Derby Theatre

Derby Theatre
15 Theatre Walk, Eagle Centre, Derby, DE1 2NF
  • Telephone 01332 593939
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  • Website www.derbytheatre.co.uk
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Once Derby Playhouse, now Derby Theatre, the venue is dedicated to bringing exciting and creative new work to the fore. Over the years, the Directors have striven take risks with their productions, as well as providing under- and postgraduate courses, thanks to a partnership with the University of Derby.

Slap in the heart of the own, Derby Theatre is opposite the Eagle Market and is accessible throught the intu Derby shopping centre. Parking can be found in the shopping centre as well, and you can book car parking at the same time as booking show tickets. The train station is just ten minutes away and the bus station, where most buses stop, is five minutes from the venue.

Events at this venue

There are 22 events at this location

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The All Star Stand Up Tour

Featuring Jarred Christmas, Gary Delaney, Sean Hughes and Pete Firman.

Sun 14 May

£20.50 / 01332 593939

COAL

Marking the 30th anniversary of the end of the British miners’ strike, COAL takes a nostalgic look at the hard hitting realities of life at the coal face. The show is performed by seven dancers, a local community cast playing miners wives and a live colliery brass band.

Tue 9 May

£16 (£14) / 01332 593939

Wed 10 May

£16 (£14) / 01332 593939

Count Arthur Strong: The Sound of Mucus

Steve Delaney's deluded thespian creation returns with a new show.

Sun 11 Jun

Cyrano

Deborah McAndrew's lively adaptation features performance company Northern Broadsides in this swashbuckling tale of unrequited love, set in the golden age of musketeers.

Tue 16 May

£15.50–£26.50 / 01332 593939

Wed 17 May

£15.50–£26.50 / 01332 593939

Thu 18 May

£15.50–£26.50 / 01332 593939

…and 2 more dates until 20 May

Dinosaur World

Interactive family show where you can meet a host of impressive creatures, including every child’s favourite flesh-eating giant, the Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Sat 13 May

£15.50 (£13.50) / 01332 593939

Sun 14 May

£15.50 (£13.50) / 01332 593939

Graeme Of Thrones

A fan of the book and TV programme Game Of Thrones, attempts to re-create the show on a non-existent budget in this parodic production.

Sun 18 Jun

£18.50 / 01332 593939

Kvetch

Steven Berkoff's much-needed insight into the psyche through five internal monologues set amongst everyday scenarios awash with striking imagery and dialogue.

Fri 12 May

£10 (£7) / 01332 593939

Sat 13 May

£10 (£7) / 01332 593939

Marat Sade: University Of Derby Theatre Arts And Technical Theatre Students

In this powerful and savage play the inmates of the French asylum of Charenton, under the direction of the Marquis De Sade, perform The Persecution And Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat. Meanwhile the asylum owner invites sponsors to witness his patriotic version of the play, but De Sade and the inmates have a different…

National Theatre Connections 2017: Musical Differences & Yolo

Robin French's Musical Differences and Matthew Bulgo's Yolo performed by Secondary School students as part of the National Theatre's Connections Festival.

National Theatre Connections 2017: The Monstrum / Musical Differences

The Monstrum by Kellie Smith and Robin French's Musical Differences performed by Secondary School students as part of the National Theatre's Connections Festival.

National Theatre Connections: The School Film & FOMO

As part of the National Theatre's Connections Festival, students perform The School Film by Patrick Marber and FOMO by Suhayla El-Bushra.

National Theatre Connections: Yolo & extremism

As part of the National Theatre's Connections Festival, students perform plays by Matthew Bulgo and Anders Lustgarten.

NT Connections: Zero For The Young Dudes & FOMO

Young people perform plays written for them by some of theatres most exciting playwrights.

NT Connections: Zero For The Young Dudes & The Monstrum

Young people perform plays written for them by some of theatres most exciting playwrights.

Pronoun

Evan Placey's transgender story about love, acceptance, tolerance and James Dean.

Fri 5 May

£10.50 (£8.50) / 01332 593939

Sat 6 May

£10.50 (£8.50) / 01332 593939

Race Horse Company: Super Sunday

Euphoric circus performance from the Finnish troupe, featuring six performers who do death-defying stunts, jaw-dropping tricks and daredevil acrobatics.

Fri 26 May

£14 (£12) / 01332 593939

Sat 27 May

£14 (£12) / 01332 593939

Ruby Wax: Frazzled

Ruby Wax discusses her new book, Frazzled, which is a guide to mindfulness.

Sun 7 May

£21 / 01332 593939

Sleeping Trees: Sci-Fi?

  • 4 stars

A blockbuster hour of cleverly scripted fast laughs and energetic comedy as the threesome follow Mafia? and Western? with Sci-Fi?

Fri 2 Jun

£8–£10 / 01332 593939

Something Terrible Might Happen

Join Uncanny Theatre for an off kilter look at fear, how scared we are, some reasons why, and what might happen next.

Fri 26 May

£10 (£8) / 01332 593939

Waves

A play by Alice Mary Cooper about the Australian swimmer and inventor of the butterfly stroke, Elizabeth Moncello.

Sat 6 May

£10 (£8) / 01332 593939

William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play

A comedy show celebrating the Bard.

Wed 24 May

£18.50 (£16.50) / 01332 593939

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