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Hansel & Gretel
On from 23 Nov 2018 to 24 Nov 2018
Bernie Grant Arts Centre
by Vicki Igbokwe

Tickets: £5 - £12 / (£8 concessions) - 5 Pound Schools Matinee

Following the sell-out Head Wrap Diaries, Uchenna Dance return with a fearless dance adventure as the classic fairy tale gets a makeover, guaranteed to delight children and families

Bury the Dead
On from 30 Oct 2018 to 24 Nov 2018
Finborough Theatre
by Irwin Shaw

Tickets: £18/16 - £20/18

The first professional UK production for 80 years

On from 08 Jul 2018 to 25 Nov 2018
Barons Court Theatre
by Richard Leigh

Tickets: £10.00 - £12.00

Let the Superstitious assemble for this fascinating Magic show presented by magician in residence Richard Leigh.

Sexy Laundry
On from 31 Oct 2018 to 25 Nov 2018
Tabard Theatre
by Michele Riml

Tickets: £16 - £23

The Tabard Theatre presents the UK Premiere of Sexy Laundry, the hit show about an ordinary couple with a less-than-ordinary overnight bag!

On from 20 Nov 2018 to 25 Nov 2018
Barons Court Theatre
by Richard Franklin

Tickets: £12 - £15

One Hundred Years ago, the Great War – the War To End All Wars – at last came to an end. This play captures just a little of the horror of that dreadful warfare, focusing on two incidents. A shocking and heart-felt cry describing a brother-at-arms dying of gas poisoning, illustrated in unforgettable words by the great war poet, Wilfred Owen, in his poem "Gas". And we discover what actually happened to just one of the boys from Charterhouse School, who was unlucky enough to be of military age (just) to be caught up in the tragedy of 1914 to 1918. This moving and thought provoking play is unmissable.

Hay Fever
On from 22 Nov 2018 to 25 Nov 2018
Upstairs at the Gatehouse
by by Noel Coward - The Garden Suburb Theatre

Tickets: £14 / (£12 concessions)

The promise of an idyllic and peaceful weekend is quickly trounced by the self-absorbed eccentricities of the family.

The Greater Game
On from 31 Oct 2017 to 25 Nov 2018
Waterloo East Theatre
by Michael Haed

Tickets: £19 - £22 - PREVIEWS OCT 31 - NOV 1 ALL TICKETS £17.50

Stephen Jenkins and Peter Kitchen present

The Greater Game

written by Michael Head

Based on the book They Took The Lead by Stephen Jenkins, The Greater Game tells the true story of the 42 men from Clapton Orient who signed up En Masse to fight in the great war focusing on the bond of two life long friends Richard MacFadden and William Jonas who met near Newcastle aged 7 before moving to London to play football then enlisting to fight in the Battle Of The Somme with tragic consequences.

More than a story of war or football The Greater Game is a 'Touching and Emotional' (The Stage) play that covers all aspects of human life and is 'A rollercoaster of emotions that is as funny and it is moving, a must watch' (MTM review).

Michael Greco (Eastenders) captains this talented cast including James Phelps (Harry Potter) and the award winning actors Scott Kyle (Outlander, kilo two bravo) Paul Marlon (Essex Boys Retribution, Dangerous Minds Of A Hooligan) and the award Nominated Jack Harding (Worth A Flutter, Sealife, Foul Pages)

The Greater Game promises to make you laugh and cry in equal measure as it tells the amazing true story of the men and women who sacrificed everything 'for King and Country' and is a production 'that had audiences in tears as they hugged each other at the end of a emotional and powerful play' (Southwark News) š š š š š West End Wilma.


Billy Holmes- Michael Greco

Richard McFadden – James Phelps

Elizabeth McFadden- Helena Doughty

William Jonas – Steven Bush

Mary Jane Jonas – Victoria Gibson

George Scott – Scott Kyle

Fred 'Spider' Parker – Jack Harding

Nolan 'Peggy' Evans – Paul Marlon

Jimmy Hugall – Tom Stocks

Herbert 'Jumbo' Reason – Michael Head

Directed by Adam Morley

Jazz In The Round
On from 30 Jul 2018 to 26 Nov 2018
The Cockpit
by Various - ££15

Barrier-busting jazz/ contemporary music binge with Jazz on 3 presenter Jez Nelson. Every last Monday.

Little Pieces of Gold’s Staged Reading Sessions
On from 10 Oct 2018 to 26 Nov 2018
The Space
by Little Pieces of Gold's September open call-out - FREE

Little Pieces of Gold is showcasing the shortlisted plays from their September open call-out from which almost 600 plays were submitted.

