Lyttelton - National Theatre4/5 - based on 1 review - (Read reviews) 4 1 review Tickets from £48.00
A piercing look at power and family.
Roger Allam (Les Misérables, The Thick of It) returns to the National for the first time in a decade to play Rutherford in this new production directed by Polly Findlay (Beginning).
In a Northern industrial town, John Rutherford rules both factory and family with an iron will. But even as the furnaces burn relentlessly at the Glassworks, at home his children begin to turn against him.
Githa Sowerby’s astonishing play was inspired by her own experience of growing up in a family-run factory in Gateshead. Writing in 1912, when female voices were seldom heard on British stages, she now claims her place alongside Ibsen and Bernard Shaw with this searing depiction of class, gender and generational warfare.
The SpiegeltentTickets from £9.50
Why toddle when you can dance, dance, dance!
This international-hit, early childhood event let's parents and children five and under loose on the dance floor, in this friendliest of discos.
Selling out shows all over the world come find out why Monski Mouse and her Dancers are a hit with children and parents alike! Recently ex-Londoner, Aussie DJ, Producer and Mum of two, Monski Mouse, created the show in 2012 in response to becoming a Mum, having been a festival DJ for the earlier 10 years and performed in early childhood theatre.
Baby Disco Dance Hall is designed as a super-fun session of dancing and play with your small person as you bop to an eclectic selection of retro classics, thumping nursery rhymes and funky tunes. Grab your rainbow sequenced onesies and get your disco-dancing-booties on! (that means you too Mum & Dad!)
Royal Opera House2.5/5 - based on 2 reviews - (Read reviews) 2.5 2 reviews Tickets from £53.60
Carmen is the best-known work by French composer Georges Bizet, and one of the most famous operas in the entire art form – numbers such as the Habanera and the Toreador Song have permeated the popular consciousness as little else has. The opera’s heady combination of passion, sensuality and violence initially proved too much for the stage, and it was a critical failure on its 1875 premiere. Bizet died shortly after, and never learned of the spectacular success his Carmen would achieve: the opera has been performed more than five hundred times at Covent Garden alone.
Prince Edward Theatre4.7/5 - based on 1329 reviews - (Read reviews) 4.7 1329 reviews Tickets from £29.50
Barbican Theatre4.5/5 - based on 4 reviews - (Read reviews) 4.5 4 reviews Tickets from £32.10
The Other Palace4.6/5 - based on 9 reviews - (Read reviews) 4.6 9 reviews Tickets from £17.75
Trafalgar Studio TwoTickets from £17.75
Wyndham's Theatre4/5 - based on 41 reviews - (Read reviews) 4 41 reviews Tickets from £14.75
Duke of York's Theatre4.8/5 - based on 47 reviews - (Read reviews) 4.8 47 reviews Tickets from £15.00
Gielgud Theatre3.3/5 - based on 8 reviews - (Read reviews) 3.3 8 reviews Tickets from £8.00
The SpiegeltentTickets from £23.80
After touring the globe, the legendary cabaret YUMMY is making its London debut! Join the ever fabulous and award-winning ensemble as they take you on the most delicious and unpredictable ride of your life.
The SpiegeltentTickets from £26.20
Your favourite trash glamour disco circus club night is back in town! Late night variety show and debaucherous disco after party, expect a pumping soundtrack with your favourite dance floor smashes and ridiculous performances from the Briefs boys joined by a cavalcade of world class, hand-selected guest cabaret and circus artists.
Stomp it out on the catwalk, dance until late, laugh until you ache and experience the fabulousness that is Club Briefs.
The SpiegeltentTickets from £14.30
Timothy Pope is looking through his telescope –but wait, is that a Shark, in the Park!? From the creative team behind ‘The Hairy Maclary show’ - see all 3 of Nick Sharratt’s ‘Shark in the Park’ books live on Stage!
Featuring all 3 of the ‘Shark in the Park’ Series – Shark in the Park, Shark in the Dark and Shark in the Park on a Windy Day – this fin-tastic, family musical follows Timothy Pope (and his telescope!) on 3 exciting adventures…
RoundhouseTickets from £17.90
One day. Six cities. A thousand stories.
Following two sell-out runs at the National Theatre and a world tour, Inua Ellams’ acclaimed Barber Shop Chronicles comes to the Roundhouse this summer.
Newsroom, political platform, local hotspot, confession box, preacher-pulpit and football stadium. For generations, African men have gathered in barber shops to discuss the world. These are places where the banter can be barbed and the truth is always telling.
Old Vic Theatre4.7/5 - based on 3 reviews - (Read reviews) 4.7 3 reviews Tickets from £77.40
Iris Theatre5/5 - based on 1 review - (Read reviews) 5 1 review Tickets from £16.50
Join us this summer for an outdoor promenade performance of Shakespeare’s Hamlet in the beautiful grounds of St Paul’s Church in the heart of Covent Garden.
Amid the rubble of the old politics a populist King rose to power, promising a return to England’s golden age. But now he is dead, murdered; and in the following bloodbath his brother has seized the throne.
A masked figure has been seen, stalking the shadows. There is whisper of a resistance, gathering in the dark.
To be or not to be, that is the question - but can the nation’s heir, Hamlet, find the answers?
Uphold the state; or join the rebels?
Be ready to choose in this thrilling contemporary production of Shakespeare’s greatest play.
Duke of York's TheatreTickets from £12.50
Royal Court TheatreTickets from £16.70
“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.”
Newbury, 1997. Sal is attempting to cook dinner for the family. She and husband David have pulled off a coup and gathered their brood back home for the weekend. Eldest son Carl is bringing his new girlfriend to meet everyone for the first time; middle daughter Polly is back from Cambridge University for the occasion; and youngest Tom will hopefully make it out of detention in time for dinner.
Sal and David would rather feed their kids with leftist ideals and welfarism than fancy cuisine. When you’ve named each of your offspring after your socialist heroes, you’ve given them a lot to live up to…
“When I was your age I wanted to be in a band and sleep with Mick Jagger – and Jimi Hendrix – so who am I to judge the choices you’ve made so far?”
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