Now stumbling through its fourth catastrophic year, The Play That Goes Wrong is guaranteed to leave you aching with laughter!
“The honour would be entirely mine if you would attend my little party.”
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.
The Turbine Theatre's inaugural season opens with a new revival of Harvey Fierstein’s dizzyingly funny and deeply touching landmark play.
Join the millions of people all over the world who have experienced ‘The most brilliantly effective spine-chiller you will ever encounter’.
Four sparring lovers take refuge in the woods, only to find themselves in the midst of a dispute between the king and queen of the fairies.
Peta is new in town and ready for whatever London has to throw at her. She’s looking for romance and friendship on her big adventures.
From the parents of THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG comes a brand-new comedy all about growing up.
Following a hugely successful UK tour, The Life I Lead transfers to the West End for 8 performances only.
As their husbands clash over an international crisis, the first ladies of France and America find themselves alone together in a side room.
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!
Tennessee Williams’s last great play THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA comes to London starring Clive Owen, Lia Williams, Anna Gunn and Julian Glover
An ordinary man. A remarkable journey.
The Mousetrap is the longest running West End production – with over 27,000 performances.
New Perspectives’ critically acclaimed award-winning production of Chigozie Obioma’s powerful allegory arrives in the West End.
A child accused. A mother conflicted. Based on a true story.
Calcutta. 1879. Niru is a young Bengali woman married to an English colonial bureaucrat – Tom.
Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner make their long-awaited returns to the West End stage in Peter Nichols’ frank and moving comedy.
Based on the book by Luke Harding this World Premier contains high-stakes global politics and radioactive villainy.
Everything in Hollywood is for sale except the awards, which are for rent. Bitter Wheat is a play about a depraved Hollywood mogul.
Lucy Bailey directs this new production of Agatha Christie's Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall.
A firm favourite among Shakespeare’s comedies, As You Like It runs the glorious gamut of pastoral romance.
“What happened would simply not have happened under British Rail. It wouldn’t have happened. Not in the British Rail days.”
Don’t miss this limited three week run of new plays by Caryl Churchill.