It was wasn’t too long ago that the area was in the grip of some particularly unseasonal weather.
Well, it looks like there might just be a repeat dose later in the year with snow, torrential rain and freezing temperatures forecast at the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham.
Tickets for three wintry-themed productions ahave gone on sale at the box office.
The visually spectacular Slava’s Snow Show will return to thrill audiences in November.
In addition, the smash-hit West End version of the Hollywood classic Singin’ in the Rain is set to send audiences swinging around lampposts in February next year.
Also on sale for next February are tickets for The Snowman, based on Raymond Brigg’s much-loved book and featuring the classic song Walking In The Air, and featuring dancing penguins, reindeer, Father Christmas, Jack Frost and, of course, The Snowman flying overhead!
Singin’ In The Rain can be seen at the Theatre Royal in Nottingham from February 4-15.
Tickets are £45 - £19 plus concessions and they are available at www.trch.co.uk or by calling the Royal Centre box office on 0115 989 5555.
Slava’s Snow Show is at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham from November 6-10. Tickets are £29 - £18 plus concessions.
The Snowman is to be presented at the Theatre Royal from January 28-February 1.
Tickets are £29.50 - £14 plus concessions.
The Halle return to the Royal Concert Hall on May 2 with a performance to be conducted by Cristian Mandeal.
The two pieces on the programme are Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No 3, featuring soloists Alexander Romanovsky, and Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique.
The concert starts at 7.30pm and the tickets are £10-£32.