May theatre: shows to see this month
A-listers, big-hitters and radical revivals make for a thrilling month of theatre. Here are the five London plays to see in May.
Following an eleven-year hiatus, The Lord of the Rings actor Orlando Bloom is making a much-awaited return to the London stage in Tracy Letts’ celebrated dark comedy Killer Joe.Read more ...
After a sell-out 2017 premiere and superlative reviews at the National Theatre, Consent transfers to the West End for a limited twelve-week run at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Don't miss your second chance to see this compelling drama of truth, justice and betrayal.
A trio of bright, talented young women collaborate in a contemporary re-working of classic Strindberg play Miss Julie. And The Crown's Vanessa Kirby returns to the stage to play the 'wild and newly single' title role.Read more ...
The Mark Rothko bio-play that catapulted Eddie Redmayne to stardom back in 2009 returns to the stage in a new production that borrows heavily from the original.Read more ...
Set against the backdrop of a WW1 nursing station, this poignant revival of Peter Pan sheds new light on the nature of lost boys and what it is to grow up. It returns to Regents Park Open Air Theatre after glowing reviews in 2015.
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