Do You Remember A Time when Michael Jackson seemed Invincible? A Dangerous Smooth Criminal who was so Off The Wall that he changed...
Trot down to Lakeside for some magical storytelling this Christmas
A classic of romance and happy-ever-afters fills the Playhouse this season
It’s turned out nice again, thanks to the brilliant Ewan Wardrop
Future and past combine to follow one family’s journey in a dystopian reality
Forget Disney, this is much darker and full of despair and longing. It was fabulous.
Arthur Miller's first critical and commercial success seeps into the present.
The funniest women in Notts performed to a home crowd...
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.
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.
Gareth Morgan has been working in Nottingham’s education, literature and theatre scene for yonks. Now, he’s about to take his hard work across the pond as part of the Nottingham Roosevelt Scholarship programme. We got him in for a chat about what he’ll be doing stateside...
Ambitious and effective drama undermined by off-stage concerns