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The Audience

Back by popular demand Peter Morgan's The Audience returns to the West End for a second run following its sell out success at the...

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Death of a Salesman  

 Now playing at the Noel Coward theatre the RSC’s acclaimed production of Arthur Miller’s modern American tragedy. Conceived to celebrate 100 years since the birth of Arthur Miller this production directed by The RSC’s Artistic Director Gregory Doran has been highly praised by the critics. The play stars esteemed actor Anthony Sher as tragic hero Willy Loman in this tale that questions the gap between expectations and reality and the pursuit of the American Dream.

1984

Headlong’s startling adaptation of George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel returns to the Playhouse theatre this June following a successful tour. Never has the story of a society that keeps its inhabitants under constant surveillance felt more relevant. This critically celebrated show was previously performed at the Almeida, where it completely sold out. Now seen by a quarter of a million people this hit show is back in the West End by popular demand before embarking on a world tour. The play is like a thought provoking smack in the face and comes highly recommended. Read our review here. 

 

 

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  • Dusty

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    Charing Cross Theatre

    Opens 25 May 2015

    The Charring Cross Theatre is host to the world premiere of a new musical about the rise to fame of the iconic 60’s soul sensation Dusty Springfield. This multi-media...

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    Playhouse Theatre

    Opens 12 Jun 2015

    Hot off the back of a successful tour, this critically acclaimed Headlong, Almeida and Nottingham Playhouse co-production returns to the West End. Based on the classic...

  • The Importance of Being Earnest

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    Vaudeville Theatre

    Opens 24 Jun 2015

    David Suchet stars as Lady Bracknell in Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy at the Vaudeville theatre from the 24th of June. The plot centres on John and Algernon and the...

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  • American Buffalo

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    Wyndham's Theatre

    Closes 27 Jun 2015

    Damian Lewis stars alongside John Goodman and Tom Sturridge  in David Mamet’s play American Buffalo from April 2015 at the Wyndham’s Theatre. The play tells the...

  • Beyond Bollywood

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    London Palladium

    Closes 27 Jun 2015

    Beyond Bollywood is a vibrant dance extravaganza which arrives at the London Palladium straight from Mumbai. It follows a young girl who travels from Germany to India to...

  • McQueen

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    St. James Theatre

    Closes 27 Jun 2015

    A new play about the legendary fashion designer Alexander McQueen starring Glee’s Dianna Argon and Bluestone 42’s Stephen Wright comes to the St James theatre.

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