What’s On in January 2024 at the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

Dick Whittington

Running until Sunday 14 January

Theatre Royal Nottingham

Performance dates and times here

Packed with all the traditional pantomime ingredients Nottingham audiences know to expect, don’t miss the action-packed pantomime that promises to be full of laugh-out-loud comedy, stunning scenery, beautiful costumes and plenty of boos and hisses, starring TV favourite and panto legend Shane Richie, and TV Doctor and children’s BAFTA winner Dr Ranj

Age Guidance 3+

£19.50 to £44 plus discounts for Members*, Under 26s, Families, Schools, and Groups

The Glenn Miller Orchestra

Wednesday 3 January 5pm

Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

Ray McVay brings the world-famous Glenn Miller Orchestra back to Nottingham with the fabulous harmonies of the Moonlight Serenaders and the sublime vocals of Catherine Sykes and Mark Porter. Also featuring The Uptown Hall Gang – an outstanding Dixieland group drawn from members of the orchestra

£29.50 to £34.50 discounts available for NHS Workers and Under 26s

The National Youth Orchestra (NYO) – Ascent

Friday 5 January 7pm

Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

Hear a new generation get behind the greatest orchestral music of all time – experience an exhilarating adventure in sound with The National Youth Orchestra (NYO).

Witness hundreds of young musicians evoke the wildest of storms and ascend to awesome mountain heights with music by Dani Howard, Smetana and Strauss

£11.50 to £30.50, Under 19s go free

Jesus Christ Superstar

Monday 8–Saturday 13 January

Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

A mesmerizing new production of the iconic global phenomenon. With music and lyrics by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR is set against the backdrop of an extraordinary series of events during the final weeks in the life of Jesus Christ, as seen through the eyes of Judas.

£24.50 to £54.50
Discounts available for Members, Under 26s and Groups

Johnny Cash Roadshow – Sin & Redemption Tour

Wednesday 17 January 7.30pm

Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

With standing ovations every night, Johnny Cash Roadshow is the longest running, most recognised and still the biggest and best celebration of Johnny Cash in the world today guaranteed to leave you wanting more.
£27.50 to £34.50

The Hallé 90s Big Night Out

Friday 19 January 7.30pm

Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

This epic concert celebrates the best of the 90s in its pomp, empowering its anthemic hits with the awesome sound of the world-famous Hallé Orchestra, who’ll be joined by acclaimed West End singers Annie Skates, Emma Kershaw, Lance Ellington and Steve Trowell
£10 to £39.50

Hello Again – The Neil Diamond Songbook

Saturday 20 January 7.30pm

Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

Join us for the world’s greatest celebration of the life and work of one of the best-selling singer-songwriters of all-time, Neil Diamond. Using evocative imagery, video and narration to enhance the magic, this acclaimed production will take you on a musical journey through Neil Diamond’s glittering 50-year career


Sunday Piano Series: Alexander Ullman

Sunday 21 January 11am

Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

Praised for his elegant touch, subtle interpretations and technical mastery, British pianist Alexander Ullman has impressed audiences and critics worldwide since winning the Franz Liszt competition in 2011

Come and Sing with John Rutter

Sunday 21 January

Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

If you love singing and can read a bit of music, this inspiring workshop is for you. Led for a fourth great year by the celebrated composer and conductor John Rutter and accompanist Neil Taylor, Come and Sing is an afternoon of choral singing to lift the spirits.

£14 for supporters, £26 for singers

Agatha Christie’s – And Then There Were None

Tuesday 23–Saturday 27 January

Theatre Royal Nottingham

Ten strangers are lured to a solitary mansion off the coast of Devon. When a storm cuts them off from the mainland, the true reason for their presence on the island becomes horribly clear. Don’t miss this brand-new production of the bestselling crime novel of all time, guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat…

£15.50 to £40.50 Discounts available for Members, Under 26s and Groups

Varna International Ballet – Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty

Tuesday 23–Wednesday 24 January

Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

Founded in 1947, the critically acclaimed Varna International Ballet returns to the UK following a breath-taking debut tour. Renowned for its award-winning soloists and magnificent corps de ballet, the company has been delighting audiences for decades at home and abroad with its performances of the highest quality
£21 to £46.50 Family tickets available and discounts for Members, Under 26s and Groups

Live at Lunch – Solo piano from the Royal Northern College of Music

Friday 26 January 1pm
Theatre Royal Nottingham

Beginning the New Year of Live at Lunch performances, we welcome one of the incredibly talented young pianists from the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, Xin Li.

Free admission – no booking required

Nottingham Philharmonic Orchestra Family Prom: Glittering Gold

Saturday 27 January 6pm

Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

What better way to celebrate 50 golden years than with a fabulous family prom including themes from Raiders of the Lost Ark, Pirates of the Caribbean and The Lion King, as well as Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, the theme from Goldfinger, Gold and Silver Waltz and the Coronation March: Orb & Sceptre

£12.50 to £27.50

Barry Steele Presents – The Roy Orbison Story

Sunday 28 January 7pm

Theatre Royal Nottingham

Barry Steele and a fabulous cast of musicians and singers will take you on a musical journey from ‘The Black and White Night’right through to The Traveling Wilburys. 

£28.50 to £32.50

The Rat Pack

Sunday 28 January 7.30pm

Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

Starring David Alacey stars as Frank Sinatra, Paul Drakeley as Dean Martin, and Des Coleman as Sammy Davis Jnr, alongside special guest star James “Arg” Argent 

£27.50 to £30

Noises Off

Tuesday 30 January–Saturday 3 February

Theatre Royal Nottingham

Michael Frayn’s celebrated play serves up a riotous double bill, a play within a play. Hurtling along at breakneck speed, Noises Off follows the on and offstage antics of a touring theatre company as they stumble their way through the fictional farce, ‘Nothing On’. A stellar cast is led by Liza Goddard, Paul Bradley and Simon Shepherd.
Age Guidance 12+
£19.50 to £45.50 Discounts available for Members, Under 26s and Groups


Box Office: 0115 989 5555

*Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall Nottingham Membership scheme offers benefits including ticket discounts and exclusive pre-sales.  For more information, please visit www.trch.co.uk/membership

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