Lisa Dwan returns to the Royal Court Theatre to perform a one-woman Samuel Beckett trilogy after a critically acclaimed sell-out run of his landmark one–woman piece Not I, performed at the Royal Court forty years after the theatre held its UK premiere.
Joanna Murray Smith's unforgettable character monologues, 'as observant as
anything in Alan Bennett's Talking Heads' (The Guardian), are distinctive and rare gems of modern drama.
Don't miss the chance to see them revived in the West End for the first
Poet and spoken word artist Kate Tempest tells an everyday epic over an exhilarating live score played by tuba, cello, violin, drums and electronics, that finds the gods of today all around us and reveals that our true heroes are much closer than we think
Adored by millions, Dame Julie Andrews is a genuine legend of showbiz around the globe. This charming yet cheeky cabaret takes an engaging look at fame and fandom, through the eyes and voice of award-winning singer, West End actress and Fascinating Aïda
This unusual production produced by the actors of dionysus is intense and chilling from beginning to end.
On entering the Rose Theatre, the audience isn't confronted by a set so much as just a performing space. With two ladders, a frame and a wall tow
Two variables walk into a cube. That’s not the set up for a boffin’s bad joke, but the actual start of X&Y – a maths lesson masquerading as theatre from Oxford’s current Simonyi Professor Marcus du Sautoy and actor-cum-academic Victoria Gould.