Misc: On Mon 25 Sep, invited guests will be the first to hear our new shows for 2018.
Drama: If you’ve always heard people saying “Austen is so funny” and you never got it – you will now!
Drama: Wreck is an edge-of-your-seat, fast-paced drama about a young man suddenly thrust into the most desperate of circumstances.
Spoken Word: A special members event ahead of our upcoming production, All My Sons.
Drama: A Pay What You Can performance of our brand new comic adaptation of Pride and Prejudice.
Drama: Pay What You Can is brought to the Neville Studio for the first time!
Drama: A series of FREE work-in-progress performances from Nottinghamshire artists as part of Playground.
Drama: A darkly comic monologue about boys, Christmas socks and not growing up.
Drama: GUTS follows the hopes and dreams of a boy who died on the pavement outside the Victoria Centre one Friday night.
Drama: A renegade retelling of Edgar Allan Poe’s twisted tale.
Drama: Major Labia want you to join us in celebrating wonder women of Notts throughout the ages.
Drama: Written by Pulitzer Prize-winner Arthur Miller, All My Sons is a family drama that explores the dark side of the American Dream.
Drama: Celluloid Souls is an interactive and unique digital performance experience exploring our obsession with the cinema.
Spoken Word: This talk introduces the play’s main themes, discusses the American Dream and explores the significance of the play’s post-war setting.
Other: Nottingham Playhouse’s new Artistic Director looks into the future
Drama: A Pay What You Can performance of All My Sons – family drama at its best.
Misc: Multi-million selling soul band The Real Thing are eady to give their much loved disco inspired hits a new lease of life with an extensive UK tour
Other: Director Giles Croft and his cast share an exclusive glimpse into The Cherry Orchard in rehearsal
Dance: Dance that’s like a cross between The Office and an Australian style cage-fight – intrigued?!
Spoken Word: England’s greatest ever spin bowler and cricket’s best-loved commentator are here with a barrage of new stories from on and off the field.
Family Friendly: An honest, touching and bizarrely quirky piece of theatre for young audiences.
Comedy: Simon Amstell returns with a deeply personal, funny exploration of beauty, intimacy, freedom, sex and love.
Music: Award-winning International Reggae artist Macka B and the Roots Ragga Band will be performing all his hits.
Comedy: From a terrifying title given by the audience, you’ll be taken on a musical journey all the way into your grave!
Drama: Inspired by the true story of William Freeman, a black man who was put on trial in 19th Century New York.
Drama: A rehearsed reading of a new play that explores the story of the black people who may have influenced Shakespeare’s writing.
Drama: Artistic Director Giles Croft has chosen Anton Chekhov’s last and greatest play as his final production at Nottingham Playhouse.
Spoken Word: Join director Giles Croft in conversation with designer Tim Meacock for an insight into the theatre design process of The Cherry Orchard.
Drama: A Pay What You Can performance of The Cherry Orchard – Anton Chekov’s last and greatest play.
Other: Giles looks back over 18 years of constant drama
Spoken Word: Join one of Britain’s most prominent campaigning politicians, as she discusses her ground breaking memoir A Woman’s Work.
Music: A heady mix of spontaneous stand-up, spectacular performance and outlandish musical talent.
Spoken Word: Journalist, television presenter and best-selling author Ned Boulting presents his acclaimed ride through the world of Bikeology.
Comedy: Join popular podcast team as they serve up their pick of the most bizarre, extraordinary and hilarious facts discovered over the last 7 days.
Comedy: Join German Comedy Ambassador Henning Wehn for an evening of Teutonic jolliness at its best.
Family Friendly: The most enchanting pantomime of all – have a ball with Cinderella at Nottingham Playhouse!
Family Friendly: Town Mouse and Country Mouse are so different, how will they ever get along?
Family Friendly: Relaxed performances of this year’s festive show for children aged 3 and up.
Family Friendly: A Pay What You Can performance of Nottingham Playhouse’s legendary pantomime.
Family Friendly: A relaxed performance of this year’s pantomime Cinderella.
Family Friendly: A dementia- friendly performance of this year’s pantomime Cinderella.
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.
Family Friendly: Join us as we celebrate the brand new adaptation of Disney’s iconic fairy tale with on-screen lyrics so everyone can join in!
Music: Credited with originating British folk-rock, Fairport Convention has been making great music for over fifty years.
Drama: Internationally acclaimed Gecko’s new show presents an elegant, brutal and thrilling depiction of a dystopian world where people are brides,...
Comedy: What happens when pairs of actors hit the stage without ever having seen a script?
Dance: This promises to be a fantastic evening of entertainment with students from age 3 years performing Ballet, Modern, Tap, Lyrical, Jazz, Acro and...
Comedy: A massively disrespectful celebration of the lives of David Baddiel’s late mother and father. Come and be offended on David’s behalf!
Comedy: See Joe Lycett on his brand new stand-up tour, where he’ll be sharing jokes, paintings and some of the pathetic internet trolling he’s been up...
Other: Experience an evening of extraordinary short films from the world’s most prestigious mountain film festival.
Comedy: The Malawian born stand up was a stand out star from this year’s Britain’s Got Talent show.