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Book and Lyrics by Jerry Colker, music by Michael Rupert.
at Finborough Theatre
It’s the 1980s, and three guys – three very silly guys – aren’t nearly as famous as they think they ought to be. Comedy fame just isn’t happening quickly enough for charming Ted, rage-filled Phil and otherworldly Zen Catholic Kenny, until the three of them decide to form a team. Once united, the dizzying heights of late night chat shows, smash-hit TV sitcoms and international tours awaits.
(from 22 Nov 2015 - Closing on 15 Dec 2015)
4000 DAYS
By Peter Quilter
at Park 200
What would you do if you forgot the last decade of your life? Michael has been in a coma for three weeks. On waking, he realises that four thousand days of his memory have been completely erased. He remembers nothing of Paul, his partner. Paul must fight to bring Michael's memory back, while Paul’s mother, Carol, fights to remove him from their lives completely.
(from 14 Jan 2016 - Closing on 13 Feb 2016)
By Peter Darney
at King's Head Pub Theatre
A graphic, gripping, funny and frank verbatim drama exposing the gay Chill-Out scene. From surgeons to students, couples to kink; guys that love it and lost guys longing to be loved. An original look into a drug-fuelled, hedonistic, highly secret world of Chem-Sex, Grindr and instant gratification.
(from 01 Oct 2015 - Closing on 28 Nov 2015)
by Owen O'Neill and Rachel Mariner
at Park 90
Donegal. Present Day. Catholic priests are disappearing. One man knows why and he wants to confess. His confession is brutal. It’s bloody, frank. He tells us it is not murder. It’s retribution. It’s absolution.
With the world ravaged by war, drowning refugees, mass migration, jobless, homeless, hopeless, with inequality and injustice at its worst for a century, the 42nd President wants to cut loose, shoot from the hip and waken the world in his own fantasy TED talk. His own epic life has led to this moment... but will he be silenced by his spouse’s political ambitions? Will he be Hillary’s foot-soldier or will the comeback kid come back?
(from 17 May 2016 - Closing on 11 Jun 2016)
by Reza de Wet
at Park 90
Frikkie and Sussie were born into a South African Eden, an idyllic farm with loving and responsible parents, a black nanny as their second mother, and a benevolent God in Heaven to keep them all safe and sound. But that was decades ago. Now their parents are long gone, the farm a desolate ruin, and God has clearly forgotten them.
(from 23 Dec 2015 - Closing on 23 Jan 2016)
By Nicholas Pegg; Score by Carol Sloman
at Queen's Theatre Hornchurch
Giggle at the dame Widow Twankey, join in with Wishee Washee's silly games, boo the evil Abanazar and be swept away by the mystical Genie's magical powers. And best of all, everyone gets to go on an exciting adventure with brave Aladdin to help rescue the beautiful Princess!
(from 28 Nov 2015 - Closing on 09 Jan 2016)
By Kayser A Foyz
at The Space
An unbreakable bond ties together three brothers and one woman as they navigate the uncertainties of love, life and making different choices.
(from 24 Nov 2015 - Closing on 28 Nov 2015)
AMALUNA (Cirque du Soleil)
by Diane Paulus
at Royal Albert Hall
Amaluna invites the audience to a mysterious island governed by Goddesses and guided by the cycles of the moon. Their queen, Prospera, directs her daughter’s coming-of-age ceremony in a rite that honours femininity, renewal, rebirth and balance which marks the passing of these insights and values from one generation to the next.
(from 15 Jan 2016 - Closing on 14 Feb 2016)
Book by Trevor Peacock. Music by Alan Price. Lyrics by Alan Price and Trevor Peacock. Based on the comic strip by Reg Smythe.
at Finborough Theatre
Work-shy Andy squanders his rent money on beer and stumbles home late again. His long suffering missus Flo vows to leave him, but Andy promises his racing pigeons will one day make them a fortune. A few doors down, innocent young lovers Elvis and Raquel plan their wedding, but will their lives turn out just like Andy and Flo? Not if Raquel’s mother, Mrs Scrimmett, has anything to do with it…
(from 07 Feb 2016 - Closing on 23 Feb 2016)
by Jules Verne, adapted by Laura Eason
at St James Theatre
The majestically mysterious, fabulously wealthy Phileas Fogg wagers his life’s fortune that he can circumnavigate the globe in just eighty days. Join Fogg and his loyal valet, Passepartout, as they voyage from the misty alleys of Victorian London to the exotic subcontinent and the wild west in a race against the clock. A cast of eight play more than 100 characters in this high-spirited, imagination-filled escapade for all the family.
(from 26 Nov 2015 - Closing on 16 Jan 2016)
Book and Lyrics by Nancy Harris; Music and Lyrics by Marc Teitler; Story by Nancy Harris and Marc Teitler
at Unicorn Theatre
Imagines what happens when five notorious villains from well-known fairytales - the Big Bad Wolf, Rumpelstiltskin, the Ugly Sisters and Captain Hook - are under threat of being thrown out of their own tales by the Council of Bedtime Stories who want to rebrand them.
(from 03 Nov 2015 - Closing on 24 Dec 2015)
Words by Greg Freeman, Music by Annabelle Brown
at Southwark Playhouse
Enter the Tabard Inn in Borough, 1380 and meet landlady Rose Bailey. Times are tough for Rose; rent is extortionate and she is being forced to pay a crippling tax by the local Marshalsea court, whilst the local gentry enjoy a bacchanalian orgy of consumption. Sit down, have a drink and delight in an evening of intoxicating tales and lively song about the country’s greatest and much loved outlaw.
(from 26 Nov 2015 - Closing on 26 Dec 2015)
Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Don Black; Book by Jack Rosenthal; Book Revised by David Thompson
at Upstairs at the Gatehouse Pub Theatre
The story of a North London family's anxious build up to their only son's Bar Mitzvah.
(from 03 Mar 2016 - Closing on 10 Apr 2015)
by Tabitha Mortibo
at Park 90
Julie sells ice cream on the cliffs at Beachy Head and searches for love online. Her friend Bernard walks the clifftops and can’t seem to settle. When sixteen year old Skye arrives for the summer and decides to stay, the lives of all three become unexpectedly entwined. But when memory takes hold, will their buried fears force them apart?
