You may think all your Christmases have come at once if you are a fan of Noël [Coward] and get… Read more Review: Noël Coward’s Hay Fever. Lace Market Theatre. Nottingham
“What have the Greeks ever done for us?” Well, how long have you got? Rather a lot actually. Four thousand… Read more Review: Medea. Lace Market Theatre Nottingham
Vincent Willem Van Gogh was a Dutch Post Impressionist painter who lived throughout Europe from 1853 to 1890. In a… Read more Review: Vincent in Brixton. Lace Market Theatre. Nottingham
Commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, in 2015, Queen Anne by Helen Edmundson, and directed… Read more Review: Queen Anne. The Lace Market Theatre.
After reviewing many large scale productions at large scale theatres, it’s such a treat to enter the cosy auditorium at… Read more Review: Pressure by David Haig at The Lace Market Theatre
Richard Horatio Edgar Wallace (1 April 1875 – 10 February 1932) was a British writer. Born into poverty as an… Read more Review: Die Tür mit den Sieben Schlössern. Lace Market Theatre. Jakobus Theater (visiting company)
Jekyll and Hyde This relatively new theatrical alternative version of Jekyll and Hyde created originally by Evan Placey after R… Read more Review: Jeykll and Hyde by Evan Placey. The Lace Market Theatre. Nottingham.
Originally written for Nottingham Post If you are looking for a bright, colourful and fun night out based on an… Read more Review: The Servant of Two Masters. Lace Market Theatre.
Originally written for Nottingham Post. Because of the civil war between the Royalists and the Puritans, life in England was… Read more Review: Nell Gwynn. The Lace Market Theatre. Nottingham
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.