• ”Expect To Be Endeared By The Overall Wholesomeness Of The Story” – Theatre Review: Bedknobs And Broomsticks

    A feel-good and wholesome show, Amelia Gibbs reviews Bedknobs and Broomsticks ahead of it's arrival to the Theatre Royal, Nottingham, from October 6 – October 10....
  • The RSC At 60

    Laura Sherratt This year marks the 60-year anniversary of the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon. The company was formally established on 20 March 1961, following Peter Hall’s creation of a summer Shakespeare festival and has since achieved global acclaim. The RSC is at the forefront worldwide of performing Shakespeare...
  • An Interview With ‘2021’ @ NNT

    Daisy Forster I chatted to Kishan Ganatra and Jasmine Butler, the directors of ‘2021’ at the Nottingham New Theatre. Make sure you tune in via their YouTube channel to watch the show at 7pm this Wednesday! *** Hi Kish and Jaz! Please could you start off by telling us...
  • Interview with ‘Self-ish’ at NNT

    Daisy Forster Daisy ‘sits down’ with co-writers and co-directors behind ‘Self-ish’, the latest show by the Nottingham New Theatre. The show premieres tonight via the NNT youtube channel; make sure you tune in! *** Hello! Thank you for interviewing with Impact. Can you tell us a bit about what...
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    The Nottingham Young Creative Awards: An Interview with Lakeside Arts

    Florence Avis In the run-up to the deadline to apply for the 2021 Nottingham Young Creative Awards, Florence Avis interviews Rachel Feneley, the Learning Officer at Lakeside Arts, to learn more about the Theatre category. *** Hi Rachel, thank you for sitting down with me. Firstly, please could you...
  • Shakespeare And Gender On Stage

    Maisie Jane Garvin Imagine visiting the theatre and seeing your favourite Shakespearean heroine: Desdemona, Ophelia, Lady Macbeth or Hermia, being played by a man. Perhaps there would be uproar. Yet, it is interesting to note that in the contemporary performances of these plays, the leading ladies would have in...
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    The Curtain Call (Season 2) – ‘faces.’ & ‘Accelerate’

    Daisy Forster Welcome back to The Curtain Call for the final episode of this season! Take a look back at two of the Nottingham New Theatre’s most recent shows, and join Daisy as she draws back the curtain on the production of a virtual play.  Both shows are available...