(from 22 Mar 2016 - Closing on 16 Apr 2016)
By Patrick Barlow, Based on the novel by General ‘Lew’ Wallace
at Tricycle Theatre
The greatest book ever penned is brought to the stage by a towering team of just four actors, turning the Tricycle stage into one of the most authentic versions of ancient Rome ever seen.
(from 19 Nov 2015 - Closing on 09 Jan 2016)
Devised by Nicky Scott, script by Tom Whalley
at Landor Theatre
Once upon a time, in a land far away, there lived a Princess. Youthful, beautiful and adored by all who met her. But one Christmas she made a fateful mistake; she fell in love. With her heart broken by a foolish lover, she fell into despair. She banished every trace of her gentle goodness into an Enchanted mirror and resigned herself to a solitary existence.
(from 10 Dec 2015 - Closing on 09 Jan 2016)
By Hew Rous Eyre & Max Elton
at King's Head Pub Theatre
After a botched suicide attempt, Adolf Hitler awakes to find himself in the Big Brother House.
(from 14 Jan 2016 - Closing on 30 Jan 2016 )
By Yang-May Ooi
at Tristain Bates Theatre
In an epic journey from China via East Asia and Australia to England, British-Malaysian writer-performer Yang-May Ooi explores female empowerment and desirability through the oral histories of three generations of her family and the shoes in her life. Yang-May uses the ancient Chinese tradition of footbinding experienced by her great-grandmother as a metaphor to investigate her search for her sexual identity.
(from 24 Nov 2015 - Closing on 12 Dec 2015)
by Dougal Irvine
at Park 200
London, 2012. The night before the Opening Ceremony. A group of street performers called 'the 99percenters,' gather in protest against the over-priced, corporate games. Among them is Macheath, satirist and ladies' man, whose razor-sharp wit is slashing chunks out of the Mayor’s reputation. Powerful figures are watching. With the ever-influential media operating 24/7, capital punishment has found a new method of delivery.
(from 28 Apr 2016 - Closing on 05 Jun 2016)
By Robert Massey
at Bridewell Theatre
Dee and Aiden Farrell are a decent couple facing tough times. Hard hit by Ireland's recession, they've had to rent their home to strangers, a rough shower from Dublin, and move their family into their almost bankrupt convenience store. On the verge of losing it all a chance of money comes their way ...
(from 15 Dec 2015 - Closing on 19 Dec 2015)
based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins, book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse, music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb
at New Wimbledon Theatre
"Murder, greed, corruption, exploitation, adultery and treachery... all those things we hold near and dear to our hearts"...Based on real life events back in the roaring 1920s, nightclub singer Roxie Hart shoots her lover and along with cell block rival, double-murderess Velma Kelly, they fight to keep from death row with the help of smooth talking lawyer, Billy Flynn.
(from 22 Feb 2016 - Closing on 27 Feb 2016)
music and lyrics by Richard M Sherman and Robert B Sherman
at New Wimbledon Theatre
Based on the popular film of the same name
(from 20 Jul 2016 - Closing on 30 Jul 2016)
By Charles Dickens, book and lyrics by Ben Horslen and John Risebero, and music by Christopher Peake
at Middle Temple Hall
Combining the ghostly tale of miser Ebenezer Scrooge with a score of original songs inspired by the carols of a traditional Victorian Christmas.
(from 22 Dec 2015 - Closing on 30 Dec 2015)
by Tom Wells
at Lyric Hammersmith
Grab your glittery Converse and put the pumpkin into top gear as Cinderella heads to the biggest party of the season to meet a very charming Prince. Following the success of Jack and the Beanstalk and Dick Whittington and his Cat, Award winning playwright Tom Wells pens another traditional panto with plenty of festive fun in true Lyric style.
(from 21 Nov 2015 - Closing on 03 Jan 2016)
By Sleeping Trees
at Theatre503 Pub Theatre
Follow Cinderella on a perilous adventure as the scheming Rumpelstiltskin blackmails the would-be princess to retrieve the coveted golden eggs from the top of the beanstalk in order to recover her glass slipper. But with Prince Charming, the Fairy Godmother and Jack's pregnant cow all doing their best to get in the way, the delicious, oversized eggs may not be so easy to reach.
(from 25 Nov 2015 - Closing on 02 Jan 2016)
by Clementine the Living Fashion Doll
at Rosemary Branch
Clementine is no ordinary doll. One night she made a wish on a falling star to be a ?real girl?... and the next day she could walk, talk, sing, dance, act, and present TV! Now the sparkly diva a mere 15 inches tall - is to make her London Christmas stage debut with her a feature-length show.
(from 08 Dec 2015 - Closing on 10 Jan 2016)
By Milly Thomas
at Theatre503 Pub Theatre
The play follows Nicola who, threatened with the release of an amateur sex video, makes a snap decision to post it online herself. What began as a drunken night in a dirty club ends with a unique business opportunity for Nicola and her two sisters as they start a network of amateur porn video 'booths'. But where there is demand there must be supply and, as lines become blurred, public opinion begins to turn against the trio.
(from 19 Jan 2016 - Closing on 13 Feb 2016)
Book by Jonathan Harvey and music and lyrics by Pet Shop Boys
at Union Theatre
Set against the backdrop of Soho’s pulsing clubland, tells the story of Dave, just off the boat from Ireland and determined to make something of himself.
(from 21 Oct 2015 - Closing on 28 Nov 2015)
By Louis Nowra
at King's Head Pub Theatre
Young theatre director Lewis is staging a production of Mozart’s comic opera Cosi Fan Tutte. The catch? The cast are patients from a mental institution, none of whom can speak Italian, or sing.
(from 02 Mar 2016 - Closing on 02 Apr 2016 )
By Mozart
at King's Head Pub Theatre
A cynical gentleman’s conviction that women cannot be faithful sets in motion a chain of deceit, disguise and desire.
(from 01 Mar 2016 - Closing on 03 Apr 2016)
By Richard Greenberg
at Found 111
New York City. The beginning of the 20th Century. Two brothers sit in their home surrounded by 136 tons of hoarded junk. When a beautiful guest arrives, everybody's lives are thrown into sharp focus.
(from 10 Dec 2015 - Closing on 30 Jan 2016)
Written by Carl Grose. Music by Charles Hazlewood.
at Shoredicth Town Hall
Mayor Goodman has been assassinated. Contract killer Macheath has just married Pretty Polly Peachum and Mr and Mrs Peachum aren't happy. Not one bit. A re-working of John Gay’s satire, The Beggar’s Opera.
