Shows in November 2018

40 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…

  • Caroline, or Change
    Caroline, or Change
    Playhouse Theatre

    Following sold-out runs in Chichester and at the Hampstead Theatre, the brilliant Sharon D Clarke reprises her role in Tony Kushner’s ‘modern masterpiece’, Caroline, or Change.

  • The Comedy About A Bank Robbery
    The Comedy About A Bank Robbery
    Criterion Theatre

    Mischief Theatre’s smash-and-grab hit The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is a fast, fabulous comedy caper and the funniest show in the West End!

    Book now for this dynamite comedy. It would be criminal to miss it!

  • Company
    Company
    Gielgud Theatre

    Broadway legend Patti LuPone will return to London in a new gender-reversed production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's 1970 musical Company. The musical opens in London's West End at the Gielgud Theatre, produced by Elliott Harper Productions, a new production company set up by director Marianne Elliott and theatre producer Chris Harper.

  • Ear for Eye
    Ear for Eye
    Royal Court Theatre

    Marchin’ days is over man.

    Patience is running out, times have changed.

    And progress isn’t enough.

    Black British. African American.

    Here. There.

    Now.

  • Faulty Towers The Dining Experience
    Faulty Towers The Dining Experience
    Radisson Blu Edwardian

    Inspired by one of Britain's greatest ever comedy series, this 2 hour interactive production is set in a restaurant where you the audience are the diners. If you love the original show, you'll find Faulty Towers The Dining Experience a unique, novel pleasure and unmissably great fun.

  • Faulty Towers The Dining Experience
    Faulty Towers The Dining Experience
    Radisson Blu Edwardian

    Inspired by one of Britain's greatest ever comedy series, this 2 hour interactive production is set in a restaurant where you the audience are the diners. If you love the original show, you'll find Faulty Towers The Dining Experience a unique, novel pleasure and unmissably great fun.

  • Going Through
    Bush Theatre

    “The little box is on the shelf. She is allowed to look at it and to touch it.
    I am not allowed to open it.
    She is not allowed to open it.
    I  promised.
    She promised.”

    For as long as she can remember, Nour has lived with Youmna. Youmna is beautiful and gentle and good, and she smells like the wind. She’s also deaf. But Youmna is not Nour’s mother, even though she wishes she was.

  • Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Harry Potter and The Cursed Child
    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.

  • The Height of the Storm
    The Height of the Storm
    Wyndham's Theatre

    Florian Zeller’s latest play The Height of the Storm is a compelling family drama revolving around André and Madeleine, a married couple of fifty years. The play takes place during one weekend on which their daughters visit. But the weekend takes a suspicious turn when a bunch of flowers, and a woman from the past, turn up.

  • Hole
    Hole
    Royal Court Theatre

    “We’re harpies.
    We’re a three headed bitch.
    We’ve been guarding the gates. 
    Now we’re throwing them open.”

    A hole in the ground. Three women are forcing their way out.
    They’re singing. They’re moving. They’re taking up space. And they refuse to apologise.

    “This is a take over. We’re taking over. 
    You came here to look.
    We’re giving you something to watch.”

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