Arthur Miller’s parable of power and its abuse returns in an urgent new staging by director Lyndsey Turner.
From 14 September in the Olivier theatre. Public booking opens on 8 June.
Blues for an Alabama Sky
Lynette Linton directs this extraordinary play by Pearl Cleage, set during the Harlem Renaissance.
The cast includes Ronkẹ Adékoluẹjo, Osy Ikhile, Sule Rimi, Giles Terera and Samira Wiley.
From 20 September in the Lyttelton theatre. Public booking opens on 8 June.
The Boy with Two Hearts
‘A powerful chronicle of escape from Afghanistan’ ★★★★ Daily Telegraph
Amit Sharma directs this widely acclaimed production based on the extraordinary real-life experiences of the Amiri family.
From 1 October in the Dorfman theatre. Public booking opens on 8 June.
Our colourful and big-hearted new musical returns for Christmas.
Directed by Rufus Norris with music by Jim Fortune and book by Tanya Ronder.
From 26 November in the Olivier theatre. Public booking opens 8 June.
The Corn is Green
Nicola Walker (The Split) plays a teacher determined to help young miners out of poverty in this semi-autobiographical play by Emlyn Williams.
Until 11 June in our Lyttelton theatre.
Claire Rushbrook (Ali & Ava) and Daniel Ryan (The Bay) feature in this raw, touching and funny portrait of a marriage by David Eldridge (Beginning).
Until 18 June in our Dorfman theatre.
The Father and the Assassin
The story of the man who murdered Gandhi.
A gripping new play by Anupama Chandrasekhar, one India's most exciting playwrights.
From 12 May in our Olivier theatre.
Jack Absolute Flies Again
A rollicking new comedy by Richard Bean (One Man, Two Guvnors) and Oliver Chris (Twelfth Night).
Cast includes Caroline Quentin (Jonathan Creek), Laurie Davidson (Guilty Party), Natalie Simpson (Three Sisters) and Kelvin Fletcher (Emmerdale).
From 2 July in our Olivier theatre.
Much Ado About Nothing
Escape to the Italian Riviera with Shakespeare’s timeless romantic comedy.
Cast includes Katherine Parkinson (Home, I'm Darling, The IT Crowd) and John Heffernan (Dracula, She Stoops to Conquer).
From 7 July in our Lyttelton theatre.
All of Us
A passionate and timely new play from award-winning author, comedian and actor Francesca Martinez, directed by Ian Rickson (Paradise, Translations).
From 27 July in our Dorfman theatre.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Our Olivier and Tony Award® -winning stage version of Mark Haddon's best-selling novel returns with a new 10th Anniversary UK and Ireland tour.
Touring to 21 May.
'Unleashes the fire and fury of Emily Brontë’s genius. Wild and exhilarating - it all works beautifully.' ★★★★ Daily Telegraph
Touring until 28 May.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane on tour
‘Theatre at its gob-smacking best’ (★★★★★ Daily Telegraph)
Our acclaimed stage adaptation of the novel by Neil Gaiman tours the UK and Ireland from December 2022.