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1 pub. 14 different characters. 2 actors. Derby Theatre stages Jim Cartwright's classic comedy, directed by Julia Thomas.
Lovingly ripped off from the hugely successful 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Spamalot is a riotous comedy full of misfit knights, dancing nuns and ferocious Frenchmen.
Set in seventies Romford, with Donna Summer top of the hit parade and adults behaving disgracefully, join us for a great night out at the drinks party from hell in Derby Theatre's big autumn production.
Showing this week
Theatre Alibi’s magical tale of big ideas and sky-high courage, based on the children's book by award-winning author, David Almond. For 6-11 year olds and their families.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of his comedy career, Dave looks back on his incredible journey from working class lad to Chief Biomedical Scientist to much loved comedy performer.
Louise has lost her sense of adventure. She would love to journey to the deep ocean, if only she wasn’t so afraid of water.
Our Spring Scratch Night, offering a selection of new work from the most exciting artists in the region.
A fast moving and witty re-telling of John Godber’s award-winning and much-loved play about an amateur rugby league team.
Actor, musician, author, film director and occasional TV presenter, Martin Kemp tells stories from his truly amazing career.
Our brand new studio open-mic nights are an exciting opportunity for all performers and all styles.
What is a national identity? And what exactly constitutes a ‘nation’ and why are we so attached to it?
Dr Lucy Worsley is passionate about making history engaging to the widest possible audience and exclusively presents this new show to accompany the launch of her new biography of Jane Austen.
This autobiographical play by Jane Upton, joint winner of the George Devine Most Promising Playwright Award 2016, journeys back to find a beloved Nana before she forgot who she was. Extra performance now added due to popular demand!
John Robins – one of the most exciting and distinctive voices in comedy – returns reflecting on love, loss and lamenting the fact he can’t break up with himself.
Two imaginative stories will be brought to life by the Year 4-6 groups this spring.
This spectacular new production from the award-winning Metta Theatre transforms Hans Christian Andersen’s well loved tale into an enchanting circus show.
Fawlty Towers meets Noises Off in the Olivier award-winning smash hit comedy, now playing on Broadway and enjoying its 4th year in the West End.
Using young people’s own words, an ensemble cast test the boundaries of verbatim theatre to change the way you think about young people in care.
The Wolf isn’t big or bad, in fact he’s rather shy. Enjoy a new spin on this classic story – about two misfits who just want to fit in.
April 13th, 7-9pm at Attenborough Arts Centre
Available on the date shown only from 18:00.
Ahead of tech week, join our technical team on stage to watch the lighting rigs being fitted for our Two set.
Join our technical team as they build the set for Two - transforming the stage and auditorium into our very own 1980s pub!
An opportunity to join the technical rehearsal for a unique insight into the final stages of a production.