Swapping Mark Strong for Juliette Binoche, Ivo Van Hove is back with another innovatively staged tragedy at the Barbican Theatre.
Mike Bartlett continues his reign as arguably the UK’s most exciting rising playwright with this unnerving, disorientating, brutal and dark theatrical triumph.
A wonder of theatricality, invention and design - beautiful, bonkers, emotionally-draining and, at points, fabulously funny - acclaimed Irish production Lippy comes to the Young Vic.
Ralph Fiennes tames Shaw’s eccentric beast of a play in Simon Godwin’s thoroughly entertaining production; a whirlwind of ideas, comedy and imagination.
There’s a new star in town and she comes in the form of Katie Brayben. The rising star brings the sound of Carole King to the West End stage in Marc Bruni’s sleek and stylish production.
Olivier Award winner Nancy Carroll shines in David Leveaux’s highly anticipated revival of Patrick Marber’s groundbreaking 1997 play about sex, lust and betrayal.
Dark, disturbing and devastatingly brilliant, The Nether takes you to places you never wanted to go, forces you to reconsider them and entertains you simultaneously.
Dalia Taha conjures a bleak and unsettling image of Palestine through snapshots of two families’ lives in the Royal Court’s latest opening in the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs.
Existence, companionship, acknowledgement, loneliness, anguish, death, memory and Juliet Stevenson being buried by falling rubble; the brilliant bonkers-ness of Beckett is back.
Mark Strong secures another triumphant West End hit for the Young Vic with his intense and gripping portrayal of A View From The Bridge’s tragic protagonist.
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