Shows on 12 September 2019

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  • Torch Song
    Torch Song
    Turbine Theatre

    The Turbine Theatre’s inaugural season opens with TORCH SONG, a new revival of Harvey Fierstein’s dizzyingly funny and deeply touching landmark play, directed by Olivier Award-winning Drew McOnie (King Kong, Strictly Ballroom, On The Town).

  • The Bridges of Madison County
    The Bridges of Madison County
    Menier Chocolate Factory

    The Menier Chocolate Factory is pleased to present the UK premiere of the musical version of the best-selling novel by Robert James Waller and subsequent motion picture directed by Clint Eastwood.

  • Queen of the Mist
    Queen of the Mist
    Charing Cross Theatre

    Queen Of The Mist, which received its UK premiere in a sold-out run at the Jack Studio Theatre in April, is based on the astounding and outrageous true story of Anna Edson Taylor, who in 1901 on her 63rd birthday set out to be the first person to survive a trip over Niagara Falls in a barrel of her own design.

  • Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie
    Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie
    London County Hall

    You have been summoned for jury service... Step inside the magnificent surroundings of London County Hall and experience the intensity and drama of Agatha Christie’s gripping story of justice, passion and betrayal in a unique courtroom setting.

  • A Doll's House
    A Doll's House
    Lyric Hammersmith Theatre

    Calcutta. 1879.

    Niru, is a young Bengali woman in a mixed-race marriage with an English colonial bureaucrat – Tom.

    Tom loves Niru, exoticising her as a frivolous plaything to be admired and kept. But Niru has a long-kept secret. And just as she thinks she is almost free of it, it threatens to bring her life crashing down around her.

    Tanika Gupta reimagines Ibsen’s classic play of gender politics through the lens of British colonialism, offering a bold, female perspective exploring themes of ownership and race.

  • Fame
    Fame
    Peacock Theatre

    Get ready for the musical that lives forever, and join the fame-hungry students New York’s High School For The Performing Arts as they tackle life, love and legwarmers alongside the eternal search for stardom.

    Based on the classic 80’s film, Fame the Musical features the Oscar-winning title song, and a dynamite cast of fearless performers including Keith Jack.

  • The Fishermen
    The Fishermen
    Trafalgar Studio Two

    In a small Nigerian town Ben, Obembe and their two older brothers slip away to fish at a forbidden river. Unnoticed and carefree they continue until the prophecy of a madman changes the course of their lives forever.

    Based on the Man Booker Prize shortlisted novel by one of Africa's major new voices, New Perspectives’ critically acclaimed award-winning production of Chigozie Obioma’s powerful allegory of brotherhood, vengeance and fate adapted by Gbolahan Obisesan arrives in the West End for the first time.

  • Sh*tfaced Shakespeare: Hamlet
    Sh*tfaced Shakespeare: Hamlet
    Leicester Square Theatre

    Sh*t-faced Shakespeare is back for 2019 and they promise to be wilder, funnier, gorier, more outrageous and drunker than ever before!

  • Anahera
    Anahera
    Finborough Theatre

    “Our children do as they’re told. That’s our family dynamic”

    A European debut for an exciting new voice from New Zealand.

    11-year-old Harry Hunter is missing. 

    While they wait for news, Anahera – a newly qualified Māori social worker – supports Harry’s distraught parents. 

    But as the hours pass and the situation pushes everyone to their limits, Anahera is forced to take a stand. 

  • The Doctor
    The Doctor
    Almeida Theatre

    ​First, do no harm. 

    doctor

    (noun) one who mends or repairs; in popular current use, applied to any medical practitioner. Also a traditional healer or diviner.

    (verb) to treat so as to alter the appearance or character of; to falsify, tamper with, disguise.

    Almeida Associate Director Robert Icke and Juliet Stevenson reunite at the Almeida for their third collaboration, following Mary Stuart and Hamlet. 

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