Shows in July 2016

168 shows found
  • 1984
    Playhouse Theatre

    April 1984. 13.00. Comrade 6079, Winston Smith, thinks a thought, starts a diary, and falls in love. But Big Brother is always watching.

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Brockley Jack Theatre
    A Midsummer Night's Dream - Brockley Jack Studio
    Brockley Jack Studio

    Fairies are fighting. Lovers are chasing. Town folk are playing. On a midsummer night in the Duke's Oak, a magical wood just outside of Athens, their lives collide and change forever. Wildcard present this enduring tale of magic tricks, lover's tiffs and showmanship.    

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream
    A Midsummer Night's Dream - Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
    Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

    When four lovers, a host of fairies and the mischievous Puck take to the woods, magic, comedy and confusion ensue in equal measure.

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Southwark Playhouse
    A Midsummer Night's Dream - Southwark Playhouse
    Southwark Playhouse

    Shakespeare's classic comedy with only 7 actors

  • A View From Islington North
    A View From Islington North
    Arts Theatre

    "Politics has become too serious a matter to be left to politicians"
    TS Eliot
    Acclaimed director Max Stafford-Clark teams up with some of our most celebrated playwrights for an evening of political satire.

  • Aladdin
    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.

  • American Idiot
    American Idiot
    Arts Theatre

    Green Day's explosive, award-winning Broadway musical American Idiot, returns to The Arts theatre after a smash-hit run last year.

  • And This Is My Friend Mr Laurel
    And This is My Friend Mr Laurel
    Jermyn Street

    Set in the bedroom of a sick Oliver Hardy, the show takes place during Laurel's visit to the dying man. Recounting their past success as the comedy double act Laurel and Hardy, this is a humorous and touching look at one of the great cinematic partnerships of the last century.

  • Austentatious: An Improvised Jane Austen Novel
    Austentatious: An Improvised Jane Austen Novel

    Austentatious returns to Southbank Centre, resplendent with Regency-era adventures.

    In each show, the all-star cast improvise a brand new Jane Austen work before your eyes, based only on audience suggestions. Previous 'lost' masterpieces have included Sixth Sense and SensibilityDouble 0 Darcy and Mansfield Shark.

  • Babes in Arms
    Babes in Arms
    Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Pub

    A group of teenagers are left without adult supervision when their folks hit the vaudeville summer circuit, and the local sheriff is determined to send the loafers to a work farm. But the determined kids talk the sheriff into a two week reprieve, just enough time to produce their own show and prove their mettle. The son of a wealthy Southerner agrees to bankroll the production but only on the condition that the two black kids not appear in the show. The other kids are outraged, but of course the show must go on and does, in a succession of comeuppance, reconciliation and romance.

  • Barbu
    The Spiegeltent

    Daring, daft, and sexy as hell: this is cabaret, but not as you know it.

    Performed by one of the world's greatest circus companies – Canada's Cirque Alfonse – it takes edge-of-your-seat, off-the-wall entertainment to a whole other level.

  • Barry Humphries Weimar Cabaret
    Barry Humphries Weimar Cabaret

    Barry Humphries curates, presents and performs the degenerate music of Berlin’s Weimar Republic (1920s-30s) including jazz, cabaret, tango and Broadway-musical style pieces. The hedonistic partying and social revolution of this era is re-awakened in this full-throttle concert featuring international cabaret sensation Meow Meow.

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