…and all the sins of his father and his forefathers came out of his body, through the pores of his skin, in the form of crows.
Two sets of eerie evenings will combine the greatest ghost stories from the past, the present, and unnerving accounts of haunted London.
God is back... and she has a lot to say!
After it's sold-out run at Southwark Playhouse, Afterglow transfers to Waterloo East Theatre for a limited season.
James McAvoy returns to the West End in an inventive new adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s masterwork with direction by Jamie Lloyd.
Direct from a sold-out season at Kiln Theatre the five star, hit play, The Son, is now playing at the Duke of York’s for a limited season.
Leopoldstadt is a passionate drama of love, family and endurance. It is Stoppard’s most humane and heart-breaking play.
Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti‘s new play asks how it’s possible to get on when the odds are stacked against you.
Experience the Wars of the Roses like never before in this dynamic production.
Once a year, the Prince unlocks the doors of his Red Palace for a masquerade of divine proportions. The Palace is Red, long live The Palace.
Claire Foy and Matt Smith make their Old Vic debuts in Duncan Macmillan’s hilarious emotional roller-coaster of a play.
Conor McPherson’s new adaptation of Chekhov's masterpiece is a portrayal of early 20th century life, full of dark humour and hidden passions
Miriam Battye developed Scenes with Girls whilst taking part in a Royal Court Writers’ Group.
We mark the centenary of two political milestones in the fight for gender equality with readings of two of Virginia Woolf’s seminal works.
Following it’s critically acclaimed premiere in 2018, this coming of age story inspired by Dizzee Rascal’s seminal album.
“Beware; for I am fearless, and therefore powerful.”
Lucy Bailey directs this new production of Agatha Christie's Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall.
RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran transports Shakespeare’s dark comedy to 1900's Vienna.
Shakespeare’s greatest love story is in London’s West End for one night only.
In Wilderness Heights ‘Dr’ Linda Hazzard opens her clinic to the public. The public do not always survive…
Sam Shepard's poignant and intensely gripping play Ages of the Moon receives is long-awaited UK premiere
All the world really is a stage in Kimberley Sykes’ playful and imaginative take on Shakespeare’s romantic comedy.
Opera singer Simone very quickly discovers that London is not the BNP-free utopia she’d always dreamed of.
Chris Bush reimagines the Faust myth to explore what we must sacrifice to achieve greatness.
The Old Vic’s A Christmas Carol fills the auditorium to the brim with mince pies, music and merriment.
The critically acclaimed drama from Olivier Award-winning writer Katori Hall, inspired by extraordinary events in 1980s Rwanda.
Directed by Stef O’Driscoll, the production journeys across twelve different countries using theatre, poetry and music.
Sam’s dead at fifteen. It’s a social media thing. Or is someone to blame?
The Taming of the Shrew questions the essence of Man and Woman, the feminine and the masculine, and searches for answers.
On a space station orbiting Solaris, three scientists have made contact with a new planet.
Following a sold out run at the Young Vic theatre, the smash hit, acclaimed production of Death of a Salesman transfers to the West End
St George's Park Tea Room, Port Elizabeth, 1950. One afternoon Sam & Willie practise their steps for the ballroom dancing championship.
Directed by Rachel Bagshaw, the production will creatively combine Spoken English, BSL, captioning and audio description.
Now stumbling through its fourth catastrophic year, The Play That Goes Wrong is guaranteed to leave you aching with laughter!
As their husbands clash over an international crisis, the first ladies of France and America find themselves alone together in a side room.
Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner make their long-awaited returns to the West End stage in Peter Nichols’ frank and moving comedy.
From the parents of THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG comes a brand-new comedy all about growing up.
Michael Frayn’s iconic backstage comedy transfers to the West End, following a triumphant sell-out season at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre.
‘Because Christmas. Well… That’s when they say people come home.’
Mischief Theatre’s smash-and-grab hit Comedy About A Bank Robbery is a fast, fabulous comedy caper and the funniest show in the West End!
A child accused. A mother conflicted. Based on a true story.
Transferring to the Duke of York’s Theatre for a strictly limited season following a critically acclaimed, sold out world premiere in 2018.
Sex as power in the reign of Elizabeth I.
Have you ever been ‘gaslighted’? Lost confidence in your convictions? Referred to as ‘crazy’ or ‘hysterical’?
“The honour would be entirely mine if you would attend my little party.”
How do you navigate a society in which women are consciously and unconsciously commodified, coerced and controlled?
‘Ask me no questions and you’ll be told no lies.’
The Great British pantomime, staged in a traditional English pub!
Don’t miss John Kani’s highly acclaimed play marking the 25th anniversary of the end of apartheid with a strictly limited London run.
In a lost village, blurred by redrawn borders, hidden under a crumb on the map, Bear Ridge Stores still stands.
Sandi Toksvig invites you to don your best (and warmest!) festive garb and raise a cup of mulled wine with the Globe family this December.
“What happened would simply not have happened under British Rail. It wouldn’t have happened. Not in the British Rail days.”
‘Ask yourself this. What is it that drew you to this event? If it's to discover what scares you then the answer to that is easy…’
The Mousetrap is the longest running West End production – with over 27,000 performances.
The National Theatre’s War Horse returns to London this autumn for a limited run at an exciting new venue located steps away from Wembley.
Endgame will be presented in a double bill with Samuel Beckett’s rarely seen short play Rough for Theatre II.
Richard’s reign of terror is about to begin and Shakespeare’s monstrously charismatic villain wants you there for the ride.
The much-celebrated Leeds Playhouse production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe comes to the Bridge Theatre
Ian McKellen on stage in London...with Tolkien, Shakespeare, others and YOU. Directed by Sean Mathias.
Join the millions of people all over the world who have experienced ‘The most brilliantly effective spine-chiller you will ever encounter’.
Shelagh Delaney’s ground-breaking British classic A Taste of Honey returns to the West End for the first time in 60 years.
The ultimate battle of the sexes is turned on its head in The Taming of the Shrew as the 1590's are reimagined – with women in charge.