Simon Amstell and Friends: in aid of The Garden Classroom
On from 26 Nov 2018 to 26 Nov 2018
Pleasance Theatre
by Pleasance Theatre

Tickets: £30 / (£25 concessions)

TGC is an Islington based charity delivering high-quality outdoor learning and nature connection programmes for over 60,000 London children.

On from 25 Nov 2018 to 26 Nov 2018
Drayton Arms Theatre
by Juliusz Słowacki - £10

Passing Stranger Theatre Company is designing a production that brings an old Polish play – Balladina – to a British audience for the first time.

A Night of Small Things
On from 26 Nov 2018 to 26 Nov 2018
Pleasance Theatre
by Pleasance Theatre

Tickets: £12 / (£10 concessions)

A Night of Small Things is a Variety Night comprising London’s finest talent all presenting brand new work with huge potential.

See Me For Myself
On from 03 Nov 2018 to 27 Nov 2018
Tabard Theatre
by Chris Naylor and Joanna Way

Tickets: £19.50 / (£16.50 concessions)

Teenagers Sally and Stephen tragically find themselves meeting each other for the first time in a hospice.

David Glass Workshops
On from 26 Nov 2018 to 28 Nov 2018
by David Glass

Tickets: £150 - £280 / (£120,130,240 concessions)

This is a rare chance to catch David Glass in the UK teaching two of his most popular workshops: Physical Theatre and Devising.

So, This Is What Happened
On from 29 Nov 2018 to 29 Nov 2018
by Various

Tickets: £6

Ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories. They’re poignant, funny, life-affirming, cathartic and true.

On from 29 Oct 2018 to 01 Dec 2018
The Cervantes Theatre
by Federico Garcia Lorca

Tickets: £15 - £25

Loathed by the right-wing press, the third of Lorca's rural trilogy is the tragedy of a woman desperate for a child. In English/Spanish

The Recruiting Officer
On from 07 Nov 2018 to 01 Dec 2018
Old Red Lion Theatre
by George Farquhar


Shrewsbury, 2014. Captain Plume has returned from Syria under orders to recruit for the continued conflict. He is not confident that the prospect of fighting for the good of Queen and country will be reward enough for the unsuspecting locals, so he has to resort to rather more underhand measures. Whilst there, he encounters his old flame, Silvia, who has rather more to test him with than he bargained for.

Written in 1706, The Recruiting Officer gives a no-holds-barred account of the methods and tactics of warfare. In its scathing satire of the lengths to which those in authority will go to obtain what they want, it finds an easy home in the 21st Century.

Indebted to Chance
On from 06 Nov 2018 to 01 Dec 2018
Old Red Lion Theatre
by Charlie Ryall


It's 1744 and Charlotte Charke, actress, writer, landlady, grocer, pig-rearer, puppet master, highwayman, transvestite and daughter of the famous actor manager Colley Cibber, is rehearsing for a production of The Recruiting Officer with her company at the James Street Tennis Courts. The self-titled 'nonpareil of the age' somehow finds herself caught up in a misunderstanding and in debtor's jail. Again. Can Charlotte talk her way out of prison, off the streets and back into her beloved theatre?

Charlotte Charke disappeared from history soon after her death in 1760. She was one of the first women in history to live some of her life as a man, both on and off the stage. She had a chequered life, facing opposition for her choices from every corner of society, but was lauded as one of the great actresses of her day. She left us an autobiography, A Narrative of the Life of Mrs Charlotte Charke, in which we can glean elements of her life, but much of what is left is from her perspective and, as such, should be taken with a large pinch of salt.

Indebted to Chance, a new play by Charlie Ryall, takes place between 1741 and 1744, when we know Charlotte was a member of the acting company at the James Street Tennis Courts. It explores various events in Charlotte's life, including her formative time at Drury Lane under her father, ultimately leading up to what was one of her definitive moments.

Cinderella Ashputtel
On from 01 Dec 2018 to 01 Dec 2018
Half Moon Theatre
by Banyan Theatre Company

Tickets: £7 - Buy 10 tickets and get the 11th free (phone bookings only)

Banyan Theatre’s stylish and playful reworking of the Cinderella story explores its powerful fascination in a fresh and imaginative adaptation, which will delight both young and old.

On from 27 Nov 2018 to 01 Dec 2018
Barons Court Theatre

Tickets: £10 - £14

Great news! KDC are returning to Barons Court and, this time, they bring us a cracker of a play by one of our greatest playwrights. Terence Rattigan's 'Flare Path' is set in the middle of World War 2 in a hotel near a R.A.F. Bomber Command airbase, which forms the intriguing background to a love triangle between an actress, her pilot husband and her movie star lover. KDC productions practically always sell out, so book early!

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