Theatre

ENDS NOV' 23. Robert Holman’s two-hander – here getting its London premiere – presents an odd encounter between...
Peter Egan and Alex Waldmann in Jonah and Otto photo: Jack sain
George Maguire in Sunny Afternoon photo: kevin cummins
Throbbing with energy and studded with Kinks hits, Sunny Afternoon has transfered from Hampstead Theatre.
Gemma Arterton in Made in Dagenham
Here's a show that would be supremely better without its fart jokes. Every time you find something to love about this musical – catchy songs, clever set – there is a puerile gag about bums or bonking
Walking Through Wire at the Hen and Chickens Theatre
Gary Kittle’s new play tackles the tough themes of sexual prejudice and homophobia during the First World War.
Chris Rapley in 2071. Photo: Stephen Cummiskey
Award-winning playwright Duncan Macmillan (responsible for the hit 1984), innovative director Katie Mitchell and scientist Chris Rapley have been brought together to create a piece of theatre about climate.
The Crock at Pentameters is a sequel to The Browning Version
The Crock at Pentameters is a sequel to The Browning Version.
Teenage angst in The Wall at the Hope Theatre
A laugh-out-loud whistlestop tour of teenage tribulations, The Wall nostalgically lifts the lid on four Scottish youngsters’ search for stimulation during the summer holidays.
Future imperfect: Soulless at COG ARTspace
The individual’s struggle for mastery in Goethe’s epic 18th-century tale is one of the literary ur-...
Adrian Edmonson, Miles Jupp and Neil Morrissey in Neville’s Island. Photo: Joh
, our four hapless heroes are stranded on an island in the middle of Derwentwater after being...
The Curing Room at the Pleasance Theatre
Based on a true story from the dying days of the Second World War, David Ian Lee’s play examines...
Memphis at Shaftesbury Theatre
Beverley Knight’s records may seem supermarket fodder for Heart FM listeners and, hey, an ambition...
Laura Elsworthy, David Cromer and David Walmsley in Our Town photo: Marc brenner
First performed in 1938, Thornton Wilder’s evocation of small-town America combines a classic text...
Colman Domingo, Julian Glover and Forrest McClendon in The Scottsboro Boys
This final collaboration of John Kander and the late Fred Ebb is a great musical about a serious...
Daniel Millar in Stink Foot photo: Jack sain
When Tate and Lyle are sponsoring a show you might expect a sweet, sugary delight but Stink Foot,...
Kristin Scott Thomas in Electra photo: Johan Persson
You could cut glass on the gaunt cheekbones of Kristen Scott Thomas’s grief mask. In this retelling...
Peter Davison and Finlay Robertson in The Vertical Hour. Photo: Tea Films
It was prescient that this revival of a play concerned with societal and personal responsibility...
Women's Hour at Camden People's Theatre
Headlining the Calm Down, Dear: Festival of Feminism, the bra-baking, Barbie-bashing harmony of...
Teh Internet is Serious Business at The Royal Court
A play about the internet featuring interpretative dance, cartoon animal costumes and a children’s...
Cast action in The Play That Goes Wrong. Photo: Alastair Muir
There's nothing new about a 1920s farce, and it’s almost inevitable that anything of the genre...