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Trevor Nunn helms Fiddler on the Roof revival at the Menier Chocolate Factory
Visionary director Robert Icke returns to the Almeida to radically re-work Ibsen's The Wild Duck
Try defying gravity and discover the unknown backstory of the Wizard of Oz with smash hit musical Wicked
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
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
A dark new comedy from up-and-coming playwright Lisa Carroll comes to the Soho Theatre this autumn
Beat the Edinburgh Fringe FOMO by booking these exciting under the radar shows happening right here in London
A no-holds-barred theatrical experience exploring the legacy of American slavery transfers from the Edinburgh Fringe to London this autumn
Drag queen Vicky Vox is a killer plant to root for as Little Shop of Horrors is revived 'Somewhere that's Green' this summer
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
Milly Thomas's monologue about a suicidal woman is a sharp, smart and vital portrait of millennial mental illness
We lift the curtain on the biggest and best plays opening in London this autumn and beyond
Kit Harington and Johnny Flynn bring star power to this bitter, bracing comedy about sibling rivalry
One of Shakespeare’s earliest comedies at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
Alex Oates’ bitcoin-funded play about drug trafficking site Silk Road
Finty Williams takes on the role her mother Judi Dench originated in Pack of Lies' first outing since 1983
Flesh-eating plants, gender-swapped Sondheim, Cheerleading and more: the new musicals giving West End long-runners a run for their money
New Young Vic artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah starts tenure with the Shakespeare musical that dazzled in NYC
Improv, comedy, sketch show and verbatim theatre combine in Improbable Theatre's exploration of living with disability
Michael Fentiman's revival of Wilde's ‘trivial comedy for serious people’ plays it remarkably safe, and lacks any memorable flair
Belgian company Ontroerend Goed’s show £¥€$ (LIES) thrills in London after impressing at Edinburgh Fringe
The voyages of Charles Darwin come to life in a new theatre at the Natural History Museum
Poldark's Heida Reed stars in hit play Foxfinder
Mark Rylance returns to the Globe to play the villainous Iago in Othello
Writer Laura Wade skewers sexist notions of perfect housewives in new play Home, I'm Darling
Reader, they're singing: new musical about the Brontë siblings sheds light on the wild lives of the literary giants
Children get free theatre tickets throughout August to the very best London family shows on the West End and beyond
The stage is hotting up this summer with Ian McKellen's King Lear, a new Alan Bennett, feminist Fringe comedy and much more
Forget history and learn herstory as new play sheds light on poet and proto-feminist Emilia Bassano
If you only see one Shakespeare, make it this: the almighty Ian McKellen plays King Lear in Jonathan Munby's triumphant production
Avant-garde playwright Eugène Ionesco's Exit the King is staged with flair, verve and a patchwork of references
Alice Oswald's striking version of The Iliad comes to the Barbican Theatre stage