Part fashion show, part theatrical spectacle.
From Grease to Henry VIII.
A Wicked way to toast the Jubilee - with free prosecco.
Jez Butterworth's chest-beating classic returns to the stage.
A fast-paced monologue of a show.
Though the show's a product of its era.
It's won rave reviews and seven Olivier awards!
Mike Bartlett's latest play can't be accused of subtlety.
An all-too-real political farce.
Surreal escapism from the musical twosome.
Live performance meets state-of-the-art tech for a truly amazing experience.
Crowds of 20,000 expected.
West Wing creator adapts Harper Lee classic.
The hotly-anticipated Straight Line Crazy is somewhat prosaic.
A revival of one of the very finest plays of the last century.
But it's a powerhouse performance form Ruth Wilson.
A trip to the Savoy Theatre this ain't.
But Jade Anouka and Phil Daniels are superb.
This will make a great film.
A pile of underwritten merde.
Superb dancers and all the hits.
The first London revival of this show since 1994.
But fans will adore it.
Outshines Kate Bush’s song as the best thing inspired by Brontë's novel.
Get London news, inspiration, exclusive offers and more, emailed to you.
Something wrong with this article? Let us know here.