Shows on 25 November 2019

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  • La Clique
    La Clique

    The multi-award winning La Clique returns to the West End, a decade on from winning the Best Entertainment Olivier Award for its season at the Leicester Square Hippodrome. Born at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2004, this original and trailblazing Spiegeltent cabaret show has gone on to tour the globe to international acclaim and now returns to the beautiful Leicester Square Spiegeltent with a magnificent collection of extraordinary new artists and unmissable favourites.

  • Ghost Quartet
    Ghost Quartet
    Boulevard Theatre

    Rose has a problem. She’s been betrayed by her lover, a local tree-swelling astronomer, with her very own sister. Rose seeks vengeance and a passing bear might just offer the answer. But his service come at a price: a pot of honey, one piece of stardust, a secret baptism – and a photo of a ghost.

  • Soho Cinders
    Soho Cinders
    Charing Cross Theatre

    Soho Cinders is a deliciously naughty musical update of the Cinderella story with an infectious score that you'll be humming long past the stroke of midnight! When impoverished student Robbie becomes romantically involved with engaged London Mayoral candidate James Prince, his lap-dancing step-sisters become the least of his problems! James and Robbie's worlds collide, forcing them to fight for their own fairy-tale ending. 

  • God's Dice
    God's Dice
    Soho Theatre

    Science and religion go head-to-head in a ferociously funny battle for power, sex, fame and followers. Starring Alan Davies, David Baddiel’s debut play is an electric tragicomedy about the power of belief and our quest for truth in a fractured world.

  • Hansard
    Hansard
    Lyttelton Theatre, National

    It’s a summer’s morning in 1988 and Tory politician Robin Hesketh has returned home to the idyllic Cotswold house he shares with his wife of 30 years, Diana. But all is not as blissful as it seems. Diana has a stinking hangover, a fox is destroying the garden, and secrets are being dug up all over the place. As the day draws on, what starts as gentle ribbing and the familiar rhythms of marital scrapping quickly turns to blood-sport.

     

  • My Brilliant Friend
    Olivier Theatre, National

    Based on the celebrated novels by Elena Ferrante – published in over 50 countries – My Brilliant Friend is an epic story of love, violence, ambition and self-destruction.

    When the most important person in her life goes missing without a trace, Lenu Greco, now a celebrated author, begins to recall a relationship of more than 60 years.

  • The Arrival
    The Arrival
    Bush Theatre

    I’ve spent so much of my life wondering…passing people on the street…and now, yeah…this.

    When Tom meets Samad it’s like he’s coming face to face with himself. They have the same gestures, the same instincts…even the same handwriting. It’s as if a lifetime of questions can now be answered, as if all that that was missing is now found.

    But as they get closer, and their lives become more entangled, the insurmountable truth of their past threatens to bring everything crashing to the ground.

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