What’s On

The Wedding Singer

The Wedding Singer

Friday 25 April at 7:30pm and Saturday 26 April 26th at 2:30pm and 7.30pm

Music: The award-winning Trent Drama Society brings this Broadway hit musical to the Playhouse.

Power Games

Power Games

Thursday 8 May at 8pm

Dance: Blending character-driven physical theatre with contemporary and South Asian dance, this stunning new work by Altered Skin explores the forces...

Underword

Underword

Wednesday 14 May at 6.30pm

Spoken Word: Spoken word documentary screening hosted by Michelle Mother Hubbard and Jeremy Prince

White Feathers

White Feathers

Friday 23rd May at 9.30am, 11am, 1pm and 2.30pm

neat14: At Stonebridge City Farm. This interactive play explores the theme of World War I through a promenade performance.

Welcome to Octoville

Welcome to Octoville

Friday 23 May – Sun 6 July

neat14: At Lakeside Arts Centre. Octoville is artist Marc Parrett’s latest fabulous installation.

Mass Bolero

Mass Bolero

Friday 23 May at 6pm and 8pm

neat14: At Nottingham Playhouse. We will be launching neat14 in style, with the world premiere of a brand new film made right here in Nottingham.

Generation Jeans

Generation Jeans

Friday 23 May at 7pm and Saturday 24 May at 2.30pm and 6pm

neat14: At Nottingham Playhouse. Belarus Free Theatre bring back their critically acclaimed duologue.

Bloody Silly Business

Bloody Silly Business

Friday 23 May at 7pm

Spoken Word: At Waverley Theatre. This show features WWI stories taken from interviews with the last surviving participants in the Great War.

European Theatre: Then & Now

European Theatre: Then & Now

Friday 23 May at 9pm

Spoken Word: At Nottingham Playhouse. A panel discussion exploring how European theatre has changed over the past 100 years.

The Seagull

The Seagull

By Anton Chekhov

Saturday 24 May at 2pm and 7pm

neat14: At Nottingham Playhouse. The Seagull brings Chekhov’s classic story of thwarted passion and crushed ambition alive for modern audiences.

The Litvinenko Project

The Litvinenko Project

Saturday 24 – Thursday 29 May

neat14: At various locations. In this exciting interactive theatre experience 2Magpies Theatre explore the controversial story of this high-profile poisoning.

Rime

Rime

Saturday 24 May at 6pm & Sunday 25 May at 3pm and 6pm

neat14: At Lakeside Arts Centre. Inspired by the Rime of the Ancient Mariner, be dazzled by circus tricks, dance and acrobatics.

Western Society

Western Society

Sunday 25 May at 2pm and 8pm

neat14: At Nottingham Contemporary. Western Society is a portrait of civilisation in the 21st century.

Gold

Gold

Monday 26th May at 1pm and 3.30pm

neat14: At Lakesie Arts Centre. Gold is a funny, playful and cleverly quirky energetic dance piece.

MAGNIFICAT

MAGNIFICAT

Monday 26 May and Tuesday 27 May at 8pm

neat14: At Nottingham Playhouse. Magnificat is a unique and powerful polyphonic performance by 25 women of varying ages and professions.

Schrödinger

Schrödinger

Monday 26 May at 8pm

neat14: At Nottingham Contemporary. In one of Reckless Sleepers’ most celebrated performance pieces the impossible is probable.

The Second Minute

The Second Minute

By Andy Barrett

Tuesday 27 May at 2pm

neat14: At the Chase Neighbourhood Centre. The Second Minute is inspired by the nineteen thousand mailbags that crossed the channel every single day...

Raising Lazarus

Raising Lazarus

By Kat Francois

Tuesday 27 May at 7pm and Wednesday 28 May at 3pm and 8pm

neat14: At Chase Neighbourhood Centre. A one woman play which charts the experience of West Indian soldiers who came to fight for Britain in World War I

Road Postures

Road Postures

Tuesday 27 May at 9.30pm

neat14: At Nottingham Trent University. This fascinating dance piece is based on research in the local community of Tower Hamlets, London.

Origins

Origins

Thursday 29 May at 7pm

neat14: At Nottingham Playhouse. An evening of one-act plays from three of the region’s most interesting emerging theatre voices.

What We Are Saying

What We Are Saying

Thursday 29 May at 8pm

neat14: At Nottingham Contemporary. Be prepared for a surprising performance where no one knows what is going to happen next.

All Quiet On The Western Front

All Quiet On The Western Front

Friday 30 May at 7pm, Saturday 31 May at 2pm and 7pm and Sunday 1 June at 5pm

neat14: At Barton’s Bus Garage, Chilwell. One of our WWI themed events to honour the centenary, this is a revised adaptation of Enrich Remarque’s famous...

Raising Lazarus

Raising Lazarus

By Kat Francois

Friday 30 May at 8pm and Saturday 31 May at 6pm

neat14: At New Art Exchange. A one woman play which charts the experience of West Indian soldiers who came to fight for Britain in World War I

Loewenmouthy

Loewenmouthy

Saturday 31 May at 7pm

Spoken Word: At Nottingham Playhouse. Mouthy Poets have gone international and are ready to share their European journey with you.

Bolero

Bolero

By Michael Pinchbeck

Saturday 31 May and Sunday 1 June at 7.30pm

neat14: At Nottingham Playhouse. Nottingham writer and theatre maker Michael Pinchbeck takes a journey from Paris to Sarajevo, from 1914 to 1994, from the...

Back In The Day

Back In The Day

Sunday 15 June at 7.30pm

Comedy: Back In The Day is a comic and musical showcase taking a witty look back at how things used to be with jokes and hit songs.

Ballet Black

Ballet Black

Wednesday 2 July at 8pm

Dance: This award-winning company of black and Asian classically trained dancers present a triple bill of new work.

The Full Monty

The Full Monty

Wednesday 9 July - Sunday 13 July

Drama: This musical adaptation follows the film classic with all the original humour and heart.

Equus

Equus

By Peter Shaffer

Monday 11 - Saturday 16 August at 7.30pm. Saturday matinee at 2pm.

Drama: The story of a teenage boy who finds friendship and companionship in horses.

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty

Friday 28 November 2014 - Saturday 17 January 2015

Family Friendly: Kenneth Alan Taylor’s 31st pantomime is a spellbinding treat for all the family!