George Orwell’s classic tale of government surveillance and censorship returns to the Playhouse Theatre following its acclaimed international tour in Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan’s hugely successful adaptation.
A world premiere at the Lyric Hammersmith, this new opera by the British composer Philip Venables is an important adaptation of a radical and much-discussed 20th-century play by British playwright Sarah Kane.
Opening Emma Rice’s inaugural “Wonder” summer season as Artistic Director of Shakespeare’s Globe, the iconic venue is to be transformed into a mystical forest to host performances of this supernatural classic.
Lauded director Max Stafford-Clark forms an evening of politically satirical short plays in A View From Islington North, featuring some of the UK’s most celebrated playwrights including David Hare and Caryl Churchill.
Following a five-star, sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival, Absolution makes its London premiere at the Park Theatre with an intense, brutal tale of vengeance wrought by an unrepentant serial killer - or is he an avenging angel?
Plunging audiences into the pitch black, All That Fall sees acclaimed director Max Stafford-Clark lead a rare live production of Samuel Beckett’s first radio play, featuring an immersive 360 degree sound design.