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.
From the parents of THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG comes a brand-new comedy all about growing up.
Sam Mendes directs Simon Russell Beale, Adam Godley and Ben Miles as the Lehman Brothers, and their sons and grandsons.
In this new play, presented through stage action and illustrated text, audience and actors turn the book’s pages together...
Now stumbling through its fourth catastrophic year, The Play That Goes Wrong is guaranteed to leave you aching with laughter!
A piercing look at power and family.
In a lost village, blurred by redrawn borders, hidden under a crumb on the map, Bear Ridge Stores still stands.
A hilarious madcap domestic farce about an aged couple who discover that their seemingly perfect marriage is not all it appears to be.
Filled with unforgettable characters, Twelfth Night combines cruelty with high comedy and the pangs of unrequited love with subtle poetry.
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!
The Mousetrap is the longest running West End production – with over 27,000 performances.
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.
A steamy, stripped-down look at gay intimacy.
Direct from a sold-out season at Kiln Theatre, The Son, transfers to the Duke of York’s theatre for ten weeks only from 24th August.
A love-letter to British Sci-Fi TV that explores intergenerational divides, LGBTQ+ issues and asks - can you be friends with a fan?
I go half way round the world and back thinking I’d made some sort of discovery and come back to find the same damn lies
Following a critically acclaimed UK tour, the brand-new adaptation of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin transfers to the Harold Pinter Theatre
Rule number eleven: We don’t talk about them. Not here. They don’t exist here.
The much-celebrated Leeds Playhouse production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe comes to the Bridge Theatre
A punchy urban drama based on a true story, about underaged soldiers.
An ordinary man. A remarkable journey.
We all want to meet people from history! The trouble is everyone is dead!
Claire Foy and Matt Smith make their Old Vic debuts in Duncan Macmillan’s hilarious emotional roller-coaster of a play.
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.
Tennessee Williams’s last great play THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA comes to London starring Clive Owen, Lia Williams, Anna Gunn and Julian Glover
Ian Rickson directs Tom Burke, Hayley Atwell and Giles Terera in the premiere of Duncan Macmillan‘s new adaptation of Ibsen’s Rosmersholm.
Don’t miss this limited three week run of new plays by Caryl Churchill.
In the vastness of the universe are we all just lonely souls under the same night sky?
Dinosaur World Live stampedes into Wembley
A firm favourite among Shakespeare’s comedies, As You Like It runs the glorious gamut of pastoral romance.
Join the millions of people all over the world who have experienced ‘The most brilliantly effective spine-chiller you will ever encounter’.
When you’ve named each of your offspring after your socialist heroes, you’ve given them a lot to live up to...
Following a hugely successful UK tour, The Life I Lead transfers to the West End for 8 performances only.
Transferring to the Duke of York’s Theatre for a strictly limited season following a critically acclaimed, sold out world premiere in 2018.
Now hiring: top girls wanted for prestige positions. Must be self-motivated go-getters with an appetite for success. No timewasters.
Shakespeare's fantastical fable of desire, confusion, jealousy and growing up.
Southern Belles unites two groundbreaking one-act plays by one of the twentieth century’s most influential dramatists, Tennessee Williams.
An outdoor promenade performance of Shakespeare’s Hamlet in the beautiful grounds of St Paul’s Church in the heart of Covent Garden.
The critically acclaimed production of Peter Shaffer’s award-winning play Equus transfers to the West End for a strictly limited season.
All children grow up. Except one.
Everything in Hollywood is for sale except the awards, which are for rent. Bitter Wheat is a play about a depraved Hollywood mogul.
Directed by Rachel Bagshaw, the production will creatively combine Spoken English, BSL, captioning and audio description.
Based on the book by Luke Harding this World Premier contains high-stakes global politics and radioactive villainy.
Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti‘s new play asks how it’s possible to get on when the odds are stacked against you.
Directed by Stef O’Driscoll, the production journeys across twelve different countries using theatre, poetry and music.
“The honour would be entirely mine if you would attend my little party.”
Gwendoline Christie stars in Nicholas Hytner’s immersive production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, opening at the Bridge Theatre in June.
Leopoldstadt is a passionate drama of love, family and endurance. It is Stoppard’s most humane and heart-breaking play.
As their husbands clash over an international crisis, the first ladies of France and America find themselves alone together in a side room.
Following a phenomenal sell-out run at the Traverse part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Toast now makes its West End debut…
Miriam Battye developed Scenes with Girls whilst taking part in a Royal Court Writers’ Group.
Trapped in a house that keeps its secrets behind closed doors, a mother is confronted with the ghosts of her past.
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
Miss Cackle’s Academy for Witches is accepting new students. Make sure you know the Witches’ Code and let Mildred Hubble show you the ropes!
One day. Six cities. A thousand stories.
London’s most notorious fair comes to life this summer, spilling out of the candlelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse into the wider Globe site.
Justin Audibert turns Shakespeare’s fierce comedy of gender politics on its head in this reimagined version where women rule the world.
Stephen Mangan and Kara Tointon return to the West End to star in the world premiere of the classic Ealing comedy.
The Girl on the Train transfers to the Duke of York’s Theatre for four weeks only this Summer.
Actually investigates the highly charged topic of sexual consent, the intersection of race and gender politics and our desire to fit in
What’s it like to go to the theatre and not know what you’re going to see?
Come into the forest…dare to change your state of mind. Kimberley Sykes directs an exhilarating version of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy.
Idris Elba and Kwame Kwei-Armah’s electrifying new blend of drama, music and dance follows one man’s journey into the heart of South Africa
Tony Award-winning playwright Christopher Durang explores the entertainment industry through biting satire and surreal comedy.
Don’t miss this acclaimed stage version of Anthony Horowitz’s hilarious novel introducing the Diamond Brothers Detective Agency.
Pulitzer Prize-winning play Sweat is now playing in the West End for 50 performances only following a sold-out run at the Donmar Warehouse.