Blog – Pirates Auditions

Sentimental pirates, blundering policeman, and absurd adventures await in Gilbert and Sullivan’s famous musical: the Pirates of Penzance. A young man mistakenly apprenticed to a pirate king as a lad is finally old enough to turn his back on his “vile profession”. Desperate to find a good wife and honest happiness he throws himself on […]

Blog – The Crucible

PTC Presents… The Crucible by Arthur Miller 29th March to 1st April 2017 A period masterpiece for our modern problems The History Arthur Millers the Crucible, although set during the Salem witch trials was written in 1953 as a way to highlight McCarthyism and the persecution of those believed to be communists. These “witch-hunts” that […]

Blog – What to Expect in 2017

Well 2016 closed with another hugely successful pantomime (oh yes it was). Dick Whittington made the biggest profit so far and each year the PTC panto keeps getting bigger and better. If you haven’t seen one of our annul pantomimes yet, then December 2017 will bring the classic tale of Jack and the Beanstalk to […]

Blog – Hit the Ground Running

Nottingham must be one of the most alive places for live theatre I’ve ever lived in. We have the Theatre Royal and The Royal Concert Hall which will house some of the biggest touring musical productions of the year as well as their annual pantomime spectacular. This theatre also plays hosts to some local groups […]