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Ezekial Bone's Magic Lantern Tour

Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, Theatre Square, Nottingham, NG1 5ND
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Magic Lantern Tour
Nottingham Theatre Royal
Tickets: £9

 

Due to Coronavirus this event has been cancelled. If you have already purchased tickets, please contact the venue or ticketing agent for advice. For the latest information and advice on Coronavirus in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, please click here.


Tread the boards and see behind the scenes!

The prestigious Nottingham Theatre Royal has a fascinating story to tell and who better to tell it than its resident ghost? Ezekial Bone plays 'Everyman', a manifestation of the human emotion imprinted within the fabric of the building.

Join him on a journey through the heart of Nottingham's theatre land. Enter the inner sanctum of his ‘Temple of Thespis’. Stand on the hallowed stage and imagine a thousand faces staring back. See behind the scenes and learn how the theatre works. Hear about the great architects who built this monument to the arts. Imagine the ghosts of actors past, waiting in the wings.

Be transported from the boom of theatre in Victorian times and the Opening Night in 1865, to the contemporary world of entertainment of today in the Royal Concert Hall.

As featured in the Guardian’s ‘Secret Britain’ Guide.

Price - £9 - Suitable for all ages (please note there are flights of stairs). Tour length approximately 90 minutes.

Please note that there are flights of stairs on these tours. If you have any queries regarding these tours, please contact the Theatre Royal Box Office on 0115 989 5555. 

 

 

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