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'Exceptional' Theatre Boss Announces Retirement

The Managing Director of the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall Nottingham is retiring after nine years in the role, it was announced today.

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Volunteers Needed for Nottingham's First Puppet Festival

Nottingham’s first ever Puppet Festival has finally been launched and will bring an incredible array of shows, workshops, screenings, talks and events all across the city. 

Puppets prepare to take over the city

An iron man, giant birds, a diabolical Mr Punch, a treasured maiden and one of the talents behind the workings of the National Theatre’s War Horse came together today with guests from across the city to officially launch Nottingham’s first-ever Puppet Festival.

Sheku Kanneh-Mason Album Launch

It’s been a whirlwind year for Sheku Kanneh-Mason. Since winning BBC Young Musician in 2016, the 18-year-old cellist from Nottingham has rapidly become one of the city’s heroes, his image now emblazoned on one of Nottingham City Transport’s double-decker buses. 

Man who helped build Royal Concert Hall has seat named after him

Former Labour councillor, Professor Chris Brotherton, has added his name to a seat in the Royal Concert Hall, a venue he played an instrumental part in planning and financing back in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Security at the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall

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. 
Free Wifi! Log on to 'TRCH Public' and enjoy!

Free Wi-Fi now available for all visitors to 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 TRCH

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. 

Bechstein Piano Restoration

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.

Head Steward retires after 34 years of service

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