Blog: Chess- The Musical

The PTC`s production of the world famous Chess-The Musical is now finished, and what a show it was! A big thank you to all those involved in the production, it really was a great success and certainly caused a buzz amongst the Nottingham theatre community.. Here is a selection of some of the excellent reviews […]

The Pirates of Penzance

Well it’s the top of the tide and we must be off! Pirates has finished now, but boy what a run! We got some great feedback from our audiences, and we’re so proud to have introduced the wonderful world of G&S to a whole new generation of people and actors, and given a chance to […]


This production has now finished, but below you can find lots of information about the production. 27th – 30th SEPTEMBER 2017 THE BOY WHO FELL INTO A BOOK An exciting adventure for all the family, served with Alan Ayckbourn magic and heaps of imagination, The Boy Who Fell Into a Book is a thrilling journey […]

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The Crucible

The Crucible is over! But wow, what an incredible run it was. Read on for some of the incredible reviews we recieved, and to see some of our best pictures from the show. Written by Arthur Miller and Directed by Jessica McLean; The whims of one woman turn a town of good, respectable people upside […]

Dick Whittington 2016

Dick Whittington

Well last year’s (that’s right, it’s 2017!) Pantomime was an absolute blast! Another great production with some wonderful responses from reviewers and everyone who came to watch. We’re very proud to say that Dick Whittington performed to even more people than Cinderella and we’re all looking toward smashing that record again this year with Jack […]

Jesus Christ Superstar

“I can sum my review up with just one sentence. The best non-professional production I’ve seen.” – Kev Castle Jesus Christ Superstar is a 1970s rock opera with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice. Directed by¬† Chris Teasdale with assistant director Luke Grainger, and musical director David Hails. Performance Photos – […]

Brassed Off

From start to finish this production was first rate […] So I, as well as the rest of the audience, felt that a standing ovation was needed. – Playhouse Musings Grimley Colliery is set to close as the accountants say there’s more money in it shut than open, even after redundancy payments. It means 1200 […]