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A new site-specific production of David Hare's verbatim play about railway privatisation chugs to life underground in The Vaults
Magical theatre adaptation of Man Booker-winning novel Life of Pi hits West End stage, after five-star reviews of sellout Sheffield production
Brian Friel's 'finest and most universal' play gets a major revival at the National Theatre
Kunene and the King transfers to Ambassadors Theatre after a five-star premiere in Stratford-upon-Avon
The Crown's leading duo star in Lungs by Duncan Macmillan, an emotional environmental rollercoaster that feels tailor-made for the present moment
Bijan Sheibani's production of 50s play A Taste of Honey comes to the West End after impressing on a National Tour
Ghost Stories returns for a limited run on the West End, just in time for a terrifying Halloween treat
LIMF 2020 brings the best of international non-verbal theatre to London
As You Like It, The Taming of the Shrew and Measure for Measure transfer to London after impressing in Stratford-upon-Avon
Rhys Ifans stars in Ed Thomas's semi-autobiographical story about the relationship between place and memory
From Tony Kushner's revenge comedy to Lucy Kirkwood's feminist crime mystery, here's what to book at the National Theatre 2020
After dazzling in 1996, Robert Lepage's seven-hour, multi-lingual epic exploring the effects of the nuclear bomb on Hiroshima is back
Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner star in a revival of Peter Nichols' landmark bittersweet comedy about caring for a disabled child
Variant 31, an immersive survival experience brings a high-adrenaline horror show to London
Director Roy Alexander Weise revives Athol Fugard's semi-autobiographical masterpiece about apartheid era South Africa with comedy and tragedy in miniature
David Mitchell plays William Shakespeare in a droll comedy by Blackadder writer Ben Elton. Upstart Crow began on screen and comes to the stage
A timely new play at Trafalgar Studio Two explores the link between teen suicide and social media
A world premiere from play writing royalty Tom Stoppard: Leopoldstadt follows the highs and lows of a Jewish family in the first half of the 20th century
Ben Duke’s Juliet & Romeo, a startling and thought provoking take on the greatest ever love story, returns for a short run at Wilton's Music Hall
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
Marina Carr and Yaël Farber collaborate in an atmospheric but overwrought new version of Lorca’s Blood Wedding at the Young Vic
From five-star transfers to provocative new plays, the new theatre shows to book now before they sell out
Toby Jones plays Uncle Vanya in Conor McPherson's fresh take on the Chekhov classic
Rafe Spall stars in a one-man show that explores class, race and identity in modern Britain
Lyndsey Turner directs a revival of Far Away featuring costumes designed by London College of Fashion students
After impressing in Bath, Richard Eyre's production of Blithe Spirit transfers to the West End, with Jennifer Saunders starring
Robert Icke's The Doctor, starring Juliet Stevenson, transfers to the West End after a stunning premiere at the Almeida
Sell-out production Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat returns to the London Palladium for summer 2020
Chimerica playwright Lucy Kirkwood's new play is about a jury of 12 women in 1759 who must decide if another woman is hanged
Tony Kushner (Angels in America) updates Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s visionary revenge play, The Visit
Hilarious double act Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas return to Battersea Arts centre with One, the final part in a trilogy about the difficulty of relationships
Playwright Inua Ellams re-imagines Chekhov's Three Sisters against the backdrop of Nigeria's Biafran Civil War