Falsettos will receive its European premiere at The Other Palace in August 2019. The double Tony Award winning Falsettos is a hilarious and poignant look at a modern family revolving around the life of a gay man Marvin, his wife, his lover, his soon to be bar mitzvahed son, their psychiatrist, and the lesbians neighbours.
Shows on 23 September 2019
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Mange Tout, Mange Tout, my esteemed and honoured guests! For the first time ever, Trotters Independent Trading Company are unveiling their latest venture – The Cushty Pre-Show VIP Package exclusively at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.
Heartbeat of Home is a spine-tingling, tantalizing, high octane, sexy, dance and music extravaganza. It is a heart–stopping tour de force that features the dynamic, vibrant components of traditional Irish, Latin, Hip-Hop, Afro-Cuban and Contemporary music and dance, uniting performers and audiences on journeys to find a home, wherever that may be.
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.
St George’s Park Tea Room, Port Elizabeth, 1950. On a long rainy afternoon, employees Sam and Willie practise their steps for the finals of the ballroom dancing championship. Hally arrives from school to hide out in his parents’ tea room. These two men have been unlikely best friends to Hally his whole life. But it is apartheid era South Africa: he’s Master Harold, and they are the boys.
Tony Award-winning playwright Athol Fugard’s semi-autobiographical and blistering masterwork explores the nature of friendship, and the ways people are capable of hurting even those they love.
Four brawling lovers, caught in a dispute of increasingly magical proportions; a crew of keen mechanicals, determined to give it their all; and one roguish sprite, hell-bent on causing as much havoc as possible… What could possibly go wrong?
Exploding with dramatic poetry, mischief and merriment, this new technicolour production of Shakespeare’s raucous comedy comes to vivid life in our ultra-live and magical wooden O.
“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.
Aisha, Yomi, Beth and Opal couldn’t be more different, but when Aisha hosts a dinner party, the friends soon discover that they’re all looking for an answer to the same question. Does it lie in Aisha’s childhood? Or in Beth and Opal’s new romance? Who will tell them who they really are?
What starts out as a friendly conversation between women, soon turns heated when Yomi reveals what she really thinks about Beth and Opal’s relationship.
In a run-down community hall on the edge of town, a woman has been cooking lunch for those in need.
A choir is starting up, run by a volunteer who’s looking for a new beginning. A mother is seeking help in her fight to keep her young daughter from being taken into care. An older man sits silently in the corner, the first to arrive, the last to leave. Outside the rain is falling.
The sensational Broadway musical Hamilton originated off-Broadway at the Public Theater and went on to transfer to Broadway's Richard Rodgers Theatre where it opened on 6 August 2015. Following unanimous critical praise, the musical became of the highest grossing shows on Broadway each week, playing to capacity houses and audiences full of celebrities, politicians and members of theatre royalty.
First, do no harm.
(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.