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The Lace Market Theatre: Halifax Place • Nottingham • NG1 1QN www.lacemarkettheatre.co.uk / 0115 950 7201 Box Office Times: Mon-Fri from 19:30 to 22:00 • Sat from 12:30 to 14:00 Patrons: Prunella Scales • Timothy West • Matthew Macfadyen • Keeley Hawes


CONTENTS A Warm Welcome to the 2017/18 Season....................................................3 Hannah and Hanna........................................................................................4 The Jewish Wife................................................................................................4 The History Boys................................................................................................5 The Thrill of Love...............................................................................................5 The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd.........................................................................6 An Ideal Husband............................................................................................6 The Haunting....................................................................................................7 4.48 Psychosis...................................................................................................7 Flare Path..........................................................................................................8 Beasts and Beauties.........................................................................................8 Membership......................................................................................................9 Season at a Glance......................................................................................10 Ticket Prices....................................................................................................12 How to Book...................................................................................................12 Group Bookings..............................................................................................12 Charity Nights.................................................................................................12 Le Malade Imaginaire...................................................................................13 Auf Und Davon...............................................................................................13 Otherwise Engaged.......................................................................................14 The Bourgeois Gentleman............................................................................14 Blue Stockings.................................................................................................15 Rough Crossing..............................................................................................15 She Stoops to Conquer.................................................................................16 Merchandise..................................................................................................16 Exhibition Space.............................................................................................16 Lace Market Youth Theatre..........................................................................17 Costume Hire..................................................................................................18 Hire the Theatre..............................................................................................18 Useful Information..........................................................................................19

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A WARM WELCOME TO THE 2017/18 SEASON It has been an enormous pleasure and challenge to finally arrive at an eclectic selection of fifteen plays. I believe that there is something for everyone, both patrons and members alike. My Programme Advisory Group has endeavoured to cover different time periods, nationality of playwright and, of course, comedy and tragedy in all of its guises. I am so grateful to have had such wonderful support and my thanks to all of them for staying with me as we move forward to become the Artistic Team for 2017/18. Additional support is provided by our wonderful team of volunteers who all work exceptionally hard so ensure that these productions can go on. These are our unsung heroes and we all should appreciate them more so my heartfelt thanks to each and every one of them. Every year on Light Night and our popular open evenings we are regularly told "we didn’t know you were here" often by people who have lived locally for years. So please do not assume that family, friends and work colleagues know of our existence. Our patrons are our greatest asset, so do feel free to spread the word and copies of this season brochure far and wide! Finally, challenge yourselves and come and see a play that is not a natural choice for you. I have been involved with this unique theatre for eight years now and it is amazing how I could not have predicted my favourite production of the season at the outset. I look forward to welcoming you. - Beverley Anthony, Artistic Director

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19 - 23 September 2017

HANNAH AND HANNA

THE JEWISH WIFE

by John Retallack

Bertolt Brecht; translation by John Willett

Hannah is a teenager. She loves her family, her boyfriend Bullfrog, and getting lost in the world of karaoke. If only she did not hate Margate - especially the influx of Kosovo War refugees that have flooded her hometown. Hanna is a Kosovan refugee. She loves Margate. She also loves music and dancing. If only the inhabitants of her new town were more welcoming.

An extract from Fear and Misery of the Third Reich. It is 1935 in Frankfurt. A Jewish wife agonises about how to tell her German husband she is leaving him, to save his career at a clinic. How will he react? This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd.

Winning the Herald Angel at the 2001 Edinburgh Festival, this is a powerful play about prejudices and shared moments. Contains moderate language. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd.

Director: Wayne Parkin

Director: Lorna McCullough

Venue: Studio Audition: Tue, 6 June 2017 @ 19:30

Audition: Thu, 8 June 2017 @ 19:30

Evening Performances: Tue, 19 - Sat, 23 September 2017 @ 19:30 MatinĂŠe Performance: Sat, 23 September 2017 @ 14:30

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9 - 14 October 2017

24 - 28 October 2017

THE HISTORY BOYS

THE THRILL OF LOVE

by Alan Bennett

by Amanda Whittington

Winner of 30 major awards including Olivier and Tony awards for 'Best New Play'. Enter the classroom, take a seat, and join 'The History Boys' as they study for their places at Oxford and Cambridge. A laugh out loud, thought-provoking play that explores rebellion, the twists and turns of adolescence and where education ends and life begins. Contains strong language, mild sexual references and smoking. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd.

