Grittier and more electrifying than ever before, the world’s best-loved musical makes a triumphant return to London’s Dominion Theatre.
Fresh from Live at The Apollo, Mock The Week, and The Last Leg, Best Newcomer nominee Maisie Adam is back with a brand new show for 2022, ‘Buzzed’.
The year is 1645 and the English Civil War rages through the country.
The Peaceful brothers, Tommo and Charlie, have a tough rural childhood facing the death of their father, financial hardship and a cruel landlord.
One of comedy’s most exciting rising stars, Steve Bugeja
(AKA ‘The Mighty Booj’, ‘Moulin Booj’, or – for December only – &lsquo…
Celebrated Australian performer Barry Humphries will take British audiences on a revelatory trip through his colourful life and theatrical career when he tours the UK in April & Ma…
MARK BILLY BILLINGHAM is TV's most experienced, highest ranking and most decorated SAS leader and sniper.
Hi, I’m Gemma.
The Lincoln Center Theater’s critically acclaimed, multi-award-winning production of My Fair Lady comes to London in the first major West End revival of Lerner & Loewe’s much-l…
This is Oklahoma! as you’ve never seen it before, re-orchestrated and reimagined for the 21st century.
“English rebellions by their very nature are generally bloodthirsty affairs.
In Ruby’s Pop-Up record and vintage clothes shop magical things are happening, people are falling in love, finding themselves, sorting their lives and restyli…
Frankie Howerd was one of Britain's most loved comedians for half a century.
Award-winning dance artist and cultural innovator Ivan Michael Blackstock’s TRAPLORD is an immersive dance performance meditating on life, death and rebirth.
Adam Rowe, host of the smash hit Have A Word Podcast, star of Live At The Apollo and Roast Battle brings us his brand new stand-up tour; ‘Imperious’.
It's me again, your old internet friend Dr Giggles.
Star of Spitting Image, Steph’s Packed Lunch and with over 10 million views of his online videos, Luke Kempner is one of the UK’s hottest mimics and stand-up…
The award-winning team that brought Sasha Regan’s All Male ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ to Wilton’s Music Hall and the West End take you below deck in W.
Journey back to the liberating
days of 1960s’ London and explore the infectious anthems that made household
names of stars such as Petula Clark, Dusty Springfield, Lulu and S…
Eddie is a single waiter who wasn’t talented enough to die at 27.
After being dumped by text on his birthday the week before the world shut down, Comedian Eddie Fortune was a mess.
Two teenage climate activists from Washington State embark on an impulsive motorcycle journey to join a group of oil protesters on the East Coast.
All-American student Eleanor has the best moms in the world.
Unrivalled in their ability to present exciting and new international choreography as well as some of the most memorable masterpieces from the past 100 years, Rambert Dance Compa…
Totally Football Live
The Totally Football Show
returns to the stage, and what better place to kick start things than
the Leicester Square Theatre in t…
Acclaimed British tenor Ben Johnson and Irish pianist Niall Kinsella perform Franz Schubert’s great song-cycle, Winterreise.
Go inside the mind of Shakespeare’s grief stricken prince as Hamlet is performed in the intimate confines of the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse for the first time, directed by Sean Holmes…
Winner of Best Actor and Bewley’s Little Gem
awards at Dublin Fringe, and nominated Best
New Play at the Irish Times Theatre Awards,
Aonghus Óg McAnally ret…
Join author, campaigner and podcast host Ruairí McKiernan, Senator Lynn Ruane and special guests for what is guaranteed to be a lively and inspiring conversation …
Cloud Study uses the idea of clouds as a traveling, dreamy mass which floats above everything.
This booklet and video, produced by Pavee Point Traveller &
Roma Centre, aim to raise awareness on the impacts of Traveller homelessness on
On January 6th 1982, a young Irish emigrant borrows an English
language book from a library in Munich.
It’s time to celebrate everything that is good about Christmas with our very own People’s Players!Liverpool’s Royal Court’s amateur dramatic grou…
1980's era-defining comedian Ben Elton returns to the London stage to explore the modern age, bringing his hilarious perspectives with him!
As the 'Godfather' of modern…
After creating the hugely successful The Unlikely Candidate (“a fantastic blend of buffoonery and horseplay”Writebase) Liverpool’s Royal Court Youth Th…
The Jack is back this Christmas with the premiere of a hair-raising comedy that celebrates the festive spirit! Headstrong and obstinate writer Jeremy Roland cannot believ…
Miss Martina (a.
