Nottingham Playhouse (Nottingham) Reviews
Description:Address: Wellington Circus / Nottingham NG1 5AF
Newest Review: ... and spacious area for those waiting for their show to start and a smoking area outside of the restaurant/ bar CAST, which is situated to the side of the theatre. Although I didn't go into CAST myself, it was packed and there were plenty of people in there enjoying food and drinks before the show. You can, while and after booking your tickets for a show, book a table at CAST for beforehand if ... more
Customer Nottingham Playhouse (Nottingham) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/03/12 (Very useful, 71 readings)
My first trip to the Nottingham Playhouse was due to going to see Romeo and Juliet this month. The playhouse is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and has some fantastic shows coming up to celebrate this. The playhouse is situated in Wellington Circus, just over the road and round a corner from the furthest end of Upper Parliament Street. Finding the playhouse was a little tricky though as I didn't know where it was exactly and I had to consult a map on my phone to get there. As you walk up to the playhouse, the scene is amazing. Outside of the theatre is Anish Kapoor's 'Sky Mirror'. The sculpture is a fantastic thing to see and it shocked me as I ... Read the complete review
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