Streamed live from the Nottingham Playhouse stage for you to enjoy from the comfort of home.

Welcome to the Kingdom of Skadi. A place of adventure, a distant land where pirates, bounty hunters and thieves do battle in a world on the brink of destruction.

With the King’s daughter captured by an evil dragon, who will survive in this quest of epic proportions and formidable consequences?

Armed with just himself and a chair, Lewis Doherty (Nottingham Playhouse Creative Associate and creator of WOLF) presents BOAR – a one-man fantasy adventure tale. Prepare for arrows to roll and heads to fly in this action packed hour of swords, sorcery and swill!

How It Works

At the time of booking, you’ll be sent an email with an e-ticket attached.

The e-ticket will contain two links to our website. The first link will first take you to a login screen, as access to the livestream will be tied to your Nottingham Playhouse account. Please enter the email and password you used at the point of booking.

Once logged in, the second link will take you to the page where the livestream will be hosted. If you are testing the link in advance (which we recommend you do to avoid delays on the day), you’ll see a message letting you know you’re in the right place.

On the day of the show, simply repeat the above process. Once you reach the event page, you’ll see a Zoom screen has appeared on the page as the event will be ran via Zoom. You don’t need a Zoom login, but if you’d like to create a free account you can do this here.

If you don’t receive your e-ticket straight away after purchasing, please check your spam/junk folders. You can find help and advice about our digital performances on our FAQs page.


“what Nottingham’s Doherty does is’s a stunning piece of work.”
4 rating
The Scotsman
“BOAR is something unique, Doherty delivers a performance that is flawless and utterly compelling... It is quite simply breathtaking”
5 rating
Every Theatre
“It’s easy to forget you’re just watching one man... there seems to be nothing Doherty can’t do.”
5 rating
Three Weeks