The true story of the life and times of one of the iconic figures of 1950s Britain. A woman reputed to be ‘the best lay in London’ in a world of platinum blondes, high heels and ‘camera clubs’. A villain certainly, but also a victim of the medieval savagery of the law. Was her decision not to defend herself in court foolhardy, or heroic, or both? You decide. Contains flashing lights, gun shots and mild sexual references. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Nick Hern Books.

Director: Immi Lea

Director: John Anthony

Venue: Auditorium

Venue: Studio

Audition: Tue, 13 June 2017 @ 19:30

Audition: Tue, 4 July @ 19:30

Evening Performances: Mon, 9 - Sat, 14 October 2017 @ 19:30

Evening Performances: Tue, 24 - Sat, 28 October 2017 @ 19:30

Matinée Performance: Sat, 14 October 2017 @ 14:30

Matinée Performance: Sat, 28 October 2017 @ 14:30

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13 - 18 November 2017

9 - 16 December 2017

THE WIDOWING OF MRS HOLROYD

AN IDEAL HUSBAND by Oscar Wilde

by D H Lawrence

Mrs Holroyd dreams of a better life for herself and her two children than a tiny cottage in a Nottinghamshire mining village and marriage to a drunken, brutal husband. Perhaps a young mine electrician will provide the means of escape ... until tragic reality intervenes. Lawrence's 1910 play is a gritty reminder and exploration of what life was like for many in the area a hundred years ago. Contains mild sexual references and violence.

One of the most frequently and successfully revived plays of the Nineteenth Century. Dealing with highclass intrigue, political corruption, blackmail and scandal the play has puzzled, entertained and challenged audiences since its premiere. The current intrusions of the press into the private world of the rich and famous, and an apparently ceaseless flow of political malfeasance, means the play is as fresh today as it was in 1895.

Director: David Dunford

Director: Max Bromley

Venue: Auditorium

Venue: Auditorium

Audition: Tue, 18 July @ 19:30

Audition: Tue, 26 September 2017 @ 19:30

Evening Performances: Mon, 13 - Sat, 18 November 2017 @ 19:30

Evening Performances: Sat, 9 & Tue, 12 - Sat, 16 Dec 2017 @ 19:30

MatinĂŠe Performance: Sat, 18 November 2017 @ 14:30

MatinĂŠe Performances: Sat, 9 & Sun, 10 & Sat, 16 Dec 2017 @ 14:30

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15 - 20 January 2018

30 January - 3 February 2018

THE HAUNTING

4.48 PSYCHOSIS

by Hugh Janes & Charles Dickens

by Sarah Kane

A terrifying tale based on a collection of short ghost stories by Charles Dickens. A young book dealer is sent to a secluded, crumbling old mansion to catalogue a collection of rare and antique books. Whilst there a sinister secret is unearthed. A secret buried for many years. A secret dying to be found. A secret that will change your life forever. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Nick Hern Books.

Sarah Kane's last work is unlike any other play in the English language: a tumultuous journey through a fractured mind and an exploration of the darkest parts of the human condition. It's also a beautiful, poetic and often heartbreaking piece of writing, laced with Kane's trademark black humour, as she explores one person's struggle with mental illness and the healthcare system. This is challenging, intense, absorbing theatre that will stay with you long after you leave the building. Contains strong language.

Directors: Adam Goodchild & Ali Patrick

Director: Chris Sims

Venue: Auditorium

Venue: Studio

Audition: Thu, 28 September 2017 @ 19:30

Audition: Tue, 31 October 2017 @ 19:30

Evening Performances: Mon, 15 - Sat, 20 January 2018 @ 19:30

Evening Performances: Tue, 30 January - Sat, 3 Feb 2018 @ 19:30

MatinĂŠe Performance: Sat, 20 January 2018 @ 14:30

MatinĂŠe Performance: Sat, 3 February 2018 @ 14:30

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19 - 24 February 2018

21 - 24 March 2018

FLARE PATH

BEASTS AND BEAUTIES

by Terrence Rattigan

adapted by Carol Ann Duffy and dramatised by Melly Still & Tim Supple

A story of love and loyalty, courage and fear. Based on Rattigan’s own experiences as a tail gunner in the Second World War, it is told with great wit. Set in a Lincolnshire hotel near an RAF Bomber Command airbase, the play interweaves the stories of three couples against the backdrop of wartime uncertainty.

