Theatre for under £20? Yes please!
(And Puritans trying to ruin everything)
From Grease to Henry VIII.
Mike Bartlett's latest play can't be accused of subtlety.
The hotly-anticipated Straight Line Crazy is somewhat prosaic.
A revival of one of the very finest plays of the last century.
Afternoon teas, hidden tours and animal magic.
A contemporary take on Shakespeare's play, with Henry belting out Sweet Caroline.
Brush up on your green credentials.
The first London revival of this show since 1994.
Outshines Kate Bush’s song as the best thing inspired by Brontë's novel.
Una Lucha Contra, freshly translated with economy and vigour.
Set for 2025 on the site of Colechurch House.
Panto is back for 2021 - oh yes it is!
'So unflinching you'll be begging for a flinch'.
Ready for a winter wonderland?
Front seats might get wet.
It's devoid of cynicism.
Close-up magic in a socially-distanced setting.
It is your density.
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A stark, brutal and beautiful two-hander. Via laptop.
Londonist's head theatre critic has passed away.
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