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Nottingham Playhouse
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Nottingham Playhouse opened in 1948 and until 1963 the theatre was situated in a converted cinema on Goldsmith Street.

In 1963 the company moved to a purpose built Playhouse at Wellington Circus.

Every year more than 100,000 people visit the theatre.

As a key cultural business in the region, Nottingham Playhouse employs more than 80 permanent staff.
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The Nottingham Playhouse is designed by award-winning architect Peter Moro in the early 1960s.

It became Grade II listed in 1993 in recognition of its place in modern theatre architecture and design.

In the auditorium there are approximately 750 seats. Arguably the best views can be found at the back of the stalls and especially row 'M'.
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