Are you sitting comfortably? Then we shall begin. Let our Youth Theatre take you on a magical journey deep into the world of tales as old as time. Not so much fairytales, more like nightmares as we bring to life the folktales which are the basis of the stories we know today. Wander with us through the woods as we meet Little Red Cap, Beauty, talking Hedgehogs and many more familiar faces along the way.

The title of the play refers to the lamps outlining runways, necessary for aircraft to take off or land after dark. Contains smoking. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd.

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Knight Hall Agency Ltd.

Director: Colin Treliving

Director: Sarah Ogando

Venue: Auditorium

Venue: Auditorium

Audition: Tue, 21 November 2017 @ 19:30

Youth Theatre Audition: Sat, 9 September 2017 @ 10:30

Evening Performances: Mon, 19 - Sat, 24 February 2018 @ 19:30

Evening Performances: Wed, 21 - Sat, 24 March 2018 @ 19:30

Matinée Performance: Sat, 24 February 2018 @ 14:30

Matinée Performance: Sat, 24 March 2018 @ 14:30

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MEMBERSHIP We welcome new members! Why not get involved in one of our productions this season and try your hand at one (or more!) of the many roles available. You’ll be given as much guidance and support as you need, gain valuable experience, and have fun! You could: Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ

Perform in productions Direct or assist a director Design, build and paint sets Source and make props Work on lighting and sound Stage manage or assist backstage Make and fit costumes

members’ website and members' Facebook page.

To ensure the smooth running of the theatre our members are needed to run all of its aspects, such as the bar and box office, not just the creative elements that go towards our productions. It is expected for all members to volunteer for one or more of these non-creative aspects.

If you would like to become a member collect an application form from the theatre, then return your completed form with payment to the theatre in person or by post. The annual subscription rates for 2017/18 are: Individual..........................................£45 Joint (for both members)...............£80 Concessionary.................................£35 Youth Theatre..................................£50

Technical Team for Scenes From an Execution, 2015

The theatre is run by enthusiastic and committed volunteers, and there are many ways to become involved other than working on an individual production. You might like to assist in the more public side of our work; Front of House, Box Office, Bar or Programme Sales. Training will be provided so you will feel confident to carry out these duties. Lighting Design for Beautiful Thing, 2016

The theatre has a thriving social scene, with members’ social events happening throughout the season. As a member you’ll be kept fully up to date about forthcoming auditions, productions, social events and other opportunities via monthly emails, the

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For further information or any enquiries you can contact the Membership Secretary, Beverley Anthony, on membership@lacemarkettheatre.co.uk.

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SEASON AT A GLANCE These centre pages are designed to pull-out and keep! All evening performances commence at 19:30 and matinĂŠe performances at 14:30. Other events commence at 19:30 unless otherwise stated. Keep checking our website and social media for details of post-show events and more throughout the season. There are many other events exclusive to members not promoted here that you are eligible to attend by joining the Lace Market Theatre. Details of membership are available on page 9 and online; or why not pop into the theatre on one of our Open Evenings!

September 2017 4 5 9 19-23 26 28

Theatre Opens Open Evening Audition for Lace Market Youth Theatre @ 10:30 Hannah and Hanna / The Jewish Wife Audition for An Ideal Husband Audition for The Haunting

October 2017 5 9-14 24-28 31

Open Evening The History Boys The Thrill of Love Audition for 4.48 Psychosis

November 2017 9 Open Evening 13-18 The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd 21 Audition for Flare Path

December 2017 5 9-16 18

Audition for Otherwise Engaged An Ideal Husband Theatre Closed for the Festive Season

January 2018 8 9 15-20 23 30-3

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Theatre Opens Open Evening The Haunting Audition for The Bourgeois Gentleman 4.48 Psychosis

