London Theatre: October highlights
Celebrities on stage, immersive courtroom drama and a brand new big-budget theatre: here're the best new plays opening in October
David Mamet's multi-award-winning 'deal chasing' comedy returns to London with Christian Slater as a ruthless salesman.Read more ...
Sadomasochism and star power come to the London stage in a new production of Venus in Fur, starring Natalie Dormer and David Oakes.Read more ...
You are invited into the courtroom, to witness the dramas of a trial as they unfold, in a new site-specific production of Agatha Christie's classic crime story, Witness for the Prosecution.
A Woman of No Importance begins a year long season celebrating Oscar Wilde, plus Stephen Fry gives a pre-show talk.Read more ...
Rory Kinnear stars in Richard Bean's new comedy about Karl Marx as a young revolutionary, at London's youngest theatre.Read more ...
Rural ruin and English decay come to the Almeida stage in new collaboration between writer Mike Bartlett and director Rupert Goold. Last time the two joined forces was for 'future history' play King Charles III , so we have high hopes.Read more ...
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