London First Nights

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First date is opening (press) night; second date is first preview date
 
9 Feb
Boa
Trafalgar Studios 2
5 Feb

10 Feb
Gods and Monsters
Southwark Playhouse
5 Feb

16 Feb
A View from The Bridge
Wyndham’s Theatre
11 Feb

23 Feb
The Nether
Duke of York’s Theatre
30 Jan

23 Feb
Closer
Donmar Warehouse
12 Feb

24 Feb
Beautiful
Aldwych Theatre
10 Feb

24 Feb
Kill Me Now
Park Theatre
19 Feb

25 Feb
Man and Superman
National’s Lyttelton Theatre
17 Feb

28 Feb
Let It Be
Garrick Theatre

3 Mar
Game
Almeida Theatre
23 Feb

3 Mar
Jerry’s Girl
St James Theatre, unti 15 March only

5 Mar
Antigone
Barbican Theatre
4 Mar

19 Mar
Buyer and Cellar
Menier Chocolate Factory
12 Mar

23 Mar
Harvey
Haymarket
17 Mar

31 Mar
Sweeney Todd
London Coliseum
30 Mar

5 Apr
Gypsy
28 Mar

11 Apr
Bugsy Malone
Lyric Hammersmith
11 Apr

17 Apr
Carmen Disruption
Almeida Theatre
10 Apr

20 Apr
American Buffalo
Wyndham’s Theatre
16 Apr

23 Apr
Light Shining in Buckinghamshire
National’s Lyttelton
15 Apr

29 Apr
Everyman
National’s Olivier
22 Apr

30 Apr
The Merchant of Venice
Shakespeare’s Globe
23 Apr

1 May
Beyond Caring
National’s Temporary Theatre
28 Apr

1 May
Hay Fever
Duke of York’s
29 Apr

5 May
The Audience
Apollo Theatre
21 Apr

11 May
Beyond Bollywood
London Palladium, until June 27
8 May

14 May
High Society
Old Vic Theatre
30 Apr

20 May
As You Like It
Shakespare’s Globe
15 May

27 May
Temple
Donmar Warehouse
21 May

28 May
Just Jim Dale
Vaudeville
26 May

8 Jun
The Elephant Man
Theatre Royal, Haymarket
19 May

10 Jun
The Red Lion
National’s Dorfman
3 Jun

15 Jun
Waiting for Godot
Barbican Theatre
4 Jun

15 Jun
We Want You to Watch
National’s Temporary Theatre
11 Jun

17 Jun
The Motherf** with the Hat
National’s Lyttelton
10 Jun

1 Jul
The Importance of Being Earnest
Vaudeville
24 Jun

7 Jul
A Number
Young Vic’s Maria Studio
3 Jul

25 Aug
Hamlet
Barbican Theatre
5 Aug

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Mark Shenton has been a full-time freelance London-based theatre critic and journalist since 2002, and is proud to have co-founded MyTheatreMates with Terri Paaddock. He has variously (and sometimes simultaneously) been chief theatre critic for the Sunday Express, The Stage, WhatsOnStage, What's On in London magazine and LondonTheatre.co.uk. He has taught at ArtsEd London in Chiswick on musical theatre history since 2012. He was until recently President of the Critics' Circle, and is also on the board of Mercury Musical Developments and the National Student Drama Festival (NSDF). You can follow him on Twitter @ShentonStage, and on instagram at @ShentonStage. His personal website is www.shentonstage.com.

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Mark Shenton
Mark Shenton has been a full-time freelance London-based theatre critic and journalist since 2002, and is proud to have co-founded MyTheatreMates with Terri Paaddock. He has variously (and sometimes simultaneously) been chief theatre critic for the Sunday Express, The Stage, WhatsOnStage, What's On in London magazine and LondonTheatre.co.uk. He has taught at ArtsEd London in Chiswick on musical theatre history since 2012. He was until recently President of the Critics' Circle, and is also on the board of Mercury Musical Developments and the National Student Drama Festival (NSDF). You can follow him on Twitter @ShentonStage, and on instagram at @ShentonStage. His personal website is www.shentonstage.com.

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