Timothy Sheader’s Peter Pan is a magical wonder of an evening that uses ingenious theatricality and a poignant twist to ensure the show soars.
For a fabulous As You Like It, all you need is love…a couple of brilliant fools, a powerful heroine and a smattering of blissfully bemusing touches.
Stephen Wight is a killer McQueen in this unique theatrical insight into the creative mind of one of Britain’s greatest fashion design talents.
Primark or Prada? Your retail choices are thrown into question in this immersive theatrical experience that turns the Young Vic’s Maria Studio into a Chinese factory and puts you at its centre.
Maria Friedman does it again; The Old Vic's High Society is a rip-roaring, fabulously stylish, brilliantly witty evening of pure romantic escapism.
Arthur Miller’s gut-thumpingly brutal classic is excruciating to watch, but impossible not to.
Beyond Bollywood’s dance numbers bring all the sparkle, drama, romance and passion of Bollywood to the London Palladium.
Felicity Kendal is a deliciously comic Judith Bliss in this West End revival of Noël Coward’s classic comedy of bad manners.
James Graham’s riveting, downright raucous and politically fascinating work is bought to life in James Grieve’s fittingly anarchic production that boasts both addictive punk spirit and near flawless direction.
One is absolutely amused! Kristin Scott Thomas succeeds Helen Mirren in style, bringing her own steely strength and wit to Her Majesty The Queen in a timely revival of Peter Morgan's acclaimed play.
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