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Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall to become an all-day destination The second phase of the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall Nottingham’s Royal Transformation Project* will go ahead this summer, transforming the venue in to an all-day destination, with food and drink available every day from breakfast until midnight.
In partnership with the University of Nottingham, the Theatre Royal has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to begin a major programme of archive and heritage work that will explore all aspects of our past.
Soundstage Music and the Moving image 24 – 28 March What would great movies be without their evocative soundtracks? From the heroic blaze of trumpets in the opening titles of Star Wars to the stabbing strings of Hitchcock’s Psycho, composers’ scores can set the scene as vividly as any well-framed shot.
Neil Bennison, winner of the Concert Hall Manager of the Year Award at the annual Association of British Orchestras (ABO) conference, dedicates his award to Nottingham Classics concert-goers for their unstinting support.
Autumn 2017 sees the return of a format first presented in 2004, for a new festival season of one act operas. The Little Greats brings together six short operas, from the well-known to rarely performed jewels of the genre:
To commemorate The Chuckle Brothers’ 50th year in pantomime, a seat has been dedicated to them in the Theatre Royal Nottingham’s auditorium alongside previous panto legends Christopher Biggins, David Hasselhoff and Su Pollard.
Samantha Womack, Les Dennis & Carrie Hope Fletcher join the kookiest family around on the UK & Ireland Tour of THE ADDAMS FAMILY ‘They’re creepy and they’re kooky, Mysterious and spooky, They’re all together ooky, The Addams Family.’
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.