Book now and be among the first to see this new collection of work!

This brand new piece of digital theatre tells the tales of the city we love. We may think we know all about life in Nottingham under lockdown, but do we really? Still Life unearths untold stories from our communities and brings them to life as a series of digital dramas for you to enjoy on demand.

Created exclusively for Nottingham Playhouse and shot on location around our vibrant city, the pieces will be written by Olu AlakijaNathan EllisAmy Guyler and Emteaz Hussain plus a specially written sketch from Alan Bennett (The Madness of George IIIThe History Boys).

Keep your eyes peeled for more details and news soon.

How It Works

Once you have booked for Still Life, you will receive an email with your e-ticket attached. This e-ticket will contain a link to the page on our website where the recording will be accessed. You will need to be logged in to Nottingham Playhouse account.

Then, join us at 7.30pm on Friday 7 May for our Watch Party – you’ll be the first to experience this brand new piece of work alongside others who are tuning in. You will then have access to the recording for five days to watch as many times as you like, at whatever time suits you. Please make sure you watch the show before the end of your rental period on Wednesday 12 May 2021 to make sure you don’t miss out.

If you don’t receive your e-ticket straight away after purchasing, please check your spam/junk folders.

If you are using a smart TV, you should be able to access the show through your browser. You can find help and advice on this and more on our FAQs page.

Creatives

Writer Olu Alakija
Writer Alan Bennett
Writer Nathan Ellis
Writer Amy Guyler
Writer Emteaz Hussain
Directors Adam Penford & Matthew Xia
Composer Inês Sampaio Figueiredo

Access

Captioning will be available for our Still Life Watch Party.

Once you’ve rented the show, you can activate the captions on the recording by clicking on the icon labelled ‘CC’ in the video frame and then select ‘English (United Kingdom) CC’. To turn captions off, repeat this process but select ‘None’ instead.

There will also be a version of the recording with BSL interpretation and audio description.

Sponsored by

Nottingham Trent University