Judith Roddy, star of Knives In Hens: 11 questions
Actor Judith Roddy tells us about starring in the dramatic, poetic Knives In Hens at Donmar Warehouse.
Gaël van den Bossche’s new dark comedy at Stockwell Playhouse explores the lives and struggles of the people who live in a bleak state.
The London Theatre presents an amazing journey through bdsm via dance and voice.
The People Versus Donald Trump
The London Theatre hosts a satirical expose of current political issues with conversations and interactions among Trump family members and associates.
Window, at The Bread And Roses Theatre, is guaranteed to leave you smirking long into the night
Late Company: Cooking up a drama
We meet the team behind Trafalgar Studios’s topical new drama about a dinner party, Late Company
Antic Disposition: Richard III is as relevant as ever
Antic Disposition on staging Shakespeare in cathedrals and why fake news is nothing new.
JUDITH: A Parting Of The Body
Coronation Street actress Catherine Cusack stars in Howard Barker’s retelling of a legend at Clapham’s Omnibus.
Dolphins And Sharks
Catch the European premiere of this US drama about greed, humanity and workplace politics.
Girl From The North Country
See Conor McPherson’s acclaimed new drama featuring the songs of Bob Dylan. Set in 1930s America, Girl From The North Country is a tale of community huddle together, teetering on the brink. Offer details: No booking fee on £67.50 tickets Valid on all evening performances until 26 August Subject to availability Book Girl From The North Country offer now
17 London autumn shows you should book tickets for now
London’s autumn season is upon us, so we’ve picked a few theatrical highlights to light up the darker evenings.
From Page To Stage: Festival Focus
Katy Lipson, creator of From Page To Stage, tells us about the festival of new musical theatre.
From musical favourites to new writing at some of London’s most intimate theatres, make the most of London theatre this September.
The White Bike
See the world premiere of this new play inspired by the story of Eilidh Cairns at The Space in East London. Millions of people cycle to work every day. And every week, some of them don’t make it home. One Tuesday morning, Isabelle packs her lunch box into her pannier, kisses her young daughter goodbye and sets off on her bike through Hackney. What happens along the way is at once shocking, inconceivable and terrifyingly ordinary. Find out more about The White Bike. Discover Theatre offer: 2 tickets for the price of 1 (Full price tickets: £17.60 each, now £8.80. Concession tickets:
9 To 5 The Musical
See the hit Dolly Parton musical as it is revived at fantastic pub theatre, Upstairs At The Gatehouse in Highgate. With songs by the legendary country singer, 9 To 5 The Musical takes the much-loved 1980s film and brings it to the stage. When three female co-workers are pushed too far by their sexist, arrogant boss, they hatch a plan to get even and live out their wildest fantasy. Find out more about the show. Discover Theatre offer: 2 tickets for the price of 1 (Full price tickets: £19.80, now £9.90 each. Concession tickets: £17.60, now £8.80 each) Available on
The Sword And The Dope
Laugh the night away with hilarious musical The Sword And The Dope at Waterloo East Theatre. A hysterical retelling of the legend of King Arthur, Michael Head’s comedy promises to lift the spirits of anyone who’s down about Brexit, NHS waiting times or public sector pay caps. Former S Club Juniors singe Stacey McClean and X Factor star Stevi Ritchie lead the cast. Find out more about the show. Discover Theatre offer: 2 for 1 tickets for Tuesday-Thursday performances (Full price tickets: £19.80, now £9.90 each. Concession tickets: £16.50, now £8.25 each) Valid for performances from 5 September Subject to
Top fringe theatre to see this week
Young actor Charlie Mulliner tips us off about her top fringe theatre to see this week
Five shows to see this week
Which London shows should you see to brighten up your week? Here are our five suggestions:
Stage stars pick their best London theatres
Who better to tip you off about the best London theatres, than the stars who perform on their stages?
Long Day’s Journey Into Night
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See Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville in Eugene O’Neill’s great American drama Long Day’s Journey Into Night.