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This is such great news! The brilliant Amy Adams will make her West End debut as Amanda Wingfield in a new production directed by Jeremy Herrin. Paul Hilton, Tom Glynn-Carney, Lizzie Annis and Victor Alli will also star in Tennessee Williams’ classic memory play. This is the debut production from Second Half Productions, co-founded by Jeremy Herrin, Alan Stacey and Rob O’Rahilly. And it has all the makings of a massive success. Don’t miss it!
Opens: Monday, 23 May 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 28 August 2022
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Do you love funny? If you want to catch Noel Coward’s delightful comedy play Blithe Spirit, it’s on stage at London’s Harold Pinter theatre from 16th September to 6th November 2021. Spooky goings on, classic Coward comedy and wonderfully sharp dialogue await you in this hugely popular production, a critically acclaimed version directed by Sir Richard Eyre and starring Jennifer Saunders as the eccentric Medium Madame Arcati. You won't want to miss this one!
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This festive season, you’re invited to once again step inside the spectacular Spiegeltent for a night of laughs, gasps and can’t believe your eyes moments, with the unmissable trailblazer, La Clique. The multi-award-winning cabaret extravaganze returns to London's Leicester Square this November for eight weeks only.
Opens: Friday, 12 November 2021 Booking until: Sunday, 9 January 2022
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You know the song – everyone does. You've seen the animated film. You have read the book. Maybe you've experienced all three? Now it's time to treat the family to the theatre production, a wonderful bitter-sweet, feel-good show that has been delighting audiences of every age since 1986, and is still going strong.
Opens: Saturday, 20 November 2021 Booking until: Sunday, 2 January 2022
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If you thoroughly enjoy being frightened, you’ll love this super-scary show, an exercise in pure gothic creepiness that’ll see you hanging onto the edge of your seat and jumping at the slightest sound. The fact that it has been released as a film, starring Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe, is testament to its uncanny appeal.
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Treat yourself to one of the West End’s most popular theatre shows, an Agatha Christie classic that’ll have you on the edge of your seat as the mystery unfolds. The setting: a country hotel, where the guests are snowed in with a murderer in their midst. Who did the dirty deed? The Mousetrap is an intricate, complex tale of dark deeds that’s loved by audiences from all over the world.
Sonia Friedman Productions and the Royal Court Theatre have announced the long-awaited return of Ian Rickson's production of Jez Butterworth's Jerusalem. This brilliantly eccentric play is set to arrive in the West End in late April 2022 for a strictly limited 16 week season, and the full cast will be announced shortly. Like the producers, we're thrilled to confirm that this brilliant piece of contemporary British drama is returning to the stage.
Opens: Saturday, 16 April 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 7 August 2022
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Are you ready for a hugely popular literary classic that’s been given a very cool contemporary facelift? Pride and Prejudice (sort of) is premiering at the Criterion Theatre, playing in the West End for the first time and guaranteed to delight. This is Jane Austen’s delicious romantic novel re-imagined, and the results are utterly hilarious.
To Kill a Mockingbird is a 2018 play based on the 1960 novel of the same name. It was written by the brilliant Harper Lee and has been adapted for stage by Aaron Sorkin. It opened on Broadway in late 2018, a well-loved story set in the 1930s Deep South. This powerful tale of racial injustice deals with the fate of a black man, Tom Robinson, who is accused of raping a white woman. It stars the lawyer Atticus Finch and his daughter Scout, who together bring fresh hope to a community in crisis. Don't miss this. Seriously, it really is amazing.
Opens: Thursday, 10 March 2022 Booking until: Saturday, 13 August 2022
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Based on the wonderful novel by Mark Haddon and adapted by Simon Stephens, this production is so good it has transferred to the West End, an accolade only achieved by the very best on-stage entertainment. And Adrian Sutton's soundtrack adds a very special extra dimension to this offbeat tale of a very unusual boy, a garden fork and a dead dog.
