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London's Summer Theatre 2013

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The Shed, National Theatre
Mission Drift at The Shed, National Theatre
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park
To Kill a Mockingbird, Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park
Dinosaur Zoo, Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park
Merrily We Roll Along, Harold Pinter Theatre
The Book of Mormon
Matilda the Musical
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
The Cripple of Inishmaan, Noel Coward Theatre
Indian Tempest, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
Indian Tempest, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
A Doll's House, Duke of York's Theatre
Lenny Henry in Fences at the Duchess Theatre
John Simm, Simon Russell Beale and Harry Melling in The Hothouse at Trafalgar Studios
The Scoop at More London Free Festival
Chimerica, Harold Pinter Theatre
Chimerica, Harold Pinter Theatre
Sweet Bird of Youth, Old Vic Theatre
The Same Deep Water As Me | The Donmar Warehouse
Private Lives | Gielgud Theatre
 

 

Helen Mirren, Simon Russell Beale and Daniel Radcliffe are just some of the A-list stars appearing on the London stage in summer 2013. Head to Shakespeare's Globe and Regent's Park Open Air Theatre for atmospheric al fresco acting.

 
 

National Theatre

National Theatre National Theatre Where:
, South Bank, London London, SE1 9PX
Category: Venue Hire

South Bank, South Bank, London, SE1 9PX

Tube: Temple Station, Waterloo Station

 
 

A critically acclaimed production of Othello, directed by Nicholas Hytner and starring Adrian Lester, plays out at the Olivier Theatre at the National as part of the venerated theatre's 50th anniversary season. Also on at the National this summer are The Amen Corner directed by Rufus Norris which tells the story of an uncompromising female pastor who finds that her congregation are turning against her, and Strange Interlude Eugene O'Neill's sweeping First World War drama in which Anne-Marie Duff stars.

Over at the National's exciting new temporary space, The Shed, is Mission Drift, a musical tale created by the New York ensemble The Team. There follows a new version of Romeo and Juliet for young audiences aged 8 years and over, The Grandfathers presented by the Bristol Old Vic Young Company, and The Hush which is part-gig, part-play and part-installation. The final show of the summer at The Shed, Home, tells the stories of the young Londoners through a mix of beatboxing and R&B and runs from 7th August right through to the end of the summer, ending on 7th September.

 
 

Events at National Theatre

Home
Now On

26th March to 30th April 2014 - Various Times | 12 & 20

 

An urban, high-rise hostel, Target East, offers a semblance of shelter to a host of young homeless people, including Bullet, who doesn't want to call it home, and Garden Boy, who just wants to be ...

The Silver Tassie Now On Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

15th April to 21st May 2014 | 15-50

 

The dazzling Harry Heegan is off to war, following the football team's latest victory in The Silver Tassie, Sean O'Casey's powerful, huge and rarely performed anti-war play of 1928 which comes to the National Theatre's ...more

Both Sides Now: Moments In American Music From The Corbis Photographic Archive
OngoingFree Event

7th April to 14th June 2014 - Various Times | Free

 
Tom Hyatt
On SoonFree Event

Thursday 24th April 2014 - 5pm-8pm | Free

 

Folk-infused singer-songwriter and guitarist from Lancashire who has been likened to John Martyn and Van Morrison.

Poems That Make Grown Men Cry: Poetry Reading
On Soon

Tuesday 29th April 2014 - 6pm | 4, concs 3

 

Readings of poems by well-known literary figures.

All events at National Theatre
 
 
 

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

A replica of Shakespeare's open-roof, wood-and-thatch Globe Playhouse.

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Where:
, 21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, London London, SE1 9DT
Category: Theatres

21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, Bankside, London, SE1 9DT

Tube: Mansion House Station

 
 

A hotly anticipated production of 'Indian Tempest' by the French theatre company Footsbarn, from 29th July to 3rd August 2013, is sure to be a highlight of Shakespeare's Globe's 2013 summer season. Performed in a replica of Shakespeare's 16th century theatre, catching a play at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre has become a much love tradition of spending summer in London and the 2013 programmer doesn't disappoint. There's a mix of Shakespearean classics from the romance of A Midsummer Night's Dream to the comedy of The Taming of the Shrew, starring an all-female cast. There's the great tragedy, Macbeth, and all three of the history plays of Henry VI.

In a first for the Globe, acclaimed English trumpet soloist Alison Balsom stars in Gabriel playing music by Purcell and Handel using the natural (valveless) trumpet which was the supreme musical instrument of the Restoration.

