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Othello - Leicester Square, London

Othello. Venice's most successful warrior oblivious to one soldier's ruthless obsession with his total destruction. Newly married to a woman half his age, in the midst of his happiness, he little reckons on the wrath of his soldier Iago, passed over for p

Special Measures - Royal Court Theatre

Mark Davies Markham (Taboo, Liverpool Nativity, Eric's) comes to Royal Court Liverpool with a brand new comedy about set at an ordinary school in Netherton. St. Jude's Primary has always been hardworking with happy children but Ofsted have judged it as

Let the Right One In - Apollo Theatre

Oskar is a lonely boy from a broken home. He's bullied at school and is longing for friendship. Eli is a troubled girl who's just moved in next door. She never goes to school and is compelled to fill an eternal emptiness. When a series of brutal killin

Relative Values: Noel Coward’s Uneasy Celebration of Hierarchy

Relative Values, first performed and set in 1951, marked Noël Coward’s return to comic playwriting after World War II.

The Beautiful Cosmos of Ivor Cutler - National Theatre of Scotland

The Beautiful Cosmos of Ivor Cutler is a musical and visual journey based on the songs, stories and poems of one of Scotland’s most iconic exiles. A Jewish, Scottish, Londoner, Ivor Cutler was a wholehearted eccentric whose music and words range from

Kingston 14 - Theatre Royal, Stratford

A gripping new play from the BAFTA award-winning and Olivier-nominated playwright Roy Williams (Offside BBC, Sukerpunch). Set in modern day Jamaica, KINGSTON 14 follows the story of James, a British police officer, who is sent to Kingston to investigat

Relative Values - Harold Pinter Theatre

Three of the UK’s top comedy performers unite in a glittering revival of Noel Coward’s hilarious portrayal of the culture clash between 1950s Hollywood and the stiff upper lip of the English aristocracy.

Antony & Cleopatra - Shakespeare's Globe

Cleopatra, the alluring and fascinatingly ambiguous Queen of Egypt, has bewitched the great Mark Antony, soldier, campaigner and now one of the three rulers of the Roman Empire. When Antony quarrels with his fellow leaders and throws in his lot with Cleop

Relative Values, Harold Pinter Theatre, London

Fresh from its success in Bath, Trevor Nunn's lavish and tourist-friendly production of Coward's crowd-pleaser ought to find a successful second lease of life in the West End.

Handbagged - Vaudeville theatre

Handbagged the play is the ‘wickedly funny’ (Evening Standard) new play that opens the clasp on the relationship between two giants of the 20th Century, speculating on that most provocative of questions: What did the world’s most powerful women talk