Shows in February 2017

89 shows found
  • 100 Hearts
    100 Hearts
    Adelphi Theatre

    Laugh out loud for Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals at 100 Hearts Charity Gala hosted by Clive Anderson. This is a truly unique chance to see comedy favourites Rowan Atkinson, Jo Brand, Nina Conti, Angus Deayton, Harry Enfield, Michael McIntyre, Paul Whitehouse and many more share a stage for a fantastic cause.

  • A Clockwork Orange
    Park Theatre

    An electrifying and testosterone filled physical theatre horror show that exquisitely captures and transcends the spirit of Anthony Burgess’ original literary masterpiece, A Clockwork Orange lures its audience into the glorious glass-edged nastiness of Manchester’s underworld. A playtime of orgiastic ultraviolence and sexuality, it’s the story of little Alex and the Droogs in their battle against the tedium of adolescence.

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream
    A Midsummer Night's Dream - Young Vic 2017
    Young Vic

    The dark heart of Titania and Oberon’s domain is explored as Joe Hill-Gibbins returns to the Young Vic’s Main House stage with a bold new production. In a world of grotesque transformations and sexual provocation, repressed conflicts between young lovers and their parents are released. There’s no magic in this place – manipulation leads to complications and desire becomes dangerous.

  • a profoundly affectionate, passionate devotion to someone (-noun)
    Royal Court Theatre

    Debbie Tucker Green returns to the Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Upstairs with her new play a profoundly affectionate, passionate devotion to someone (-noun) which she will also direct. Three couples. What might be. What once was. What could have been.

  • Adriana Lecouvreur
    Adriana Lecouvreur
    Royal Opera House

    Angela Gheorghiu and Hrachuhi Bassenz star in the first revival of David McVicar’s sumptuous production of Cilea’s tragic opera.

    The actress Adriana Lecouvreur is adored by many – including stage manager Michonnet – but she loves Maurizio, Count of Saxony. He is entranced by Adriana, and desperately tries to extricate himself from his former lover, the Princesse de Bouillon.

  • Aladdin - Disney's New Musical
    Aladdin - Disney's New Musical
    Prince Edward Theatre

    Brought to theatrical life by a legendary creative team, Disney’s new Broadway musical Aladdin will sweep you into a world filled with beauty, comedy and breath-taking spectacle when it opens at the Prince Edward Theatre, London in June 2016.

  • Amaluna - Cirque Du Soleil
    Amaluna - Cirque Du Soleil
    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 daughters 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.

  • An Evening with Eric Cantona
    An Evening with Eric Cantona
    London Palladium

    Who knows what to expect when the mercurial Eric Cantona takes to the stage for a rare public appearance? Cantona is widely credited as being the catalyst for Manchester United’s changing status in the early years of the Premier League. He was – and remains – the United fans favourite of the modern era and they still sing his name at every game – enjoying near legendary status among the Old Trafford faithful. Star quality and controversy followed him throughout his career and he will be here to talk about those heady days when he led United to four Premier League titles in five seasons.

  • An Inspector Calls
    An Inspector Calls
    Playhouse Theatre

    Stephen Daldry’s multi award-winning production of JB Priestley’s classic thriller returns to the West End for a strictly limited season.

    Hailed as the theatrical event of its generation, winning more awards than any other production in history, this magnificent NATIONAL THEATRE presentation has thrilled more than 4 million people worldwide. Now Daldry (Oscar-nominated Director of The Reader, The Hours and Billy Elliot) returns to re-direct his masterpiece at London’s Playhouse Theatre.

  • Anyone Can Whistle
    Anyone Can Whistle
    The Union Theatre

    Anyone Can Whistle is political allegory in musical comedy form that tells the story of a town that's gone bankrupt because its only industry is manufacturing something that never wears out. In order to revive her town Mayoress Cora Hoover Hooper and her town council fake a miracle - water flowing from a rock - to attract tourists. When patients at the local mental hospital escape and mix with the townspeople and tourists, chaos ensues whilst J.

  • Beau Brummell
    Beau Brummell An Elegant Madness
    Jermyn Street

    This black comedy by Emmy award-winning Ron Hutchinson casts light on the patron saint of dandies – Beau Brummell (1778 – 1840). Not seen in London for 15 years, the script has been updated by Hutchinson to refresh and reinvigorate the text which seems even more resonant in today’s celebrity obsessed world. Beau Brummell was the original ‘celebrity’ but is largely forgotten now. He revolutionised fashion, style and attitude in the early 19th Century and Jermyn Street, Bond Street and Savile Row exist largely because of his patronage of London’s tailors.

  • Beautiful - The Carole King Musical
    Beautiful - The Carole King Musical
    Aldwych Theatre

    Beautiful is the untold story of Carole King’s journey from schoolgirl to superstar; from her relationship with husband and song-writing partner Gerry Goffin, their close friendship and playful rivalry with fellow song-writing duo Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, to her remarkable rise to stardom. 

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