Thrills galore over the summer at Theatre Royal and Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Nottingham’s Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall have lined up a series of thrilling dramas over the summer months to keep you enthralled and entertained.
On June 15 from 7pm, the Royal Concert Hall plays host to the cult event Solve-Along-A-Murder-She-Wrote, featuring an interactive screening of the classic Murder, She Wrote episode Birds of a Feather.
Jessica Fletcher heads to San Francisco but soon gets caught up in a murder mystery only she (or you) can solve.
Hosted by super-fan Tim Benzie, this is a unique and hilarious show featuring games, prizes and audience participation, with special permission from NBC Universal Television.
See the show Time Out rated one of 2019’s 50 Great Nights Out in London that has played to sell-out audiences across the UK and Australia.
This event will be socially distanced with measures in place to ensure audiences, staff and visiting artists can return safely.
For more details on what a socially distanced visit will look like, visit trch.co.uk/covid-19-measures.
Fans will be counting down the days until the return of the much-loved Colin McIntyre Classic Thriller Season, this year running at the Theatre Royal from June 22 to July 15.
The season brings its own unique blend of gripping plots, unforgettable characters, dark humour and breathless action.
The month-long season will feature four edge-of-your-seat dramas; play within a play All About Murder (June 22 to 26), hilarious comedy thriller Anybody for Murder (June 29 to July 3), darkly funny yet hard-hitting modern thriller Kiss of Death (July 6 to 9) and the murderously surprising tale The Final Twist (July 12 to 15).
This year, The Colin McIntyre Classic Thriller Season will be socially distanced with measures in place to ensure audiences, staff and visiting artists can enjoy the experience safely.
Finally, from July 26 to 31, there’s a chance to see the world premiere stage production of Looking Good Dead, at the Theatre Royal.
The thrilling Roy Grace series from the best-selling author Peter James returns to Nottingham with Looking Good Dead, starring award-winning actor and EastEnders icon, Adam Woodyatt.
Hours after picking up a USB memory stick left behind by a passenger on a train, Tom Bryce inadvertently becomes a witness to a vicious murder.
Reporting the crime to the police has disastrous consequences, placing him and his family in grave danger. When Detective Superintendent Roy Grace becomes involved, he has his own demons to contend with.