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Things To Do In London This Weekend: 17-18 September 2016

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 17-18 September 2016

Run in a zoo for charity, ogle photos of outer space. | By Londonist
Meet The Brains Behind Zom-Rom-Com Nina Forever

Meet The Brains Behind Zom-Rom-Com Nina Forever

We talk to the Blaine Brothers about getting bloody. | By Stuart Black
Cannibal Trouble For Idris Elba In New Luther

Cannibal Trouble For Idris Elba In New Luther

BBC’s cop opera returns. | By Stuart Black
Get Discounted Tickets For Over 100 Top London Shows This Christmas

Get Discounted Tickets For Over 100 Top London Shows This Christmas

Great deals in the West End. | By Londonist
 Unconvinced By True Stories From The Trading Floor

Unconvinced By True Stories From The Trading Floor

Roaring Trade at Park Theatre. | By BelindaL ★★★☆☆
Theatre Tonight: Hang At The Royal Court £10

Theatre Tonight: Hang At The Royal Court £10

New play by Debbie Tucker Green. | Sponsor
Battery Farm Drama Running Low On Plot

Battery Farm Drama Running Low On Plot

Chicken story has no legs. | By BelindaL ★★☆☆☆
Frantic Assembly's Othello Is Explosive And Gripping

Frantic Assembly's Othello Is Explosive And Gripping

Hold onto your seats for this psychological thriller. | By BelindaL ★★★★☆
See The Horror Of War In An Arsenal

See The Horror Of War In An Arsenal

Mother Courage and her Children comes to Woolwich. | By Sarah Stewart
This Year’s Camden Fringe Is Bigger Than Ever

This Year’s Camden Fringe Is Bigger Than Ever

Over 200 shows from across the arts spectrum. | By Londonist
Terrific Acting Can’t Plug Tom Basden’s Holes

Terrific Acting Can’t Plug Tom Basden’s Holes

Mildy amusing in parts, a strangely ugly play overall. | By Stuart Black
Bill Nighy And Carey Mulligan Shine In Skylight

Bill Nighy And Carey Mulligan Shine In Skylight

Revival of David Hare’s 1995 play is a palpable hit | By Stuart Black
Prepare For Blood In The Last Days Of Troy

Prepare For Blood In The Last Days Of Troy

An epic telling of an epic story. | By DannyH
Art Or Artifice: Bakersfield Mist At The Duchess Theatre

Art Or Artifice: Bakersfield Mist At The Duchess Theatre

Kathleen Turner and Ian McDiarmid, on what makes good art. | By James FitzGerald
No Change Without Trouble: Clarence Darrow At The Old Vic

No Change Without Trouble: Clarence Darrow At The Old Vic

Kevin Spacey delivers a winsome performance. | By James FitzGerald
Waiting For Godot At Arcola Theatre

Waiting For Godot At Arcola Theatre

What are you waiting for? | By Sarah Stewart
Yellow Face: A Deft Deconstruction Of Race And Culture

Yellow Face: A Deft Deconstruction Of Race And Culture

David Henry Hwang's play at National Theatre's Shed. | By Sarah Stewart
A Conflict Of Cultures: My Name Is... At The Arcola

A Conflict Of Cultures: My Name Is... At The Arcola

Kidnapping, the media and Pakistan. | By Londonist
Orpheus at Battersea Arts Centre: A Musical Feast

Orpheus at Battersea Arts Centre: A Musical Feast

To Hades and Back...with Swing! | By Sarah Stewart
Circa And Debussy String Quartet's Opus At Barbican Theatre

Circa And Debussy String Quartet's Opus At Barbican Theatre

Marvellous manic momentum in motion and music. | By Sarah Stewart
Ian McEwan's The Cement Garden At Vault Festival

Ian McEwan's The Cement Garden At Vault Festival

Dark deeds and hidden secrets under Waterloo Station | By Sarah Stewart
Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas...In The Waterloo Vaults

Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas...In The Waterloo Vaults

Go Gonzo for this underground production! | By Sarah Stewart
A Once In A Lifetime Lear At The National Theatre

A Once In A Lifetime Lear At The National Theatre

Simon Russell Beale is titanic in Sam Mendes’ mind-blowing production | By Stuart Black
We Know We Want This: Blurred Lines At The Shed

We Know We Want This: Blurred Lines At The Shed

A searing exploration of gender inequality. | By Sarah Stewart
New Writing On The Radar At Bush Theatre

New Writing On The Radar At Bush Theatre

Inspiring shows and works in progress. | By Lindsey
Five Reasons To See Edward II At The National Theatre

Five Reasons To See Edward II At The National Theatre

An edgy mix of politics, sex and power. | Sponsor
Billy Budd At Southwark Playhouse

Billy Budd At Southwark Playhouse

Melville's tale is as rich as whale fat. | By Stuart Black
Radio 4 Goes Back To Neverwhere

Radio 4 Goes Back To Neverwhere

As above, so below. | By Jonn
What’s On In London Theatre: 15-21 January

What’s On In London Theatre: 15-21 January

Our pick of London's best theatre, comedy and puppetry on offer this week. | By Zoe Craig
What’s On In London Theatre 30 Oct-5 Nov

