The George Hotel, Leadenham, is hosting its seventh big comedy night.
One of the most successful comedies, and the winner of every major world theatre award, is on tour with three famous faces from stage and television.
Fans of pop star and actor Martin Kemp can find out more about the star from the man himself when he visits Newark Palace Theatre later this month.
The Olivier Award-winning comedy masterpiece Single Spies is the latest production of Robin Hood Theatre Company’s season.
Far Cry has always impressed me, from the feral roots of Instincts on the original Xbox to the lush, open world of Far Cry 2, and the crazy but effective antagonists in Far Cry 3 and 4.
The classic children’s story The Jungle Book has been re-imagined with a new score and script for a production that comes to Nottingham next week.
The Dancing On Ice celebrities skate into the Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, for a live version of the hit television show. There are shows in Nottingham on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday next week.
An epic line up of music legends has been added to the special 10th birthday bash of Splendour, with The Charlatans joining headliner Paloma Faith on the main stage.
There is the chance to step back in time with tunes from the 1920s and 1930s when the Pasadena Roof Orchestra visits Newark Palace Theatre next week.
The spring production for Southwell Theatre Club is Home, the poignant and humorous award-winning play by David Storey.
After the success of its world premiere in Liverpool last year, Cilla — The Musical is on an extended UK tour. It includes a stop at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal.
I've always enjoyed a good tower-defense title, but those that have really stood out are the few that merge other genres.
Former international cricketer Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff is among an all-star cast of the new production, Fat Friends — The Musical, which comes to Nottingham’s Theatre Royal from Monday.
A live performance of one of the world’s greatest rock bands, Dire Straits, is reproduced at Lincoln’s New Theatre Royal on Saturday, with an appearance by tribute band Money For Nothing.
More than 90% of tickets have already been sold for Newark Amateur Operatic Society’s up-coming production of Cats — and there are still six days to go until curtain-up.
Biff the ballet dancing dog pirouettes into the Terry O’Toole Theatre, North Hykeham, this weekend with a performance of Dogs Don’t Do Ballet by Ollerton-based theatre company Little Blue Monster Productions.
The Stranglers will delve into their vast back catalogue for The Definitive Tour, which comes to Nottingham’s Rock City on Monday.
London in the second world war is the setting for Matthew Bourne’s ballet, Cinderella, which returns to Nottingham’s Theatre Royal next week.