In light of recent horrific attacks, we understand that some of our customers may be feeling concerned about security procedures at forthcoming events here at the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall.
With over half a million people visiting the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall Nottingham each year to see and enjoy live stage performances, many thousands of conversations, posts, and stories take place via social media related to their experiences.
Building work continues apace at the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall with contractors working seven days a week to put the finishing touches to the £3.3m refurbishment project which started earlier this summer.
The Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall Nottingham has announced a major Grants for the Arts award from Arts Council England of £99,960 to produce Nottingham’s first Puppet Festival across the city in March 2018.
Our Autumn/Winter season this year will be a particularly special one, as we look forward to showing you all the improvements we’ve been making over the summer to the Royal Concert Hall’s front entrance, foyers and bars and to the Theatre Royal’s ground floor café bar. Please do come along and see what’s new.
If you’ve been a regular visitor to the Theatre Royal you may have fond memories of a lovely old Bechstein piano that used to be played regularly before you went into watch the show. Built over a hundred years ago, in 1903, it had a faded charm that also extended to its sound! Badly inRead More
After 34 years of service, our stalwart Theatre Royal Head Steward, Rita Burdus, is retiring. She began work on the buffet bar in the Royal Concert Hall in 1983 before becoming an steward later that year. After twelve years she was offered the position of Head Steward and she has been here overseeing the FrontRead More
Records have again been broken at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, as its international concert season, Nottingham Classics, notched up average audiences of nearly 1900 for its orchestral concerts, with orchestras responding to packed houses with roof-raising performances.
The second phase of the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall Nottingham’s Royal Transformation Project will commence on 6 June following on from the changes to the Royal Concert Hall foyer and Box Office last summer. The work will transform the venue in to an all-day destination with improved dining opportunities, better disability access, andRead More
The Theatre Royal Nottingham has announced that this year’s sensational family pantomime Beauty and the Beast will star Sherrie Hewson, Ben Richards, Ben Nickless and Andrew Ryan, in an all-new spectacular production from Saturday 9 December.