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February 2018 9 13 19-24 27

Light Night 2018 @ 18:30 Audition for Blue Stockings Flare Path Open Evening

March 2018 6 18 21-24 26-27 28-29 30

Audition for Rough Crossing Annual General Meeting @ 14:00 (Members Only) Beasts and Beauties (Lace Market Youth Theatre) La Malade Imaginaire (The Hypochondriac) (by Theater Die-Käuze) Auf Und Davon (Birds on the Wing) (by Jakobus-Theater) Theatre Closed for Easter

April 2018 3 10-14 17 30-5

Theatre Opens Otherwise Engaged Audition for She Stoops to Conquer The Bourgeois Gentleman

May 2018 15 28-2

Open Evening Blue Stockings

June 2018 25-30 Rough Crossing

July 2018 1 Lace Market Youth Theatre Showcase 23-28 She Stoops to Conquer 30 Theatre Closes for the Summer

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HOW TO BOOK

GROUP BOOKINGS

Online at www.lacemarkettheatre.co.uk with a credit or debit card.

Our intimate theatre with its ancient beamed bar makes an ideal venue for party bookings.

By telephone on 0115 950 7201 with a credit or debit card. A fee of £1 per transaction is applicable when booking online or by telephone.

There are discounts available (except Mondays) for parties of twelve or more. We are happy to take supper party bookings, larger group bookings or staff outings.

In person at the Lace Market Theatre Box Office with cash, a cheque, a credit or debit card. The Box Office is open Monday to Friday from 19:30 until 22:00 and Saturday 12:30 until 14:00 (except on bank holidays and throughout August). By post with a cheque made payable to The Lace Market Theatre. Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope and send to the Lace Market Theatre Box Office, Halifax Place, Nottingham, NG1 1QN.

CHARITY NIGHTS We can work together with your charity to help raise funds. You can buy our auditorium for a reduced ticket price, and then sell the tickets at a higher price to your supporters and friends. You can enjoy a night out at our theatre, with its licensed bar and coffee bar, see a play, and raise much needed funds at the same time. For further information, contact Doreen Sheard on 0115 939 2137 or email groupbookings@lacemarkettheatre.co.uk.

TICKET PRICES Auditorium Monday Evenings All other performances German Exchange Productions

Standard Concession Members £10 £11 FREE

£9 £10

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£10

£9

£8

Studio All performances

Members’ Season Ticket £70 Special offers: Family ticket for four people, to include one or two adults with children under fifteen, are available for Beasts and Beauties for just £30.

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26 - 27 March 2018

28 - 29 March 2018

LE MALADE IMAGINAIRE

AUF UND DAVON

(THE HYPOCHONDRIAC) by Molière

(BIRDS ON THE WING) by Peter Yeldam

Theater Die-Käuze presents Molière's action-packed comedy and one of his most famous plays. Molière's savage hatred of doctors and the way in which, in his eyes, they cynically exploit for gain Argan's fears for his health is apparent as the story of obsession, blighted love and marital problems unfolds. To quote the playwright "Given the prices of medicine, nobody can afford to be ill!"

Jakobus-Theater presents Josephine and Elizabeth as they travel the world and earn a living by cheating rich men out of their money. They are young, they are beautiful and they are fairly sly. By acting their favourite parts as the attractive countess with current money troubles and her loveable maid they have been able to soften everyone's heart up to now. But one day they meet Charlie, a handsome and tricky banker from NYC who is at least as sneaky as the two women and cannot be taken for a fool that easily.

Director: Marie Rose-Russi

Director: Jürgen von Bülow

Venue: Auditorium

Venue: Auditorium

Audition: n/a

Audition: n/a

Evening Performances: 26-27 March 2018 @ 19:30

Evening Performances: 28-29 March 2018 @ 19:30

Matinée Performances: 27 March 2018 @ 14:30

Matinée Performance: 29 March 2018 @ 14:30

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10 - 14 April 2018

30 April - 5 May 2018

OTHERWISE ENGAGED

THE BOURGEOIS GENTLEMAN

by Simon Gray

adaptation by Bernard Sahlins from Molière's Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme

With his wife away, Simon Hench, successful publisher and avid Wagnerite, is looking forward to a long, luxurious listen to his brand new record of Parsifal. But the sex problems of his unprepossessing lodger and his brother’s desire to share his anxiety over his prospects for an Assistant Headmastership turn out to be just the beginning of a string of interruptions which increasingly draw Simon himself into a vicious vortex of accusations and recriminations.

