Shows at London theatres


London Fringe - Playing now


We have 14 shows listed.

Ay, Carmela!

Playing now

Drama

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Carmela and Paulino, a couple of travelling entertainers, mistakenly cross the border that separates the two opposing sides of the Spanish Civil War.


Chiswick Playhouse Recharged

Playing now

Multi-show

Chiswick Playhouse Recharged at Chiswick Playhouse
Chiswick Playhouse will mark its reopening with a socially distanced festival of magic, musicals, comedy and more!


Contact: Stories of Division and Unity

Playing now

Multi-show

Contact: Stories of Division and Unity at Above The Stag Theatre
A season of new writing curated by Matthew Baldwin and guided by playwright and dramaturg Bill Rosenfield - a collective of theatre-makers have been challenged with creating six shows in under two weeks


Forever Plaid

Playing now

Musical

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There were these four guys, Frankie, Sparky, Jinx and Smudge who loved to sing. They all met in high school around 1956 ...


Hamlet

Playing now

Shakespeare - tragedy

Hamlet at Tower Theatre
Recent RADA graduate J. Carlos Lacey takes the lead in this version of the Shakespeare classic.


Look Who’s All Grown Up

Playing now

Drama

Look Who’s All Grown Up at The Space

No Strings Attached

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Drama

No Strings Attached at King's Head Theatre
Aileen Gonsalves directs the world premiere of 'magnificent new talent' Charles Entsie's debut play - winner of the Adrian Pagan Award for New Writing 2019.


Red Riding Hood

Playing now

Kids/ family

Red Riding Hood at Colour House Theatre
A wonderful musical production of Red Riding Hood.


SHORTS: A Festival of New Writing

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New writing

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A handful of writers have been selected to put on their new, bold and exciting work. Each day of the week will contain a different selection of these short plays, all very different, all very engaging.


The Death Of A Black Man

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Drama

The Death Of A Black Man at Hampstead Theatre
The Death of a Black Man received its world premiere at Hampstead in 1975. 46 years on, Alfred Fagon's darkly compelling drama, with its witty and complex characters, remains compulsive viewing today.


The Frida Kahlo of Penge West

Playing now

Comedy

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A two-women show about one woman's urge to do a one-woman show with two women in it.


The Letter of Last Resort

Playing now

Drama

The Letter of Last Resort at Questors
The new Prime Minister is working when she is interrupted by a request - a letter needs to be written, by her alone.


Trestle

Playing now

Comedy drama

Trestle at Jack Studio Theatre
A warm hearted, funny and moving look at two retired people brought together each week as they fold away a trestle table in their community hall.


White Sun

Playing now

Solo show

White Sun at Camden People's Theatre
Presented by Liverpool-based artist Will Dickie.



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