What's On
In Nottinghamshire Theatreland

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The Library Siege
by Barry Wood

12 - 14 March

Robin Hood Theatre, Averham, nr Newark

 It’s the end of another quiet day at Higgsfield Library. Three librarians, sorry, cultural service advisors, are just getting ready to leave, when something happens that will change their lives forever and leave the fate of mankind hanging by a thread….. Well, more or less….

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The Merchant of Venice
Shakespeare

Sun 15 Mar

Lakesside Arts, Nottingham

Greed, poverty and personal vendettas collide in a production full of music, energy and no-nonsense Nottingham spirit.

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Pricks
Jade Byrne from Blackbird Creative Arts in association with LittleMighty

17 Mar

Lakesside Arts, Nottingham

I’ve had over 70,000 pricks… Of the medical kind.

This is my chance to set the record straight about Type 1 diabetics like me. Despite what people say, I’m not bankrupting the NHS. And I can eat cake if I want to.

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The Government Inspector
by Nickolai Gogol

18-21 Mar

Duchess Theatre, Long Eaton

The Mayor is in a cold sweat. News has reached him of an imminent visit from a Government Inspector. His fear is well-founded as he has been somewhat lacking in his official duties.

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Punk Rock
by Simon Stephens

19-21 Mar

Nottingham Arts Theatre

William Carlisle has the world at his feet but its weight on his shoulders. He is intelligent, articulate and f***ked. In the library of a fee-paying grammar school, William and his fellow Sixth-Formers are preparing for their mock A-Levels while navigating the pressures of teenage life.

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Poet in Da Corner
By Debris Stevenson. Feat. Jammz

19-21 Mar

Nottingham Playhouse

In a strict Mormon household somewhere in the seam between East London and Essex, a girl is given Dizzee Rascal’s ground-breaking grime album Boy in da Corner by her best friend SS Vyper.

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with bread

20 Mar

Nonsuch Studios, Nottingham

with bread is in turn a poetic history lesson, an opportunity to hear voices from the margins, and a baking class. with bread is an attempt to explore what it means to share a culture, to make community and to belong in an everchanging and globalised world.

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As You Like It
by William Shakespeare

25-28 Mar

Lace Market Theatre, Nottingham

A family dispute has upset the government of a French province, with Duke Frederick taking control and banishing his older brother, the rightful Duke, from the duchy. Rosalind, the banished Duke’s daughter, stays behind as a companion to her cousin Celia, but soon Duke Frederick’s fickle temper forces them to flee the city too.

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Far Gone
Written and performed by John Rwothomack

26 -28 Mar

Nonsuch Studios

Far Gone is a gut kicking physical performance with humour, poetry, and the horrors of being a child soldier. It follows the life of Okumu, an innocent boy living with a good family in Northern Uganda.

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Channeling Jabez
by Giles Croft

27 Mar

The Space

For more than 30 years his achievements were celebrated across the world, but following his death he was soon forgotten. Written and performed by Wolffe’s 3rd cousin once removed (work that out) this show is part (auto)biography and wholly a celebration of a peculiarly British form of sporting hero.

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Private Peaceful
By Michael Morpurgo. Adapted by Simon Reade

27 Mar -11 April

Nottingham Playhouse

The Peaceful brothers, Tommo and Charlie, have a tough rural childhood facing the death of their father, financial hardship and a cruel landlord. Their fierce loyalty to each other pulls them through, until one day they both fall for the same girl. And then the Great War comes.

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Couch to Madrid Marathon in 100 days!

 Guy is taking on the his biggest running challenge yet to raise funds for Hothouse Theatre projects.

Having spent months building a physique that Jabba the Hutt would have been proud of (Star Wars reference in case you didn’t know), during an extend winter solstice celebration, Guy finally crawled off his potato couch and got into training ... with only 100 days to go ... for the Madrid Marathon!!

It's going to be hilly! It's going to be hot!! It’s going to hurt!!!

And that is just the training!

Don’t let all that pain be in vain ...

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Oklahoma!
by Roger and Hammersetin

8 - 11 April

The Space, Nottingham

There's a box social coming up, and Curly asks Laurey if she'll be his date. Trouble is, Laurey thinks he's waited too long, and in a fit of pique accepts an offer from the boorish Jud instead. Meanwhile ...

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One Foot in the Rave
Martin Grey - Poet

Friday, April 17, 2020 at 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

City Arts - Nottingham

A disillusioned 23-year-old evangelist preacher finds himself ejected from a controlling cult. He lands on the ecstasy-fuelled dance floors of 90’s clubland. Shunned by his family, and everyone that he knows, he is not prepared for what lies ahead.

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Parade
The Cast

Tue 2nd June 2020 - Sat 6th June 2020

Duchess Theatre, Derbyshire

The musical dramatizes the 1913 trial of Jewish factory manager Leo Frank, who was accused and convicted of raping and murdering a thirteen-year-old employee, Mary Phagan.

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"What's On" Theatre Pages
Lace Market Theatre
Hockley
Nottingham
website

Nonsuch Studio

Nottingham
website

Majestic Theatre

Retford
website

Palace Theatre

Mansfield
website

Palace Theatre

Newark
website

Acorn Theatre

Worksop
website

Bonington Theatre
Arnold
Nottingham
website

Robin Hood Theatre
Averham
Nr Newark
website

Nottingham Arts Theatre
Hockley
Nottingham
website

Duchess Theatre
Long Eaton

website

The Nottingham New Theatre
University Park, Nottingham

website

The Space
Squire Performing Arts Centre

website

The Television Workshop
Canal Street Nottingham

website
Theatre Royal

Nottingham
website

Nottingham Playhouse

Nottingham
website

Lakeside
University Park
Nottingham
website

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