Music: Once a month CAST presents two of the very best local musical acts playing live in the bar, for free
Dance: Experience this brilliant, multi-talented ensemble of men, women and children as they explore the gender they were born into and the price they...
Music: Join The Life and Times of the Brothers Hogg to experience a variety of music genres all in one night.
Music: Two of Britain’s leading jazz vocalists present a stylish, sophisticated and entertaining tribute to Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald.
Drama: Inspired by courageous protesters who risk everything for what they believe in, three women decide to take action.
Spoken Word: Join ex-SAS hero Chris Ryan as he talks about the infamous Bravo Two Zero Gulf War mission in Iraq.
Comedy: See comedian David Baddiel discuss what fame is really like in his first full show for 15 years.
Dance: Nottinghamshire’s finest young dancers present an evening of energy, creativity and brilliance
Comedy: The Reduced Shakespeare Company are back once again and this time they are tackling The Bible.
Comedy: Jerry Sadowitz is best known as an offensive comedian but he is also one of the world’s most skilled and creative card magicians.
Spoken Word: Shame is a new spoken-word, hip hop theatre production by John Berkavitch.
Music: Relive the musical superpower that was ELO with the fabulous ELO Experience .
Music: Kangna is the University of Nottingham’s multi award winning Asian Cultural Show.
Drama: Enjoy some of Gilbert’s wittiest characters and Sullivan’s most infectious tunes.
Drama: Refugee Boy brings together the work of two of the UK’s most prolific and revered poets, Benjamin Zephaniah and Lemn Sissay.
Family Friendly: A new version of the brilliantly imaginative, award-winning show.
Dance: Make some room. Make some noise. Here come the BalletBoyz.
Spoken Word: Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe, the sell-out comedy phenomenon is back on tour with a brand new show for the insatiably sci-curious.
Drama: A fast, furious and funny new family drama about inter-generational and cross-cultural relationships.
Spoken Word: Come prepared for some frank anecdotes and hear how Alan Johnson’s unusual childhood has affected his political views today.
Drama: This play examines the monster’s situation in a sympathetic light.
Music: The award-winning Trent Drama Society brings this Broadway hit musical to the Playhouse.
Spoken Word: Join Rachael Young as she explores her own identity and the ways in which we label ourselves.
Spoken Word: Back by popular demand! Enjoy even more yet untold stories from behind the scenes at TMS.
Dance: Britain’s most celebrated contemporary dance company returns with a shimmering, exhilarating and energetic programme.
Spoken Word: Don’t miss this special evening with the King of Scandinavian crime fiction.
Dance: The two halves of Michael Keegan-Dolan’s thrilling dance theatre double bill are a contrast in light and dark that mirrors the Stravinsky music...
Drama: Blending character-driven physical theatre with contemporary and South Asian dance, this stunning new work by Altered Skin explores the forces...
Dance: This story of Hercules is told through hilarious dance routines and amazing speciality acts. It’s a modern cabaret the whole family will enjoy....
Comedy: By popular demand the Grumpies are back to knock some sense into the nation!
Music: See one of the UK’s most remarkable folk singers play heartbreaking melodies from his acclaimed new album.
Drama: The Seagull brings Chekhov’s classic story of thwarted passion and crushed ambition alive for modern audiences.
Dance: Students of Nottingham Theatre Dance School present their annual showcase.
Drama: The Second Minute is inspired by the nineteen thousand mailbags that crossed the channel every single day during the First World War.
Drama: The Good, the God and the Guillotine steals its style from the gig, the opera and the recital, making it a music-driven piece of theatre like no...
Drama: Nottingham writer and theatre maker Michael Pinchbeck takes a journey from Paris to Sarajevo, from 1914 to 1994, from the First World War to the...
Music: The critically acclaimed hit musical Bugle Boy explores the life of legendary music icon Glenn Miller.
Comedy: Catch one of the most talked-about shows on the UK comedy scene.
Other: Explosive family theatre for curious minds from the world famous Science Museum in London!
Comedy: Join Hardeep as he offers his take on life, love and finding romance in middle age.
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.
Drama: This chillingly relevant play has been newly adapted for the Playhouse Ensemble.
Dance: MADD present their annual showcase which promises to be a vibrant evening of entertainment.
Dance: Come and see the future of dance!
Dance: This award-winning company of black and Asian classically trained dancers present a triple bill of new work.
Dance: Two days of superb entertainment, choreographed and produced by Principal Tracy Quaife.
Drama: This musical adaptation follows the film classic with all the original humour and heart.
Spoken Word: Spend an evening in the world of Caitlin Moran as she explores what it is to be a woman.
Drama: The story of a teenage boy who finds friendship and companionship in horses.
Drama: Following its European stage premiere at Nottingham Playhouse last year, The Kite Runner is back by popular demand before touring nationally.
Drama: Beneath the surface of this story, Priestly explores the political and social history of Britain between the wars, and the nature of time itself.
Drama: This must-see show is a captivating combination of WWII intrigue and drama set against a backdrop of glitz, glamour and Big Band swagger.
Comedy: The wonderfully innovative comedy mind is back with a brand new live show.
Drama: A serious comedy about science, sex and landscape gardening.
Comedy: See and hear great legendary artistes belt out a night of fantastic songs and Jasper back where he belongs…making us laugh!
Comedy: The German Comedy Ambassador comes to Nottingham – wunderbar!
Family Friendly: Kenneth Alan Taylor’s 31st pantomime is a spellbinding treat for all the family!