Shows in May 2017

33 shows found
  • 42nd Street
    42nd Street
    Theatre Royal Drury Lane

    Broadway’s Biggest Show, on the West End’s Biggest Stage. 

    42nd Street is the song and dance, American dream fable of Broadway. Young Peggy Sawyer is fresh off the bus from small-town America and just another face in the chorus line on Broadway’s newest show. But when the leading lady gets injured, Peggy might just have the shot at stardom she's always dreamed of…

  • Alice Underground
    Alice Underground

    ”There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of Wonder, Mystery and Danger” wrote Lewis Carroll.

    In 2017, we invite you back. Back to this very place...

    Fall deep into the Vaults, hidden beneath Waterloo station and lose yourself in a land far removed from our own. But this isn’t Alice's adventure, it's yours...

  • An American in Paris
    An American in Paris
    Dominion Theatre

    Acclaimed as “a perfect integration of dance, romance and classic Gershwin” (The New York Times), An American In Paris is the award-winning, thrillingly staged and astonishingly danced Broadway musical featuring some of the greatest music and lyrics ever written.

  • Assata
    Assata Taught Me
    Gate Theatre

    Fanuco’s taking English lessons from the only American he knows. The thing is, she’s the FBI’s most wanted woman and he’s a Cuban teenager desperate to live the American Dream. When will he realise his mentor is a former Black Panther, a convicted felon and has a million dollars on her head? The world premiere of Ssebandeke’s gripping and tense play explores black struggle across generations and genders.

  • Carousel
    London Coliseum

    Rodgers & Hammerstein’s iconic musical Carousel comes to the London Coliseum, starring Alfie Boe and Katherine Jenkins on stage together for the very first time. They will be joined by members of ENO’s award-winning Orchestra and Chorus.

  • City of Glass
    City of Glass
    Lyric Hammersmith

    59 Productions, HOME & Lyric Hammersmith will present the world premiere of Paul Auster’s City of Glass adapted by Duncan Macmillan, which will run at the Lyric Hammersmith. Adapted from the first novel of 'The New York Trilogy' by Paul Auster and the graphic novel by Paul Karasik and David Mazzucchelli, the production will feature cutting-edge projection-mapping, combined with stagecraft, magic and illusion to immerse audiences into Quinn’s increasingly dystopic and fragmented world.

  • Faulty Towers The Dining Experience
    Faulty Towers The Dining Experience
    Torquay Suite Theatre

    When guests become diners in the ‘Faulty Towers’ restaurant and they’re served by Basil, Sybil and Manuel, pretty much anything can happen – especially when two-thirds of the show is improvised.


    Book your Faulty Towers The Dining Experience tickets, playing at The Torquay Suite Theatre today.

  • Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Harry Potter and The Cursed Child Parts I & II
    Palace Theatre

    One of the world's most beloved characters comes to the stage for the very first time in a brand new production produced by Sonia Friedman Productions, Colin Callender’s Playground Entertainment and Harry Potter Theatrical Productions. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a brand new stage play based on the Harry Potter franchise written by Jack Thorne based on an original story by J.K Rowling and is now running at the Palace Theatre in London's West End.

  • James Thierree-The Toad Knew
    James Thierree-The Toad Knew
    Sadler's Wells

    Following Tabac Rouge in 2014, Thierree returns with his latest critically acclaimed creation, featuring a seamless mix of mechanical marvels, music, surreal humour and acrobatic finesse.

    Music: Recorded, with singer on stage.

  • Killology
    Royal Court Theatre

    A controversial new gaming experience is inspiring a generation. In Killology, players are rewarded for torturing victims, scoring points for "creativity". But Killology isn't sick. In fact it’s marketed by its millionaire creator as a deeply moral experience. Because yes, you can live out your darkest fantasies, but you don’t escape their consequences. Out on the streets, not everybody agrees with him. Gary Owen returns to the Royal Court with his new play Killology directed by Rachel O’Riordan in a co-production with the Sherman Theatre.

  • La Strada
    La Strada
    The Other Palace

    A visually stunning new stage adaptation of Fellini’s classic 1957 film La Strada, directed by Olivier Award nominee Sally Cookson (Jane Eyre National Theatre, Hetty Feather West End), boasting a beautiful score by Benji Bower, with songs performed live on stage by a multi-talented cast.

  • Madame Rubinstein
    Madame Rubinstein
    Park Theatre

    The Park Theatre brings you the world premiere of a brand new comedy starring BAFTA award-winning stage and screen favourite Miriam Margolyes as Helena Rubinstein, the cosmetics entrepreneur extraordinaire.

    Set against the glamorous skylines of 1950s Manhattan, Madame Rubinstein is locked in a brutal power struggle with her arch rivals from the business world of beauty: Elizabeth Arden and Revlon.

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