Nuffield Theatre

Nuffield Theatre
Nuffield Theatre
University Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO17 1TR
  • Telephone 02380 315500
  • Opening times Mon–Fri 10am–6pm; closed Sat & Sun.
  • Email
  • Website www.nuffieldtheatre.co.uk
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Awarded Regional Theatre of the Year 2015 at The Stage Awards the theatre is home to Southampton’s leading professional theatre company, Nuffield. The company produces new work for local and national audiences and collaborates with other theatre companies. In addition to theatre the programme include stand-up comedy and children's shows.

Pay and display parking is available before 5pm, however spaces are very limited particularly during University term-time. After 5pm and at weekends all university car parks are free.

  • Provides: Free wi-fi

Events at this venue

There are 5 events at this location

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The Comedy Bar: Big Gig (June 2018)

Carl Donnelly is the MC on the night, introducing routines by Tez Ilyas, Vikki Stone and James Acaster.

Sat 30 Jun

£17 (£15) / 02380 315500

  • 20:00

#Love

Nuffield drama group students rework Shakespeare's A Midsummer Nights Dream and Romeo and Juliet into a two act play.

Fri 29 Jun

£6 / 02380 315500

  • 19:30

Oh What A Lovely War

Southampton Operatic Society members perform their version of the anti-war musical, adapted from the film of the same name and set in World War 1. Directed by Lisa Gilmour.

Wed 20 Jun

£10–£17 / 02380 315500

  • 19:30

Thu 21 Jun

£10–£17 / 02380 315500

  • 19:30

Fri 22 Jun

£10–£17 / 02380 315500

  • 19:30

Sat 23 Jun

£10–£17 / 02380 315500

  • 19:30

Sara Pascoe: Animal

Intelligent observations and quirky storytelling from the actress and stand-up.

Sun 14 Oct

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 02380 315500

SS Mendi: Dancing The Death Drill

SS Mendi: Dancing the Death Drill, performed by Isango Ensemble and commissioned by 14-18 NOW, tells the tragic story of the naval disaster which ocured off the coast of the Isle of Wight on 21 February 1917, killing 646 men. The play focuses on passenger Pitso Motaung, who sailed aboard the Mendi but lived to tell the tale

Fri 29 Jun

£10–£27 / 02380 315500

  • 19:00

Sat 30 Jun

£10–£27 / 02380 315500

  • 19:00

Sun 1 Jul

£10–£27 / 02380 315500

  • 19:00
…and 13 more dates until 14 Jul

Comments & ratings

1. Salma Palma15 Jun 2014, 12:06am Report

3.25 for a small bottle of water in the theatre bar!!

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