Linda Bassett, Deborah Findlay, Kika Markham and June Watson will star in Caryl Churchill’s Escaped Alone when the tale of three old friends and a neighbour opens at the Royal Court in the new year.
Caryl Churchill brings a heavy dose of doom and gloom to the National Theatre in this intriguing exploration of death.
Lord Of The Dance will be enticing audiences to join its talented Irish dancing troupe for some Dangerous Games for a further three weeks as it extends its run in London’s West End run to 24 January.
Our Show of the Week from 30 November to 6 December is the La Soirée.
Showstopper! The Improvised Musical will continue to delight West End audiences with a new musical each night when it transfers to London’s Lyric Theatre for a limited run of 10 performances between 15 February and 25 July next year.
Award-winning filmmaker Gary Sinyor will make his playwriting debut at London’s Arts Theatre next year with the world premiere of Ancient Egypt-set comedy NotMoses.
Bugsy Malone stars Sophia Decaro and Max Gill will return to the Lyric Hammersmith’s stage in the new year to lead the cast of Simon Stephens’ Herons.
A snapshot of grief, bitterness and desperation, Little Eyolf continues the Almeida’s run of gruelling but stunning tragedies that resonate for a 21st century audience.
Gemma Arterton will return to the West End stage in February to take the lead role in Nell Gwynn when the critically acclaimed Shakespeare’s Globe production transfers to London’s Apollo Theatre.
Shakespeare’s romping fairy tale of fortune good and bad takes audiences on a hugely enjoyable adventure with the perfect festive happy ending.
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