What’s On

Elkie Brooks: Live In Concert

Elkie Brooks: Live In Concert

Wednesday 24th January 2018 at 7:30pm

Music: See Elkie perform her biggest hits live, including Pearl’s A Singer, Lilac Wine, Fool (If You Think It’s Over) and Don’t Cry Out Loud.

The Beautiful Game 2018

The Beautiful Game 2018

Friday 26 & Saturday 27 January 2018

Dance: Next Door Dance delves directly into the heart of football and explores why it truly is the people’s game.

Fairport Convention

Fairport Convention

Tuesday 30 January 2018

Music: Credited with originating British folk-rock, Fairport Convention has been making great music for over fifty years.

The Wedding

The Wedding

Thursday 1 - Saturday 3 February 2018 at 8pm

Drama: Internationally acclaimed Gecko’s new show presents an elegant, brutal and thrilling depiction of a dystopian world where people are brides,...

Finding Nana

Finding Nana

Wednesday 7 - Saturday 10 February 2018

Drama: This autobiographical play by award-winner Jane Upton journeys back to find a beloved Nana before she forgot who she was.



Friday 9 - Saturday 24 February 2018

Drama: Wonderland is a regional premiere, a spirited and uplifting drama written by the daughter of a Nottingham miner.

February Family Fest 2018

February Family Fest 2018

Monday 19 - Saturday 24 February 2018

Family Friendly: Join us this February Half Term 2018 for an exciting and varied week of family fun.

Vulva La Revolution

Vulva La Revolution

Tuesday 27 February 2018 at 8pm

Drama: Major Labia are graduates and associates of the BAFTA award-winning Television Workshop, and bloody funny ones at that. Vulva La Revolution is a...

Our Country's Good

Our Country's Good

Friday 9 - Saturday 24 March 2018

Drama: A comedy and a powerful drama which shows us how we can escape the chains that bind us.



Friday 9 March 2018 at 8pm

Spoken Word: Science, sensuality, spirituality, Self. How our bodies mirror the universe through a constellation of particles shimmering within.



Saturday 31 March - Sunday 22 April 2018

Family Friendly: Holes is a multi-award-winning novel that went on to have box office success on the big screen. Louis Sachar’s theatrical version is perfect for...

People of the Eye

People of the Eye

Saturday 7 April at 7.30pm

Drama: Inspired by real events, this is a story about a family finding their way through unfamiliar territory.



Saturday 14 April 2018 at 10.30am, 12pm and 2.15pm

Family Friendly: A warm, intimate and playful new piece for under 3s inspired by nature and the seasons

Holes: Relaxed Performance

Holes: Relaxed Performance

Sunday 15 April at 3pm

Family Friendly: Holes is a multi-award-winning novel that went on to have box office success on the big screen. Louis Sachar’s theatrical version is perfect for...

The Sea Show

The Sea Show

Saturday 21 April 2018 at 11am and 1pm

Family Friendly: A quirky and hilarious mix of puppet show, natural history and comedy cabaret for young audiences.

Motionhouse - Charge

Motionhouse - Charge

Friday 27 April 2018 at 8pm

Dance: Inspired by the incredible role of electricity in the human body, Charge is an electrifying new dance-circus show.

The Last Ship

The Last Ship

Tuesday 8 - Saturday 12 May 2018

Music: The UK premiere of Sting’s personal, political and passionate musical.

Sarah McQuaid

Sarah McQuaid

Thursday 17 May 2018 at 8pm

Music: With her new album singer-songwriter Sarah McQuaid expands her battery of instruments to include piano and electric guitar.



Friday 18 May 2018 at 8pm

Drama: A bold new show, about country legend Dolly Parton, cloning, branding, immortality and death.



Friday 1 - Saturday 16 June 2018

Drama: Jamaican couple Pearl and George are helping Caribbean migrants to cut loose by hosting a forbidden party at their Shebeen.

Sweet Charity

Sweet Charity

Friday 31 August - Saturday 22 September 2018

Music: Unlucky in both love and life, Charity Hope Valentine is a kind young woman who earns her keep dancing in the seedier bars of New York City.



Friday 5 - Saturday 20 October 2018

Drama: If you had survived the horror of war, what lengths would you go to protect yourself from its painful memories?