When? Until February 18th 2017
What? Celebrating its 20th anniversary ART returns to London stages. With a star cast including Tim Key, Paul Ritter and Rufus Sewell, this award-winning play is a must see this winter season.
Where? Old Vic Theatre
When? Until March 21st 2017
What? Hedda Gabler is an Ibsen classic. This naturalistic tour de force focuses on Hedda and the struggles she encounters in her new life as a wife. Terrifically dark, thought-provoking and a powerhouse of realism.
Where? The National Theatre
An Inspector Calls
When? 25th March 2017
What? A classic detective noir written by J.B. Priestly that is considered one of the classics of the 20th century. Having returned to the West-End earlier on in 2016, this play has received countless rave reviews and over 19 major awards. A fanatically sinister moral examination on society.
Where? Playhouse Theatre
Peter Pan Goes Wrong
When? Until January 29th 2017
What? The disastrous and hilarious Peter Pan Goes Wrong returns to the West-End for its second run. The members of Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society face an array of technical hitches, cast fallouts and flying catastrophes during their rendition of Peter Pan. A must see farce from the creators who brought you The Play that Goes Wrong and The Comedy About a Bank Robbery.
Where? Apollo Theatre
AMALUNA – Cirque Du Soleil
When? January 12th 2017 – 26th February 2017
What? A bit different from the rest of our selection. This circus spectacle is not technically a ‘theatre’ show, but it’s a performance not to be missed. Famous circus troop, Cirque Du Soleil brings back their show Amaluna to the Royal Albert Hall. With all the impressive bells and whistles, hoops and trapezes, Cirque Du Soleil have done it yet again, providing audiences with a jaw-dropping, beautiful experience like no other. Not to be missed.
Where? Royal Albert Hall