(from 02 Dec 2015 - Closing on 12 Dec 2015)
Based on Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare, script by Robin Kingsland, lyrics by Robin Kingsland & Chris Barton, music by Chris Barton
at Jermyn Street Theatre
Set in London in the ‘swinging sixties’ against a backdrop of starchy middle class morality and hypocrisy in a country on the verge of Beatlemania and the sexual and social permissiveness that we know today. This is the world of Profumo, Christine Keeler & the Kray twins. Depravity and sexual licence are widespread. Members of parliament rub shoulders with glamour models and journalists are all too happy to take bribes.
(from 24 Nov 2015 - Closing on 20 Dec 2015)
By Ben Jonson
at Rose Playhouse
Young devil Pug visits earth to corrupt mankind but finds himself desperately out of his depth in the moral cesspool of London life. He’s caught in the middle of a frantic whirl of deceit, corruption and trickery as he realises he is no match for mankind’s wildly inventive devilishness. Can Pug make it back to the safety of Hell ?
(from 03 Nov 2015 - Closing on 28 Nov 2015)
Based on Macbeth by William Shakespeare
at The Vaults
With wireless headphones, video projections and a solo dancer, the last hours of Banquo’s life is recreated. The audience are placed behind Banquo’s eyes using the original text of Shakespeare’s Macbeth recorded as binaural sound.
(from 17 Feb 2016 - Closing on 27 Feb 2016)
By Roy Hudd
at Wilton's Music Hall
Classic pantomime of Dick Whittington
(from 01 Dec 2015 - Closing on 31 Dec 2015)
By Ben Crocker
at The Questors Theatre (In the Judi Dench Playhouse)
A pantomime for the whole family ... go on a magical journey with Dick and his amazing cat.
(from 12 Dec 2015 - Closing on 02 Jan 2016)
by Stuart Saint
at Leicester Square Theatre Main House
Once again, our hero DICK! and his promiscuous pussy Dave the Cat are embarking on a chaotic caper through perverted pantoland. Led by Miss Dusty O as the batty yet glamours SoHoHo sex club owner Sofonda Cox, familiar favourites Fairy Bell-End, Alice Fitznicely and the delinquent, delicious diva Queen Runt are reunited and run riot through the heart of the West End in yet another camp and carnal romp.
(from 15 Dec 2015 - Closing on 30 Dec 2015)
by Donald Margulies
at Park 200
Dinner with Friends is a portrayal of relationships that explores our dependency on our friends as well as our loved ones. Follow Beth, Tom, Karen and Gabe, whose lives, once inextricably linked, start to come undone.
(from 27 Oct 2015 - Closing on 28 Nov 2015)
Created by Maria Askew, Frode Gjerlow and Simon Maeder
at St James Studio
Welcome to the unlikely setting of Lyme Regis Community Centre, where the Park Family – Terry, Jade and Noah – embark on a journey to a misty past. When things go wrong, family feuds are faced with the rapturous roar of DIY dinosaurs.
(from 02 Jan 2016 - Closing on 23 Jan 2016)
Based on the 'Dirt Dancing' film
at New Wimbledon Theatre
The classic story of Baby and Johnny, featuring the hit songs 'Hungry Eyes', 'Hey! Baby', 'Do You Love Me?' and the heart stopping '(I've Had) The Time Of My Life'
(from 26 Sep 2016 - Closing on 01 Oct 2016)
by Patrick Marmion
at Arcola Theatre
Laing’s radical ideals are in crisis. Kingsley Hall has fallen into disrepair, local residents are up in arms, and Ronnie's South African colleague, revolutionary wild man David Cooper, is flipping out on the roof having taken an acid trip to the future. With his own personal life going down the pan and his mental state heading the same way, Ronnie decides to take his own trip to the future to save the Philadelphia Association and secure his legacy. But will this push him over the edge and can he make it back before Sean Connery comes for dinner?
(from 17 Nov 2015 - Closing on 12 Dec 2015)
by Sebastian Armesto and Dudley Hinton with simple8, Based on the true story and book by Daniel Everett
at Park 200
Daniel Everett, a linguist and missionary, is sent into the jungle with a clear purpose: to learn their language and convert them to Christianity. But as he struggles to communicate, he uncovers a culture like nothing he’s ever imagined. What he discovers blows apart modern linguistic theory, forcing him to question his faith and his understanding of what it means to be human.
(from 22 Mar 2016 - Closing on 23 Apr 2016)
Created by Andrew Day
at Rio Cinema Dalston
Running from her ex, a "Revenge Porn entrepreneur", Faith takes shelter in the shadows of the Rio cinema - a century-old palace of dreams, now riddled with ghosts and memories. But it is these ghosts of the past that point the way to her own freedom. Walk with Faith through the bomb shelter, the feminist collective and the strip joint that make up the Rio's colourful history.
(from 18 Nov 2015 - Closing on 12 Dec 2015)
By Diego Sosa
at The Cockpit Theatre
FAUSTAFF is the story of Gily Jacoby, a successful writer that has become world famous, thanks to a pact she’s made with the devil. This has granted her the ability to see the ill future of couples so that she can write the successful novels that have turned her into a best seller author. The price, however, is far too high. Her heartbreaks, ambitions and dreams turn out to be somewhat different than what she had expected. The result: a tragic twirl that will lead her into madness and the fulfilment of her own prophecies.
(from 18 Nov 2015 - Closing on 06 Dec 2015)
by Sophia Beckingham
at Hen and Chickens Theatre
“All I want for Christmas is you”, sang Mariah Carey. In a flat with crumbling ceiling hangings and even crumblier family relations, all Gene, Teresa, Scarlett and Jack want is to escape. Preferably before the chandelier does.
(from 01 Dec 2015 - Closing on 19 Dec 2015 )
by Robert Bolt
at Finborough Theatre
Suburbia, 1957. Jim Cherry sells insurance, but wants to sell apples instead. He dreams of owning an orchard in Somerset and quitting the job he hates. But Cherry is a fantasist and his wife Isobel is at breaking point. As his dream begins to spiral out of control and the gulf between them widens, can she force him to face reality?
(from 17 Nov 2015 - Closing on 20 Dec 2015)
by Tom Holloway
at Bush, The
Under an agreement between the British and Australian Governments, between 1945 and 1968, over three thousand British children were told they were orphans and sent to Australia on a promise of warmth, fresh air, abundant food and boundless opportunity. Instead they arrived to deprived institutions where neglect and abuse were the norm.
