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.
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 fusion of magic, social philosophy and jazz music that will make you think about more than just how he did the last trick...
Humour hits hardest when it's true, and Reginald D Hunter stands out even when he's not on top form
Opera North's rendition of this 100-year old romantic piece is as charming as ever at the Theatre Royal...
The Festival of Literature has focused on conversations that affect our sense of self, place and identity. This has become increasingly important in recent productions at the Nottingham Playhouse.