Shows at London theatres
London Fringe - Drama
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I had a night in which everything was revealed to me. How can I speak again? The early hours of the morning. You're alone, with only your thoughts. How did you get here? And how do you get out?
In 1929 the Foresters' Friendly Society laid the foundations of a building which would be a vibrant community resource for generations to come. A play about Brent, for Brent, performed by the people of Brent.
Karla, a foul-mouthed twenty-something comedian, and Don, a middle-aged man embroiled in a nasty divorce, are brought together unexpectedly when their cancer-stricken mothers become roommates in the hospital.
The play contains a witty portrait of Shaw's great friend, G.K. Chesterton and takes a comic look at unfaithful husbands and the women who pursue them.
Lisa is on her way to a new country for her work. She has spent months learning. She's read the books, she's watched the YouTube videos. She knows this business. But something has happened thousands of feet below, hundreds of miles away.
Helped by his aristocratic lover Edwina Mountbatten, cabaret singer "Hutch" has become Britain's first black superstar. In the libel case which follows, Edwina is ordered to appear in court to deny ever having met Hutch.
This is a powerful, true drama of six women who went to Vietnam: three nurses, a Red Cross worker, an Army intelligence officer, and a country western/pop singer booked by an unscrupulous agent to entertain the troops.
A Small House at the Edge of the World is the story of how one location captures and distills two lifetimes worth of love, joy and sorrow. A man and a woman fall in love, marry, have a child, drift apart, re-engage, haunt each other and become the dust of dreams.
For the first time ever, Jamaica Kincaid's searing essay about Western colonial exploitation is adapted for the stage. Fly with us to Antigua and take a closer look at the past, the present and where we really are.
Three comediettas which combine observations on the hypocrisy and vanity of the English ruling class, coupled with characters and situations that are both deeply Victorian, but also vividly progressive in their views on gender, money, and class.
Abi is a fast paced, funny and intriguing new play taking a fresh look at Abigail's Party through the eyes of a feisty 15-year-old.
Eliza Prentice has arrived in Mexico City on the Day of the Dead. She is armed with a Dictaphone, a family connection, and a lot of questions. But the greatest living Mexican artist, Leonora Carrington, doesn't give interviews.
Whatever happened to the good old days? Colin's fiancé has recently passed away. His estranged friends never met her, but a gathering has been organised to cheer him up. Some aren't too enthusiastic about the reunion, however …
The remarkable, true story of a young trans man having to make that choice and begin his journey. From Egypt to Scotland, it charts Adam's fight across borders and genders to find a place to call home.
Still grieving just weeks after Aphra Behn's unexpected death, some of the people who say they loved her most, end up in a pub together in the wake of yet another disaster.
Martine, an aid worker from Kenya is running a refugee camp in the UK, a country. She is desperate to help Chelle, a 17-year-old refugee. Potential salvation appears in the form of Taz, a showbiz journalist who has come from Kenya to launch an appeal.
Follows Aisha, an underage girl that was forced by her parents to marry a 51-Year-Old Man when she was at the age of 14. Aisha was sold in exchange for a bride-price. An act that was justified by certain cultural and religious traditions.
Follows headstrong Jyoti and her fumbling suitor Rasik as they ride the crest of the fall of Empire from the shores of post-Partition India to the forests of Mau Mau Kenya onto the industrial upheaval of 1970s London.
The prisoner's fate has been sealed. Sort of. Because if there's one crime in this world that we can all agree deserves the ultimate punishment, it is this: Opacity. The prisoner is too opaque. Not at all clear.
Meet the four nominees for Woman of the Year. It-girl vlogger. Bra saleswoman. Overly competitive Vicar. Straight talking Grandma. Through a combination of sketch and song join Anna Nicholson in her fast paced debut comedy show.
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