(from 08 Dec 2015 - Closing on 16 Jan 2016)
By Emily Hall
at Corinthia Hotel
A black cab pulls up to the kerb on Whitehall Place. A woman pays the driver and takes six steps up to where a footman is holding the door open for her; her heels create a faint echo on the marble floor as she passes a stunning floral display. The scent of camellias hangs in the air and is gone by the time she reaches the reception ...
(from 25 Jan 2015 - Closing on 03 Feb 2016)
By James Fritz
at Trafalgar Studios 2
A startling incident outside the school gates threatens to ruin everything Di and David strived to give their son Jack - an incident that suggests a deep hatred of their son. As events begin to accelerate, Di and David struggle to find answers, doubting Jack’s closest friends, Jack himself and ultimately themselves.
(from 10 Nov 2015 - Closing on 05 Dec 2015)
by Jule Styne and Bob Merrill, book by Isobel Lennart
at Menier Chocolate Factory
Charts the rise of Fanny Brice’s career as one of Broadway’s biggest stars by way of the Ziegfeld Follies, as well as her doomed romance with Nicky Arnstein.
(from 20 Nov 2015 - Closing on 05 Mar 2016)
By Will Mortimer
at Hampstead Theatre Downstairs
Josh and Lydia are captivated by the arrival of fellow student Charlotte. Not only is she exceptionally smart, gaining top marks in all her essays and offering fresh insight during seminars, she’s also significantly older and curiously private. Where’s she from and what’s her history? Why has she enrolled at university now? As the relationship between the undergraduates deepens so does the mystery surrounding Charlotte…
(from 30 Oct 2015 - Closing on 28 Nov 2015)
By Toby Park, Andrew Doyle and Dan Evans
at Leicester Square Theatre (The Lounge)
A parody/farce/show-within-a-show/loving-homage to 'Game of Thrones'
(from 08 Dec 2015 - Closing on 10 Jan 2016)
Book by Doug Wright, Music by Scott Frankel, Lyrics by Michael Korie
at Southwark Playhouse
Starting in 1941 at an engagement party at Grey Gardens, the Bouvier’s mansion in East Hampton, Long Island, the musical tracks the progression of the two women’s lives from American aristocrats to reclusive social outcasts living in such squalid conditions, in a home overrun by cats, that the Health Department deemed the mansion ‘unfit for human habitation’.
(from 02 Jan 2016 - Closing on 06 Feb 2016)
Music and lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman; Based on the 1988 film of the same name
at Churchill Theatre
It’s Baltimore 1962, where Tracy Turnblad, a big girl with big hair and an even bigger heart, is on a mission to follow her dreams and dance her way onto national TV. Tracy’s audition makes her a local star and soon she is using her new-found fame to fight for equality, bagging local heartthrob Link Larkin along the way.
(from 02 May 2016 - Closing on 07 May 2016)
By Tom Stoppard
at Hampstead Theatre Main Stage
London 1988. The Cold War is approaching its endgame and somebody in spymaster Elizabeth Hapgood’s network is leaking secrets. Is her star Double Agent a Triple? The trap she sets becomes a hall of mirrors in which betrayal is personal and treachery a trick of the light.
(from 04 Dec 2015 - Closing on 16 Jan 2016)
by Michael Ross
at Park 90
A darkly funny new play about the supermarket industry and its impact on all of our lives.
(from 12 Jun 2016 - Closing on 11 Jun 2016)
by Hugh Hanes adapted from the ghost stories of Charles Dickens
at Brockley Jack Studio Theatre
When David Filde, a young book dealer from London, arrives to catalogue the rare and valuable library of Lord Gray, it seems that someone - or something - does not want him to complete his work. Disturbed by incidents both inexplicable and unnerving, Filde must convince the sceptical Lord Gray to confront the truth about what is causing them. As they look for answers within the crumbling mansion, the two men unleash a terrifying chain of events.
(from 08 Dec 2015 - Closing on 03 Jan 2016)
By Dylan Costello
at Park 90
It’s Spring 2003 and Essex grandmother Lynnie has escaped from her nursing home and fled 5000 miles across the Atlantic to Hollywood, Los Angeles, where she plans to reveal to the world her deepest secret - that she is Marilyn Monroe, alive and well after faking her death decades before. As her gay grandson Joe turns up to take her home, he finds himself embroiled in his grandmother’s scheme, questioning his sanity wondering whether he really can be the grandson of Marilyn Monroe.
(from 23 Feb 2016 - Closing on 19 Mar 2016)
by Howard Barker
at Arcola Theatre Studio
Love, truth, sex and war collide in this double bill by Howard Barker.
(from 25 Nov 2015 - Closing on 19 Dec 2015)
Conceived by Lin-Manuel Miranda with music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda and a book by Quiara Alegría Hudes
at King's Cross Theatre
A journey into Washington Heights, one of Manhattan's most vibrant communities – a place where the coffee is light and sweet, the windows are always open and the breeze carries the rhythm of three generations of music.
(from 03 Oct 2015 - Booking to 10 Apr 2016)
By Susie McKenna; Music by Steven Edis
at Hackney Empire
Set in the kingdom of Hackneydale, Hackney Empire’s production follows the story of young Jack who is tempted by a mysterious stranger into swapping the family’s trusty old cow for a handful of magic beans. An offer surely happy-go-lucky Jack can’t refuse?
(from 21 Nov 2015 - Closing on 03 Jan 2016)
by Rebecca Lenkiewicz
at Arcola Theatre
Walkern, 1712. After decades free from witch hunts, Walkern’s cunning woman Jane Wenham is blamed for a tragic death – and charged with witchcraft. A terrifying ordeal begins, as the village is torn between those who want to save her life, and those who claim to want to save her soul.
(from 05 Jan 2016 - Closing on 30 Jan 2016)
By Robert Ross
at Leicester Square Theatre (The Lounge)
Having written some of the nation’s favourite comedies Marty Feldman suddenly finds himself a star in his own right, with sketch show success for both the BBC and commercial TV. Then Hollywood comes a’knocking. But while his wife Lauretta takes to the glamorous lifestyle with alacrity, can Marty come to terms with the burden of the fame he has always craved? Excess, depression, and the inevitable decline follow. Surely laughter, and the love of a strong woman can conquer all, although the eternal conflict of the clown refuses to fade. Is he laughed with, or laughed at?