Opens: Saturday, 20 November 2021 Booking until: Sunday, 9 January 2022
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After a smash hit UK tour this hilarious play, which has won numerous accolades from reviewers who have laughed themselves silly over it, returns to the West End. If you haven't seen it yet and you love classic British comedies like the TV series Fawlty Towers, this one's for you. Funny just doesn't do it justice!
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A 2 hour interactive production set in a restaurant where the audience are the diners who enjoy a 3 course lunch or dinner. Faulty Towers The Dining Experience debuted in Brisbane on April 24 1997. Since then thousands of people have enjoyed the antics of Basil, Sybil and Manuel. This is the 5-star critically acclaimed production constantly in demand throughout the Australia, Europe, United Kingdom, Ireland, Scandinavia, United Arab Emirates ...
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There's something about the 1920s, the so-called Roaring Twenties, that inspires the imagination. If you were poor back then your life, especially in the USA where The Great Gatsby is set, was probably one of deprivation and difficulty.
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London County Hall is the perfect venue for this, a resurrection of one of Agatha Christie's best short stories and a courtroom drama that'll have you on the edge of your seat. Witness for the Prosecution is the name of the play, and it's as tense and dramatic as you'd expect from the pen of one of the most respected and original mistresses of crime drama.
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Introducing an hilarious new show due at the magnificent Vaudeville theatre in the West End. It has been create by the remarkable magicians Penn & Teller, in collaboration with Mischief Theatre, and it conjures an entire evening of magical splendour, almost all of which goes horribly wrong. It's one of the funniest plays for ages, as you'd expect from the Mischief Theatre company. Read on...
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The scene is Vienna, the date is 1900. At the time the city was a vibrant centre of the arts, a creative hub, a vivid place where intellectual exploration was the nborm, a city of joy and pleasure. One in ten of the people were Jewish, given civil full rights by the Emperor Franz Josef. As a result of the Emperor's edict Jewish people streamed into the city, escaping from violence elsewhere in the world. Thousands of them settled in the tenement houses of the ancient Jewish quarter, an area called Leopoldstadt. And that's the location for this extraordinary play, a brand new masterwork by Tom Stoppard.
Wyndhams theatre is your venue for Lolita Chakrabarti's magnificent take on the extraordinary award-winning novel, Life of Pi. It's a five-star production that has thrilled audiences and critics alike, and the puppetry is quite simply out of this world. What a story. What a ride. Don't miss the theatrical treat that has audiences talking, and critics talking, and will probably see everyone and his dog fighting for tickets. It really is remarkable.
Opens: Sunday, 14 November 2021 Booking until: Sunday, 27 February 2022
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Are you ready for some fun? Do you remember the classic horror movie Jaws? This is the story of what went on backstage when the cameras weren't rolling, and it's very funny indeed. The Shark Is Broken is on at the Ambassadors Theatre for a strictly limited run, and it's a laugh a minute. Don't miss this dazzlingly funny accompaniment to the 1975 film.
You want to immerse yourself in a fascinating story of love and courage in wartime. You adore ballet. This is a perfect match, inspired by the extraordinary spirit of Florence Nightingale and the brave nurses who joined her to treat the men wounded on the filthy battlefields of the Crimean war. Welcome to Tamara Rojo's Raymonda.
Opens: Thursday, 13 January 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 23 January 2022
Sh!t-faced Shakespeare® is back for the 5th year at Leicester Square Theatre and it’s going to be a bloodbath, with their all-new production of Macbeth.
Upon hearing the weird sisters’ prediction, Macbeth and his wily wife take matters into their own hands and burn down everything in their wake. Well, almost. Fair is foul and foul is fair in this tale of prophecy gone slightly off the rails. Perhaps an inebriated actor will help the process along?
Opens: Thursday, 28 March 2024 Booking until: Thursday, 28 March 2024
Following a sold out run at the National Theatre, the acclaimed production of The Ocean at the End of the Lane transfers to the West End October 2021.
