• 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....
  • Behind the Scenes at NNT: The Wonderful World of Dissocia by Anthony Neilson

    Nottingham New Theatre’s fourth in-house show is The Wonderful World of Dissocia, which promises an exploration of psychological disconnection. Lauren caught up with directors Nat Henderson and Joe Strickland to find out more about the production. ...
  • 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....
  • Behind the Scenes at NNT – ‘Stags and Hens’ by Willy Russell

    Liverpudlian accents, sparkly flares and a whole lot of energy. That’s what greeted me when I went to interview director Chloe Richardson, producer Tara Phillips, and cast members Sally Nesbitt, Kate O’Gorman, and Jake Ellis, of the NNT’s upcoming play Stags and Hens by Willy Russell. The enthusiastic and bubbly cast...
  • When I Watch You I like to Leave The Sound Off @ NNT

    This is a show that very much knows what it wants to be and is deeply invested in conveying this to the audience. Even before you enter the theatre you get a sense of the journey you about to take. This show is a story about privacy, obsession and...
  • Behind the Scenes at NNT: ‘The Seagull’ by Anton Chekhov Adapted by Florence Bell

    Florence Bell presents for your enjoyment a new adaptation of Chekhov’s naturalistic classic The Seagull. Instead of adapting the play in a traditional sense, director and writer Florence Bell has created a new piece of drama. Taking the final act and repeating it through the perspectives of four different...