Fri 9 – Sat 24 Feb 2018
Evenings 7.30pm Matinees Thu 15 Feb 1.30pm and Sat 24 Feb 2.30pm

Best suited for Years 11-13

“The play combines funny and moving naturalistic dialogue with big theatrical set pieces. We’ll be using stylised movement, music and song to capture the camaraderie and danger of life underground” Adam Penford, Director of Wonderland

Expect dark humour and tension in Adam Penford’s first play as Artistic Director in this gripping 360° look at the events leading up to and during the miners’ strike.

Reviews for Hampstead Theatre’s production:
★★★★ “The verve and humanity of the piece are never in doubt” The Telegraph
★★★★ “Wonderland is theatre of grit and guts” The Times

Post-show discussion: Thu 15 Feb

Show tickets: £12 each and one teacher goes free with every 10 tickets purchased.

(See show pages for dates)


Fri 9 – Sat 24 Feb 2018

‘What I’d Change’

A provocative workshop exploring protest, moral dilemmas and how to make your voice heard. Using a variety of different creative approaches students will have the opportunity to devise their own dramatic responses of what they’d like to change.

The workshop is suitable for 10 – 30 students and dates are flexible to suit your requirements. Booking is subject to availability. Additional travel costs may be required for schools outside of Nottinghamshire.

Price: £85 for 60 minute workshop or £150 for half-day workshop (+ tickets for the show)

For more information or to book a workshop complete our Workshop Enquiry Form and send to schoolbookings@nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk or call the Participation team on 0115 947 4361.