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Nottingham Playhouse

There’s been a catastrophe. Thousands are dead. But grief hits everyone in different ways. The first production to be staged in Nottingham Playhouse’s Neville Studio...

Sea Wall – Old Vic Theatre, London When it was first staged at the old Bush Theatre in 2008, Andrew Scott was astonishing in Simon Stephens’ moving monologue...

A new interactive play responding to the Grenfell Tower fire will tour council estates across the country later this year, in a collaboration between...

Mufaro Makubika's first main-stage play, Shebeen won the 2017 Alfred Fagon Award for best new work by a black British playwright, in advance of...

Nottingham Playhouse has announced it is partnering with National Theatre Live for the first time to broadcast its forthcoming production of The Madness of...

What a delicious adventure story this is and how well it adapts to the stage. Adam Penford’s fluid and inventive production of Louis Sachar’s...

Ramps on the Moon is a consortium of six theatres that each year takes a turn to produce a touring show featuring a cast...

Br’er Cotton – Theatre503, London Theatre503 presents Tearrance Chisholm’s play, about an African-American teenage boy living in Virginia and the Black Lives Matter movement. It’s...

A native of the city, Adam Penford, the new, youthful artistic director of Nottingham Playhouse, has created a real buzz with his debut at...
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