Children’s Archive

  • Bing Live Tuesday 28 & Wednesday 29 August Royal Concert Hall £14.50 – £16.50* Calling all Bingsters! Bing and his friends are coming to Nottingham in the first ever Bing […] 0

    Theatre Preview: Bing Live

    Bing Live Tuesday 28 & Wednesday 29 August Royal Concert Hall £14.50 – £16.50* Calling all Bingsters! Bing and his friends are coming to Nottingham in the first ever Bing […]

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  • Beanbag Music Club is getting ready for the summer break – but not without a giant party first! Get ready for the biggest bash of the year as percussionists supreme, […] 0

    Children’s Theatre Preview: O Duo

    Beanbag Music Club is getting ready for the summer break – but not without a giant party first! Get ready for the biggest bash of the year as percussionists supreme, […]

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  • The first Beanbag Club of the year took place at the weekend. The monthly event was, as ever, a massive hit with everyone from tots to granddads! This month was […] 0

    Review: David Gibb- Beanbag Club

    The first Beanbag Club of the year took place at the weekend. The monthly event was, as ever, a massive hit with everyone from tots to granddads! This month was […]

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  •   The iconic, world-famous Teletubbies, who this year celebrate their 20th anniversary, are to star in their first-ever live theatre show, “Big Hugs,” created especially for the youngest audience.  A major tour […] 0

    Theatre: TELETUBBIES LIVE comes to Theatre Royal Nottm 2-3 March

      The iconic, world-famous Teletubbies, who this year celebrate their 20th anniversary, are to star in their first-ever live theatre show, “Big Hugs,” created especially for the youngest audience.  A major tour […]

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  •   Nottingham Lakeside Arts welcomes the Year of the Dog, which officially begins on Friday 16 February, with a celebration of Chinese traditional and contemporary culture in which people of […] 0

    Welcome the Year of the Dog with Chinese New Year celebrations at Lakeside Arts

      Nottingham Lakeside Arts welcomes the Year of the Dog, which officially begins on Friday 16 February, with a celebration of Chinese traditional and contemporary culture in which people of […]

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  • This week sees another Julia Donaldson (&Lydia Monks) adaptation at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal, the beautiful portrayal of What the Ladybird Heard. This family show is recommended for 3+ but there […] 0

    Theatre Review: What the Ladybird Heard

    This week sees another Julia Donaldson (&Lydia Monks) adaptation at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal, the beautiful portrayal of What the Ladybird Heard. This family show is recommended for 3+ but there […]

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  • Julia Donaldson’s What the Ladybird Heard Live comes to the Theatre Royal Nottingham for 4 days only from Thursday 18th January to Sunday 21st January, as part of a major […] 0

    Theatre Preview: What The Ladybird Saw

    Julia Donaldson’s What the Ladybird Heard Live comes to the Theatre Royal Nottingham for 4 days only from Thursday 18th January to Sunday 21st January, as part of a major […]

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  • This years seasonal offering from the Nottingham Playhouse is Cinderella by Kenneth Alan Taylor. It kicked off last weekend and runs until 20th January. The atmosphere before the show started […] 0

    Theatre Review: Cinderella

    This years seasonal offering from the Nottingham Playhouse is Cinderella by Kenneth Alan Taylor. It kicked off last weekend and runs until 20th January. The atmosphere before the show started […]

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  • Friday saw the start of a month of seasonal shows at the Theatre Royal with the show Dear Santa. The place was packed with primary school children (and younger), who […] 0

    Review: Dear Santa

    Friday saw the start of a month of seasonal shows at the Theatre Royal with the show Dear Santa. The place was packed with primary school children (and younger), who […]

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  • Awful auntie, and she is well and truly awful, disgusting and from where I was sat, looked to be made of pure EVIL, is a family fun fest of laughs, […] 0

    Review: Awful Auntie

    Awful auntie, and she is well and truly awful, disgusting and from where I was sat, looked to be made of pure EVIL, is a family fun fest of laughs, […]

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