Exploring the rivalry and mutual fascination between Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I, Liz Lochhead’s play re-tells this murky tale of political and sexual intrigue with ferocious wit and innovation.
Lyn Gardner's Critic's Choice
"Raw, rough and sometimes as knottily and Scottishly idiomatic as any flight of Robert Burns... endlessly inventive"
"This seldom-told tale is highly engaging... the cast is one of the strongest I've seen on the London Fringe"
The UK's official 75th anniversary production of Thornton Wilder's seminal 1938 Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
Our Town has been performed somewhere in the United States every night since its premiere. Following a generation of villagers in a small New England town—through their daily lives, loves, marriages, and deaths—it is as famous for its portrayal of turn-of-the-century America as it is for its unique theatricality and timeless themes.
Directed by Off-West End Award nominee Tim Sullivan and featuring a cast assembled from eight different countries around the world, the streets of tiny Grover’s Corners stretch globally to underscore the true universality of Our Town.
An acclaimed production of the Pulitzer Prize-nominated play by Howard Korder transfers from the Etcetera Theatre. Poignant, honest and acerbically funny, it tells the story of three former college pals, struggling to deal with the emptiness of modern life.
Whitechapel, 1888. The most infamous serial killer of all time has brutally murdered five women. Police surgeons guide us through this world of secrets in a new work told through song and taken from the writings of the people who knew these women best.
One of the darkest and most romantic of Dickens novels, this adaptation by Terence Rattigan and John Gielgud gets its world premiere in a daring production by King’s Head Theatre artistic director Adam
Olivier Award-winning OperaUpClose present the story of Violetta, a so-called 'fallen woman' who sacrifices her own happiness for her lover's family and future, in a co-production with Malmö Opera and the Belgrade Theatre.
Directed by OperaUpClose artistic director Robin Norton-Hale (Olivier Award-winner 2011 for La Boheme)
23 October - 30 November
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