Daisy Pulls It Off was originally written by Denise Deegan in 1983 as a platform to provide new opportunities for… Read more Review: Daisy Pulls It Off. Lace Market Youth Theatre. Nottingham.
Psyche. This is the word from which ‘psychology’, ‘psychiatrists’, ‘psychotic’, etc., are derived. It originates in Greek and means… Read more Review: Equus. Lace Market Theatre Nottingham. 8-13 October 2018.
Birds On The Wing, a comedy farce by Australian writer Peter Yeldham (born 1927), was written in 1970. In that… Read more Review: Birds on the Wing (Auf und Davon) Lace Market Theatre/Jakobus Theater.
It’s not often that you hear a talented actress who sings very well being proud of singing badly. But this… Read more Peter Quilter’s comedy Glorious! opens at The Lace Market Theatre 23rd Jan. Promotion.
Intentionally or not, Brontë the play, by Polly Teale is a subtle education into the nature of literary creativity placed… Read more Review: Brontë at The Lace Market Theatre Nottingham.
Michael Frayn’s Benefactors, seen here in an intimate studio performance at Nottingham’s Lace Market Theatre, directed by Marcus Wakely, concerns… Read more Review: Benefactors at The Lace Market Theatre. Nottingham
The Lace Market Theatre in Nottingham is situated in Halifax Place, right in the centre of the historic Lace Market… Read more Lace Market Theatre Nottingham twinning history with two German theatres.
As well being the passionate founder and reviewer/writer for this website I also write for a quarterly amateur theatre magazine… Read more Supporting East Midlands amateur theatre through Sardines Magazine.
As Shakespeare wrote in his comical play A Midsummer Night’s Dream “And as imagination bodies forth/The forms of things unknown,… Read more Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The Lace Market Theatre. Nottingham