• Edward II @ NNT

    E. Schaffert and G. Brooke’s adaptation of Christopher Marlow’s Edward II hits you like a neon dream. Between the 1980s inspired soundtrack and the slick movement sequences this play at its core tells the story of a king divided by his heart and his duty....
  • The Wonderful World Of Dissocia @ NNT

    The Wonderful World Of Dissocia encompasses the extremities of mental health in a polarising, mind bending way. Lisa, the protagonist, enters a world of temporal confusion in which she has to find her ‘missing hour’ in order to restore balance into her life....
  • November Book of the Month: Arc of a Scythe


    In truth, this is really a series of the month, as November brought the concluding book, The Toll, to Neal Shusterman’s thrilling Arc of a Scythe trilogy....
  • We Will Rock You @ Royal Concert Hall

    A night of dynamic vocals to the unparalleled music of Queen. The jukebox musical follows the story of young Galileo Figaro and his ‘chick’ Scaramouche on their journey to escape the strains of Global soft, the online sphere that now dominates planet earth and find true rock and roll...
  • To Become A King Is To Become A Killer @ NNT

    ‘Within five years of Scotland voting yes to independence, the King is murdered, and the country is thrown into panic. Those watching the events unfold from both inside and outside begin to question: Can the young monarchy survive such a brutal murder? And who would hate the King enough...
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ NNT

    Nottingham’s New Theatre’s performance of ‘A Midsummer nights dream’, adapted by Tara Anegada, was certainly one for the history books with its unique approach....
  • Still Alice @ NNT

    Best known for Julianne Moore’s Oscar winning performance as the eponymous, Christine Mary Dunford’s adaptation of Still Alice is playing at the Nottingham New Theatre until Saturday. Telling the story of a Harvard professor’s deterioration at the hand of early onset Alzheimer’s disease, Will Tillett’s direction had me absorbed...