Since its opening in 1948, Nottingham Playhouse has been putting on theatre, music, comedy and dance. It has gained a strong reputation for keeping customers entertained, with its yearly Pantomime that brings in crowds of all ages, and a wide range of productions all year round. It is one of the many landmarks that gives Nottingham its status as an innovative and exciting city to both live and work in. This is clear from the Sky Mirror, the reflective sculpture by Anish Kapoor that invites people in. If you’re looking to be wowed, then Nottingham Playhouse will definitely manage it.
Not only does Nottingham Playhouse provide entertainment for all the family, it is also very easy to get to. There are bus tickets as well as a Tram ticket which can all be purchased from their Box Office or online. The offer great savings to theatre-goers meaning you don’t really have an excuse not to go!
There are restaurants near to Nottingham Playhouse that can be enjoyed before or after the theatre production, and as it is fairly central to the city centre there will be plenty of places to choose from.
The restaurant nearest to Nottingham Playhouse is Cast which is very conveniently part of the theatre itself. It serves British and European dishes, and offers a pre-theatre menu which is perfect for those wanting to have a meal before a show and rounds the occasion off nicely.
Memsaab, which serves Indian food and has an excellent reputation for its fine dining, is another of the restaurants nearby Nottingham Playhouse, as it is just round the corner on Maid Marion Way. There is also Laguna, another Indian restaurant which isn’t far, and for your convenience we have put together a list of the nearest restaurants to Nottingham Playhouse within a fifteen mile radius. After all, you’re sure to want a great meal after watching a great show!