30 shows in a packed programme, particularly favouring west London.
Hammersmith and Fulham
Another play to add to the list of Jazz-age appreciation.
Essential new drama, complete with turkey basters, hand puppets, hand jobs, and a raid on the Surrey Docks Farm.
50 years on, the scripts for Steptoe and Son hold up as a tragicomic tale of a father and son who cannot live with or without each other.
Plans for Charing Cross, Ealing, Hammersmith and Central Middlesex rubber stamped.
A&E settlement is almost identical to Lewisham and campaigners aren’t happy.
This play doesn’t quite live up to its “horrifying” promise.
This is the first London production of London Wall for 80 years. There may be a reason.
Real life military hero Sir Hector MacDonald had his reputation destroyed by rumours of paedophilia — but was he guilty?
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