From the writers of Ragtime, Once On This Island, A Man of No Importance and Anastasia, comes this wacky musical farce about diamonds, dogs, murder and love.
A Nameless Man finds himself in a remote cabin surrounded by frozen snowfields.
Christoph Willibald Gluck’s opera Orpheus and Eurydice is based on the Greek myth of Orpheus, who - unable to accept the death of his beloved wife Eurydice - descends into the Un…
In a lengthy whirlwind of staccato scenes with lento, adagio and presto interludes, Mike Bartlett’s Earthquakes in London combines political intrigue, corporate corruption, perso…
Amateur company Sedos promise at the start of the show they have Magic To Do and boy do they deliver.
You Can’t Take it With You is a 1930’s era screwball comedy enthusiastically embraced by Sedos (The Stock Exchange Dramatic and Operatic Society), an amateur company three deca…
Sedos presents a new production of A Doll’s House, by Henrik Ibsen with an English language version by Simon Stephens, at the Bridewell Theatre, off Fleet Street, from 23 to 27 Jan…
The National Theatre version of the classic story about the creature and his creator.
Squeeze some culture into your lunchbreak!
Grab a sandwich and join Lightbox Theatre this July for a lunchtime serving of darkly comic gems by some of theatre’s most prominent p…
“Some books are so familiar that reading them is like being home again.
Graham Whittaker is a middle-aged bachelor who still lives at home with his mother.
A vintage musical soundtrack bursts to life in this show within a show.
Based on Voltaire’s 1759 novella of the same name, Candide is a masterpiece from the greats of musical theatre.
A new production of the award-winning National Theatre comedy play.
The London amateur premiere of Dennis Kellys dark tale of Gorge Mastromas, which premiered at the Royal Court Theatre.
Award-winning musical London Road returns to the capital for the first time since its acclaimed NT run in 2011, in a new production by Sedos.
Ken Harrison is a talented sculptor and teacher whose career is cut short after a horrific car accident.
A prescient play from Caroline Loncq about the European Referendum sees Tory rising star Annie and Labour hack Jim put their party differences aside in a private but passionate deb…
The deliciously dark cult musical satirising the “horrors” of marijuana.
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