Get ready for our spring 2019 season
This spring, we’ve got plenty to keep you entertained with some serious show-stoppers that will see you through the new year with a smile…
We’re delighted to be welcoming a fantastic array of new musicals to our venues in 2019 starting with Benidorm Live (25 – 30 March) seeing the much-loved TV cast swap sangria for the stage as the Solana comes to Nottingham. Then in April, Doctor Dolittle (9 – 20 April) will charm and delight with his exotic menagerie of animal friends, including a Giant Pink Sea Snail! And for the first time, Kinky Boots (27 May – 8 June) will be strutting into town packed full of glitz, glamour and utter fabulousness!
We continue to work closely with the Royal Shakespeare Company as they return to Nottingham with a heart-breaking and contemporary Romeo and Juliet (19 – 23 February) exploding with passion that is sure to pack a punch. From one classic to another, Educating Rita (13 – 18 May) will see Stephen Tompkinson take on this hilarious and heart-warming comedy by Willy Russell, whilst The Girl On The Train (20 – 25 May) will haunt, thrill and chill with Samantha Womack in this hotly anticipated stage adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ best-selling novel.
Families will be spoilt for choice with plenty of shows perfect for every age. Fans of Horrible Histories will love Terrible Tudors & Awful Egyptians (26 February – 2 March) complete with 3D special effects, whilst Room on the Broom (14 – 17 March) brings to life the much-loved picture book with songs and laughter for little ones and their grown-ups.
As always, we also have plenty of comedians to choose from including Sandi Toksvig (7 February), Dave Gorman (13 February) and Rhod Gilbert (4 April) as well as national treasures Aggers and Tuffers (12 March) and The Hairy Bikers (17 March), plus everyone’s favourite podcaster and comedian, Deborah Frances-White aka. The Guilty Feminist (31 May).
Spring 2019 also sees the return of Sound Stage – A Festival of Music and the Moving Image (11 – 17 March). A week-long tour of great musical and visual events, from symphonic scores and cineconcerts to immersive and intimate workshops and concerts across the city, this year the theme is Fantastic Worlds so get ready to delve into a mix of TV, video game and film soundtracks like you’ve never heard them before.
So what are you waiting for? Pick up your copy of our new brochure from our Box Office or view the spring 2019 brochure online HERE.