Simon Russell Beale plays Borkman in Ibsen’s towering masterpiece.
Experience the Wars of the Roses like never before in this dynamic production.
Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti‘s new play asks how it’s possible to get on when the odds are stacked against you.
Lucy Bailey directs this new production of Agatha Christie's Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall.
Miriam Battye developed Scenes with Girls whilst taking part in a Royal Court Writers’ Group.
Cush Jumbo (The Good Wife, The Good Fight) makes her Young Vic debut as a new kind of Hamlet for this generation.
Following it’s critically acclaimed premiere in 2018, this coming of age story inspired by Dizzee Rascal’s seminal album.
Endgame will be presented in a double bill with Samuel Beckett’s rarely seen short play Rough for Theatre II.
Chris Bush reimagines the Faust myth to explore what we must sacrifice to achieve greatness.
Paula Vogel’s new play is based on Horace McCoy’s classic story of ambition, desperation and determination.
The Taming of the Shrew questions the essence of Man and Woman, the feminine and the masculine, and searches for answers.
Rachael Stirling (Wild Bill, The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco) leads the cast of Rachel O’Riordan’s major revival of Love, Love, Love.
‘You’ve lies in the whites of your eyes, Nora. What have you done…?’
The Old Vic’s A Christmas Carol fills the auditorium to the brim with mince pies, music and merriment.
Philip Pullman sets The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage twelve years before his epic His Dark Materials trilogy.
Sex as power in the reign of Elizabeth I.
A lamppost. Night. Two friends are passing time. Stuck. Waiting for change.
‘Because Christmas. Well… That’s when they say people come home.’
Academy Award-nominee Ruth Negga makes her Young Vic debut as Portia Coughlan in Marina Carr’s haunting play, directed by Caroline Byrne.
A subversive comedy drama about imperialism, cross-racial adoption, cultural appropriation... and tea.
How do you navigate a society in which women are consciously and unconsciously commodified, coerced and controlled?
The much-celebrated Leeds Playhouse production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe comes to the Bridge Theatre
“The honour would be entirely mine if you would attend my little party.”
Blurring the lines of opera, house music and theatre, Nmon Ford’s Orfeus makes its World Premiere at the Young Vic,
Roger Allam and Colin Morgan star in Caryl Churchill’s thrilling drama, which won the 2002 Evening Standard Best Play Award.
Richard’s reign of terror is about to begin and Shakespeare’s monstrously charismatic villain wants you there for the ride.
Based on the celebrated novels by Elena Ferrante, My Brilliant Friend is an epic story of love, violence, ambition and self-destruction.
Reykjavik, 1972. All eyes are on the ‘the Match of the Century’: Boris Spassky vs. Bobby Fischer in the World Chess Championship.