Added to these are plays celebrating new writing including Blue Stockings and The Lightning Child which continue on through to the autumnal months. September also sees the return of the Belarus Free Theatre with its performance of King Lear which was first seen here in 2012 as part of the ambitious Globe to Globe project. The theatre company - which is banned from performing in its home country - premieres its first English language production, Trash Cuisine, at The Young Vic this summer.

 
 

Events at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tours Ongoing Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

24th April 2013 to 31st December 2015 | Adult 13.50, Child 8, Student 11, Senior 12

 
Hamlet On Soon Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

23rd, 24th, 25th and 26th Apr 2014 | 5-39

 

On 23rd April 2014, the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth, a new version of Hamlet staged by Shakespeare's Globe begins a two-year global tour, aiming to take in all 205 nations in the world. The ...more

Globe To Globe: Hamlet
On Soon

23rd and 25th April 2014 at 7.30pm & 26th April 2014 at 2pm | seats 15-38, standing 5

 

Hamlet is charged to avenge the murder of his father, in Shakespeare's political tragedy. A pared-down version, directed by Dominic Dromgoole and Bill Buckhurst.

Titus Andronicus On Soon Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

Thursday 24th April 2014

 

Lucy Bailey's 2006 production of Titus Andronicus - a gruesome play which saw audiences "dropping like flies" (one observer told the Evening Standard) - is revived and revamped at Shakespeare's Globe for the theatre's 2014 ...more

Much Ado About Nothing On Soon Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

28th April to 19th May 2014

 

A new small touring version of Shakespeare's comedy Much Ado About Nothing comes to the Globe between 28th April and 3rd May and from 14th to 19th May 2014. "The very best Much Ados touch ...more

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Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park

The oldest fully professional, permanent outdoor theatre in Britain.

Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park Where:
, Inner Circle, Regent's Park, London London, NW1 4NR
Category: Theatres

Inner Circle, Regent's Park, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4NR

Tube: Regent's Park Station

 
 

If stuffy auditoriums aren't your thing, the Open Air Theatre in the heart of Regent's Park offers a chance to enjoy quality theatre under a star-lit sky and in 2013 the season begins with Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice is adapted for the stage by Simon Reade in the year the well loved romantic comedy celebrates its 200th anniversary. Filling the open air of Regent's Park with The Sound of Music, Rodger and Hammerstein's classic musical will provide the conclusion to this year's Open Air Theatre season. Continuing with their Shakespeare productions aimed at younger audiences, 'The Winter's Tale' is reimagined for everyone aged six and over. Also for young people aged three and above, the Dinosaur Zoo presents a live show of prehistoric creatures and gives audiences the chance to get up close and personal with the dino stars on the picnic lawn after the show.

 
 

Events at Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park

All My Sons On Soon

15th May to 7th June 2014 | 25-45. Premium ticket package (inc programme and glass of wine) 55

 

1946. It may be a lovely summer's day, but for the Keller family, the ghosts of World War II still cast long shadows. Their son, Larry, is missing in action; his mother Kate holds faith ...more

Twelfth Night Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

Thursday 12th June 2014 | 15; family ticket 50. Special rates for schools

 

The Regent's Park Open Air Theatre's reimagining of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, devised specifically for children aged six upwards. There's music, comedy, cross-dressing and plenty of confused identities to keep audiences of all ages entertained. Cheer ...more

Hobson's Choice Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

12th June 2014 to 12th July 2015 | 25-45. Premium ticket package (inc programme and glass of wine) 55

 
Twelfth Night - Re-Imagined For Everyone Aged Six And Over

21st June to 12th July 2014 - Various Times | 15

 

Following productions of The Winter's Tale, Pericles and Macbeth, which were specifically tailored for younger audiences, this staging of The Bard's madcap comedy of mistaken identity uses the original text to illuminate shipwrecked Viola's cross-dressing ...

The Comedy Store Players

Sunday 6th July 2014 - 7.45pm | 22.50

 

The troupe of six perform a witty blend of chaos and improvisation.

All events at Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park
 
 
 

London's Best Summer Musicals

 

The best musicals this month include Merrily We Roll Along which has transferred from the Menier Chocolate Factory to the Harold Pinter Theatre in London's West End for a 12 week limited season. While The Book of Mormon has been a hugely successful transfer from Broadway to the West End, The Royal Shakespeare Company's Matilda the Musical recently reversed that cultural exchange and has replicated its success in London on Broadway. Another Roald Dahl story which has undergone a musical makeover is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory which comes to the West End under the directorship of Sam Mendes and is sure to be a sweet success, continues at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane throughout the summer.

 
 
 

Sweet Bird of Youth, Old Vic Theatre

Sweet Bird of Youth is directed by Marianne Elliott and stars Kim Cattrall.

