Big: The Musical
A big-hearted musical rolls into the West End this September. BIG the Musical is the hilarious and touching show based on the 1980s Tom Hanks classic film Big. The Wanted's Jay McGuinness stars as Josh Baskin, a 12-year-old boy who's fed up of being little. One night, a wish at the carnival changes everything. Now there are lessons to be learned, a grown-up world to navigate and plenty of hi-jinks ahead. BIG features songs by David Shire and Richard Maltby and is directed and choreographed by Morgan Young. Catch it at the West End's Dominion Theatre and discover this winsome story as you've never seen it before.
All My Sons
Arthur Miller's enduring classic All My Sons is treated to a starry revival co-produced by Headlong and The Old Vic. It's 1947 America, and Joe and Kate Keller have managed to stay afloat in the aftermath of the war, but a family gathering unearths truths from the past which nobody could possibly be prepared for. Bill Pullman and Sally Field make their London debuts as Joe and Kate. They are joined by Jenna Coleman and Colin Morgan. Jeremy Herrin directs. Presenting Miller's much-visited themes of family, hidden truths and the heavy price of the American Dream, All My Sons plays at The Old Vic from April.
Duke of York's TheatreOpens 22 Apr 2019
Hayley Atwell and Tom Burke star in Duncan Macmillan's thrilling adaptation of Rosmersholm at Duke of York's Theatre.
London ColiseumOpens 26 Apr 2019
Kelsey Grammer and Danielle de Niese star in a sweeping revival of Man of La Mancha at the London Coliseum.
Piccadilly TheatreOpens 11 May 2019
Here's another chance to catch Sam Mendes’ expansive American tale The Lehman Trilogy, based on the financial crisis and fall of an empire.