What’s On In London Theatre 30 Oct-5 Nov

Our top tips for the best theatre, opera and dance shows opening in London this week. | By Zoe Craig
Camden Fringe Reviews: Staple/face, Underhero & Gallantry

Camden Fringe Reviews: Staple/face, Underhero & Gallantry

Sketch comedy, innovative theatre and potted opera on one Saturday afternoon. | By Londonist
Preview: Camden Fringe 2012

Preview: Camden Fringe 2012

An August of opera, stand up, sketch comedy, drama, music, physical theatre & puppetry. | By Lindsey
Festival Preview: Almeida Festival @ Almeida Theatre

Festival Preview: Almeida Festival @ Almeida Theatre

Exciting new work from emerging artists and companies. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Belong @ Royal Court

Theatre Review: Belong @ Royal Court

The story of a man's struggle to find out where he belongs in his battle to reach the top. | By BelindaL
Review: Farewell To The Theatre @ Hampstead Theatre

Review: Farewell To The Theatre @ Hampstead Theatre

Part psychological drama, English comedy, tragedy and theatre biopic | By BelindaL
Theatre Review: Travelling Light @ the National Theatre

Theatre Review: Travelling Light @ the National Theatre

Another homage to the early days of cinema, this time on stage | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Festen (The Celebration) @ The Barbican

Theatre Review: Festen (The Celebration) @ The Barbican

Family revelations galore... in Romanian. | By Nicolas Chinardet
London Horror Festival Review: Revenge Of The Grand Guignol

London Horror Festival Review: Revenge Of The Grand Guignol

Coming soon HP Lovecraft's The Dunwich Horror, Camden's Most Horrid plus zombie science, gothic rock, comedy improv and film screenings | By Londonist
Theatre Review: The Queen Of Spades @ Arcola Theatre

Theatre Review: The Queen Of Spades @ Arcola Theatre

A fantastical and flamboyant interpretation of Pushkin's short story. | By Lindsey
Hornsey Town Hall To Become Drama School

Hornsey Town Hall To Become Drama School

Grade II*-listed building could be new home for Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. | By Dean Nicholas
Preview: Camden Fringe 2011 - Theatre And Other Shows

Preview: Camden Fringe 2011 - Theatre And Other Shows

Drama, physical theatre, devised pieces, opera, shadow puppets, space probes, sea monsters and Sherlock | By Lindsey
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 5-11 July

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 5-11 July

Three kid-friendly shows and an operatic fairy tale open, while pink Aldwych hen night favourite puts its hot pants away and goes on tour. | By Lindsey
Review: Seven Last Words @ St James' Church, Piccadilly

Review: Seven Last Words @ St James' Church, Piccadilly

A challenge for the artists and the audience alike, a one off performance of Haydn's Seven Last Words took place on Thursday evening with mixed success. | By JenT
Preview: Project Wednesday New Writing @ Soho Theatre

Preview: Project Wednesday New Writing @ Soho Theatre

Next Wednesday nine new short plays debut at Soho Theatre. | By Lindsey
Theatre Review: A Shadow That Remains Cast

Theatre Review: A Shadow That Remains Cast

By Lindsey

Review: Miss Julie / Bedroom Farce @ Rose Theatre

By philosophie
Review: The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (Abridged) @ SEDOS

Review: The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (Abridged) @ SEDOS

By Lindsey

Theatre Review: Mother Courage & Her Children @ NT

By philosophie
Theatre Review: Breakfast At Tiffany's @ Theatre Royal Haymarket

Theatre Review: Breakfast At Tiffany's @ Theatre Royal Haymarket

By Johnny Fox
Theatre Review: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest @ Bridewell Theatre

Theatre Review: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest @ Bridewell Theatre

By Johnny Fox
Review: VANYA @ The Gate

Review: VANYA @ The Gate

By clairecooke
Drama Classes For People Who Don't Do Drama

Drama Classes For People Who Don't Do Drama

By M@
Review: Much Ado About Nothing @ Lauderdale House

Review: Much Ado About Nothing @ Lauderdale House

By Lindsey
Camden Fringe Review: A Crack In The Wall

Camden Fringe Review: A Crack In The Wall

By Lindsey
Theatre Review: State Fair @ Finborough Theatre

Theatre Review: State Fair @ Finborough Theatre

By Johnny Fox
Camden Fringe Review: Macbeth

Camden Fringe Review: Macbeth

By Lindsey
Theatre Review: The Girlfriend Experience @ Young Vic

Theatre Review: The Girlfriend Experience @ Young Vic

By Londonist
Theatre Review: Mad Forest @ BAC

Theatre Review: Mad Forest @ BAC

By Londonist
Preview: Love & Understanding @ Courtyard Theatre

Preview: Love & Understanding @ Courtyard Theatre

By Lindsey
Review: Volpone @ Humble Theatre

Review: Volpone @ Humble Theatre

By Lindsey