Showing they not only have the ability to manage one of the toughest winters on record for the NHS, hospital staff from Nottingham’s hospitals are now showcasing their talents for the charity cabaret event of the year.
On Saturday 23 June the Nottingham Playhouse will host the amazing “Ooo Factor” show where the full, unexpurgated talents of NHS staff in Nottingham will be on display.
With a line up ranging from performing porters and theatrical theatre staff, to singing anaesthetists and comic consultants, there is guaranteed to be something for everyone in the show which is in aid of the Big Appeal for Nottingham Children’s Hospital.
The multi-talented medics will also be revisiting the BBC Two Hospital series, with their own very special take on the programme – comedy style!
Orthopaedic Consultant Tony Westbrook has produced the show along with colleague Dan Armstrong. Tony who featured on BBC Two’s Hospital for his work performing hip replacements will be putting his coordination skills to good use to compere the evening and is incredibly proud of his colleagues: “What you’ll see in the show are the true Hospital staff, the fun and fantastically talented people behind the uniforms! We have stellar line up of star turns from staff across the NHS doing something completely different from their day jobs.
It’s a show that has something in it for absolutely everyone.”
Tickets for this unique show are still available at £16.50, bookable from the Nottingham Playhouse https://www.nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk/whats-on/music/the-ooo-factor/ or by calling the Box Office on 0115 941 9419.
For more information about Nottingham Hospitals Charity, please go to www.nottinghamhospitalscharity.org.uk