Anton Chekhov’s best loved, and probably least complex play, The Cherry Orchard was his last play. Fittingly, this Nottingham Playhouse… Read more Review: The Cherry Orchard. Nottingham Playhouse
Arthur Miller wrote All My Sons in 1947 after his failed play The Man Who Had All The Luck bombed… Read more Review: All My Sons. Nottingham Playhouse.
Prior to the 2018 season launch Nottingham Playhouse Artistic Director Adam Penford chats with East Midlands Theatre writer Phil Lowe… Read more Adam Penford, New Artistic Director of Nottingham Playhouse chats to East Midlands Theatre about the 2018 season and his directorial influences.
Sometimes as a reviewer one has to be careful not to give any of the plot away. It is generally… Read more Review: Wreck by Toby Campion. Nottingham Playhouse. Neville Studio.
Sara Pascoe’s stage adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice at Nottingham Playhouse is very funny indeed. Period. Well not… Read more Review: Pride and Prejudice at Nottingham Playhouse
Home is where the heart is and the heart is symbolic of love. Love is clearly at the heart of… Read more Review: Home. Nottingham Playhouse Neville Studio.
Adapted by Sara Pascoe Based on the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Susannah Tresilian Designed by Carla Goodman Music… Read more Pride and Prejudice at Nottingham Playhouse and York Theatre Royal.
This new production celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Rent – the musical – book, music and lyrics by the late… Read more Review: Rent. Nottingham Playhouse.
Making a very welcome return to Nottingham Playhouse Neville Studio (7 – 11 February) is playwright Jane Upton’s sixty minute… Read more Review: All The Little Lights. Neville Studio. Nottingham Playhouse.
On this cold winter evening (25th Jan 2017) at Nottingham Playhouse what finer way can we spend time other than… Read more Review: Ramin Karimloo and The Broadgrass Band at Nottingham Playhouse.