Wealthy Monsieur Jourdain has a dream to be an accepted part of fashionable society; in short to be regarded as a "gentleman". Even his family are to be sacrificed to this end. And there are those eager to help him achieve his dream - for a price. Moliere's comedy strips bare artistic pretensions, vanity, snobbery and hypocracy in society, but never loses sight of the fact that plays should entertain their audiences.

Contains brief nudity. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd.

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd.

Director: TBC

Director: Gill Scott

Venue: Studio

Venue: Auditorium

Audition: Tue, 5 December 2017 @ 19:30

Audition: Tue, 23 January 2018 @ 19:30

Evening Performances: Tue, 10 - Sat, 14 April 2018 @ 19:30

Evening Performances: Mon, 30 April - Sat, 5 May 2018 @ 19:30

Matinée Performance: Sat, 14 April 2018 @ 14:30

Matinée Performance: Sat, 5 May 2018 @ 14:30

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28 May - 2 June 2018

25 - 30 June 2018

BLUE STOCKINGS

ROUGH CROSSING

by Jessica Swale

by Tom Stoppard; from an original play by Ferenc Molnar

"There are some women who choose to overlook their natural maternal instincts in favour of academia, but the fact of the matter is that women cannot dispense with the physical limitations of their sex." In 1896 this was the accepted view. Girton College, Cambridge, was the first to accept women. Although they match their male peers grade for grade, they cannot graduate. This is the story of four girls and their brave tutors in their fight to change the future of education.

All is not well aboard the SS Italian Castle for renowned Hungarian playwrights Sandor Turai and Alex Gal. They have only the crossing from Cherbourg to New York to perfect their latest musical. A task made harder when their married leading man is caught in flagrante with their leading lady, and her fiance, the composer threatens to jump ship... Set in the 1930s, this hilarious play is screwball comedy meets Tom Stoppard's typical sophisticated wit. Bon voyage!!

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Nick Hern Books.

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd.

Director: Roger Watson

Director: Clare Choubey

Venue: Auditorium

Venue: Auditorium

Audition: Tue, 13 February 2018 @ 19:30

Audition: Tue, 6 March 2018 @ 19:30

Evening Performances: Mon, 28 May - Sat, 2 June 2018 @ 19:30

Evening Performances: Mon, 25 - Sat, 30 June 2018 @ 19:30

MatinĂŠe Performance: Sat, 2 June 2018 @ 14:30

MatinĂŠe Performances: Sat, 30 June 2018 @ 14:30

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23 - 28 July 2018

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER by Oliver Goldsmith

MERCHANDISE The Lace Market Theatre now offers a number of items emblazoned with the theatre's logo as gifts and souvenirs of your visit. Available items currently include tote bags, fridge magnets, keyrings and pens with other lines in the pipeline. Please visit the box office desk to view and purchase these items.

A classic comedy which has been wowing audiences for over 200 years, with larger than life characters and big laughs. A rich country squire tries to arrange for his beautiful daughter Kate to marry the son of an aristocrat. Unfortunately, the young man gets all flustered with well brought up ladies and is only comfortable with lower class women. Determined to catch him, Kate pretends to be a servant girl – and so the story unfolds… A brilliant, light-hearted end to the season. Director: Marcus Wakely Venue: Auditorium Audition: Tue, 17 April 2018 @ 19:30

EXHIBITION SPACE

Evening Performances: Mon, 23 - Sat, 28 July 2018 @ 19:30

We invite local artists to display their work in our small gallery during the run of an auditorium production. Paintings, sculptures and photographs are welcome.

Matinée Performance: Sat, 28 July 2018 @ 14:30

For further information, contact Doreen Hunt via our website.