(from 18 Jan 2016 - Closing on 20 Feb 2016)
By Garry Lake
at Waterloo East Theatre
Provides audiences with a take on the latest and most popular musicals in the West End. Some of the musicals included are Wicked, Bend It Like Beckham, Matilda, Billy Elliot, Guys and Dolls, Miss Saigon, Sunny Afternoon, The Phantom of the Opera and Jersey Boys.
(from 24 Nov 2015 - Closing on 06 Dec 2015)
Music by Howard Goodall, Book and Lyrics by Charles Hart. Based on Oliver Goldsmith’s play She Stoops to Conquer
at Ye Olde Rose and Crowne
It is All Fools’ Eve, a night when in the realms of love, the world can be turned upside-down and the lord of Misrule can take control.
(from 10 Feb 2016 - Closing on 28 Feb 2016)
by Andrew Shepherd and Leopold Lewis
at Park 90
Featuring a host of characters from Hamlet, Ophelia and Shylock to Ellen Terry, Bram Stoker and George Bernard Shaw, The Knight From Nowhere is a funny, touching and vibrant tale of the champion of Shakespeare and the first actor to be knighted. The Bells: Christmas Eve 1834 - a prosperous local mayor is haunted by a horrific murder he committed 15 years ago.
(from 24 Nov 2015 - Closing on 19 Dec 2015)
at Southbank Centre, La Soiree Spiegeltent
Featuring burlesque, circus sideshow and variety acts from around the world.
(from 27 Oct 2015 - Closing on 16 Jan 2016)
Music & Lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin; Book by Heather Hach; Based on the novel by Amanda Brown and the MGM movie
at Upstairs at the Gatehouse Pub Theatre
Follows the story of sorority president Elle Woods as she crosses the country on a mission to find love at Harvard Law School.
(from 16 Dec 2015 - Closing on 31 Jan 2016)

at Camden People's Theatre
Join three young New Yorkers - Mike D, MCA and Ad-Rock - as they go from teenage punks to international rapping legends: The Beastie Boys.
(from 23 Nov 2015 - Closing on 12 Dec 2015)
by Pamela Carter
at The Yard
We meet our young lads as civilians and watch them transform into soldiers. They finish their training and are unleashed into an unknown peacetime. But what do soldiers do when there's no one to fight?
(from 27 Oct 2015 - Closing on 28 Nov 2015)
By Paul Minx
at King's Head Pub Theatre
Set in Indiana 1965 during the long, hot summer of the civil rights movement, the world and that of the Price family is about to change. Their two domestic workers, Grace and Andre, intend to collect their wages and head South to join the voting rights marches. And the Price family -- Jake, Carol Ann and their teenage Lolita -- are each determined to make them stay.
(from 12 Jan 2016 - Closing on 30 Jan 2016)
Created by Tony Middleton 'Sonic'
at Grand Royale London Hyde Park
Experience close-up magic like never before in a show featuring the finest sleight of hand and indulge in the style and opulance of the Victorian masters of magic.
(from Apr 2014 - Booking to 02 Oct 2015)
Music by Tchaikovsky, devised, directed and choreographed by Matthew Bourne
at Sadler's Wells
As Aurora grows into a young woman, we move forwards in time to the more rigid, uptight Edwardian era; a mythical golden age of long Summer afternoons, croquet on the lawn and new dance crazes. Years later, awakening from her century long slumber, Aurora finds herself in the modern day; a world more mysterious than any Fairy story!
(from 01 Dec 2015 - Closing on 24 Jan 2016)
Based on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
at King's Head Pub Theatre
Unique alternative take on the tale of Snow White, replete with an all-powerful Magic Mirror, a schizophrenic Dwarf and a dark, mysterious Wicked Step-Dame.
(from 03 Dec 2015 - Closing on 09 Jan 2016)
by Adam Long, Gabriel Vick and Alex Jackson-Long
at St James Theatre
Miss Atomic Bomb is inspired by the real life nuclear tests and beauty pageants of the era. Welcome to Las Vegas in 1952, where every mushroom cloud has a silver lining and fallout is your friend. Tourists are going nuts for nuclear, sipping cocktails by hotel pools while watching atomic blasts ignite the desert sky.
(from 07 Mar 2016 - Closing on 09 Apr 2016)
By Charlotte Keatley
at St James Theatre
Doris, born illegitimate in 1900, exchanges her budding teaching career for marriage and motherhood. When the war is over her daughter Margaret marries an American and has Jackie, who becomes an archetypal 60s rebel. When Jackie can’t face being a single mother, it is decided that baby Rosie will be brought up as Margaret's own. That’s the plan anyway.
(from 13 Apr 2016 - Closing on 21 May 2016)
by Luigi Pirandello adapted by Howard Colyer
at Brockley Jack Studio Theatre
A young woman attempts suicide - but she's found before the poison can kill her. A journalist becomes interested in her life, then a novelist - stories circulate, more people are drawn in, and even the Foreign Office tries to intervene.
(from 12 Jan 2016 - Closing on 30 Jan 2016)
By Anthony Neilson
at Gary's Warehouse
Christmas Eve. An Elf breaks into Gary's Warehouse. Well, he says he's an elf. A hostage taking situation ensues. Come and watch him talk his way out of this one.
(from 05 Dec 2015 - Closing on 19 Dec 2015)
by Zodwa Nyoni
at Arcola Theatre Studio 2
Ishmael has fled from his home in Zimbabwe, where a fresh wave of homophobia threatens his life. In Leeds is the prospect of sanctuary, and of a new life among strangers. But will those strangers accept him? The clock is ticking, and his fate is being decided... can Ishmael find a place to call home again?
(from 06 Jan 2016 - Closing on 30 Jan 2016)
By Arthur Miller
at Old Red Lion Theatre
Tells the story of a once prosperous immigrant family who have since fallen on hard times, and a garment industry strike that sets a son against his father.
(from 08 Dec 2015 - Closing on 09 Jan 2016)
Music Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, book and lyrics by Nancy Holson, arrangements by Bruce Kiesling and Paul Rigano
at Pleasance Theatre
A story of magic, far away places, fairy tale kingdoms, of love, friendship, family and most importantly imagination
(from 08 Dec 2015 - Closing on 03 Jan 2016)
Book and Lyrics by Jenifer Toksvig; Music by David Perkins
at Omnibus
It's Christmas and when Clara is given a wooden nutcracker in the shape of a handsome Prince, little does she know that she and her brother Fritz are about to be drawn into a great adventure...
