Back to school at city venue
The Royal Company will present The School For Scandal at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal from September 8-12.
The play by Richard Brinsley Sheridan holds a special place ion the history of this particular theatre.
On Friday, September 25, the Theatre Royal will celebrate its 150th anniversary.
To commemorate this special occasion, a revival of Sheridan’s The School for Scandal will be performed.
It was the first play to ever be seen at the Theatre Royal, back in 1865.
Performed by The Royal Company, the theatre’s community ensemble, this is promenade performance using the Theatre Royal’s stage, foyers, staircases and portico.
The School For Scandal is a classic comedy of gossip, intrigue and amorous goings-on.
The School for Scandal was first performed in London at Drury Lane Theatre on May 8 1777.
The play is a comedy of manners, satirizing the social values, virtues and vices of its time.
Tickets to see The School For Scandal at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal are £13.50.
You can call the box office on 0115 9895555.