Tickets for Part One and Two
Conor McPherson’s new adaptation of Chekhov's masterpiece is a portrayal of early 20th century life, full of dark humour and hidden passions
Following it’s critically acclaimed premiere in 2018, this coming of age story inspired by Dizzee Rascal’s seminal album.
Lucy Bailey directs this new production of Agatha Christie's Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall.
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!
Roger Allam and Colin Morgan star in Caryl Churchill’s thrilling drama, which won the 2002 Evening Standard Best Play Award.
A lamppost. Night. Two friends are passing time. Stuck. Waiting for change.
‘You’ve lies in the whites of your eyes, Nora. What have you done…?’
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.
Endgame will be presented in a double bill with Samuel Beckett’s rarely seen short play Rough for Theatre II.
Tom Wright’s uplifting love story is back by popular demand to open the King’s Head Theatre’s Spring 2020 season following a smash hit run.
“The honour would be entirely mine if you would attend my little party.”
The Mousetrap is the longest running West End production – with over 27,000 performances.
Now stumbling through its fourth catastrophic year, The Play That Goes Wrong is guaranteed to leave you aching with laughter!
Chris Bush reimagines the Faust myth to explore what we must sacrifice to achieve greatness.
How do you navigate a society in which women are consciously and unconsciously commodified, coerced and controlled?
The Taming of the Shrew questions the essence of Man and Woman, the feminine and the masculine, and searches for answers.
Don’t miss your last chance to see the critically acclaimed transfer of Touching The Void in the West End.
Don’t miss John Kani’s highly acclaimed play marking the 25th anniversary of the end of apartheid with a strictly limited London run.