London Theatre Fringe & Off West End

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With more choice than ever before, there's never been a better time to see a Fringe show. From the iconic performances at the Off West End Globe theatre to the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, there really is something for everyone in London Fringe theatre.

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24 shows found
  • Jane Clegg
    Jane Clegg
    Finborough Theatre
    No Matinee

    Travelling salesman Henry Clegg has taken his wife, Jane, for granted for most of their marriage, as she endures his dishonesty, infidelity and neglect, as well as his demanding mother.

  • Little Miss Sunshine
    Little Miss Sunshine
    Arcola Theatre
    No Matinee

    The road to happiness is a bumpy ride.

    Based on the Oscar-winning film, Little Miss Sunshine is a new musical comedy from Tony Award-winners James Lapine (Into the Woods, Sunday in the Park with George) and William Finn (Falsettos, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee).

  • Nativity! The Musical
    Nativity! The Musical
    Eventim Apollo
    Thursday Matinee

    Your favourite festive film is now a major new musical adapted for the stage by Debbie Isitt, the creator of the much-loved films. 

    Feel –good, funny and full of yuletide joy, Nativity! The Musical features all of the favourite sing-a-long hits from the films including Sparkle and Shine, Nazareth, One Night One Moment, She’s the Brightest Star and a whole host of new songs filled with the spirit of Christmas!

    So join us this Christmas for some MAYHEM in Bethlehem!

  • Rust
    Rust
    Bush Theatre
    No Matinee

    Nadia and Daniel have a secret. In fact they have quite a few. They’ve just signed on the dotted line for a studio flat. Under a pseudonym, naturally – Mr and Mrs White. After years of school pick-ups, TV takeaways, and the day to day drudgery of married life, this is their chance to wipe the slate clean.

  • Strange Fruit
    Strange Fruit
    Bush Theatre
    Wednesday Matinee

    Alvin and Errol can’t picture much of a future for themselves. They’re young, Black and living in England in the 1980s, with an entire country and political system set against them. Instead they focus firmly on their past – the sunny Caribbean and heroic father they left behind when their mother brought them to England twenty years ago.

  • The End of History
    The End of History...
    Royal Court Theatre
    No Matinee

    “No talent at all when it comes to cooking – as you will discover – but when it comes to pissing off my children – immense talent – Olympian talent.”

  • The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    Iris Theatre
    No Matinee

    This vibrant, outdoor production of Victor Hugo’s epic tale of injustice, survival and love will be a spectacular adventure for all the family.

  • Three Sisters
    Three Sisters
    Almeida Theatre
    No Matinee

    We have no happiness and it doesn’t exist, we only desire it.

    1901. Moscow.
    In a drawing room, on a summer day, three sisters look for a new start.      
    Olga, the eldest. Masha, the middle child. Irina, the youngest.

  • Vassa
    Almeida Theatre
    No Matinee

    There are no miracles in this world. Only those we make for ourselves.

    It’s 8am and a revolt is underway.

    The father is dying. The son is spying. The wife is cheating. The uncle is stealing. The mother is scheming. The dynasty is crumbling. 

    One house. One fortune. One victor. 

  • When the Crows Visit
    Kiln Theatre
    Wednesday Matinee

    Trapped in a house that keeps its secrets behind closed doors, a mother is confronted with the ghosts of her past when her son returns home after finding himself embroiled in a scandal.

  • Wife
    Wife
    Kiln Theatre
    Wednesday Matinee

    Nora slammed the door on a broken, obsolete system for us, and now a hundred years later we have this free, independent union that’s not answerable to the interventions of the state and thrives irrespective of it.

    1959. 1988. 2019. 2042. Four couples intersect with a production of Ibsen’s A Doll’s House.

  • Yvette
    Yvette
    Bush Theatre
    Wednesday Matinee

    Evie is thirteen and lives in Neasden with her Mum. She wants to tell us about something… her crush on Lewis, trying to be a woman, friends, virginity, garage remixes, hello kitty underwear… an ‘Uncle’ lurking in the corner of her story.

    She wants to make us laugh, she’s pretty good at it. She wants to tell us something, but she daren’t let it out.

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