Challenging, intense, thought-provoking and impeccably performed, the National Youth Theatre shows the West End how it’s done in Evan Placey’s fresh, edgy drama.
Christopher Shinn’s campus-set play of prejudice delivers a lesson in creating stunning, intelligent drama.
Kenneth Cranham’s performance beautifully captures a mind disorientated by dementia in Florian Zeller’s staggeringly brilliant play.
Prepare to be immersed in a couple's fraught past relationship in this modern and playful approach to Marguerite Duras' 30-year-old two-hander.
Get ready to feel equally compelled and disgusted as you step into the shoes of a bond trader in Steve Thompson’s Roaring Trade.
Kate Fleetwood throws her hat into the awards ring with a coruscating, visceral, haunting and stunning performance in Rachel Cusk’s magnificent modern Medea.
Forget spectacular British bakes, this autumn is all about the theatrical Showstoppers, who bring a whole new level of hilarious to the West End with a unique combination of stand-up comedy and musical ingenuity.
Playful, exuberant and continually theatrically ingenious, Laura Wade and Lyndsey Turner prove that if you’re going to break all the rules, you may as well have fun in the process.
Frantic farce, sitcom silliness and an evil dictator; the perfect ingredients for a laughter-filled dinner.
Simon Russell Beale puts his best foot forward with a scintillating performance in Ian Kelly's insightful, touching and witty theatrical take on his acclaimed Samuel Foote biography.
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