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Chris Turner: Observational Tragedy & The Haircut; or, The Barbershop Duet: Work in Progress
On from 01 Dec 2015 to 01 Dec 2015
Pleasance Theatre
by Pleasance Theatre

Tickets: £4 - £5 - three shows for £12.00

‘Comedy gold’ ★★★★ West Australian

Therese Raquin
On from 30 Nov 2017 to 03 Dec 2015
Platform Theatre
by Emile Zola, adapted by Helen Edmundson

Tickets: £12 - £6 / (£6 concessions)

A production by Drama Centre London's BA Acting final year students

Lazy Susan present: The Wireless
On from 03 Dec 2015 to 03 Dec 2015
Pleasance Theatre
by Pleasance Theatre

Tickets: £5 - three shows for £12.00

'Tender and ridiculous' – The Guardian

On from 26 Nov 2015 to 03 Dec 2015
Pleasance Theatre

Tickets: £10 / (£6 concessions)

A tragedy of pride turned poisonous...

A Winters Tale
On from 25 Nov 2015 to 03 Dec 2015
Pleasance Theatre

Tickets: £10 / (£6 concessions)

Even a groundless accusation can tear a family apart, as Leontes, King of Sicily discovers in Shakespeare’s complex comedy.

On from 04 Dec 2015 to 04 Dec 2015
Iris Theatre
by Various

Tickets: £9 - £10

For the third consecutive year, the hottest new writers will be creating brand new Xmas confections to ring in the festive season in style.

Faces in the Crowd
On from 03 Dec 2015 to 05 Dec 2015
The Space
by Workspace Productions

Tickets: £10 / (£6 concessions) - Half price tickets are available to Stargazer members

Join the Space’s community theatre group as they celebrate the everyday experience of London in its simple yet compelling glory.

The Flood
On from 02 Dec 2015 to 05 Dec 2015
Drayton Arms Theatre
by Badac Theatre Company

Tickets: £12

Confrontational, intense yet deeply moving World War 1 love story highlights the devastating effects of the insanity of war on an intimate relationship

On from 17 Nov 2015 to 05 Dec 2015
The Hope Theatre
by Jason Hewitt

Tickets: £12 - £14

To The Moon present a haunting psychological thriller that asks "what does it mean to be in control?"

On from 05 Dec 2015 to 05 Dec 2015
Half Moon Young People's Theatre
by Joyce Dunbar

Tickets: £6

A whimsical tale about the big questions in life visually reimagines the story with traditional and contemporary puppets, inventive design and original music.

Man of La Mancha
On from 25 Nov 2015 to 05 Dec 2015
Bridewell Theatre
by Dale Wasserman, Mitch Leigh and Joe Darion

Tickets: £13.50 - £18

To reach the unreachable star

The Terrible Tale of the Twiddly Widdlies
On from 01 Dec 2015 to 05 Dec 2015
New Diorama
by Clem Garrity and Ollie Jones

Tickets: £12

Feast on a meaty slice of bonkers and blood thirsty poetry.

Created and performed by two members of critically acclaimed, multi-award winners Kill The Beast ('The Boy Who Kicked Pigs' 2013 and 'He Had Hairy Hands' 2014) 'The Terrible Tale of the Twiddly Widdlies' is a triptych of darkly comic poems accompanied by hand-drawn animations projected onto the performers’ bandaged faces

On from 05 Dec 2015 to 05 Dec 2015
Rich Mix
by Travelling Light

Travelling Light bring their trademark style of magical and visual storytelling to present a beautifully-rendered coming of age story exploring the challenges of growing up different.

The Princess Monologues
On from 06 Dec 2015 to 06 Dec 2015
The Space
by Goblin Baby Theatre Co - £8 - Half price tickets are available to Stargazer members

What does it even mean to be a Princess in the 21st century?

On from 05 Dec 2015 to 06 Dec 2015
The Cockpit
by Fictive Theatre - £12.00

A 15 Year-old Has A Romantic Weekend Away With His 30 Year-Old Teacher.

Jest End
On from 24 Nov 2015 to 06 Dec 2015
Waterloo East Theatre
by Garry Lake

Tickets: £15 - £18 - EARLY BIRD TICKETS £16.50/£13.50 book by Sept 30

23 Nov – 6 Dec

Garry Lake in association with Waterloo East Theatre present

Jest End

By Garry Lake

Jest End is Back !!!

The hit comedy musical show exploring and 'exposing' the hits, flops and gossip of Theatreland, returns later this year following its previous success.

Labeled as London’s answer to Forbidden Broadway 'Jest End' has been going from strength to strength since the birth of the show at Jermyn Street Theatre 2007 .

Created and directed by British composer Garry Lake ( Composer/Lyricist of Social Media Musical 'LIKE ME' ) Jest End continues to provide London audiences with a fresh up to date comedy, one that is proving to be a smash hit for musical theatre fans of all ages.

The show will be choreographed by Rebecca Howell with musical direction by James Doughty. Casting is yet to be announced but past guests of the show have included Louise Dearman and Rachel Tucker.

The comedy show provides audiences with a take on the latest and most popular musicals in the West End. Some of the musicals included are Wicked, Bend It Like Beckham, Matilda, Billy Elliot, Guys and Dolls, Miss Saigon, Sunny Afternoon, The Phantom of the Opera and Jersey Boys.

So, if you’re stuck to make a decision on what show to take in, why not visit Waterloo East Theatre and watch them all at once!

On from 17 Nov 2015 to 06 Dec 2015
The Cockpit
by Artistic Producciones - £14.00

Gilly Jacoby is a successful writer, thanks to a pact with the Devil, but this pact leads her to madness.

On from 04 Oct 2015 to 06 Dec 2015
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Third Person

Tickets: £6 - 5% discount if you book for more than one production at The Bread & Roses Theatre in the same booking automatically applied (via Ticketsource)

Third Person introduce you to Theatre of the Moment. Each performance is a unique experience. Come see for yourself.

Hetty Feather
On from 02 Dec 2015 to 06 Dec 2015
by artsdepot

Tickets: £18.50 - £24.50

From best-selling author Jacqueline Wilson, the tale of plucky Hetty Feather is brought thrillingly to life on stage.

Talking Dead – two one-act plays
On from 06 Dec 2015 to 07 Dec 2015
Drayton Arms Theatre
by Robert Iles & Gillian Plowman

Tickets: £10

Head Case – by Robert Iles
‘From clay we are made, in clay she returns’
A blind sculptress assists her Police office sister with an unsolved, suspected murder.

Beata Beatrix – by Gillian Plowman
Touring an art gallery, Beatrice notices a lone man, Jon, crying before a painting...

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