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From 02 Sep 2014 to 31 Jan 2015
Hot off the back of a critically acclaimed sold out run at the Almeida theatre comes Mike Bartlett’s hit new play. It imagines a future where the Queen is dead and Charles succeeds the throne to disastrous effect. The play is structured like one of Shakespeare’s history plays and written in blank verse and iambic pentameter. Directed by Rupert Goold.
From 30 Nov -0001 to 18 Aug 2014
Carey Mulligan will make her West End debut in this revival of David Hare’s classic play. The production is directed by Stephen Daldry and also stars Bill Nighy. Teacher Kyra Hollis is visited unexpectedly by ex lover Tom Sargeant after his wife has died, the two attempt to rekindle the flames of passion but their different ideologies stand in the way.
From 16 Jan 2014 to 19 Apr 2014
Following a critically acclaimed sell out run at the Donmar Warehouse Josie Rourke’s revival of Conor McPherson award winning 1997 play comes to the West End. Set in an isolated Irish pub this naturalistic play sees a group of people come together to swap ghost stories.
From 06 Sep 2013 to 04 Jan 2014
As an infamous gangster plans to return to their home to collect his fortune, the Packers family must come up with a plan before he arrives to take what's his. Lee Evans and Sheila Hancock star in this raucous comedy.
From 14 May 2013 to 31 Aug 2013
A man arrives to ask his girlfriend's parents for her hand in marriage in this Alan Ayckbourn comedy of mistaken identities.
From 23 Jan 2013 to 13 Apr 2013
Rowan Atkinson stars in this play following teachers in an English school for foreigners. The front rows of the Dress Circle offer the best views.
From 16 Oct 2012 to 19 Jan 2013
The bobby socks 1950's rock and roll musical tells of first love in a simpler time. The Stalls offer a good view, particularly towards the middle of each row.
From 15 May 2012 to 01 Sep 2012
The Menier Chocolate Factory’s triumphant production of Mike Leigh’s classic comedy transfers to the West End. Set in the 1970’s Beverley and her husband host a disastrous drinks party.
From 22 Mar 2012 to 12 May 2012
The Oscar winning film is returned to the stage with this production of the original play. After his brothers abdication the newly crowned King George VI must overcome his speech impediment with the help of an experimental speech therapist Lionel Logue.
From 11 Feb 2015 to 11 Apr 2015
A View From The Bridge is one of Arthur Miller's best known plays. It's set in 1950s New York and critiques the idea of the American Dream. Eddie Carbone, an Italian immigrant, has started a new life in New York and his Sicilian family come over to join him. But the family starts to buckle under the pressures of living in a new city, leading to one of them committing the ultimate betrayal.
From 03 Jul 2015 to 26 Sep 2015
Comedian Stephen Merchant makes his stage debut alongside Gavin and Stacey’s Steffan Rhodri in a revival of Richard Bean’s darkly comic 2002 play The Mentalists. Two old friends come together in a Finsbury Park Hotel room to tape a radical political message to the world.
From 16 Apr 2015 to 27 Jun 2015
Lindsay Posner directs an all star cast including Damian Lewis (Homeland) John Goodman (The Big Lebowski) and Tom Sturridge (Being Julia) in David Mamet’s 1975 play American Buffalo. After selling a rare buffalo nickel at his junk shop Don begins to suspect it’s worth considerably more. He and his low life friends plan a heist to retrieve the coin however they are at odds about its execution.
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