Deck the halls with Customs
Manifest Forms and don’t expect any turkey – it’s the end of year festive
live special from Oh God, What Now?, the hi…
Calvin is going to completely revolutionise his life.
‘It’s only a matter of time before you jump off the balcony for a front page spread’.
The Bridge House Theatre are delighted to announce the return of our evening of performance poetry!POW!Play On Words 2Curated and compered by Lee Campbell, the evening will see per…
Music from a special guest performer
Established in 1989 by poet Theo Dorgan, Poetry Ireland’s Introductions Series offers exciting opportunities for talented, em…
The antics of the Wicksteed home are a darkly satirical merry-go-round in Alan Bennett’s Habeas Corpus.
Music from Bróna Keogh
Established in 1989 by poet Theo Dorgan, Poetry Ireland’s Introductions Series offers exciting opportunities for talented, eme…
The one with the improvised comedy! Don your sweater-vest and your Rachel hairdo, and get ready to relive the ‘90s.
Philip Pullman sets The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage twelve years before his epic His Dark Materials trilogy.
A man caught in the act.
Euripides’ classic Greek tragedy of chaos, destruction and the immortal power of a god reimagined.
Barrel Organ presents the first event in the relaunch of their highly successful programme, LIVE LDN.
When Mark Twain said the only two certainties in life were death and taxes, he clearly hadn’t accounted for Andrew Pollard and the Greenwich team knocking out a cracking panto.
A fierce storm.
"Part gig, part festival, part immersive adventure" - Lauren Laverne
"Secret Cinema for live music" - London Live
"Best Covid Safe Live Music Event 2020&qu…
The stranger and his daughter live alone on a remote island.
Hop aboard a magical carpet ride to a far-away land.
Based on the film of the same name, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels tells the story of two very different con men, the debonair Lawrence Jameson and the vulgar Freddy Benson.
This Christmas, Hope Mill Theatre are delighted to be staging the first new UK production of The Wiz in 10 years.
‘I’ve had enough of keeping my eyes down, mum.
Spinning Yarns and guzzling pints in the seaside bar they have adopted as home, Johnny
Comerford and Mucker Kinsella have carved out for themselves a haven in retirement…
In a desperate attempt to bring some spark back to their all-too-cosy married life, professional millennials Michael and Phil switch a sherry on the couch for a night on the town.
Reversed, deconstructed and re-imagined to create a truly remarkable piece of theatre, Juliet & Romeo is the inaugural long-run production at The Chelsea Theatre, following its…
Actor, singer, soldier, lover, icon.
Ladies, Gaydies, Theydies, straight people who can take a joke Fashionista, and musical comedian, Simon David is back at The Glory trying out some horrible new songs LIVE! Fro…
Banksy’s works pop up in all sorts of places, but seeing them is often a challenge.
The Tony Awards for comedy must have had a lean year in 2013 when Christopher Durang won Best Play for Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.
With an aerial rope and several fairies, two characters search for their essential selves in a never-ending process of growing up.
This Autumn, Voila! Europe 2021 will return both online and in-person to The Cockpit with their eclectic programme of some of the most exciting and experimental artists from across…
What would you do if you found a message in a bottle, with the phone number of a child in the
Calais Jungle? We Are Not Shellfish is a provocative, heartfelt puppet show about th…
Opera Loki presents a steamy Mexican riff on Bizet’s classic tale of female seduction - Carmen
Featuring sizzling hot emerging operatic stars of the future.
Saibh Skelly is a 17 year-old singer, songwriter, and busker from Dublin in Ireland.
Boy out the City at Battersea’s Turbine Theatre is a solo piece performed by Declan Bennett.
It’s the near-apocalyptic near-future.
Through a fusion of folk music and contemporary dance, this modern retelling of a classic Greek myth offers a new perspective on love, loss and recovery.
1 in 2 people in prison were permanently excluded from school as children.
The pick of the Cabaret Playroom season.
Mike Leigh’s iconic comedy drama returns to the London stage with Kellie Shirley playing Beverly, and Ryan Early (Lee Bryce in The Archers) playing her angst-driven husband Laure…
Finn and Minna come together two years after ending their relationship.
Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) is a unique and audacious retelling of Jane Austen’s most iconic love story.
A New writing from Robert Atler (he/him) and Ruth West (she/her) which will premiere at this years Colchester Fringe Festival showcasing the best in promising new talent from the W…
Glitz and glamour, fun and frolics, Scottish Ballet’s Starstruck is a delight, just what we need after 18 months of closed theatres.
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A darkly witty take on the American pop art icon Andy Warhol and the woman who shot him, Valerie Solanas.
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