(from 01 Dec 2015 - Closing on 13 Dec 2015)
by William Shakespeare
at Bridewell Theatre
Othello revolves around threecentral characters: Othello, a Moorish General in the Venetian army; hisbeloved new wife, Desdemona and his trusted but secretly hateful Ensign, Iago. Theplay examines the prejudice against Othello for the colour of his skin and hisdaring to marry a white woman. However, it also covers some significantsecondary themes, such as Othello’s being more than twenty years older than hisbride, as well as Iago’s jealousy, and resulting retribution at being passedover for a higher position by a younger man with less experience but of higherbirth.
(from 08 Dec 2015 - Closing on 12 Dec 2015)
by In-Sook Chappell
at Finborough Theatre
Crossing military borders and class divides, P’yongyang tells the epic love story of two North Korean childhood sweethearts spanning three decades. Chi-Soo and Eun-Mi dare to dream of a life together in P’yongyang, working for Kim Jong Il’s film studios. But as those around them start to disappear and information from the outside world trickles in, the devoted Communists are forced to view their glorious homeland in a different light.
(from 05 Jan 2016 - Closing on 30 Jan 2016)
by Jonathan Lynn
at Park 200
This relationship, noble, comic and absurd, changed history: Philippe Pétain, a tough, uncompromising soldier who rose through the ranks to save France in 1916 at the Battle of Verdun, and Charles de Gaulle, the aristocratic, academic, awkward and equally uncompromising soldier who led France to freedom when Pétain became a Nazi collaborator. In 1945 de Gaulle had his oldest friend tried for treason. But was it as simple as it seemed? This extraordinary story is seen as Pétain waits for the verdict.
(from 17 Feb 2016 - Closing on 19 Mar 2016)
By Pam Gems
at Charing Cross Theatre
Few people have glimpsed the darkness and pain under the glitter of Piaf’s stardom. A tumultuous life of addiction, lovers, and deaths, held together by a burning passion for the stage, the story of the “Little Sparrow” gives us a searing account of the power and poison of fame.
(from 01 Dec 2015 - Closing on 02 Jan 2016)
adapted by Hershey Felder, Based on the book The Children of Willesden Lane: Beyond the Kindertransport: A Memoir of Music, Love, and Survival by Mona Golabek and Lee Cohen.
at St James Theatre
Set in Vienna in 1938 and in London during the Blitz, The Pianist of Willesden Lane tells the true story of Lisa Jura, a young Jewish pianist who is dreaming about her concert debut at Vienna's storied Musikverein concert hall. But with the issuing of new ordinances under the Nazi regime, everything for Lisa changes, except for her love of music and the pursuit of her dream - as she is torn from her family and set onto the Kindertransport to London.
(from 20 Jan 2016 - Closing on 27 Feb 2016)
by Oscar Wilde, adapted by Merlin Holland and John O’Connor
at Trafalgar Studios 2
Set in the decadent world of Victorian London, a beautiful young man - Dorian Gray - becomes infatuated by the exquisite portrait that Basil Hallward has painted of him. He makes a Faustian pact that he will remain forever young while the picture grows old.
(from 18 Jan 2016 - Closing on 13 Feb 2016)
Adapted by Samuel Orange, from the novel by Oscar Wilde
at The House of Orange
As guests at Mr. Gray's townhouse in The Royal Borough of Greenwich, you are invited on a journey through time, space and imagination, from aristocratic Victoriana to the decadent underworld of a gothic nightmare and beyond.
(from 10 Sep 2015 - Closing on 23 Dec 2015)
By Jacqui Honess-Martin
at Hampstead Theatre Downstairs
Gabby has a first class honours degree and an MA but somehow is stuck – for the third year running – counting Norwegian Spruce. Betty wishes she was ice skating with her mates at Somerset House rather than ‘gaining work experience’. Joe is nursing a broken hand, and heart, by lugging trees. Taj can’t decide whether he’s in love with Gabby or Betty. And they’re all being driven out of their minds by Michael Bublé’s Feliz Navidad on repeat…
(from 10 Dec 2015 - Closing on 16 Jan 2016)
by Owen Sheers
at The Bush Attic Space
Pink Mist tells the story of three young Bristol men deployed to Afghanistan. Returning to the women in their lives who must now share the physical and psychological aftershocks of their service, Arthur, Hads and Taff find their journey home is their greatest battle.
(from 21 Jan 2016 - Closing on 13 Feb 2016)
By James Walker-Black and Heather Remington; Devleoped by Jove Theatre Company from an idea by Simon Sladen, James Walker-Black and David Bullen; Adapted from Jane Austen 'Pride and Prejudice'
at The Cockpit Theatre
Young Elizabeth Bennet and her sisters, cajoled by their mother Mrs Bennet (our Dame, of course) into marrying, must overcome the perils of passions, scandals and wet shirts in the pursuit of a husband.
(from 08 Dec 2015 - Closing on 20 Dec 2015)
By Noel Coward
at Churchill Theatre
Elyot and Amanda are a gloriously selfish divorced couple who, by a quirk of fate, meet again on their honeymoons with their new spouses and reignite their old spark. The revival of their fiery romance, alternating between heated rows and passionate reconciliations, reminds them that although they cannot live with each other, nor can they live without.
(from 18 Jan 2016 - Closing on 23 Jan 2016)
by Gareth Farr
at Park 200
Jess and Dylan are in love. They want a family. That’s all they have ever wanted. When diagnosed with infertility, this ordinary couple find themselves on an extraordinary journey. They enter the world of IVF treatment where intimacy is replaced by injections. Forced to fight for the family they so desperately want, they put their faith in science and their relationship through the ultimate test.
(from 07 Jun 2016 - Closing on 08 Jul 2016)
By David Lindsay-Abaire
at Hampstead Theatre Main Stage
Becca and Howie Corbett are a happy suburban family with everything they could want until a shocking and sudden event turns their world upside down and leaves them drifting perilously apart. Riding the turbulence of domestic life, Becca and Howie must find a way back to each other whilst their unpredictable family tries to bridge the ‘infinite space between’, which life changing events create.
(from 29 Jan 2016 - Closing on 05 Mar 2016)
adapted by Mike Kenny based on E. Nesbit's novel The Railway Children
at King's Cross Theatre
The Railway Children tells the story of Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis, three children whose lives change dramatically when their father is mysteriously taken away. They move from London to a cottage in rural Yorkshire with their mother, where they befriend the local railway porter, Perks, and embark on a magical journey of discovery, friendship and adventure.
