Shows in February 2022

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  • Doctor Who: Time Fracture
    Doctor Who: Time Fracture
    UNIT HQ at Immersive London

    Doctor Who: Time Fracture, a ground-breaking Immersive Theatrical Adventure, plunges you into the incredible Universe of Doctor Who.

  • The Choir of Man
    The Choir of Man
    Arts Theatre

    International sensation The Choir of Man brings 80 minutes of unadulterated escapism and pure fun to London’s West End. The Choir of Man tickets are available on London Theatre now.

    The Choir of Man is a great night at your local pub brought to glorious musical life on stage. Nine talented performers deliver reinventions of your favorite chart-topping classics, with songs by Adele, Guns’N’Roses, Sia and Paul Simon among the disparate numbers, all brought to roaring life in this new musical. 

  • Matilda the Musical
    Matilda the Musical
    Cambridge Theatre

    Adapted from the incomparable children's novel by Roald Dahl, Matilda The Musical is the multi-award winning musical from the Royal Shakespeare Company that continues to delight audiences in the West End. Since opening at the Cambridge Theatre in November 2011, the hit show has gone on to win over 50 major international awards, including 12 for Best Musical.

  • A Number
    A Number
    The Old Vic

    Lennie James and Paapa Essiedu play father and sons in Caryl Churchill’s gripping drama about what it costs to start again.

  • Folk
    Hampstead Theatre - Downstairs

    After a radio premiere earlier this year, Nell Leyshon’s Folk receives an in-person premiere at Hampstead Downstairs from 18 December - 5 Feb. 2022. Set in early twentieth-century Somerset, Folk considers what music should be considered as “English," and is inspired by two sisters who lived near the village that playwright Neil Leyshon grew up in.

  • Force Majeure
    Force Majeure
    Donmar Warehouse

    Stop it. Stop it! Everyone! We’re on holiday, we’re meant to be having a nice time. What the hell is wrong with you? "

    Tomas and Ebba are determined to have quality family time with their children, so they head to the Alps on a skiing trip.

    But when disaster strikes, their family unit is tested to breaking point with hilarious and tragic consequences. 

  • Habeas Corpus
    Habeas Corpus
    Menier Chocolate Factory

    The antics of the Wicksteed home are a darkly satirical merry-go-round in Alan Bennett’s Habeas Corpus.  Family, friends and the quest for sexual pleasures of the body (“corpus”) are the ruling passions in this farcical comedy of ill-manners. Through an escapade of mistaken identities and carnal encounters, one motto holds fast: “He whose lust lasts, lasts longest.”

  • Henry V
    Donmar Warehouse

    No King of England if not King of France!”

  • Les Miserables
    Les Miserables
    Sondheim Theatre

    The West End's longest-running musical, Les Misérables, has been enjoyed by over 70 million people in 42 countries and in 22 languages around the globe. It is still breaking box office records as it passes its 30th year in London.

  • Mary Poppins
    Mary Poppins
    Prince Edward Theatre

    Mary Poppins has returned to the West End at the Prince Edward Theatre in 2019. Featuring music and lyrics by the Sherman Brothers, with additional music and lyrics by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, it is based on the much-loved children's books by P. L. Travers and the 1964 Disney film of the same name. Julian Fellowes' book blends the original stories with the acclaimed film to create a new and iconic stage adventure. Mary Poppins reopens from 7 Aug. 2021.

  • Pride and Prejudice* (sort of) Criterion Theatre Jane Austen
    Pride and Prejudice* (sort of)
    Criterion Theatre

    It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a Jane Austen novel must be adapted - and this time, 30 years of pop hits and an irreverent all-female cast bring a bold new Pride and Prejudice to the Criterion Theatre!

  • Purple Snowflakes and Titty Wanking
    Purple Snowflakes and Titty Wanks
    Royal Court Theatre

    Saoirse Murphy moves from one chaotic world to another. From her religious home in Dublin, to a new exciting life in London. She’s had a taste of freedom and she’s making the most of it; but underneath it all she’s struggling to manage a big secret, and there’s only one person she can talk to about it.  

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