Arts Reviews

Last summer, I was one of the lucky few to get tickets to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.

Touched by Stephen Lowe premiered at the Nottingham Playhouse in 1977, and returned this February forty years later. Considering this time

Not normally one for horrors, my initial impressions were fuelled by excitement and nervousness. Naturally, the play is not a

Fame! is a musical that has the perfect mix of acting, singing and dancing. It’s infectious 80’s-themed music made me want

Cuba’s flagship contemporary dance troupe performed in Nottingham for their first stop on their 2017 UK tour, and what an

Playing at the Theatre Royal until Saturday 18th February, the latest production of La Cage aux Folles is full of all

The Place is Here is grounded in the 1980’s, a crucial turning point in British multicultural politics. It brings together

Anna Karenina is one of those undeniable classics that people tend to claim they’ve read, or have on their shelves

Having seen the film version recently, I sat down with both excitement and trepidation at the musical adaptation of the

Sunny Afternoon, a musical based upon the music and life of The Kinks, is quintessentially British and endlessly enjoyable. Charting