Which London productions should you see to brighten up your week? We have five suggestions for the shows to see this week – and don’t forget you can get great deals for shows in West End and across London this September with Discover Theatre.
The last chance choice – Queen Anne (Theatre Royal Haymarket)
Don’t miss your final opportunity to see the Royal Shakespeare Company’s tale of friendship and political intrigue starring Romola Garai. It is 1702. As Princess Anne is about to take the throne, the politicians and advisors around her jostle for position. What she needs is a friend. But the one friend she has is hatching her own plan.
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The escapist choice – Five Guys Named Moe (Marble Arch Theatre)
Marble Arch looks different this autumn. Step out of the tube station’s exit 3 and you’re met with a brand-new pop-up theatre. Inside, a cool bar takes audiences back to 1940s New Orleans. And when you go past the bar into the Spiegeltent auditorium, a joyful, fun-filled, conga-riffic show, packed with the songs of Louis Jordan, will bebop away the troubles of the day. BOOK NOW
The premiere choice – Le Grand Mort (Trafalgar Studios)
Julian Clary stars in the world premiere of a show written especially for him by Stephen Clark. He plays Michael, a man meticulously preparing dinner in his pristine Notting Hill flat. When his dinner guest arrives, a deadly game of cat and mouse begins, and the reasons each of them is there begin to unravel.
The comic choice – Ramona Tells Jim (Bush Theatre)
The new dark comedy by Sophie Wu is the story of teenagers caught in a scandal. Fifteen years after a school trip, Ramona returns to Scotland intent on discussing the events with Jim. But he has a new family and a new life.
The Discover Theatre choice – The Play That Goes Wrong (Duchess Theatre)
Need a laugh this week? The Play That Goes Wrong could be the show for you. The comedy about the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society’s attempts to stage a murder mystery has taken the world by storm since starting life at the Old Red Lion Theatre in 2013. With Olivier Awards and Broadway transfers under its belt, the brilliantly silly show is still going strong in the West End. You can save £18 on tickets to see the hilarious show as part of Discover Theatre.