The Lightest Element

The Lightest Element

“Nothing compares with being the first person in the history of the world to see something, but timing is everything. 

Visit From An Unknown Woman

Visit From An Unknown Woman

“There’s this monstrous idiot – this monstrous elected idiot – who keeps telling his fellow-idiots to throw my books on a bonfire and beat me up in the street…” Vienna… 

Between Riverside and Crazy

Between Riverside and Crazy

“Son, that girl, she’s a nice girl, but she don’t study accounting. 

The Divine Mrs S

The Divine Mrs S

“Stop writing? This was your first play. 

Double Feature

Double Feature

“Art and Eros are always superimposed, don’t you find? You cannot separate the two: the model naked in supplication before the artist; the artist exposing himself in tr… 

Rock 'N' Roll

Rock 'N' Roll

“If I was English I wouldn’t care if Communism in Czechoslovakia reformed itself into a pile of pig shit. 

To Have and To Hold

To Have and To Hold

“He talks about going to Switzerland, to that place where you pay them to kill you… And I say “go! It’ll do you good. 

To Have And To Hold

To Have And To Hold

The final days of a sixty-year marriage are turned into a domestic comedy in the latest offering from playwright Richard Bean, of One Man, Two Guvnors fame, in To Have and To Hold,… 

anthropology

anthropology

“These are my tools, I used them, and honestly it’s not that hard – you’re basically a chatbot. 

Song From Far Away

Song From Far Away

Simon Stephens and Mark Eitzel wrote Song From Far Away in 2014 for director Ivan van Hove, who wanted ‘a monologue with song’ for the actor Eelco Smits. 

Re-Member Me

Re-Member Me

“This feels like a new evolution in terms of theatre. 

Biscuits for Breakfast

Biscuits for Breakfast

It’s not only the title of the play; Biscuits For Breakfast is all that some people have to start the day, and that’s if they are lucky. 

Linck & Mülhahn

Linck & Mülhahn

Prussia, 1720. 

Sons of the Prophet

Sons of the Prophet

Joseph Douaihy, a gay American Maronite Christian in rural Pennsylvania, has a pretty complicated life. 

Mary

Mary

Douglas Henshall has wasted no time in returning to the stage after his years in Shetland. 

Mary

Mary

It’s 1567. 

The Fellowship

The Fellowship

Children of the Windrush generation, sisters Dawn and Marcia Adams grew up in 1980s London and were activists on the front line against the multiple injustices of that time. 

The Breach

The Breach

Celebrated director Sarah Frankcom makes her debut at Hampstead Theatre in a spartan production of Naomi Wallace’s morality-defying play The Breach. 

The Fever Syndrome

The Fever Syndrome

Professor Richard Myers, the great IVF innovator, is virtually a secular saint because of the thousands of babies he has created throughout his career. 

The Haystack

The Haystack

Neil and Zef are two twenty-something computer whizzes with questionable dress sense and a highly developed interest in video games and Netflix. 

Pigspurt's Daughter

Pigspurt's Daughter

Hampstead Theatre will host Daisy Campbell’s new one-woman show Pigspurt’s Daughter between 11 and 14 July 2018. 

Gloria

Gloria

New York. 

Occupational Hazards

Occupational Hazards

September 2003. 

Filthy Business

Filthy Business

1968, East London. 

Creating Who Do You Think You Are?

Creating Who Do You Think You Are?

The hugely successful TV programme, Who Do You Think You Are? traces celebrities’ ancestry, discovering surprises from their families’ past along the way. 

Harry Potter: Boy.Wizard.Hero

Harry Potter: Boy.Wizard.Hero

Have you ever wanted to explore the magical world of the Harry Potter books? Join the Professor of Potter’s brand new assistant for a fun, interactive hour with spells, potio… 

Thenford: The Creation of an English Garden - In Conversation with Lord and Lady Heseltine

Thenford: The Creation of an English Garden - In Conversation with Lord and Lady Heseltine

Michael and Anne Heseltine describe the ups and downs of their shared 40-year project to transform, bit by bit, the wild, overgrown and often dilapidated woodland at their family h… 

In Conversation with Julian Fellowes

In Conversation with Julian Fellowes

A chance to hear from the multi-award-winning writer with a string of hit productions across theatre and television. 

Stories with Michael Rosen and Chris Riddell

Stories with Michael Rosen and Chris Riddell

Join Children’s Laureate past and present Michael Rosen and Chris Riddell for a sublime afternoon of poetry and illustration for the young and young-at-heart. 

Sex with Strangers

Sex with Strangers

‘Look, I’m giving you another chance to show the world how talented you are. 

Wild Honey

Wild Honey

BY MICHAEL FRAYN, ADAPTED FROM THE PLAY WITHOUT A NAME BY ANTON CHEKHOV DIRECTED BY HOWARD DAVIES Village schoolmaster Mikhail Vasilyevich has it all: wit, intelligence,…