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Florian Zeller's latest play on his theme of the family and mental illness . . . .
Ivo van Hove's fascinating adaptation of an iconic film with Gillian Anderson and Lily James
all about the impact made by young British rock musicians in the 1960s..
Mark Ravenhill's latest play centres on an historical clash of values for a school teacher nearing retirement
Robert Icke deconstructs Ibsen's play
Martin McDonagh's new play is a sinister comedy starring Jim Broadbent
a look at the origins of the bank which failed spectacularly in 2008, with a British star cast and Sam Mendes as director.
Florian Zeller's elliptical play stars Eileen Atkins and Jonathan Pryce in a play about death and denial .
The God of the Underworld Hades is the most attractive prospect in this musical myth of the
and those fateful pomegranate seeds . . . .
Henry VIII's famous succession of six wives form the basis for this feminist, satirical and thrilling musical peopled by pop princesses .
A home grown rock musical is set to become the 1980s cult sensation for the twenty first century . . . .
The Donmar Warehouse stages another Brian Friel play
Michaela Strachan narrates close encounters with these magnificent creatures from our past
The Open Air in Regent's Park stages Little Shop of Horrors with fabulous designs of Skid Row and triffid like tentacles
Belgian Theatre Collective's innovative immersive theatre experience of thrills and spills in the world of high finance
The much anticipated return of Mark Rylance to Shakespeare's Globe reinterprets Othello as a comedy
This show recreates beautifully the iconic music and harmonisation of the Simon and Garfunkel live concerts
But It Still Goes On This play by famous poet and novelist Robert Graves was never performed and the fabulous Finborough stages its first production
An immersive production that takes you inside a refugee camp of migrants hoping to get from France to England
The National Theatre's production of Nina Raine's play about barristers and rape transfers to the West End . .
The first production in both French and English in London's West End is of Moliere's Tartuffe
Joe Penhall's play is set in the music industry with a debate about creative ownership and a superlative performance from Ben Chaplin
Mike Bartlett's first play gets its first staging from Defibrillator .
David Hare's latest play looks at the love story of the founders of Glyndebourne Opera in Sussex with artists fleeing Hitler's Germany
Superb play from actor David Haig about the weather for the D Day landings
a star is born in this new London musical. . .
The Royal Shakespeare Company has found a new star in Paapa Essiedu's Prince of Denmark
The Hamilton phenomenon takes London by storm
a new comedy from Richard Bean and Clive Coleman about the early life in London of Karl Marx as a young reprobate
Mike Bartlett has compared his play to Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard. Others are saying that this is Britain's first serious Brexit play