Season guide and calendar

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August Wilson’s play is inspired by the real-life Blues legend and infused with her music.

Katie Mitchell directs an unflinching new production of Sarah Kane's play.

An unknown masterpiece of the American stage and a highly theatrical search for the soul of post-colonial Africa, by Lorraine Hansberry (A Raisin in the Sun)

Suhayla El-Bushra takes the satiric masterpiece by Nikolai Erdman and smashes it into contemporary urban Britain.

Annie Baker’s extraordinary play arrives at the National Theatre direct from New York, where it won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

by Gary Owen, presented by Sherman Cymru

A Graeae Theatre Company and Theatre Royal Plymouth co-production of a play by Jack Thorne

Islington Community Theatre investigate the workings of the adolescent brain.

Shakespeare’s glorious comedy of love and change.

Husbands & Sons interweaves three of D H Lawrence’s greatest dramas, and plays them simultaneously.

Banned by the censors in 1907, Harley Granville Barker’s controversial masterpiece exposes a cut-throat, cynical world of sex, sleaze and suicide.

A reunion at the almost legendary club, The Talk House. The world premiere of a new play by Wallace Shawn

A short play about death by Caryl Churchill.

Ivan Turgenev’s A Month in the Country, presented here in a new version by Patrick Marber

Timberlake Wertenbaker’s Our Country’s Good celebrates the redemptive power of art. Travelex £15 Tickets.

The latest collaboration between Headlong and the National, following the acclaimed Earthquakes in London and The Effect.

This acclaimed re-imagining of Brontë's masterpiece was first staged by Bristol Old Vic, now presented as a single performance.

A brand new musical inspired by Lewis Carroll’s iconic Alice in Wonderland, by Damon Albarn and Moira Buffini

A fast-paced and energetic re-telling of Shakespeare’s hilarious and moving farce, suitable for 8 – 12yrs.

Jon Klassen’s brilliant, witty book has fast become a modern children’s classic and now comes to the stage.

A sinister and surreal thriller from Alistair McDowall, directed by Ned Bennett.