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Critics’ Circle gives young people aged 14 to 18 the opportunity to attend Press Nights and review Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company productions. Members receive tickets for the show, take part in a workshop and then submit a response to the play.
We are now accepting new participants to the group. In order for people to be accepted into the group they must submit at least two reviews for any play or film. All submissions must be sent to email@example.com by Friday the 3rd November.
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Critics’ Circle Reviews
Responses from Critics’ Circle students for our most recent productions can be viewed by clicking on the links below:
Find out what our Critics' Circle thought of Cinderella...
Take a look at what Critics' Circle had to say about The Cherry Orchard.
Find out what the Critics' Circle thought of All My Sons.
What did the Critics' Circle think of Sara Pascoe's comic adaptation of Pride and Prejudice?
Our critics have picked up on the immense skill of Nottinghamshire actors Aisling Loftus and Vicky McClure.
The Critics’ Circle enjoyed its annual ‘Panto Bonanza’ meet on Saturday 26th November, which warmed up with pass the par...
On 1st November 2016, the Critics’ Circle watched The Revenger’s Tragedy, written by Thomas Middleton in the 1600s and dir...
Lauren Wilson, Critics’ Circle Editor 2016 – 2017 Directed by Jack McNamara, Darkness Darkness is the second play in t...
Critics Circle 2016 – 17 Critics Circle allows young people to join a small group of reviewers to watch Playhouse work, get ...
With a number of Critics’ Circle having performed in their own version of The Government Inspector - what did they think?
Noises Off, has wowed Critics’ Circle, with a unanimous consensus that this is one of the best plays they have seen.
Slow moving for some but with interesting creative decisions, The Glass Menagerie has received mixed reviews.
Any Means Necessary impresses with its emotional complexity and depth.
Famed for its inside jokes and familiar faces, Kenneth Alan Taylor is back directing the fantastic Dick Whittington.
We think that The Hare and the Tortoise is an amazing show.
Thought-provoking and powerful, the latest instalment in the Nottingham Playhouse conspiracy season did not fail to impress.