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A West End transfer for Natasha Gordon's remarkable debut play exploring the comedy and devastation of ordinary life
Milly Thomas's monologue about a suicidal woman is a sharp, smart and vital portrait of millennial mental illness
Getting to know you: a new production of classic musical The King and I comes to London after impressing in New York
Eleven years since its jubilant premiere, War Horse returns to the National Theatre
Control your dreams and delve into your psyche at a futuristic immersive experience that combines technology and theatre
The Almeida's superlative production of Tennessee Williams' story of summer love, sexual desire and self-destruction transfers to the West End
Kit Harington and Johnny Flynn bring star power to this bitter, bracing comedy about sibling rivalry
After a stunning, sellout runs in New York and Richmond, An Octoroon comes to the National Theatre
David Haig's D-Day drama transfers to the West End after impressing at the Park Theatre
Lia Williams is an irresistible Miss Jean Brodie in this smart, sharp story of desperation and devotion
Katie Mitchell and Cate Blanchett combine forces for an unmissable play at the National Theatre
Director Sally Cookson leads a new stage adaptation of Patrick Ness' searing novel about a teenager and a monster
Children get free theatre tickets throughout August to the very best London family shows on the West End and beyond
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to West End: London's best theatre
The Crown's Vanessa Kirby plays a wild party girl in contemporary version of Strindberg play Miss Julie
Dreamgirls Musical London announces its closing date
Tony Kushner's Olivier-winning musical about Civil Rights era America will transfer to the West End after sellouts at Chichester and Hampstead Theatre
Tina Turner, gender-swapped Sondheim, Cheerleading and more: the new musicals giving West End long-runners a run for their money
Following on from Josie Rourke, director Michael Longhurst takes over at Covent Garden's coolest theatre
Orlando Bloom makes villainy compelling in this otherwise lurid thriller about trailer trash Texans
Simon Stephens and Andrew Scott bring their superlative show Sea Wall back to London for just 14 performances
Emma Rice takes up residency at the Old Vic with a stage adaptation of Angela Carter's Wise Children
Disney's blockbuster Aladdin musical brings Arabian nights, magic carpets and a surfeit of sparkle to London's West End
Pecs appeal: Channing Tatum is the brains and brawn behind a live stage adaptation of smash hit stripper movie Magic Mike
Discover a lively season of comedy, story-telling, music and theatre at the BAC's open-air courtyard this summer
Booking's open for the tenth collaboration between dream team Nick Hytner and Alan Bennett at the Bridge Theatre
Hurrah for Hamilton's jubilant London transfer. Now there's another chance to book for the record-breakingly successful hip hop musical
Poldark's Aidan Turner makes his West End debut as a crazed, cat-loving terrorist in Michael Grandage's revival of The Lieutenant Of Inishmore
French masterpiece meets quintessentially British as the National Theatre stage a play by Eugène Ionesco. Here's everything you need to know about the pioneering playwright
Domesticity meets the macabre in this unsettling snapshot of American suburbia that draws on Harold Pinter and Taylor Swift
Brian Friel's 'finest and most universal' play gets a major revival at the National Theatre
Peaky Blinders' Paul Anderson stars in a dual language Trump-era update of classic French comedy Tartuffe