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Josie Rourke directs a new production of the Broadway classic Sweet Charity for her farewell production as Donmar Artistic Director
Rebecca Frecknall directs playwright Cordelia Lynn’s adaptation of Three Sisters, in a production for the Almeida Theatre starring Patsy Ferran
From NT Live screenings to the best of the Royal Shakespeare Company – theatre screened in cinemas has plenty to offer in London
Michelle Terry is back for her second summer season
Craft Theatre's new play Bed Peace: The Battle of Yohn and Joko remembers John and Yoko's famous protest for peace
Sean Foley adapts and directs The Man in the White Suit starring Stephen Mangan
A novel slated as one of the most important works of the last decade is finally adapted to the stage, in a timely epic for the National Theatre 2019 season
Playwright Inua Ellams swaps barber shop for basketball court with his latest play: The Half God of Rainfall
Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed! The Musical from Beano Studios and Selladoor is bringing laughs to the stage in a UK tour with London dates in 2020.
New Donmar Warehouse artistic director Michael Longhurst kicks of with an enticing, eclectic and sure-to-sellout season of shows
Writer Alice Birch and director Maria collaborate with Clean Break theatre company for a new play about women affected by the justice system
Head to one of London's historic squares to watch the summertime Shakespeare favourite, A Midsummer Night's Dream
Appropriate, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s incendiary exploration of race set in a former slave plantation, gets its UK premiere
The Royal Court’s production of Pah-La is a scorching dissection of Tibetan and Chinese conflict and examines the vicious consequences of non-violent protest.
The classic fairy tale is told in song and dance in a traditional German opera rethought for a modern audience in a suitably outdoor setting
London's best open air theatre: summer is coming and culture's heading outside with a season of unmissable outdoor performances across the city
Thornton Wilder's play Our Town explores the importance of appreciating life at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Michael Longhurst begins his tenure at the Donmar Warehouse with a timely revival of David Greig’s 1994 play, Europe
Following on from Josie Rourke, director Michael Longhurst takes over at Covent Garden's coolest theatre
Laughter comes to The Old Vic: Andrew Scott stars in Noel Coward's autobiograhical farce about an actor's midlife crisis
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
Everyone's favourite 13-and-three-quarters-year-old sings out his innermost thoughts in this charming musical adaptation of Sue Townsend's novel
Going Through gives a new perspective on immigration by combining speech, sign language and creative captioning
From WWII sleuthing to sun-soaked seventies disco, here are the kooky adventures and immersive experiences London will get in 2019
Brian Friel's 'finest and most universal' play gets a major revival at the National Theatre
Are you a glittering flapper, a big-spending tycoon or an offbeat bohemian? Choose your role at the Lost Love Speakeasy, London's new 1920s immersive theatre experience
Director Lyndsey Turner revives Caryl Churchill's masterful 1982 play Top Girls at the National Theatre
Children get free theatre tickets throughout August to the very best London family shows on the West End and beyond
Jill Murphy's beloved The Worst Witch gets the West End treatment this summer.
Arthur Miller’s 1953 allegory of the Salem Witch Trials is eerily reframed for our modern era of scapegoating and fake news
It’s all smiles in Little Miss Sunshine. Arcola Theatre turn a cult-classic film into a musical, which entertains but lacks substance
Celebrities including Gillian Anderson, Joanna Lumley, Jim Broadbent and Damian Lewis come to the Park Theatre for a starry and spontaneous murder mystery