Royal Concert Hall transformation project work due for completion in October
If you are coming to visit the Royal Concert Hall over the next few weeks you may notice that some major remodelling work is underway.Read more
Electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk have announced details of their 2017 UK tour. After their hugely successful worldwide concert tours, the German band will bring their 3-D show to the Royal Concert Hall on Sunday 18 June.
As you may have already noticed, partially thanks to the giant beanstalk bursting through our front windows last Monday, we have officially launched this year’s pantomime: Jack and the Beanstalk! It was a day of beans and cows and that Theatre Royal Panto magic.
BBC Young Musician of the Year, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, joins Sinfonia Viva for New Year’s Eve Gala ConcertCelebrated East Midlands’ orchestra Sinfonia Viva will be joined by the 2016 BBC Young Musician of the Year – Nottingham’s own Sheku Kanneh-Mason – for its annual New Year’s Eve Gala Concert at the Royal Concert Hall.
Born without his right hand, piano star Nicholas McCarthy is at the forefront of British music talent, championing accessibility to music for all by using his UK tour to promote not only his top ten classical charting album, Solo, but also to share his motto that “anything is possible”.
Theatre and concert fans can now have easy access to the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall Nottingham’s listings from their smartphones and tablets after the launch of a free mobile app.
The Theatre Royal Nottingham has announced its headline cast for this year’s giant pantomime spectacular, Jack and the Beanstalk. Leading the cast will be the legendary comedy-duo The Chuckle Brothers, Benidorm star Tony Maudsley, and The X Factor finalist Chico.
America’s first lady of the violin, Hilary Hahn, leads the starry line-up in Nottingham Classics new seasonIt’s been another record breaking year for Nottingham Classics, the international concert season at the Royal Concert Hall Nottingham. After years of sustained audience growth, the average attendance in its 2015-2016 orchestral season rose to over 1800, an achievement that compares with the very best concert halls in the world.
David Ian, producer of the international award-winning musical CHICAGO is delighted to announce that one of Britain’s most loved soap stars, Jessie Wallace, will play the role of ‘Mama Morton’ when the show plays Nottingham Royal Concert Hall from 15 – 20 August.