Theatre in 2018 – Star names, revivals, transfers and new writing lie ahead for what promises to be another exciting year for London theatre.
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Patrick Marber’s The Red Lion is to transfer to Trafalgar Studios for a limited season from 1 November – 2 December 2017. This powerful, touching locker room drama reaches beyond the beautiful game. It explores contrasting ideas about loyalty, ambition and what it takes to win, from the perspectives of three different generations. Following a […]
Tennant offers what the West End loves: a tour-de-force performance that looks totally at home in the gilded, plush, ornate interior of this exquisite fin-de-siecle theatre.
We are pleased to bring you Helen Maybanks’ great production images from Patrick Marber’s play Don Juan In Soho starring David Tennant which opens at the Wyndham’s Theatre tonight for a strictly limited eleven week run. “Please don’t be charmed, he’s not a lovable rogue…” Loosely based on Molière’s tragicomedy ‘Don Juan’, this modern update […]
At a time when the role of the arts is as hotly discussed as ever, Stoppard’s play could not be timelier. Travesties both baffles and intrigues; a masterful piece of writing that will leave you thinking all the way home.
Van Hove’s production is never less than interesting, creating memorable stage pictures, and containing powerful, committed, acting from the ensemble.
UPDATE: This production is selling fast. Book now to avoid disappointment. David Tennant is to return to the West End in the title role in Patrick Marber’s Don Juan in Soho. The play presented by Playful Productions and directed by Patrick Marber will be presented at London’s Wyndham’s Theatre for a strictly limited eleven week […]
The Menier Chocolate Factory and Sonia Friedman productions have announced that Tom Stoppard’s award-winning comedy Travesties will transfer to the Apollo Theatre in February 2017. Travesties tickets are now on sale. Tom Stoppard’s dazzling comedy of art, love and revolution features James Joyce, Tristan Tzara and Lenin as remembered — and misremembered — by Henry […]