Arts Reviews

Amelia Bullmore’s play about the friendship of three women throughout University and beyond is moving and honest, both about the

Callum Walker’s The Black Dog on my Sofa has a lot to say about depression, and for the most part

Student-written theatre has never been finer than in Emma White’s Infectious. The two woman play is punchy, hilarious, and heart-breaking,

Whereas some plays skirt carefully around controversial subjects, Mike Bartlett’s An Intervention hits the issues straight on, creating a dialogue

Intense, compelling, and at times, disturbing are a few ways to describe NNT’s production of Jennifer Haley’s play, The Nether.

Nottingham Lakeside Arts’ latest exhibition, Winifred Nicholson: Liberation of Colour, is a marvellous exploration of the use of colour in

Cirque Du Soleil is a world-renowned entertainment company, and they certainly didn’t disappoint with this spectacular production. Attracting all ages

Captivating from start to finish, Matthew Bourne’s production of The Red Shoes is one not to be missed. We were

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again is a feminist play and political satire by Alice Birch which analyses the role of

When my mum told me, my brother and his girlfriend that she had a surprise planned for us, we had