London Plays open on 14th November 2023
This October, London’s Hackney Town Hall becomes the Ministry of Truth for an extremely limited run with an immersive staging of 1984.
This joyous adaptation for the stage was created by Jack Thorne who wrote Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and was responsible for the new adaptation of Woyzeck which starred John Boyega.
“Shisha lounges are an essential part of the Muslim experience bruv, like the Fillet o Fish”
The sold-out National Theatre production transfers to the West End this Autumn.
Frank and Percy is a poignant and witty take on the unexpected relationship that blossoms between two men.
Ghosts is a scandalous and searing exploration of family secrets and forbidden desires.
Join us for Guys & Dolls as The Bridge transforms for one of the greatest musicals of all time. It has more hit songs, more laughs and more romance than any show ever written.The seating is wrapped ...
Bear witness to the greatest untold tragedy of William Shakespeare, the death of his son.
Wednesday 15th - Underground (1928) with live score, plus shortsLondon's Underground takes the starring role in this drama; with its busy corridors, shadowy passages and plunging escalators, British...
Penelope Skinner’s hilarious and heartfelt new play, Lyonesse is now playing for a strictly limited run at the Harold Pinter Theatre.
When I got your email my heart went out to you. All of a sudden it dawned on me how I had missed you – how I had missed what we’d had.
Theatre Royal Bath Productions present Felicity Kendal, Jonathan Coy, Matthew Kelly and Tracy-Ann Oberman in the fortieth anniversary production of one of the greatest British comedies ever written.
Desperate to maintain her connection to her heritage, Rachel organises the family’s very first celebration of Diwali
A chilling psychologicalhorror story for our time. Mehrosh, a celebrated student activist has been invited to an isolated house in the middle of a forest to take part in a debate with a powerful pol...
Nigel Havers and Patricia Hodge star in a sparkling new production of Noel Coward’s immortal comedy of bad manners.
The Interview explores one of history's most controversial interviews - Princess Diana's.
The world's longest-running play of any kind, Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap at the St Martin's Theatre
From the imagination of Neil Gaiman, best-selling author of Good Omens, Coraline and The Sandman, the National Theatre’s smash-hit production The Ocean at the End of the Lane returns to the West End this October for seven weeks only.
A couple is torn apart by time whilst being bound together by unconditional love.
He talks about going to Switzerland, to that place where you pay them to kill you… And I say “go! It’ll do you good. Broaden your horizons…you’ve never been abroad!