Friendship, nostalgia, warmth and wit; Di And Viv And Rose is a play you could stay mates with through thick and thin.
James McAvoy proves himself one of the most versatile actors of his generation in Peter Barnes' anarchic 1969 comedy that adds yet another triumphant production to Jamie Lloyd’s unstoppable success.
Olivia Vinall is electric in Tom Stoppard’s latest provocative offering that questions the very building blocks of our being, from the mysteries of morality to the cold facts of evolution.
The wit of Peter Souter’s script sparkles in this romantic comedy that proves that opposites really do attract.
A gripping cocktail of Shakespearean history play, Game Of Thrones-style epic legend, fairytale and modern theatremaking, Dara has something for everyone.
Penelope Wilton is remarkable in Mark Hayhurst’s engrossing and awe-inspiring drama about the true story of one incredible mother’s determination to protect her heroically brave son.
Capturing everything that is both wonderful and painful about love in all its guises, British drama just doesn’t get any better than Kevin Elyot's sparkling and tender drama.
Cringe and laugh in equal measure as you take your ringside seat for 90 minutes of acerbic battle in Joshua Harmon’s brilliantly fiery four-hander that will leave you wanting to draw your nearest and dearest close and pronounce ‘All is forgiven’.
Trystan Gravelle gets gloriously gruesome in this marvellous murderous production.
This is Shakespeare’s story of jealousy, paranoia and prejudice as you’ve never seen it before; stripped down to its bare bones by the always exhilarating physical theatre company Frantic Assembly.
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