Charlotte Merriam takes us inside the ladies’ loo
Playwright and performer Charlotte Merriam tells us about creating a theatrical movement and new play Dames, which is set inside a ladies’ toilet.
Ts&Cs – Win tickets to see a unique courtroom staging of Agatha Christie’s Witness For The Prosecution
All entrants must be over 18 years of age. Entry into the competition is free. Employees, ex-employees (and their families) of theatre.london, Witness For The Prosecution, London County Hall, EMG and all agencies connected to this contest are not eligible to enter. The closing date for this competition is midnight on 11 May 2018. The prize is a pair of best available tickets for a Tuesday to Thursday performance of Witness For The Prosecution. Prize must be taken during May or June 2018. Subject to availability. Prize cannot be used in conjunction with another offer. All elements of the prize
Win tickets to see a unique courtroom staging of Agatha Christie’s Witness For The Prosecution
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Lucy Phelps: 14 questions
Performer Lucy Phelps tells us about joining the hit whodunnit Witness For The Prosecution and why she thinks Londoners are so lucky.
Theatre tips for audiences: performers’ suggestions
We asked the stars of the London stage how to get the most from a trip to the theatre. They shared their best theatre tips.
See Orlando Bloom (The Pirates Of The Caribbean, The Lord Of The Rings) return to the London stage in Tracy Letts’s dark comedy. Bloom plays a policeman who also works as a hitman. But a chance meeting on his latest contract job disrupts his deadly plan. Book Killer Joe tickets now
All Or Nothing – The Mod Musical
See the hit musical about world famous British Mod band, Small Faces. Follow the band’s rise from East End boys to music superstars, winning fans with their style and songs including Lazy Sunday and Itchycoo Park. Offer details: Premium tickets reduced to £65 Band A tickets reduced to £49.50 Band B tickets reduced to £35 Band C tickets reduced to £27.50 Valid on Monday to Friday performances Subject to availability Must be booked by 20 April Book All Or Nothing offer now
The Grinning Man
See the acclaimed new macabre musical based on a Victor Hugo story.
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part 4
Catch the family favourite as it returns to London’s West End this summer. Discover all the gruesome, gory bits of history your teacher missed out – from ruthless Romans and Richard III to night soil men and Georgian detectives searching for a chap who’s lost his head. Offer details: No booking fee on all tickets Valid on performances from 2-31 August Valid on all performances except Saturdays Must be booked by 29 May Subject to availability Book Horrible Histories offer now
See James Graham’s hit drama about the Who Want’s To Be A Millionaire coughing scandal. When Charles Ingram won the hit TV game show, the sounds of illness coming from the audience caused a national controversy and court case. Graham’s play, previously a hit a Chichester Festival Theatre, explores our obsession with TV contests, celebrity and fake news. Offer details: Valid on Band A-D tickets Valid on performances until 5 May Must be booked by 5 May Subject to availability Book Quiz offer now
42nd Street is a classic, dance-filled Broadway musical spectacular.
See Suranne Jones, Nina Sosanya and Jason Watkins star in the acclaimed drama about a lost girl.
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:
Louisa Lytton: 13 questions
Former EastEnders star Louisa Lytton on starring in the European premiere of The Gulf and being a proud Londoner.
Sarah Alles: 11 questions
German star Sarah Alles tells us about making her London debut in new play Moormaid at Arcola Theatre.
CircusFest 2018: Festival Focus
Producer Molly Nicholson tells us about CircusFest 2018, the festival bringing the best of modern circus to London.
Gauhar Jaan – The Datia Incident: “I wanted to unshackle her story”
Mukul Ahmed tells us why the tale of India’s first recording artist, Gauhar Jaan, is a story worth telling.
The King And I
See the Tony Award-winning musical as it plays a limited season in London’s West End. Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King And I tells the story of Anna Leonowens, a British teacher who moves to Siam to teach the King’s children but develops a surprising relationship with her royal employer. Starring Kelli O’Hara and Ken Watanabe. Offer details: Reduced booking fee and free programme with Band B, C, D tickets £83.03 tickets reduced to £72.90 £70.73 tickets reduced to £62.10 £46.13 tickets reduced to £40.50 Valid on Monday – Thursday performances between 9 July and 27 September Must be booked by 22 April 2018 Subject
Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience
Step into the Faulty Towers restaurant, where anything can happen. Enjoy two hours, and a three-course meal, in the company of Basil, Manuel and Sybil. Offer details: £75 admission reduced to £60 Valid on all Thursdays (except 26 April), Friday 27 April, 4 and 11 May and all Sundays between 9 April – 13 May 2018 Subject to availability Book Faulty Towers offer now