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Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
Sean Foley adapts and directs The Man in the White Suit starring Stephen Mangan
The roaring twenties come to life with sparkle, drama and a large yet intimate party in this immersive production of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby
Jamie Lloyd directs a new open air production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's 1978 hit musical Evita
Seize your second chance to see some our favourite plays from the last year as they transfer to the West End due to popular demand
Ned Bennett's triumphant production of Equus brings ecstatic acting and illicit horseplay to Trafalgar Studios
Appropriate, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s incendiary exploration of race set in a former slave plantation, gets its UK premiere
From pop-up Shakespeare in Westminster Abbey to Phoebe Waller-Bridge's Fleabag swansong: the 8 shows you need to see in August
Rhys Ifans stars in Ed Thomas's semi-autobiographical story about the relationship between place and memory
After controversy over authorship, Kwame Kwei-Armah and Idris Elba’s in new multimedia musical brings spirit and soul to the Young Vic
Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed! The Musical from Beano Studios and Selladoor is bringing laughs to the stage in a UK tour with London dates in March 2020.
Adored kids' book Mr Gum and the Dancing Bear is now a wildly entertaining musical at the National's Dorfman Theatre this summer
Nicholas Hytner will transform Philip Pullman's La Belle Sauvage into a play at The Bridge Theatre in 2020
Exended due to popular demand: this utterly heart-warming musical about those stranded in the aftermath of 9/11 will restore your faith in humanity
Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig premieres a gripping story of a whistleblower during the Chinese Aids crisis at the Hampstead Theatre
Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner star in a revival of Peter Nichols' landmark bittersweet comedy about caring for a disabled child
Jill Murphy's beloved The Worst Witch gets the West End treatment this summer and it's the ideal show for the 6-8 set.
James McAvoy plays Cyrano de Bergerac in a freely-adapted new version of the play, directed by Jamie Lloyd
An immersive murder mystery invites you to investigate a crime in the spooky surroundings of a church and graveyard
Australian circus sensation, Rouge, is hurtling into Underbelly Festival with a smorgasbord of visual and sonorous delights
Jeremy Herrin's production of beloved back-stage farce Noises Off comes to the West End after delighting at the Lyric Hammersmith
80s sci-fi, Disney musicals, quirky romance or weepy classic: the hit films adapted for the London Stage
Four millennials looking for love and a place to live find themselves in a complicated web of desire and rivalry in this new site-specific play
The Doctor stars Juliet Stevenson and is Robert Icke’s final production as associate director of the Almeida Theatre
Jack Thorne's absorbing and atmospheric new version of A Christmas Carol returns to The Old Vic for its third year
Children get free theatre tickets throughout August to the very best London family shows on the West End and beyond
We're on track for a very wonderful Christmastime in 2020, with Paul McCartney's musical version of It's A Wonderful Life due to hit the stage
Phoebe-Waller Bridge plays Fleabag on stage for the final time in a revival of the 2013 one-woman show that catalysed a TV phenomenon
The musical adaptation of everyone’s favourite French film, Amélie, returns to the London stage for Christmas
Clive Owen returns to the stage after 19 years to star in a strange and lesser-known
Tennessee Williams play, the tropically-tinged The Night of the Iguana
Gear up for greed, debauchery and Class A capitalism as The Wolf of Wall Street immersive experience comes to a secret London location
In Swive, playwright Ella Hickson explores the relationship between sex and power in Elizabeth I's reign