Family Friendly: Grandpa in my Pocket – Teamwork is back!
Spoken Word: Two readings which examine race, sex and power.
Music: Experience this dreamlike acoustic band and their unique sound with shades of flamenco, folk, soul and blues.
Comedy: Strap yourself in for a night of unmissable entertainment with the irrepressible Nelson.
Family Friendly: A Thousand Cranes is the true story of twelve-year-old Sadako Saski, who was stricken with “radiation sickness” after the bombing of Hiroshima.
Misc: A vibrant celebration of the talents of carnival artists and performers.
Music: Enjoy a night of razor-sharp harmonies, slick vocal stunts and infectious groove.
Dance: Enjoy a varied programme of ballet, contemporary, jazz and tap.
Spoken Word: Join the popular BBC presenter as he gives us a history of post-war Britain through pop music.
Spoken Word: Sunday Times Chief Sports Writer David Walsh will tell the story of cycling hero Lance Armstrong’s fall from grace.
Music: Deva Premal & Miten have introduced millions in the West to the power of Sanskrit mantras. Fans include Cher and His Holiness the Dalai Lama so...
Music: Guitarist and singer-songwriter Ewan McLennan plays folk songs from Britain and further afield.
Dance: Join us for one of the most inspirational dance shows this year.
Spoken Word: The Mouthy Poets present a day of workshops, open-mics and performance.
Spoken Word: Join the Playhouse Ensemble for an evening of light-hearted entertainment
Music: Midlands Academy of Dance and Drama present their 2013 gala performance of musical theatre.
Drama: Back by popular demand! Experience the infamous story of Nottinghamshire cricket hero Harold Larwood and the Bodyline tour of 1932.
Spoken Word: Join Alec Stewart OBE, England’s most capped cricketer, as he talks about his test career and experience of competing for The Ashes.
Music: Talented young songwriter Blair Dunlop brings his captivating sound to the Playhouse.
Other: Five free lunchtime events offering a unique insight into what we do.
Comedy: A one-woman show full of laughter, Jamaican patois and proverbial sayings.
Music: This Nottingham singer-songwriter brings his soulful folk to the Playhouse.
Spoken Word: Join Britain’s best-loved retired dope smuggler and author as he introduces us to his major new series of crime thrillers set in Wales.
Music: Cricket-based pop duo play a very special gig on the eve of the first Ashes test.
Music: Nottingham University Hospital presents Orthopaedics’ Got Talent – it’s got the O2 factor!
Dance: Spotlight School Of Dance present their second showcase.
Drama: Nottingham Playhouse Youth Theatre now bring this remarkable story about power and deception to the stage.
Family Friendly: This zany and hilarious tale based on the best-selling children’s book is delightfully brought to life on stage for the very first time.
Drama: The definitive book of the 20th century in an exciting new stage adaptation.
Comedy: The acclaimed writer and comedian presents a mixed stew of unrelated ideas in preparation for his 2014 TV series.
Drama: Anthony Burgess’ classic tale of disaffected youth is brought to the stage.
Comedy: This upcoming stand-up comic brings his debut tour to Nottingham.
Drama: Discover a man whose life became legend in the Victorian age.
Comedy: A night of hilarious world-class stand-up comedy.
Drama: See Ian Bartholomew play one of the greatest and most thrilling of Shakespeare’s roles.
Comedy: Fresh from the Edinburgh Festival, Amos is hitting the road with a brand new show for 2013
Comedy: This show promises a comedy performance from Sean like you’ve never seen before.
Comedy: Fresh from a complete sell-out, twice extended 2012 tour, multiple appearances on Celebrity Juice and 8 Out of 10 Cats, and a starring role in BBC...
Family Friendly: Join us for a giant of a magical adventure!