Jack Absolute Flies Again
Thea Sharrock (After The Dance) directs a riotous new comedy based on Sheridan’s The Rivals, co-written by Richard Bean (One Man, Two Guvnors) and Oliver Chris.
A mother and daughter struggle to keep the roof on their run-down manor house during a storm, when neighbours begin to appear on their doorstep, seeking shelter from the floods.
All of Us
Writer and comedian Francesca Martinez leads an ensemble cast in her debut play about what defines us.
Written and performed by Alanna Mitchell, following a sold-out run at the Edinburgh Festival and a Canadian tour.
Join us for this energetic and engaging retelling of Shakespeare’s most well-known tragedy, suitable for ages 8 – 12
Lesley Manville and Hugo Weaving are former lovers in Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s visionary revenge play, transported into mid-20th-century America by Tony Kushner
Rural Suffolk, 1759. As the country waits for Halley’s comet, Sally Poppy is sentenced to hang for a heinous murder.
‘ Master Harold’… and the boys
In Tony Award-winning playwright Athol Fugard’s semi-autobiographical and deeply moving play, racism lurks dangerously beneath liberalism.
Ian Rickson’s exquisite production of Brian Friel’s modern classic returns, following a sold-out run in 2018. Ciarán Hinds reprises his critically acclaimed role of patriarch and schoolmaster, Hugh.
Simon Godwin directs Simon Woods’ witty and devastating portrait of the governing class, with Lindsay Duncan and Alex Jennings.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane
A modern myth from the imagination of Neil Gaiman, creator of Good Omens, Coraline, Stardust and the Sandman series. Recommended for 12yrs+.
My Brilliant Friend
Based on the celebrated novels by Elena Ferrante, My Brilliant Friend is an epic story of love, violence, ambition and self-destruction
Chekhov’s iconic characters are relocated to Nigeria in this bold new adaptation by Inua Ellams.
The Seven Streams of the River Ota
First staged at the National Theatre in 1996, Robert Lepage’s masterpiece returns to London to mark 75 years since the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima.
Death of England
Rafe Spall performs this fearless one-person play which asks explosive and enduring questions about identity, race and class in Britain.
War Horse at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre
War Horse returns to London for a strictly limited run at an exciting new venue located just steps from Wembley Stadium.
A Taste of Honey at Trafalgar Studios
Shelagh Delaney’s ground-breaking British classic returns to the West End for the first time in 60 years. From 5 Dec – 29 Feb