Returning to his childhood home, a man finds himself standing beside the pond of the old Sussex farmhouse where he used to play. He’s transported to his 12th birthday when his friend Lettie claimed it wasn’t a pond, but an ocean…Plunged into a magical world, their survival depends on their ability to reckon with ancient forces that threaten to destroy everything around them.
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The story of the despotic King Henry 8th and Thomas Cromwell, the 1st Earl of Essex, remains as compelling as it ever has been, echoing down the centuries. Cromwell was a lawyer and statesman of humble birth, eventually becoming chief minister to King Henry VIII from 1534. In 1540 he was beheaded. Cromwell was one of the most powerful drivers of the English Reformation, Dame Hilary Mantel wrote the trilogy, and this is the third play in the series. Don't miss the drama!
Four Quartets is directed by Ralph Fiennes who will be joined by a remarkable creative team including Hildegard Bechtler (Designer) who won an Olivier Award for After the Dance at the National Theatre and received nominations for Top Hat and Oresteia; Tim Lutkin (Lighting), winner of an Olivier Award for Chimerica and Christopher Shutt (Sound), winner of a Tony Award for War Horse. The Assistant Director is Eva Sampson and the Movement Director is Fin Walker.
Opens: Saturday, 20 November 2021 Booking until: Monday, 20 December 2021
The runaway international hit from the creative minds of Andrew Kay – Soweto Gospel Choir, Noise Boys, Gobsmacked and the award-winning North by Northwest – and Nic Doodson – The Magnets, Gobsmacked and Noise Boys – opens in London’s West End!
Opens: Friday, 29 October 2021 Booking until: Sunday, 13 February 2022
Meet David Suchet. He’s famous for bringing us the classic TV series Poirot, revealing the life and times of one of the crime writer Agatha Christie’s most popular detectives. But there’s a lot more to this actor’s story than the curiously-moustached Belgian crime-buster we all know and love. This is your chance to enjoy an intimate audience with a man who has fast become a British national treasure, and you’re going to love it.
Opens: Tuesday, 4 January 2022 Booking until: Saturday, 22 January 2022
The antics of the Wicksteed home are a darkly satirical merry-go-round in Alan Bennett’s Habeas Corpus. Family, friends and the quest for sexual pleasures of the body (“corpus”) are the ruling passions in this farcical comedy of ill-manners. Through an escapade of mistaken identities and carnal encounters, one motto holds fast: “He whose lust lasts, lasts longest.”
Opens: Friday, 3 December 2021 Booking until: Sunday, 27 February 2022
In a world full of endless possibilities why must we still limit ourselves with labels? That’s the central premise of this exceptional piece of 2009 drama from the wonderful Mike Bartlett. It has been called ‘mercilessly accurate, wickedly funny and strangely touching’, and it is as sharp as a razor. Welcome to Mike Bartlett’s Cock, a play for our times.
Opens: Saturday, 5 March 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 5 June 2022
Starring: Jade Anouka, Jonathan Bailey, Phil Daniels, Taron Egerton
Jodie Comer is an Emmy and Bafta Award-winning star, loved for her quirkily evil role in TV's Killing Eve as well as Free Guy and The Last Duel. This is her West End debut and the long-awaited British premiere of Suzie Miller's darkly entertaining award-winner of a play. Prima Facie whisks audiences to the uncomfortable place where emotion and experience clash with the rules of the game. Awesome drama!
Opens: Friday, 15 April 2022 Booking until: Saturday, 18 June 2022
Brian and Roger met at a support group for recently divorced men. Roger was attending because he was genuinely grieving the loss of his marriage. Brian was instructed to attend by his solicitor if he wanted to dodge paying alimony. Roger is in need of guidance and support, which Brian willingly supplies. Both are starting again. Both are finding it hard. One of them is nice.