An explosive mix of people must survive the weather and each other in this darkly comic new play by Moria Buffini with Nancy Carroll and Shaun Evans.
Until 1 January.
Rosalie Craig is among the cast of this mythic, big-hearted, new musical based on Sleeping Beauty. Rufus Norris directs with music by Jim Fortune and book by Tanya Ronder.
From 4 December.
Trouble in Mind
Nancy Medina directs Tanya Moodie (Motherland) in this radical satire of racism in theatre, considered the masterpiece of Alice Childress.
Until 29 January.
Emma Rice delivers 'emotionally epic entertainment’ (★★★★★ The Times) in her new version of Emily Brontë’s masterpiece about love, revenge and redemption.
Playing 6 weeks only from 3 February.
Our acclaimed and 'spectacular adaptation of Andrea Levy's Windrush novel' (★★★★★ Observer) returns to the Olivier theatre.
From 24 February.
The Corn is Green
Nicola Walker (Unforgotten, The Split) plays a teacher determined to help young miners out of poverty in Emlyn Williams’ semi-autobiographical play.
From 7 April
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
Alecky Blythe follows the success of London Road with her astonishing new verbatim play, created from five years of interviews with 12 young people from across the UK.
From 10 February to 9 April
Following their five-star production of Beginning, David Eldridge and Polly Findlay reunite for this raw, touching and funny portrait of a 21st-century marriage.
From 27 April to 18 June
Join us for this energetic and engaging retelling of Shakespeare’s most well-known tragedy, suitable for ages 8 – 12
From 4 to 6 April
Ocean at the End of the Lane
‘Theatre at its gob-smacking best’ (★★★★★ Daily Telegraph)
Our acclaimed stage version of the novel by Neil Gaiman plays at the Duke of York's Theatre until 14 May.
Broadway’s Tony Award®-winning Best New Musical and winner of the 2020 Grammy Award® for Best Musical Theater Album returns to New York and on tour.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Our stage version of Mark Haddon's best-selling novel plays London's Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre as part of its 10th anniversary UK tour.
Playing until 9 January.
The Lehman Trilogy on Broadway
After sold-out runs at the National Theatre, Park Avenue Armory and London's West End, The Lehman Trilogy is now playing on Broadway, with limited seasons in San Francisco and Los Angeles in 2022.