The Wipers Times
Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s critically-acclaimed wartime comedy The Wipers Times returns to London’s Arts Theatre for another strictly limited season. Taking place within a bombed-out building during the peak of the First World War, the play follows the true story of a group of soldiers who turn out a notorious newspaper to keep up their fellow mates’ spirits. Facing disapproval from the Top Brass and the impending enemy attack, comic sketches and articles were featured to boost morale.
The Woman in Black
Prepare to face your fears with the acclaimed stage version of Susan Hill’s thriller The Woman in Black. Continuing to play to packed-out audiences at London’s Fortune Theatre, the haunting story is a thrilling two-hander that follows solicitor Arthur Kipps and his dealings with the Drablow house. With plenty of scares included, this particular ghost story has captured the imaginations of West End audiences, and is a must-see for any spooky theatre fan.
The Importance of Being Earnest Save 16%
Vaudeville TheatreOpens 20 Jul 2018
Oscar Wilde’s 1895 comedy The Importance of Being Earnest is revived for the stage, as part of Dominic Dromgoole’s celebratory season of the playwright. Following...
Apollo TheatreOpens 02 Aug 2018
The Birmingham Stage Company return to the West End with a world premiere of their latest production, Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain Part Four. Celebrating their...
Gangsta Granny Save 22%
Harold Pinter TheatreOpens 15 Aug 2018
David Walliams' smash hit play Gangsta Granny returns to the London stage for a run at the Noel Coward Theatre in Summer 2018.