(from 16 Dec 2014 - Closing on 10 Apr 2016)
Book, Music & Lyrics by Jez Bond & Mark Cameron
at Park 200
With original music and bonkers comedy, there’s plenty of fun, magic and surprise in store for all. So step inside, grab a herbal bishop and experience the wonderful world of Waa. After all, the princess needs you; she can’t wait to escape from her tower.
(from 03 Dec 2015 - Closing on 02 Jan 2016)
Adapted by Pins and Needles
at Lyric Hammersmith Studio
Raymond Briggs’ Father Christmas follows Santa as he awakes from a dream of sun, sea and sand only to find it is the busiest day of the year: Christmas Eve. This timeless festive story bursts into life with live music, playful puppets and a masterfully magical set.
(from 20 Nov 2015 - Closing on 24 Dec 2015)
By Andrew Pollard
at Greenwich Theatre
A 'spectacular'take on the classic fairy tale.
(from 20 Nov 2015 - Closing on 10 Jan 2016)
Book and Lyrics by Jake Brunger and Music and Lyrics by Pippa Cleary
at Pleasance Theatre
Follow Red as she ventures through the woods on a quest to save her family bakery. But will she be distracted by the wolf in the magical forest, where nothing is as it seems?
(from 07 Dec 2015 - Closing on 03 Jan 2016)
By Scott Barnett
at The Space
Traces the fault lines of a modern breakup back to its source. Jumping through the years, each scene is a snapshot of Lucy and Jason’s relationship as the final moments of the year tick down to midnight. The play takes a poke at the classic rom-com – it’s 'Harry Met Sally', if they were British and a real couple who live in the flat upstairs.
(from 15 Dec 2015 - Closing on 19 Dec 2015)
Written by Steve Trafford with songs by Henry Purcell
at Park 90
A fine vignette of Britain, then and now, where the personal is heroically, hilariously political. King Charles II lies ill. Nell, his royal whore, once star of the Restoration stage, rages against the fate that may befall her if Charles dies. Margery, Nell’s maid, is no whore but a survivor whose fate too hangs on the life or death of the Royal patriarch.
(from 26 Jan 2016 - Closing on 20 Feb 2016)
By William Shakespeare
at New Diorama Theatre
A deformed soldier returns victorious from the battlefield. His physical appearance, and thirst for violence, prevent him from adjusting to peace. While the rest of the army become lovers and partygoers, Richard channels his energy into his next target: murdering his way to the crown.
(from 05 Jan 2016 - Closing on 06 Feb 2016)
By Catherine-Anne Toupin; Translated by Chris Campbell
at Bush Theatre
As Alice and Ben settle into their beautiful new flat they realise that the family across the hall hope to be more than just good neighbours. Soon, Juliette, Giles, and their son Francis are wearing out the welcome mat; suggesting drinks, hors d'oeuvres and dancing. Things begin to heat up as innocent invitations lead to passionate encounters and unsettling revelations.
(from 23 Mar 2016 - Closing on 16 Apr 2016)
Written by Trish Cooke; Written and Composed by Robert Hyman
at Theatre Royal, Stratford East
Robin Hood, the prince of thieves and his band of merry men are on a mission this Christmas. As he robs from the rich and gives to the poor, he’s on a quest to save good King Richard and the poor people of StratEastHam by trying to defeat evil Prince John. But who will save the day? Will it be brave and daring Robin Hood? Or will it be the feisty and fearless Maid Marian?
(from 05 Dec 2015 - Closing on 23 Jan 2016)
By Kate Lock
at King's Head Pub Theatre
Hilda is blind, lives alone, and is visited by a carer once a week. Camilla is a young offender looking for her next mark. A surprising and curious relationship sparks off between these opposites.
(from 05 Apr 2016 - Closing on 23 Apr 2016)
By Larry Mollin
at Leicester Square Theatre (The Lounge)
Hecht is 71, balding, urbane and cynical, and with an appreciation for the finer things in life. But his relationship with his daughter is difficult and, against her father’s wishes, Jenny joins the revolutionary, avant garde theatre troupe, The Living Theatre, and lives with them in a commune in New York.
(from 28 Oct 2015 - Closing on 29 Nov 2015)
Book & Lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire, Music by Jeanine Tesori, Based on the stories of William Steig and the DreamWorks animated feature film
at New Wimbledon Theatre
Join our unlikely hero and his loyal steed Donkey as they embark on a quest to rescue the beautiful (if slightly temperamental) Princess Fiona from a fire breathing, love-sick dragon. Add the diminutive Lord Farquaad, a gang of fairytale misfits, and a biscuit with attitude, and you’ve got the biggest, brightest musical comedy around!
(from 20 Jan 2016 - Closing on 31 Jan 2016)
By Alan Bennett
at Richmond Theatre
A satirical snapshot of two members of the infamous 'Cambridge Five', Guy Burgess and Anthony Blunt, both recruited as spies by the Soviet Union during World War II.
(from 01 Mar 2016 - Closing on 05 Mar 2016)
by Maya Sondhi
at Park 90
Julie sells ice cream on the cliffs at Beachy Head and searches for love online. Her friend Bernard walks the clifftops and can’t seem to settle. When sixteen year old Skye arrives for the summer and decides to stay, the lives of all three become unexpectedly entwined. But when memory takes hold, will their buried fears force them apart?
(from 19 Apr 2016 - Closing on 14 May 2016)
By Marc Day
at Hoxton Hall
From the icy pavements of Hoxton Street to the magic of the Enchanted Forest, embark on a thrilling adventure complete with a wicked queen, handsome prince, seven helpful dwarves, a poison apple and a very opinionated mirror.
(from 14 Dec 2015 - Closing on 24 Dec 2015)
by Lulu Raczka
at Camden People's Theatre
Tells the story of a family whose lives are defined by the violence around them in an anarchic, unexpected form.
(from 01 Dec 2015 - Closing on 12 Dec 2015)
Book & lyrics John Myatt; Music Simon Arrowsmith
at King's Head Pub Theatre
It’s easy to escape the disaster that was today... the weekend that wasn’t... the one true love you’ll never forget. Enter the world of cabaret, where the wine ain’t fine but the company’s classy.
