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She's been disruptive in class. She's rude to the teachers. And now she wants to learn the trumpet. But whose performance is really being judged? A fierce and funny play about modern marriage and parenthood.
A scathing and bitterly amusing attack on the increasingly powerful and narcissistic super-rich, set against the backdrop of terrifying state oppression, the highly pertinent Party Time is paired with Harold Pinter's final play, Celebration.
English National Opera visit Wilton's Music Hall for the first time with their first ever staging of Paul Bunyan, Britten's retelling of the legend of the eponymous giant, as part of its ENO Studio Live series.
In this universal story, multi-award-winning storyteller Danyah Miller explores what drives us to want to live perfect lives.
Shakespeare - comedy
Prince Pericles has everything but understands little. When a reckless act threatens his safety, he must flee his home and take to sea. Reliant on the whims of the fates and the kindness of strangers, Pericles is driven from shore to shore.
Filled with mermaids, pirates and fairies, lost boys and crocodiles, this is the stunning original story of the boy who could fly.
Swapping the cobbles of Coronation Street for Captain Hook, Ryan Thomas stars in this year's high-flying pantomime adventure, Peter Pan.
Join our high-flying hero as he transports the Darlings on an adventure they will never forget, filled with evil pirates, a very hungry crocodile and the meanest man in Neverland, Captain Hook!
Enter a world of powerful witches, enchanted forest creatures, careless parents and fearless children as they embark on adventures full of magic, gore, friendship, and bravery. But beware, these tales won't be quite what you expect.
Having grown up repeatedly watching her father Ken Campbell's one-man shows (cheaper than a babysitter), Daisy Campbell is now marking the 10 year anniversary of her dad's death with a Campbellian monologue of her own.
This Pinocchio is full of the type of fun, mischief and magic that normally only happens when grown-ups turn their backs for a second. Join Geppetto and Pinocchio as they meet all manner of characters.
A normal day. A person stands in the market square watching the world go by. What happens next verges on the ridiculous. Rory Mullarkey's new play asks whether things really are getting worse.
Especially recommended for very young children, join the Tales team for a fun and interactive sensory session based on the stories and fables from our main summer show, Tales from the Thousand and One Nights.
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Scheming media moguls. A UK government at war with Brussels. Meet Lambert Le Roux, a South African businessman hell bent on acquiring the British press from the foppish, upper-class elite. It's the revolution Fleet Street hasn't been waiting for.
The USA is buzzing with the election of a new President. Joey arrives in New York to visit her estranged father. But after a whirlwind midnight run through the city, she finds herself falling for an idealistic young American.
D-Day, June 1944. The Allied forces led by General Eisenhower are poised to launch. 350,000 lives at stake and the decision of whether or not to attack comes down to the most important weather forecast of all time. Tickets from £15.
Explores gender stereotypes for children aged 7-11 in a fun, questioning and celebratory way using a variety of acts and toys, skits and dressing-up.
Commemorating the 100th year anniversary of the end of World War One, Private Peaceful relives the life of Private Tommo Peaceful, a young soldier awaiting the firing squad at dawn.
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