Drama: Due to popular demand, Andy Barrett’s show, based on the diaries of Tony’s Last Tape returns to Nottingham Playhouse.
Music: Nottingham Playhouse Summer School present one of the biggest smash-hit musicals of all time!
Music: The first Nottingham appearance in over 4 years by the acclaimed Scottish singer-songwriter.
Drama: First performed at Nottingham Playhouse as part of the International D. H. Lawrence Centenary Festival, Phoenix Rising returns to mark the 130th...
Drama: Following two completely sold-out runs and a critically acclaimed UK tour, Nottingham Playhouse’s smash hit co-production of George Orwell’s...
Drama: Amidst rampant paranoia about the enemy within, the shadow of suspicion falls on two radicals from a religious minority.
Comedy: Josh Widdicombe, that guy from the TV comedy shows with the curly hair, is back on the road with a brand new tour.
Spoken Word: Join Jeanette for a fascinating evening as she discusses what Shakespeare means to her and his vital relevance today.
Comedy: When you’ve a mouth this big, is it any wonder you get into trouble?
Comedy: With the help of Monkey and a bag of tricks, truly anything can happen in this unmissable improvised adventure of hilarious witchery.
Spoken Word: Join Simon Schama for a thrilling evening discussing the images that tell the story of the British.
Music: In this, the 50th anniversary of his chart-topping hit Yeh, Yeh, Georgie Fame hits the road for a very limited number of UK tour dates.
Comedy: The science comedy phenomenon returns, and this time they’re off the chart!
Comedy: Award winning comedian and comedy writer Andy Hamilton is back with a brand new solo stage show.
Music: Show of Hands are undeniably one of the strongest current forces in acoustic music.
Drama: PSYCHEdelight creates new work that is daring and socially engaging. This play is based on the writer’s experience in a fertility clinic.
Spoken Word: Celebrating 70 years in show business this year, the Hollywood legend and James Bond star chats with biographer Gareth Owen about his...
Drama: A secret marriage provokes fury, espionage and bloody murder in John Webster’s tragedy.
Spoken Word: An evening with the Prospect Magazine’s World’s Top Thinker Richard Dawkins
Comedy: Due to exceptional demand Lee Nelson’s brand new show has been extended into autumn 2015!
Drama: Maxine Peake’s witty and critically-acclaimed play celebrates the life of unsung sporting legend Beryl Burton – the greatest woman on two wheels.
Comedy: The wonderfully innovative comedy mind is back by popular demand.
Comedy: After more than a decade in Britain, the German Comedy Ambassador has ‘groan’ to like puns…. though he still couldn’t eat a whole one.
Comedy: Pam Ann’s caustic wit knows no boundaries so fasten your seat belts and prepare for take-off.
Family Friendly: Laugh, shout and sing along with this year’s Playhouse pantomime adventure
Family Friendly: Join us for this magical modern classic, and follow Hare and Tortoise through the seasons as the two friends get ready to race each other!
Family Friendly: A relaxed performance of Hare & Tortoise, especially for people with learning disabilities and their families.
Family Friendly: Relaxed performance of Dick Whittington, especially for people with learning disabilities and their families.
Music: Featuring The Formations, this ultimate celebration of the sweet sound of MOTOWN is back!
Comedy: All 37 Plays in 97 Minutes! An irreverent, fast-paced romp through the Bard’s plays.
Dance: Young performers from Dance schools in and around the East Midlands showcase their talents in this spectacular showcase.
Drama: When Mel meets Dave at a protest, she believes she has met her kindred spirit. But is he who he appears to be?
Comedy: Join ‘one of the UK’s best observationalists’ (The Guardian) for a brand new stand-up show accompanied by its own original soundtrack.
Drama: Our Conspiracy Season is a scandalous programme of plays about secrets, surveillance and the misuse of power.
Music: Anne Reid and her musical director Jason Carr present an evening of music and memories.
Dance: Students of Katie Wright School of Dance present their second showcase Made in Britain.
Spoken Word: Renowned restaurant critic, MasterChef judge and sometime jazz pianist Jay Rayner invites you to join him for a night of food and agony.