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  • Julie
    Lyttelton Theatre, National
    No Matinee

    August Strindberg's Miss Julie finds a new home in contemporary London, as Carrie Cracknell (The Deep Blue Sea) directs a cast including Vanessa Kirby (The Crown) and Eric Kofi Abrefa (The Amen Corner).

    Wild and newly single, Julie throws a late night party. In the kitchen, Jean and Kristina clean up as the celebration heaves above them.

  • Consent
    Harold Pinter Theatre
    Tuesday, Thursday Matinee

    Nina Raine’s blistering courtroom drama Consent transfers from the National Theatre for a run at the Harold Pinter Theatre in the West End. Tickets are available now.

  • End of the Pier
    End of the Pier
    Park Theatre
    Thursday Matinee

    Bobby was once a household name with 20 million TV viewers – but now the laughter has faded. Resigned to a life of solitude and second-rate panto performances, his glory days are behind him. When Michael, the nation’s favourite comedian, arrives at his door asking for help to save his career, Bobby is unwillingly thrown into the limelight once again.

  • One for Sorrow
    One for Sorrow
    Royal Court Theatre
    Thursday Matinee

    “You’ve endangered us. You’ve endangered your family.”

    During an attack on London, 20 year old Imogen joins a campaign offering refuge to victims. Before her family have even had a chance to have a reasonable discussion, John is at their door.

  • Pity
    Royal Court Theatre
    Thursday Matinee

    Rory Mullarkey’s new play asks whether things really are getting worse. And if we care.

    Rory returns to the Royal Court following his debut here with The Wolf from the Door in 2014. In the same year, he was awarded the George Devine Award, the Pinter Commission, and the James Tait Black Prize for Drama.

  • Translations
    Olivier Theatre, National
    No Matinee

    Ian Rickson directs Brian Friel's Translations, a powerful account of language and nationhood. Set in rural Donegal, the turbulent relationship between England and Ireland plays out in one quiet community. Cast includes Colin Morgan with designs by Rae Smith, lighting by Neil Austin and music by Stephen Warbeck.

    From May 2018. 

  • The Rise and Fall of Little Voice
    Park Theatre
    No Matinee

    A timid and brilliant young woman, Little Voice has a hidden talent - she can sing like the greatest divas of the 20th Century.

    Living a lonely life in a northern town, all she wants is to be safe in her room with her records. No chance with mother Mari on the rampage – she’s after booze, a man, a greasy breakfast, and a working phoneline. 

  • Killer Joe
    Killer Joe
    Trafalgar Studio One
    No Matinee

    Starring Orlando Bloom, Tracy Letts’ black comedy Killer Joe follows The Smith family who plot to murder a wealthy matriarch and claim her insurance money.

  • Lies
    £¥€$ (Lies)
    Almeida Theatre
    No Matinee

    "The best way to rob a bank is to own one" (William Crawford, Commissioner of the California Department of Savings and Loans).

    For one night only we invite you to join the super-rich. The 1%. You will call the shots. You will be the centre of the economy. You will have the power.

    Given the chance to do things your way - will you play it safe or risk it all?

  • Goodnight Mister Tom
    Goodnight Mister Tom
    Southwark Playhouse
    No Matinee

    One of the most uplifting stories ever written, Michelle Magorian’s stunning Goodnight Mister Tom is brought gloriously to life in this stage adaptation by David Wood – the UK’s ‘National Children’s Dramatist’ (The Times).

  • A Monster Calls
    A Monster Calls
    Old Vic Theatre
    Wednesday Matinee

    ‘Stories are wild creatures, the monster said. When you let them loose, who knows what havoc they might wreak?’

    Patrick Ness’s piercing novel A Monster Calls is brought to The Old Vic stage in a powerful new adaptation by visionary director Sally Cookson.

  • As You Like It
    As You Like It - Shakespeare's Globe
    Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
    No Matinee

    Rosalind, the daughter of an unjustly exiled duke, falls in love with the wronged Orlando, a courtier deprived of his birthright by his brother – but her usurping uncle, jealous of her popularity, banishes her from court. Disguised as a boy and accompanied by her cousin Celia, she seeks out her father and his friends in the Forest of Arden.

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