• ‘Hello World’ @ NNT Autumn Online Season

    Tara Anegada reviews 'Hello World' at the Nottingham New Theatre Autumn Online Season...
  • The Curtain Call (Season 2) – ‘Hello World’

    Daisy Forster Welcome back to ‘The Curtain Call’! In the first episode of the second season, Daisy chats to Oliver and Nicholas about their upcoming virtual performance, ‘Hello World’. With behind-the-scenes info, debates about artificial intelligence, and a discussion of one of the best takeaways in Lenton, this is...
  • The Curtain Call (Season 1) – ‘I Think He Was Called Rosalind’

    Daisy Forster In the final episode of this season, Daisy chats with Tara Anegada, Chiara Crompton and Sophie Curtis to head behind the scenes of ‘I Think He Was Called Rosalind’, a reimagining of Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’. ‘I Think He Was Called Rosalind’ will be broadcast on...
  • The Curtain Call (Season 1) – ‘Reverie’

    Daisy Forster Daisy chats with the cast and creatives behind the Nottingham New Theatre’s first ever audio play, ‘Reverie‘, in the latest episode of The Curtain Call. ‘Reverie’ will be broadcast on the Nottingham New Theatre’s YouTube channel on Wednesday 19 August 2020 at 7pm.  Daisy Forster  Featured image courtesy...
  • [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....
  • The Curtain Call (Season 1) – ‘[The Fall Of] Julius Caesar’

    In the latest episode of ‘The Curtain Call’, Daisy meets Kishan Ganatra, Jasmine Butler and Megan Peace, the team behind the Nottingham New Theatre’s online production of ‘ Julius Caesar‘. ‘ Julius Caesar’ will be broadcast on the Nottingham New Theatre’s YouTube channel on Wednesday 12...
  • 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...