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Nottingham Playhouse

Kenneth Alan Taylor has worked in the theatre for more than 60 years in a career that has included being artistic director of the...

It seems appropriate that after 18 years running Nottingham Playhouse, Giles Croft’s final production is Anton Chekhov’s 1904 valedictory masterpiece The Cherry Orchard –...

The election of President Trump prompted Fiona Buffini to stage Arthur Miller’s ruthless dismantling of the American Dream. It’s an intense and finely honed production...

New artistic director Adam Penford is looking forward to putting the Nottingham Playhouse back on the map. He tells Lyn Gardner about capturing the...

Fresh from drama school and holding the stage entirely on his own, Luke Grant makes a very impressive professional debut in this harrowing drama....

Sara Pascoe is a woman who knows funny. Jane Austen is no slouch on this front either. The comedian’s new stage adaption of Pride...

Nottingham Playhouse chief executive Stephanie Sirr has argued the importance of making theatres more environmentally sustainable, claiming doing nothing about it was “not an...

A stellar cast of authentic Nottingham voices have been assembled for this new revival of Touched, a 1977 play by the city’s best known...

Jane Upton’s searing three-hander had its premiere at Nottingham Playhouse in 2015 and was the joint winner of the George Devine Award for most...
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