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The 2021 Summer Season at Shakespeare’s Globe includes a revival of the theatre’s hit 2019 production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Sean Holmes
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
Josh O'Connor and Jessie Buckley play Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers in this intimately filmed, National Theatre version of Romeo and Juliet
Duncan Macmillan's new theatrical production, set 16 years before Game of Thrones, takes place during The Great Tourney at Harrenhal: where many major characters gathered
Jake Gyllenhaal plays Georges Seurat as the five-star Broadway production of Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George comes to London in 2022
Jack Holden’s Aids drama Cruise whizzes to the West End following an online premiere streamed via Shoreditch Town Hall
A musical adaptation of 1990 rom-com Pretty Woman transfers to London after dividing opinion on Broadway
Aaron Sorkin's smash-hit stage adaptation of Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird comes to the West End, with Rafe Spall starring as Atticus Finch
The National’s Olivier Theatre reopens with a new production of Under Milk Wood, directed by Lyndsey Turner and starring Michael Sheen, Karl Johnson and Siân Phillips
Writer Jack Thorne, director Jeremy Herrin and designer Bunny Christie join forces to bring Hirokazu Kore-eda’s tender movie After Life to the National Theatre’s Dorfman stage
Swamp Motel concludes its trilogy of theatrical escape-room games with The Kindling Hour, a triumph for this relatively new genre of digital entertainment
David Walliams' hit book-cum-show Billionaire Boy returns to the West End this summer
Say hello to London's newest Hamlet: Cush Jumbo makes her Young Vic debut as Shakespeare's tragic hero
Crammed full of glorious and memorable songs and spectacular dance routines, the musical Anything Goes is set to open at the Barbican this summer
STEM Sisters is an online musical introducing children to female scientific pioneers in history
The Prince of Egypt musical comes to the West End with Stephen Schwartz’s Academy Award-winning score - parents might not love it, but the kids will
The Bridge Theatre has announced the resumption of Vox Motus's immersive diorama Flight, which follows two young Afghan brothers’ hazardous journey in search of a better life In London
Junior doctor-turned-writer and comedian Adam Kay returns to the West End with This is Going to Hurt
In this West End musical, the six wives of Henry VIII are queens of pop reclaiming their narrative
Teen drag queen musical Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a young, fun and fresh celebration of being a little bit different
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Killing Eve writer Emerald Fennell reinvent the fairytale format with a new Cinderella musical
Fleabag’s Sian Clifford stars alongside Nikesh Patel in this digital production of Lorien Haynes’ Good Grief, produced by Platform Presents
Emilia Clarke swaps her dragons for a Seagull in a fresh version of Chekhov's classic play, as part of Jamie Lloyd's theatre season
Nicholas Hytner will transform Philip Pullman's La Belle Sauvage into a play at The Bridge Theatre in 2021
Magical theatre adaptation of Man Booker-winning novel Life of Pi hits West End stage, after five-star reviews of sell-out Sheffield production
After an impressive premiere at the National Theatre, this modern myth from the mind of Neil Gaiman comes to life on the West End
Get Up, Stand Up! Musical of Bob Marley's story premieres at London's Lyric Theatre, starring Arinze Kene
In the final episode of The Third Day, Helen (Naomie Harris) is finally reunited with her husband Sam (Jude Law), who's become a Christ-like figure on Osea island
David Tennant returns to the stage to explore Nazism in a revival of CP Taylor's production of Good, directed by Dominic Cooke
In the penultimate episode, Helen (Naomie Harris) searches for Sam (Jude Law) who, it turns out, is her husband. And when a pregnant woman needs urgent attention, Helen steps up
In The Third Day's third chapter, Winter, Naomie Harris enters a chilly Osea. But the community's split in two, making the island even more dangerous than before
This special 12-hour live broadcast sees one continuous shot moving through Osea island. Sam (Jude Law) has been chosen as the father, but has to fulfil a gruelling initiation first