves to Nottingham’s Theatre Royal...
The Classic Thriller Season is back and planning to creep directly into your home
Ooh Betty, he’s back! Ian Douglas went to see Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em at the Theatre Royal
The RSC turn the gender tables in a tale from the Matriarchy
Our very own Nottingham has had a visit from the big smoke: The Royal Shakespeare Company have graced us with their thespian tendencies for a few days at the Theatre Royal. We went to see their production of Measure for Measure to see what all this men in tights malarky was about…
Often painful and heart rending but equally beautiful
An audio-visual feast, packed with all the choicest panto ingredients
A blind housewife is in dire straits when murderous conmen target her home
There is something surreal about watching puppets have sex on stage
The award-winning musical comedy is full of heart