Charles Dickens's classic festive tale, A Christmas Carol, is told in Southwell Minster on Wednesday. The story has been adapted for stage by Chapterhouse Theatre Company, which performed Wind In The Willows at the venue in the summer.
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After 73 years, the curtain will come down on Newark Music Club with a concert at the Palace Theatre by the acclaimed Orchestra Of St John’s, on Friday night.
In 1993, Electronic Arts released Mutant League Football (MLF), which became a cult hit.
The musical Blood Brothers is marking its 30th anniversary with a UK tour. It will be at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham, from Tuesday, November 21 to Saturday, November 25.
The audience at Newark Palace Theatre will be taken on a trip to Broadway when Strictly Come Dancing singer Lance Ellington performs at the venue on Thursday, November 16.
An extra performance has been put on of David Walliams’ Awful Auntie at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal.
The fast-paced comedy You, Me And Mrs Jones, by Tony Horitz, is performed by Robin Hood Youth Theatre on Sunday.
Award-winning company Opera North returns to the Theatre Royal, Nottingham, with a festival of short operas, offering six new productions.
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Blues and soul diva Kaz Hawkins brings her band to Farnsfield Village Centre on Saturday.
Husband and wife team The Red Dirt Skinners perform in Upton next week in a gig for Beaumond House Community Hospice, Newark.
Broadcasting icon Sir Michael Parkinson is to relive some of the defining moments from his lengthy career as a television interviewer.
An artist will give live demonstrations as part of his exhibition at a Newark gallery.
There is a half-term treat for children at Newark’s Palace Theatre next week when all three of Nick Sharratt’s Shark In The Park stories are brought to life. The production swims into the venue on Monday, at 2pm.
Due to popular demand comedian Reginald D. Hunter has extended his critically-acclaimed UK Tour with new dates that include Newark Palace Theatre.
The inspiring true story of Carole King’s rise to stardom and her relationship with her husband and fellow songwriters is told in the award-winning musical, Beautiful.
Big Ben Interactive return once again with WRC 7.
The cast of a production of Avenue Q, which will be performed at the Robin Hood Theatre, Averham, this month have taken part in a workshop in preparation for the show.
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Stars of the hit BBC series Strictly Come Dancing — including Newark’s Jay McGuiness — are dancing their way through the 1950s in a new show.
After six consecutive Christmas seasons in London’s West End, the joyful adaptation of Children’s Laureate Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s bestselling book Stick Man is coming to Nottingham.
The first play in the new season at the Robin Hood Theatre, Averham, is a political satire that is still relevant today.