The Night of the Iguana
Tennessee Williams classic The Night of the Iguana enjoys a starry revival this month, with Clive Owen, Lia Williams and Julian Glover among the cast. First performed on Broadway in 1961, this tale of a disgraced reverend seeking guidance and companionship with a group of morally obscure misfits is considered William’s last great work. This new run, directed by James Macdonald, also marks Clive Owen’s return to the stage after 18 years. It opens at the Noël Coward Theatre for a strictly limited season from 6 July.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s iconic musical bursts back onto the West End this month, in celebration of its 50th anniversary. Playing at the London Palladium for a strictly limited season, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is based on the biblical story about a boy sold into slavery by his jealous brothers. This new production features an all-star cast including Sheridan Smith and Jason Donovan, who famously played the central role 28 years ago. With larger than life spectacles and magnificent costumes, this incomparable classic is currently running at the London Palladium.
Theatre Royal HaymarketOpens 20 Jul 2019
Cherish the gorgeous songs and clever puppetry of Where is Peter Rabbit?, the musical Beatrix Potter adventure for children. It returns to the Theatre Royal Haymarket...
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Duke of York's TheatreOpens 22 Jul 2019
Adapted from Paula Hawkins’ chart-topping novel, The Girl On The Train continues its UK tour with a stop in the West End. Starring Eastenders’ Samantha Womack as the...
Vaudeville TheatreOpens 24 Jul 2019
The Worst Witch series is brought to life this summer in a new stage adaptation by Emma Reeves. The tale of accident-prone witch Mildred Hubble can be seen at the...