Arthur Miller's first critical and commercial success seeps into the present.
Voted the nation's favourite play in a 2013 poll, Alan Bennett's 2004 stage classic set in a Sheffield grammar school in the 1980s remains both funny and thought-provoking.
A story of coming of age in the 90s raises the curtain on the Playground festival.
A coming of age story like no other from Nottingham born writer Sophie Ellerby.
A podcasting staple for fans of weird fiction, Welcome to Night Vale has made an international name for itself since its debut in 2012. With its fourth live tour All Hail underway, we popped in to have a chat with performer and sentient patch of haze Meg Bashwiner to get her thoughts on the show, the state of the world, and her first time in Nottingham.
The Playhouse presents a week of local, home grown Nottingham theatre this October during their Playground festival. Here's a peek into the minds behind one of the new shows, Celluloid Souls.
Ambitious and effective drama undermined by off-stage concerns
Glee Club weekend comedy bonanza – 3 acts and a compere
A spot of darkness and brooding casts a shadow over a summer evening
One world, 80 days travel and 125 characters in 130 hilarious minutes
The Theatre Royal have bought their Classic Thriller season back for another year, and this time there's a Hitchcock classic along for the ride...
In a collaboration between Nottingham Lakeside Arts and New Street Theatre, The Jungle Book is coming to town. True to the Kipling score, and definitely not Disney, the production has an awesome new musical makeup. We speak to director of the show Martin Berry about what to expect from the bogger...
Love was in the air when the original plain Jane came to town on Sunday evening.
There's bleddy loads to love about making a home in Notts, and dance troupe Next Door Dance agree: their new piece Home asks peeps what a Notts home means to them...