Shows at London theatres
London Fringe - Upcoming
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Separated from her German Jewish parents and brought to England with the promise of a new life, 9 year old Eva ends up in Manchester. When Eva's parents fail to escape Germany, the child changes her name and begins the process of denial of her roots.
Village headmaster William Gillie is killed by the furniture van coming to take away his possessions, as he is being evicted from his home when his school is closed down. This wry comedy explores the impact one individual human life can have.
Follows the journey of Leonie and Bay as they relive their dangerous, boundary-pushing relationship in one night. Examines the dark, animalistic and unconventional sides to love between two people who never quite find their way back together.
Tom Crowe, a rising star of the Labour party, is thrown into a political scandal after an incident in a hotel room. Seeking to rebuild his image, he returns to his seaside hometown of Eastbourne to make amends.
A show that celebrates the inconsistencies and contradictions that make us human, whilst having a dig at some of the mess that is of our own making. Ursula Martinez back on her dirty soapbox with her unique style of positive self-deprecation.
Against the backdrop of Civil War, aspiring writer Jo hides from life’s difficulties in her attic and pens stories of adventure. With her father away, Jo and her sisters must learn to negotiate love, loss and life under their beloved Marmee.
A series of brand new short plays to keep you up at night. The ensemble cast tackle 12 shorts by different writers, all around the same theme but vastly different in interpretation.
Last year's sell-out Brexit the Musical returns to the Canal Café Theatre, renamed Brexiteers the Musical, updated and expanded to include the latest excesses.
Writer Patrick Cash (The HIV Monologues) and director Peter Darney (5 Guys Chillin') team up to bring this play about LGBTQ empowerment in 2017. From the comfort of the closet to a drag queen at a job centre, it explores the modern LGBTQ experience.
Prez is a brilliant biochemist. His experiments show a leading herbicide is carcinogenic. He has an existential fight against entrenched interests on his hands. In his heart he knows he's right, but can he prove it?
The year is 1956 and Philip Larkin, one of England's most famous post-war poets, has just arrived in Hull to take up the post of University Librarian. Over the next thirty years, his life will be dominated by three women.
Follow a young girl’s true story. At just three weeks old, Grace suffered from encephalitis, a rare inflammation of the brain, now aged eighteen the world outside of her bedroom can be a complicated and frustrating place.
Alma is dying. She's had a long life so that's okay with her. What's not okay is that her middle aged son Mitchell's second wife Susan is a manipulative cow with her eye on Alma's estate.
Can you truly ever understand madness and what makes a person 'mad'? A production that aims to explore the theme of mental health through an adaptation of a children's book but for an adult audience.
A celebration of the life and times of the young man with spectacles which catches that unique mixture of innocence, determination, humour and charm that was Buddy Holly.
Abandoned by their father for a new life in California, siblings Sid, Gwenny and Boyo are left to care for their mysterious mammy and her growing eccentricities.
The story of the role of theatre in the origins of the IRA. Based on the writings of the dramatists W. B. Yeats and Lady Gregory, and Patrick Pearse, a poet and playwright and the first of the leaders of the Easter Rising to face the firing squad.
The Giraffe-limbed clown and raconteur is previewing her most eccentric comedy show yet. Think big. Think weird. Mathew Bourne would be proud. It’s going to be fun. And sexy.
It's the 1980's in an unknown American city. There is no internet and mobile phones are a rarity, sharing information and knowledge is near impossible. It's dark, and communication is hard. A poster appears at a local store, it's a photo of a person's torso with lesions all over.
Tiffany's mum got hit by a Birdseye truck on the M25. There's family to call and a coffin to order, but first she has to talk to her dad - and for some reason that's the toughest thing on her to-do list.