Scarlett White

Scarlett White

Written in 1836, Nikolai Gogol’s work of political satire examines the absurdity and corruption of Imperial Russia. The play follows

Compelling and completely haunting, Peter Whelan’s The Accrington Pals at the Nottingham New Theatre puts on an impressive performance for their opening

In 1914, soldiers of the Indian Army travelled over four thousand miles to fight alongside the British in the First

This year marks the 3rd time that NU Dance has won ‘Best Overall Club’ at the biggest inter-university competition in

Shopping and F***ing is a 1996 play by English playwright, Mark Ravenhill. In a world where everything has been reduced

It’s upstate New York, 1979, post-Vietnam. Set in the Latowski family’s front kitchen-come-bar, Tom Willis’ Electric Nebraska consumes the greying

Nottingham’s own Daniel Hoffman-Gill’s intimate play takes the audience on an emotional rollercoaster, either laughing or crying with no in-between.

The latest offering from Nottingham New Theatre is a thrilling evening of Shakespearean humour and magic. Director Chris Trueman’s rendition

Despite being increasingly discussed in all walks of life, mental health still has a huge stigma attached to it. That’s

The Nottingham New Theatre and Nottingham Lakeside Arts Centre chose to put on Oedipus for this year’s theatrical collaboration. Oedipus