Comedian and singer/songwriter Laura-Doe comes to London’s Bread and Roses Theatre next month with her hit one-woman cabaret about female genitalia Laura-Doe’s Vaudeville of the Vulva. Book you tickets now!
With Game of Thrones about to leave a massive whole in people’s lives when the epic HBO drama comes to its conclusions, fans can still feed their hunger for all things bloodthirsty, Machiavellian and… tasty with immersive dining experience Dinner Is Coming. Book your tickets for a wedding like no other!
Blue, Sycorax Collective’s hit one-woman show, returns to the stage this summer following a five-star debut at last year’s Camden Fringe. Book your tickets now.
“My character does not treat his wife respectfully at all…” Watch Brian Martin talking about Finborough Theatre’s four star revival of St John Ervine’s Jane Clegg, then book a ticket for one of the final performances!
The Andrew Lloyd Webber Bridge Company, which features a cast of recent graduates from the BRIT School, comes to Southwark Playhouse next month with world premieres of musical The Sandman and drama What Was Left. Book your tickets to see these exciting new theatremakers in action now!
Usually lurking behind the scenes, trying to control public perceptions of their client, publicists stand centre stage in new satire Cuttings, which plays the Hope Theatre in June. Time to book your tickets!
Taking Liberties, a new comedy about a woman trying to leave old habits behind and build a new relationship with her brother, will play a limited one-week season at the Bread and Roses Theatre this month. Time to book your tickets.
Following the story of an Essex girl who want to be a makeup artist, Michelle Payne’s new dark comedy Sad About The Cows, returns for a one-week run at Tristan Bates Theatre this month, having impressed audiences as part of the John Thaw Initiative Working Class Season earlier this year. Book your tickets now.
Physical theatre company BoxLess Theatre will debut their new drama Hedgehog at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre next month. It will be their first show as Associate Artists of the newly relaunched venue. Book your tickets now!
Meghan Kennedy’s play about immigrant families in America, Napoli, Brooklyn, will come to London’s Park Theatre in the summer of 2019 as the culmination of a UK tour that started in Malvern this week. Time to book your tickets!