A Family Pantomime written and directed by Amanda Hall
Sat 1st - Sun 16th Dec 2018
Meet our beautiful bookworm Belle who finds herself trapped inside an enchanted chateau by a mysterious beast! Along with Madame Macaron, Idle Jacques, Gustave and Philippe there's magic, mayhem and much much more...
Come and join us this Christmas for the best family pantomime around.
Tickets: Adults £15-£16 / Concessions £13-£14 / Family Ticket (4 tickets) £44-£48
School and group rates available via the Box Office
Come and get in the Christmas spirit with us as we spend an evening of entertainment featuring a host of songs, poems, sketches and verse to get you in the festive spirit.
Our 70th Anniversary Grand Prize Draw will be drawn at this event so don't forget to buy your ticket and you could be in with a chance to win £150 cash or many other prizes.
Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare is a tragic love story where Romeo and Juliet, sworn enemies, fall in love. An ongoing feud between the Capulets and the Montagues breaks out again on the streets of Verona. Both sides are warned by Prince Escalus that they must not disturb the peace again, on pain of death.ongoing conflict, they cannot be together.
Made In Dagenham is the inspiring story of the women who made history!
Rita O'Grady, a feisty yet warm-hearted worker at the Ford car plant in Dagenham, leads the revolution for not just equal pay for women, but what is right!.
Set in the swinging sixties against a stunningly colourful backdrop of beehives and Biba dresses, Made In Dagenham follows the emotional journey of a group of friends from the factory floor to the House Of Commons. With the help of their Union shop steward they prove nothing is impossible if you stand up for what you believe, in this heart-warming must-see story!
*Please note there is some use of strong language and sexual references in the show*
Sick us a bittersweet, bizarre and highly entertaining hour-long one-woman show about the impact of four years of cuts to the National Health Service. The artist draws on her real life experience of working as a receptionist on a busy emergency unit to explore the way that austerity impacts on sick people, the staff who care for them, and their families and friends. Interwoven with true stories from the organised chaos of an emergency unit are snippets of how working in such a highly pressurised enviroment shaped the artist as a young adult.
BOOK EARLY FOR 2019
Jump aboard a magic carpet and travel with us to a busy Chinese town for a spectacular pantomime adventure.
Dreaming of a better life, Aladdin wishes to stop working for his mother, Widow Twankey, in their family run launderette. With help (and some hindrance) from the likes of his brother Wishee Washee, Aladdin goes on adventure to find a secret magical lamp hoping that this will change his destiny. Meanwhile, the evil Abanazar plots to overthrow the Emperor and marry the Princess so that he can become the all powerful ruler. Will Abanazar succeed or will Aladdin come up with an in-Genie-us plan! Don’t miss the adventure of a lifetime in this action-packed, magical Amanda Hall production, once again at the Nottingham Arts Theatre from 30th November - 15th December 2019. Tickets on sale now!
PLEASE NOTE THE NEW SHOW TIMES ON SUNDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS