Skip to main content

What's on by event

What's on filters

6 results for Relaxed performance

A collage of four photos featuring six men against a red background. In the top-left, two men pose with one pointing forward. In the top-right, another man wearing a crown makes a surprised face. The bottom-right shows two men back-to-back, and the bottom-left features a man with a crown looking up. All are wearing white clothes.

The Hot Wing King

Katori Hall’s Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy makes its London debut in a fiery new production directed by Roy Alexander Weise.
Relaxed performance
A woman and two men sit together in front of the open flap of a canvas tent. Packing boxes and canvas bags are either side of them and an open fore is before them.

The Grapes of Wrath

Carrie Cracknell (Julie, The Deep Blue Sea) directs Frank Galati’s Tony Award-winning adaptation of John Steinbeck’s masterpiece.
Relaxed performance
A shirtless man with a muscular build stands defiantly behind a marble pedestal between two large, classical columns, set against a textured marble background. He wears worn and dirty brown trousers, has a determined expression and has leather strapping wound around one hand and the wrist of his other arm.


David Oyelowo makes his highly anticipated return to the London stage in Lyndsey Turner’s thrilling new production of Shakespeare’s timeless political tragedy.
Relaxed performance
A blurred or shaken photo of a woman (Meera Syal), smiling and wearing gold jewellry and a blue dress.

A Tupperware of Ashes

Meera Syal is Queenie in Tanika Gupta's new play, a vivid and heart-breaking family drama about life, immigration and the Indian spiritual cycle of death and rebirth.
Relaxed performance
Text reading

Ballet Shoes

The beloved best-selling book is spectacularly reinvented for the stage in this new adaptation by Kendall Feaver.
Relaxed performance
A lone figure stands, his back to us, wearing a waistcoat, shirt and trousers, in the centre of the red cross of the England flag that appears as a landscape rolling off into the distance.

Dear England

James Graham’s Olivier-Award winning smash-hit returns to the National Theatre, directed by Rupert Goold.
Relaxed performance