(from 08 Mar 2016 - Closing on 02 Apr 2016)
By Kat Roberts
at Pleasance Theatre
About the loss of a child; about how in the wake of any interminable loss, we find ways to connect and survive; an exploration of love, honesty, family and grief.
(from 10 Nov 2015 - Closing on 29 Nov 2015)
By John Burrows
at Finborough Theatre
Dressed in shabby great coats with medals pinned to their chests, two jobless ex-Tommies busking on a London street, tell in words, song and music the story of Private Percy Cotton and the love of his life, bogus-spiritualist Nellie Mottram.
(from 10 Jan 2016 - Closing on 26 Jan 2016)
By David Hare
at Hampstead Theatre Main Stage
Nobody can doubt John Christie’s passion or his formidable will: he wooed his opera singer wife with a determination befitting a man who won the Military Cross. Now, in 1934, this Etonian science teacher’s admiration for the works of Wagner leads him to embark on an ambitious project: the construction of an Opera House on his estate in Sussex.
(from 23 Oct 2015 - Closing on 28 Nov 2015)
By Rob Hayes
at Southwark Playhouse (Little Space)
Repressed rage; entrenched isolation; compacted bowels. Staring deep into the destructive ego of the modern man, Rob Hayes dissects the world of relationships, defecating and surviving in this testosterone-triggered tragi-comedy.
(from 12 Jan 2016 - Closing on 06 Feb 2016)
By Ray Rackham
at London Theatre Workshop
Taking place during three significant and distinct moments in Judy Garland’s career, Through the Mill charts her rise from teenager to MGM movie star, from “has-been” to concert hall darling and her short-lived career as a television personality.
(from 01 Dec 2015 - Closing on 19 Dec 2015)
Adapted from the story by Hans Christen Andersen by Mandy Holliday
at Charing Cross Theatre
Based on the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale, this is the story of loveable hero Brian the Brave, a penniless solider returning from war who acquires a magic tinderbox and embarks on a quest to find his true love.
(from 12 Dec 2015 - Closing on 03 Jan 2016)
By Jon Bradfield and Martin Hooper
at Above the Stag
Once upon a time, a slave boy called Cinders lived with his murderous stepmother and her daughters in a little landlocked kingdom. Now although this kingdom lacked democracy and had been banned from Eurovision on behavioural grounds, it boasted a prince whose balls were the envy of the world. Indeed, there was no happier sight in all the kingdom than the prince’s balls in full swing. The Prince took great pleasure and care in arranging his balls, which he liked to hold in all the fine rooms of the castle. And Cinders really fancied the Prince. But they would never meet… would they?
(from 26 Nov 2015 - Closing on 16 Jan 2016)
By Catrin Fflur Huws
at King's Head Pub Theatre
Tells the life-story of war-time cryptanalyst Alan Turing. It is a story about the importance of truth and injustice and of keeping and revealing secrets.
(from 06 Apr 2016 - Closing on 23 Apr 2016 )
Based on Irvine Welsh’s novel of the same name
at King's Head Pub Theatre
Recaptures the passion and the controversy of the famous novel, then globally successful film, and repackages it into an immersive production.
(from 03 Feb 2016 - Closing on 27 Feb 2016 )
By Morgan Lloyd Malcolm
at Trafalgar Studios 2
Follows once close childhood friends, Heather and Carla as they meet twenty years later and awkwardly reminisce about the past.
(from 08 Dec 2015 - Closing on 16 Jan 2016)
By Michael Rosen
at Stratford Circus Arts
A family go on an expedition of a lifetime - running down the grassy bank, wading through the cold river, squelching over the oozy mud, stumbling into the dark forest, then peering into a cave....
(from 02 Dec 2015 - Closing on 26 Dec 2015)
by Daniel Foxsmith
at Finborough Theatre
On a remote livery yard in rural England, Jim arrives ‘home’ after eight years away, in need of work. It didn’t end so well last time, but he's sure that this time it’ll be different... Sam, as old as the fixtures and fittings themselves, reluctantly agrees - there’s work to be done after all. As the men attempt to pick up from where they left off, fresh cracks appear beside old wounds. Things have changed. But the world can only be held at bay for so long before the two men will have to answer for their actions.
(from 02 Feb 2016 - Closing on 27 Feb 2016)
By Luke Wright
at Soho Theatre
At university the whip-smart, mercurial Johnny Bevan saves Nick, smashing his comfortable middle class bubble and firing him up about politics, music and literature. Twenty years later, as their youthful dreams disintegrate alongside the social justice they hoped for, can Nick, now a jaded music journalist, save Johnny from himself?
(from 22 Feb 2016 - Closing on 12 Mar 2016)
By Tennessee Williams
at HTH Arts Centre
‘Portrait of a Madonna’, ‘Hello from Bertha’ and ‘A perfect analysis given by a parrot’. The three plays are about women of various ages, all of whom struggle against the restrictions of conformity in various ways.
(from 21 Nov 2015 - Closing on 04 Dec 2015)
By Oscar Wilde
at Rose Playhouse
Wilde Without The Boy: A dramatic interpretation of De Profundis, the letter Oscar Wilde wrote to his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas, from his cell in Reading gaol. Two years previously, Wilde had been imprisoned for acts of gross indecency with other males. This is a glimpse into the humbled, bruised, loving soul of Oscar Wilde.
The Ballad of Reading Gaol: Oscar Wilde’s heart-rending poem reflecting on his prison-sentence of two years’ hard labour for ‘acts of gross indecencyy with other males...’, a fellow inmate’s hanging and the bestiality of man’s punishment of man.
(from 07/12/2015 - Closing on 12/12/2015)
Music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb; Conceived by Scott Ellis, Susan Stroman and David Thompson
at St James Studio
A revue showcasing the back catalogue of Kander and Ebb.
(from 02 Feb 2016 - Closing on 07 Feb 2016)
By Federico Garcia Lorca
at Baron's Court Theatre
Story of a childless woman, living in rural Spain in the Thirties, who is angry and bewildered because her husband has no desire to have children. Eventually her obsession leads her to commit a horrendous crime...
(from 24 Nov 2015 - Closing on 13 Dec 2015)

at Peacock Theatre
Showcasing the finest in traditional circus thrills and skills, Clown Tweedy, a Giant Robot that spews fire, the Globe of Terror and may more acts.
(from 08 Feb 2016 - Closing on 24 Feb 2016)


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