Nottz Theatreland

What's going on


Welcome to our Theatreland page.


The aim is to let you know what's new in the world of plays, and performance in and around Nottz.

As well as telling you what's on and where, we will be hosting reviews, highlighting some of the more interesting things coming up and we will have links to any Theatreland gossip that we hear about.


We will rely on you to keep us informed so feel free to send us your notes on things you've seen, rehearsals you've enjoyed and feel free to push your show here as much as you like.


Just send us copy and we will put it up as soon a possible.

What's on in Nottz Theatreland

It's Not Rocket Science
by Cecilia Alexander
Edinburgh Showcase

New Theatre Nottingham

2nd Oct

'It’s a man’s world' they say, looking at Earth. But beyond that, the vast expanse we call ‘space’, is largely unknown, unclaimed; a free for all. At least, it could be if my boss stopped calling me ‘sweetheart’. Eve always knew she belonged in the stars, but those on Earth keep bringing her down. Watch her grow up and grow wiser about how rocket science is the easy part, but being treated equally isn’t.

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Petticoat Council
Nonsuch Studios
5th & 6th Oct

This is the story of the first all female-run council in Britain, a real-life group of housewives from a rural Warwickshire village who broke down barriers to transform their community.

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Extra Time
Derby Theatre Productions , New Writing
9th - 17th Oct

A pitch-perfect tribute to Derby and the 1946 FA Cup win.

A rousing theatrical feast for any football fan or theatregoer, Extra Time is a pitch-perfect tribute to Derby, its people and its club, a must-see, uplifting show to bask in the glory and nostalgia of the 1946 FA Cup win, and to celebrate DCFC and our great city.

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The Lady Vanishes
by Derek Webb
Bonington Players
Bonington Theatre, Arnold
13th - 16th Oct

On a train headed for England is a mixed group of travellers, one of which, a wealthy young woman Iris Carr, befriends elderly Miss Froy. But then, after dinner, Iris wakes to find Miss Froy has disappeared. Mysteriously, the other passengers deny Miss Froy ever existed.

What secrets are the sinister doctor, the fierce baroness, the honeymoon couple, the vicar and his wife and the garrulous spinster sisters hiding?

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The Wedding
Gecko

Nottingham Playhouse
13th - 16th Oct

We are all married, bound by a contract.

But what are the terms of this relationship? And can we consider a divorce?

Led by Amit Lahav, The Wedding is inspired by the complexities of human nature: the struggle between love and anger, creation and destruction, community and isolation.

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A Day in the Death of Joe Egg
by Peter Nichols
Lace Market Theatre
18th - 23rd Oct

A classic modern comedy about a couple struggling to save their marriage while bringing up their little girl who suffers with cerebral palsy and is unable to communicate. You won’t know whether to laugh or cry

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Treasure Island
The Kaleidoscope Players
The Duchess Theatre, Lomg Eaton
28th - 30th Oct

Treasure Island (originally titled The Sea Cook: A Story for Boys) is an adventure novel by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, narrating a tale of "buccaneers and buried gold".

Its influence has been popular on its perceptions of pirates, including such elements as treasure maps marked with an "X", schooners, the Black Spot, tropical islands, and one-legged seamen bearing parrots on their shoulders.

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The Comedy of Errors
by William Shakespeare
Royal Shakespeare Company
Theatre Royal
Friday 22 October–Sunday 24 October

A father ends up in the wrong country on the wrong day as a government makes hasty proclamations about travel. A lonely son, while searching for his brother, loses himself. Across town a wife starts to realise her husband is not the man she thought he was (but rather likes it). Will anything ever be the same again?

Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors is a hilarious and touching tale of mistaken identity, double vision and family reunion, directed by comedy master, Phillip Breen.

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Nottz Theatreland News

The Haunted Hour
Hothouse Theatre

As part of the Bulwell Arts Festival 2021 Hothouse Theatre steamed The Haunted Hour on its facebook page.

Not for the faint hearted, this hour will be filled with a combination of classic ghost stories from M. R. James and Charles Dickens, as well as a few eerie tales from Bulwell itself.

This is an hour and a half that will scare your pants off!

Why not find a nice quite spot, draw the curtains and listen in ... if you dare!

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2021-22 season
Robin Hood Theatre

The Board convened (again!) to discuss dates for the coming season. We agreed that it would be sensible to wait until September before committing to a full production but hope to put on something in June or July depending on the situation. As you will see, we have shunted some postponed plays to later this year and even into 2022. We have also chosen some new titles, based on recommendations from our play reading group.

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