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LACE MARKET YOUTH THEATRE Our Youth Theatre offers anyone aged 11-18 years the opportunity to experience all aspects of theatre in a happy and enthusiastic environment. The Youth Theatre meets every Saturday morning 10:30 to 12:30, during school terms for drama workshops and rehearsals. In March 2018 the Youth Theatre presents five performances of Beasts and Beauties. Please note that from January there will also be early evening weekday rehearsals scheduled leading up to the production. After this production Youth Theatre members will work on pieces for the NANDA Youth Festival – usually held in May. The Youth Theatre comes to a close at the Lace Market Youth Theatre Showcase on Sunday, 1 July 2018. Membership costs just £50 and is fully inclusive. No other fees are expected – 'stage fees', scripts, costumes, etc. The audition to join the Lace Market Youth Theatre will be held on Saturday, 9 September 2017 at 10:30. For further information, contact Sarah Oganda on 07786 982828 or email youththeatre@lacemarkettheatre.co.uk.

Carpe Jugulum, 2017 (Winner of the NANDA Award for Best Costumes)

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COSTUME HIRE The Lace Market Theatre won the NANDA award for Best Costumes for their work on Julius Caesar led by Doreen Hunt and Max Bromley in 2016 and again for Carpe Jugulum in 2017! We are proud of the quality of the fabulous costumes in our huge theatre wardrobe. And they are all available for hire - adding that extra touch of authenticity to your production or your themed celebration. As well as historical costumes and a great selection of uniforms, we have a wonderful range of vintage twentieth century evening and day wear. We supply to theatres, schools, colleges, promotions, weddings and private parties. Our prices are from ÂŁ35 for a full costume. Our experience means we can advise on appropriate period detail and how to achieve that stunning theatrical effect. We can despatch to you or you can collect.

You can visit our Costume Hire Department at Unit 1, 15-17 Stoney Street, Nottingham, NG1 1LP (see map landmark 2) on Wednesdays from 10:00 to 14:00 (alternative times by arrangement). For further information, contact our Costume Hire Department on 0115 948 1057 or email costume@lacemarkettheatre.co.uk.

HIRE THE THEATRE We are happy to hire out our theatre for private functions, small conferences and for private parties at certain times. We have an intimate and atmospheric theatre whose decorations, small auditorium, licensed bar and coffee bar only enhance its charm as a venue, not only for private occasions but for visiting theatrical events. We can accommodate daytime hire. For further information, contact the theatre on 0115 950 7201 or via our website.

A Woman of No Importance, 2016

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USEFUL INFORMATION Car Park Offer - Nottingham City Council is offering patrons of the Lace Market Theatre a special rate at the Lace Market Car Park (see map landmark 3), £3 for 4 hours. You can validate your parking ticket at the main Box Office desk opposite the bar. Terms and conditions apply, please see our website for details. Discount Food Offer #1 - Edin is offering patrons of the Lace Market Theatre a special pre-show discount on the production of a ticket, or confirmation of ticket purchase, for the day. Any sandwich with a small glass of wine for £7, available at Edin's Kitchen (see map landmark 5); or a piece of cake and a large hot drink for £5, available at Edin's Deli Café (see map landmark 4) and Edin's Kitchen (see map landmark 5). Discount Food Offer #2 - Tapastry on Heathcoat Street (see map landmark 6) is offering patrons of the Lace Market Theatre a 10% discount on pre-show meals on the production of a ticket, or confirmation of ticket purchase, when ordering. See the menu online at www.thetapastry.co.uk. Discount Food Offer #3 - The Pitcher & Piano (see map landmark 7) is offering patrons of the Lace Market Theatre a 20% discount on pre-show meals (and post-show in the case of matinées) on the production of a ticket, or confirmation e-mail of ticket purchase, for the day. Terms and conditions apply, please see our website for details. Auditions - Auditions are held for all our plays, details of which are available on our website or our Facebook page. Anyone may audition, but membership must be obtained in order to participate in a production. See page 9 for other benefits of membership. Accessibility - We can accommodate assistance dogs and have a loop hearing system in both performance spaces. Unfortunately we cannot currently accommodate wheelchairs anywhere in the theatre but are actively exploring ways of achieving this for the benefit of our audience members. Please contact Box Office in advance with any special requirements. Original artwork by Lucy Wakefield; cover photograph by Barrie White-Miller.

Printed by Russell Press Ltd

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