• April
  • Music Lessons

    Tuesday Evenings plus other ad hoc slots available

    Variable depending on age and requirements

    Professional 1:1 music lessons now available at Create!

    Singing, piano, keyboard, guitar, bass guitar, woodwind, music theory and vocal coaching. 

    Audition preparation sessions also available.

    Available to those aged 13+

    All levels taught.

    Both regular and one off sessions available.

    Grades and exams offered

    Competitive rates.

    Contact info@createtheatre.co.uk for more details


  • Yoga Class

    Every Wednesday 6.30pm - 7.30pm

    £6.50 per person

    Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class run by instructor Helen Jones

    Contact Helen on 07799 052 407 or email ashtangamansfield@gmail.com for more details.


  • Malice

    Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th April 2017 7.30pm

    £6 Full Price & £3 for VWNC Students

    By Matt Lamb
    Director: Christopher Neil


    Education @ The Palace and Vision West Nottinghamshire College Performing Arts Department present this new play by Matt Lamb, one of the Write Track playwrights.


    A new member, Max, arrives to be initiated into the gang.  Francis is clear that he is the leader, but Malice has other ideas.  What happens when respect and loyalty get questioned and challenged by the gang members?
    The world of the gang is played out through a series of challenges / games.  Seth and Maggie enjoy testing others.  Tommy remains quiet.  Max is not sure how to gain respect in this world of jealously and mistrust.
    Join us for this engaging examination of human behaviour!

    Duration: Approx 1hr 10 mins

  • May
  • Pericles

    Wednesday 3rd May & Thursday 4th May 2017 7pm

    £5 (£4 concessions)

    BA Theatre students at Vision West Nottinghamshire College are proud to present their final piece of work: William Shakespeare’s Pericles.

    Bear witness to a tale of woe, not far
    From those we see today in Aleppo;
    With vile incest and a murderous rage,
    Great tragedy will fill our humble stage.
    Family parted through shipwreck and storm;
    Across many lands our story is born,
    But with hope, will all be well in the end?
    You may find the answer if you attend.

  • Something Improvised

    Saturday 6th and Saturday 13th May 2017 at 8pm

    £10 Full Price, £8 Concession, £5 student

    Six games, one games master, a glamourous assistant and absolutely no script!


    Something Improvised is exactly that; an improvisation piece where an element of competition along with a twisted host brings not only pace and urgency to the piece but also hilarity and embarassment to the unfortunate actors.


    With all the elements of a late night panel show and a test of theatrical skill thrown in, this show is everything the audience could wish for in terms of comedy theatre that's easy watching and above all, entertaining!


    'Something Improvised' is the newest project from Mansfield's Something Theatre.

  • ALBUM LAUNCH: Of Men and Crows

    Monday 8th May 2017 7pm

    Free Entry! Booking Essential!

    Album Launch and Gig

    Of Men and Crows are a dynamic yet sensitive alternate-rock group from Mansfield. The band blend the melodic hooks and guitar-driven rock of the Foo Fighters or Kings of Leon with the emotional lyricism and classic song writing of the Fray and Against the Current. They release their eponymous and self-produced debut album on Monday 8th May. Their gig at Create will showcase live versions of all of the album songs.


    Of Men and Crows will be joined by students from HND Music who, following a visit to Barcelona, will be playing a set of songs influenced by the city, its history, culture and colourful characters. The performance will be accompanied by visual projections to create a multi-media experience.


    Doors open at 19:00. The show starts shortly afterwards. All ages are welcome.

  • Getting Attention

    Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th May 2017 7pm

    £5 (£4 concessions)

    By Martin Crimp


    What does it mean to be a “family”?


    Sexual desire between partners? Passion? Trust? Neglect? Abuse?


    A young couple driven by their obsession with each other disregard the elephant locked in the room. The ignorance and powerlessness of neighbours and government officials unable to prevent the atrocities being committed in front of their sightless eyes.


    The evening also includes a pre-show performance: Face to the Wall by Martin Crimp


    A look at the media and its relentless influence on the news and real events. How do you feel when you see disaster strike? Do you “like” it on Facebook or do you “retweet” on Twitter expecting it to make a difference? Are you happy with your blissful ignorance?


  • Taking Care of Baby

    Wednesday 17th May 2017 7pm

    £5 (£4 concessions)

    By Dennis Kelly


    Taking Care of Baby is a hard hitting piece based on the Donna McAuliffe case; a woman that has been convicted of the murder of her two infant children. A series of interviews with the people involved, including Donna and her mother Lynn, reveal how they may have harmed the ones they sought out to protect.


    Using popular techniques, we show you the truth behind the media and how truth can be compromised by today's information culture.


    This amateur production of 'Taking Care of Baby' is presented by special arrangment with SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD


  • Lemon Popsicle

    Thursday 18th and Friday 19th May 2017 7pm

    £5 All tickets

    Smelly Sox Theatre proudly presents the third production in partnership with Create Theatre.


    Henry is a hardworking pensioner unhappy with his repetitive job and troubled family life. One night nursing a quiet pint he bumps into an old friend, Denham. Denham brings with him, a desire to hit the town one last time. Outrageous trouble follows when the pensioner duo put on their best suede shoes for one last Saturday night on the town!


    Join us for a hilariously absurd, brand new comedy, with a style all its own!


    Run Time: Approx 1h 10min

    PLEASE NOTE: Contains Strong / Crude Language

  • June
  • Cats

    Tuesday 20th June 2017 7pm

    £5 (£4 concessions)

    By Andrew Lloyd Webber

    Based on 'Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats' by T.S. Eliot


    Orchestrations by David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber

    Original production by Cameron Mackintosh Ltd and The Really Useful Group Limited.


    VWNC Musical Theatre Students present Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats. Based on the poem collection 'Old Possums Book of Practical Cats' by T.S. Elliot, this musical brings the poetry to life on stage.


    The students showcase their talents in their final end of year performance at Create Theatre. Combining impressive dance with vibrant music, this is one not to be missed!



  • The Grain Store

    Thursday 22nd June 2017 7pm

    £5 (£4 concessions)

    By Natal'ia Vorozhbit

    Translated by Sasha Dugdale

    Ukraine 1929. As Stalin launches the first of his Five-Year Plans, a closeknit rural community stands unwittingly in the path of his drive to create a thriving socialist Soviet Union. The outcome is catastrophic.


    What begins for the people of the village as an amusingly alien concept rapidly becomes an unstoppable force for change. Robbed first of their land, then their religion and independence, the whole country soon becomes engulfed by a tragedy that will scar a nation for generations.


    Year 2 VWNC Performing Arts Acting students present this as their final piece.





  • August
  • Green Day's American Idiot

    Wednesday 9th - Saturday 12th August 2017

    £12 All tickets

    Debut Theatre in association with Create Theatre present Green Day's American Idiot.


    Music by Green Day                      

    Lyrics by Billie Joe Armstrong

    Book by Billie Joe Armstrong and Michael Mayer


    Green Day's explosive, award-winning Broadway musical American Idiot, comes to Create Theatre.

    Winner of two Tony Awards® and the 2010 Grammy Award winner for Best Musical Show Album, American Idiot is the story of three boyhood friends, each searching for meaning in a post 9/11 world. The show features the music of Green Day with the lyrics of its lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong and book by Billie Joe Armstrong and Michael Mayer.


    This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe)
    All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe www.mtishows.co.uk

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