Drama: Nottinghamshire youth theatres share their work on the Playhouse stage as part of neat16
Drama: Four staged readings of European play texts that will be performed for the first time in the UK by the Neat ensemble.
Workshop: Join us for two exciting rehearsed readings, and post-show discussion with Company of Angels
Spoken Word: Neat Festival offers two Monday evenings for the people of Nottingham to come and express themselves in front of an open mic
Drama: A staged reading of a short unfinished Tennessee Williams play paired with Lawrence’s autobiographical play The Fight For Barbara.
Spoken Word: Rehearsed readings of 6 ten-minute pieces written specially for neat16 on the theme of Brexit.
Drama: Packed with guts, heart and some well placed couscous, JOAN fuses lyrical new writing with drag king cabaret for the very first time.
Drama: Come and join members of Presence Theatre to share in the discovery of short European plays, some of which have never been heard before in the UK.
Drama: Award-winning writer and theatre maker Michael Pinchbeck has created three devised performances inspired by the work of William Shakespeare.
Family Friendly: As Amina embarks on a magical journey to right the world’s wrongs, this magical story shows how a chance event can set off a chain reaction.
Drama: CLOUDCUCKOOLANDERS is a charming and messy ‘movie night’ with a compelling streak of pitch black humour.
Spoken Word: Masks of Mer, The Priest of Nemi and Allegories of a Great City – three films by Michael Eaton.
Drama: A new, live video performance based on the novel by Leo Tolstoy.
Drama: A show about what it means to be a single woman in her 30s and how we can challenge the social conditions that hold us back.
Drama: October 2012. Gunmen in Pakistan shoot three girls for wanting to go to school.
Other: Our new home for emerging artists, working in any art from across the region – come and share ideas and forge new relationships!
Drama: #RefugeesWelcome is a funny, poignant and heart-breaking play evised in response to the narrative of the refugee crisis in the media.
Drama: Spotlight Theatre are pleased to bring their annual showcase of drama, dance & singing to the Playhouse stage.
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...