Drama: Adapted from the best-selling young adult novel by Malorie Blackman, Noughts and Crosses is a love story set in a society divided by racial...
Family Friendly: Marvel and interact with extraordinary life-like dinosaurs in this imaginative and hilarious live show for all the family.
Family Friendly: We throw open our doors for an afternoon of fantastic free fun for all the family!
Drama: One of the most witty, suspenseful and ingenious plays of the 20th century.
Drama: Two’s Company explore multicultural life and the challenges of ethnic diversity.
Drama: A Pay What You Can performance of Sleuth – a witty, suspenseful and ingenious play!
Drama: This is a show about girls and guns, one that asks what it means to be a hero and what it means to be a plot device.
Drama: Based on the diaries of Tony Benn, this critically‑acclaimed play returns to Nottingham Playhouse prior to a national tour.
Comedy: SOLD OUT – Join Russell Howard, one of our funniest and most successful comedians, as he tries out brand new material.
Drama: A stage adaptation of Mick Jackson’s Booker Prize short-listed novel, based on the life of an eccentric Nottinghamshire aristocrat.
Music: The Wallace Collection perform an entertaining cross-section of brass music for the first Lunchtime Classics concert for Autumn 2016.
Spoken Word: Join writer Nick Wood and director Andrew Breakwell as they discuss adapting Mick Jackson’s award-winning novel.
Drama: John Harvey’s adaptation of his own bestselling Resnick novel comes to the stage.
Spoken Word: Best-selling Nottingham crime writer John Harvey discusses the challenges of adapting Darkness, Darkness for the stage.
Drama: A Pay What You Can Performance of Darkness, Darkness – John Harvey’s stage adaptation of his own bestselling Resnick novel.
Comedy: Rich Hall’s critically acclaimed grouchy, deadpan style has established him as a master of absurdist irony and the king of rapid-fire wit.
Music: The award-winning Sacconi Quartet is recognised for its unanimous and compelling ensemble, consistently communicating with a fresh and imaginative...
Drama: Ben Norris battles the country’s most notorious service stations and the perils of lower-league football in search of the man who became his...
Spoken Word: Celebrate the launch of Jacqueline Wilson’s brand new book at this extra special event for Super Fans!
Family Friendly: Featuring a menagerie of 75 lovable puppets, this critically acclaimed show faithfully adapts four of Eric Carle’s stories for the stage.
Comedy: Eclair puts middle age under the microscope and decides whether to laugh, cry or buy a dachshund!
Drama: Candid, poignant and intimate, Cathy offers a timely reflection on the social impact of spiralling rents and forced relocation.
Comedy: Miles Jupp, (Stand-up, actor, writer, thinker, father, husband, worrier, fool, star of Rev. and host of The News Quiz) hits the road in a...
Comedy: The hilariously absurd, wildly energetic and joyously unpredictable comedian returns to the UK.
Other: Our new home for emerging artists, working in any art from across the region – come and share ideas and forge new relationships!
Music: Lloyd Brown and The Riddimworks Band perform all his hits live in concert.
Drama: A roller-coaster journey through the famous actor, singer and civil rights campaigner’s remarkable and eventful life.
Drama: Love. Life. No Sat Nav communicates the stories, scenarios and experiences of an integrated cast.
Comedy: Julian Clary’s celebration of 30 years as a camp comedian.
Drama: 2003. Mazrat Prison, Iraq. A local, pro-Western translator’s life become a living hell.
Drama: Police Cops is This Theatre’s three man, adrenaline-fuelled cop parody featuring supercharged physical theatre, cinematic style and...
Drama: Fast-paced and irreverent, The Revenger’s Tragedy is a timeless tale about trying to be good in a very bad world.
Spoken Word: A free talk exploring the play’s excitingly fresh spin both on Shakespeare’s work and on the revenge tragedy genre.
Drama: A Pay What You Can Performance of fast-paced and irreverent play, The Revenger’s Tragedy.
Music: The Wihan Quartet has been described by International Record Review as: ‘one of the best quartets in the world today.’
Comedy: Jeremy Hardy begins his 4th decade as a stand-up this year. After briefly hibernating in the winter, he’s back out on the road in 2016.
Spoken Word: Jon Ronson will recount the adventure of a lifetime – the funny, terrifying and utterly compelling events that led to his bestselling book The...
Comedy: I was born with a long face and now there’s UKIP and Putin and being single… One of Britain’s finest comedians and broadcasters performs his new...
Music: Billy Bragg and Joe Henry perform classic railroad songs that were recorded on a journey earlier this year, along with old favourites.
Comedy: This performance is now sold out. Please contact Box Office on 0115 941 9419 to be added to the waiting list
Family Friendly: Join Widow Twankey and Aladdin on their magic carpet for a ride full of family fun and frolics!
Family Friendly: A magical re-telling of the classic Brothers Grimm tale about friendship and the making and breaking of promises.
Family Friendly: Relaxed performances for our magical children’s Christmas show, The Princess and The Frog.
Family Friendly: Join storytellers Libetta, Mabe and Ru as they tell the classic tale of The Snow Queen, set against an Eastern European backdrop during WW1
Family Friendly: A relaxed performance of this year’s pantomime Aladdin.
Family Friendly: A Dementia-Friendly performance of the Playhouse Panto Aladdin.
Family Friendly: A Magical, wintery production brings Jack Frost to life through puppetry, live music and enchanting storytelling.
Music: The UK’s number 1 celebration of Johnny Cash, fronted by award winning singer/songwriter Clive John.
Comedy: After a recent health scare John considers life’s major issues on his farewell tour.
Comedy: The respected news reporter hilariously reveals the truth behind recent News events both home and abroad.
Drama: A powerful and poignant World War II drama centred on the lives of a family of working‑class Nottingham women.
Drama: A Pay What You Can Performance of Touched, centred on the lives of a family of working‑class Nottingham women.
Comedy: Using stories and other things that are secret, the showbiz legend pays tribute to one of the best musicals he can remember.
Comedy: The nation’s critically acclaimed bar-based-braveheart, Al Murray – The Pub Landlord embarks on a common sense campaign to re-Great Britain in...
Comedy: Join German Comedy Ambassador Henning Wehn for an evening of Teutonic jolliness at its best.