• [The Fall of] Julius Caesar @ NNT

    “How many ages hence shall this our lofty scene be acted over?” asks the character of Cassius in William Shakespeare’s timeless "(The Fall of) Julius Caesar". The answer is for many ages, most recently by the Nottingham New Theatre for the entirely online quarantine season....
  • Monkey @ NNT Quarantine Season

    This virtual performance piece Monkey, written by Libby Horobin and Jake Levy, perfectly captures the struggles of lockdown and the desperate need for human interaction over a Zoom pub quiz. The play centres around a group of five friends trying to overcome their own boredom in a virtual quiz...
  • TL;DR @ NNT Quarantine Season

    TL;DR, Bill Hayes’ first go at play writing, is the premiering piece of the Nottingham New Theatre’s online quarantine season. This virtual piece brings a charged depiction of ‘Alistair’ (played by Rohan Rakhit), who utilises Youtube to create heated discussion with his right-wing community. Haye’s thought-provoking script brings to...
  • ‘Hamilton’ on Disney+

    We can all finally be in the room where it happened now that 'Hamilton' is streaming on Disney+....
  • ‘Spring’ and ‘Awakening’ by Tara Anegada @ NNT x Upload Festival

    Due to the cancellation of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as a result of Covid-19, The Nottingham New Theatre will be staging their two-part play, ‘SPRING’ and ‘AWAKENING’ by Tara Anegada at the Virtual Upload Festival. I was lucky enough to watch it before its streaming on the 27th and...
  • Poetry Review: Social Distancing by Tara Anegada and Sophie Curtis

    Tara Anegada and Sophie Curtis, two third year students at the University of Nottingham have self-published a poetry collection titled ‘Social Distancing’. The collection explores the effects of the last few weeks as society progressively goes into lockdown. For 99p on Amazon, with all proceeds going to UNICEF, this...
  • Celebration @ NNT

    The Nottingham New Theatre’s production of Harold Pinter’s Celebration played last week. The play follows three couples across two tables in an eastend restaurant. We get to be a fly on the wall, watching the truth about their scandalous lives unfold. NNT have taken on the challenge of Pinter’s last...