Looking Good DeadMonday 26 July–Saturday 31 July Drama
Venue: Theatre Royal
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+
This production features themes of an adult nature
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Please note: This is a rescheduled date from 1-6 February 2021. All tickets for the original date remain valid. Further information for tickets holders impacted by this change of date, can be found here
The thrilling Roy Grace series from multi-million No.1 best-selling author Peter James returns to Nottingham with the world premiere stage production of Looking Good Dead, starring award-winning actor and EastEnders icon, Adam Woodyatt.
No good deed goes unpunished…hours after picking up a USB memory stick, left behind by another passenger on a train seat, Tom Bryce, (Adam Woodyatt) inadvertently becomes a witness to a vicious murder. Reporting the crime to the police has disastrous consequences, placing him and his family in grave danger. When Detective Superintendent Roy Grace becomes involved, he has his own demons to contend with, while he tries to crack the case in time to save the Bryce family’s lives.
Adapted by award winning writer Shaun McKenna, Looking Good Dead follows the huge stage success of The Perfect Murder and Dead Simple and will keep you on the edge of your seat until the chilling final moments!
Don’t miss your chance to see the world premiere tour of Peter James’ gripping new play.
£7.50 off £5 & £37.50 tickets on Monday 1 February 7.30pm performance.
Save £4 on Stalls & Upper Circle tickets on Tuesday – Thursday 7.30pm & Wednesday 2pm performances.
Save £4 in the Stalls & Upper Circle for Monday to Thursday 7.30pm & Wednesday 2pm performances.
Groups of 10+
Save £3.50 per tickets on all seats in the Stalls & Upper Circle. Available on bookings of 10 or more, with one free ticket per 20 seats booked. Available on Monday – Thursday 7.30pm & Wednesday 2pm performances. Please contact our Group Sales team to book.
Concessions are not available in the Balcony, or on Friday 7.30pm or Saturday 2.30pm & 7.30pm performances.
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Tuesday 27 July
Wednesday 28 July
Wednesday 28 July
5 Jan: Nottingham and Nottinghamshire are currently under National Lockdown restrictions, which do not permit theatres and concert halls to be open.
We will continue to liaise with our colleagues in Nottingham City Council and Public Health Nottingham City to ensure that we can reopen in a safe and Covid-secure way once local restrictions are lifted.