A playful and quirky new show for young children about friendship and play, and the importance of treasuring little things.
In collaboration with the renowned classical Indian dancer Mavin Khoo, Agudo weaves his Flamenco roots with a unique, contemporary style in this universal and personal story of East meets West.
A tiny snail longs to see the world, so she hitches a lift on the tail of a humpback whale. But when the whale gets beached, how will the snail save him?
Lake Enders is Lakeside’s theatre arts company for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities. Join us to watch their public sharing at the end of term.
An exciting new collaboration exploring Abhinaya (the art of expression) through the classical and creative vocabulary of Kathak and Bharatnatyam. Choreographed by Nilima Devi MBE and Anusha Subramanyam.
Wild storms, hurricanes and extreme flooding, The Storm Officer tells the tale of one town’s struggle when faced with the realities of extreme weather and the impact of climate change.
A Guardian Readers’ Favourite 2017, Romantic Romeo is moping to the ‘Rhythm of the Rain’ for his latest unrequited love
Oddsocks’ Sci-fi musical adaptation of The Tempest is out of this world. Space explorer Prospero is marooned in a galaxy far, far away with daughter Miranda and a host of madcap aliens.
The Wilde Creatures, a band of storytelling musicians, bring to life Oscar Wilde’s classic fairy stories including The Happy Prince, The Nightingale and the Rose and The Birthday of the Infanta.
For your delight and delectation, four valiant vaudevillians present their terrifying take on Oscar Wilde’s most gruesome ghost story.
Edinburgh Festival Double Bill presented by The Nottingham New Theatre.
For a week in May 1854, Nottingham audiences flocked to hear of one man's extraordinary escape from slavery to freedom. Henry 'Box' Brown – a formerly enslaved African American – wrote himself into the history books when he posted himself in a box.