Old Vic Theatre Old Vic Theatre Where:
, 103 The Cut, London London, SE1 8NB
Category: Theatres

103 The Cut, South Bank, London, SE1 8NB

Tube: Waterloo Station, Southwark Station, Lambeth North Station

 
 

The director of the Old Vic's summer play Sweet Bird of Youth, Marianne Elliott, recently won an Olivier Award for Best Director for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time at the National Theatre. And if that wasn't reason enough to see her latest play, the fact that Sex And The City actress Kim Cattrall stars in the title role might just convince you. Cattrall takes on the role of fading Hollywood legend Alexandra Del Lago in Tennessee Williams's novel in a production which forms part of Kevin Spacey's final season at the helm of the theatre. Cattrall has already proved her mettle on stage, last appearing in the West End in 2010 in Noel Coward's Private Lives, a production that subsequently transferred to Broadway. Charles Spencer, writing in The Telegraph, was reminded of, "the kind of woman Marilyn Monroe might have become had she lived a little longer...".

 
 

Events at Old Vic Theatre

Other Desert Cities Ongoing Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

13th March to 24th May 2014 | Mar 13-22 previews 10-48, Mar 23-May 24 10-53, concs available

 
Clarence Darrow

28th May to 15th June 2014 - Various Times | May 28-31, Jun 1-12, 14 & 15 10-60, Jun 13 7pm 15-65

 

The lawyer Clarence Darrow recalls his previous experiences in court, including the Thrill Killers trial, which partly established his reputation as a formidable advocate. Kevin Spacey stars in the title role, in David W Rintels' ...

The Crucible

24th June to 13th September 2014 - Various Times | 10-55

 
Electra

20th September to 20th December 2014 - Various Times | Sep 20-30 previews 10-50, Oct 1-Dec 20 10-55

 
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Private Lives | Gielgud Theatre

Anna Chancellor and Toby Stephens are the divorced couple in Noel Coward's comedy.

Gielgud Theatre Gielgud Theatre Where:
, Shaftesbury Avenue, London London, W1D 6AR
Category: Theatres

Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London, W1D 6AR

Tube: Piccadilly Circus Station, Leicester Square Station

 
 

Following on from The Audience at the Gielgud Theatre this summer is a West End transfer for Chichester Festival Theatre of Private Lives starring Anna Chancellor and Toby Stephens. Noel Coward's comedy drama about a divorced couple who meet unexpectedly five years later has already been praised for its "wonderfully fresh, stylish and razor-sharp account" by The Independent who proclaimed it to be "the best Private Lives we have seen since Alan Rickman and Lindsay Duncan struck sparks off each other in the West End a decade ago". Book now.

 
 

Events at Gielgud Theatre

Blithe Spirit Ongoing Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

1st March to 7th June 2014 | 31.50, 51, 82

 
The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

24th June to 25th October 2014 | 12-57.50, Premium Seats 85

 
All events at Private Lives | Gielgud Theatre
 
 
 

The Cripple of Inishmaan, Noel Coward Theatre

Noel Coward Theatre Noel Coward Theatre Where:
, St Martin's Lane, London London, WC2N 4AU
Category: Theatres

St Martin's Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4AU

Tube: Leicester Square Station, Covent Garden Station, Charing Cross Station, Piccadilly Circus Station

 
 

This summer, Martin McDonagh's 'The Cripple of Inishmaan' is given its first major London revival since its premiere in 1996. Part of Michael Grandage's Noel Coward season - a season of five plays with over 100,000 tickets at 10 - the revival of this dark comedy will see Daniel Radcliffe take the lead role. If you want to see 'The Cripple of Inishmaan' at the Noel Coward Theatre this summer you can book tickets now . 'Cripple' Billy Claven is eager to broaden his horizons and escape the gossip, poverty and boredom of the small isle Inishmaan. After learning that a Hollywood film crew will be setting up camp on the neighbouring isle to create a documentary about life on the islands, Billy takes a chance and strives for a part in the film. Surprisingly, he succeeds and sets out to prove to everyone how much he wants to realise his dream.

 
 

Events at Noel Coward Theatre

Good People
Ongoing

10th April to 14th June 2014 - Various Times | 10-52.50, concs 25, Premium Seats 85, Apr 10-14 previews 10-42.50, Premium Seats 75

 
Shakespeare in Love Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

1st July to 1st December 2014 | Public Booking opens February 2014

 
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A Doll's House, Duke of York's Theatre

Duke of York's Theatre Duke of York's Theatre Where:
, St Martins Lane, London London, WC2N 4BG
Category: Theatres

St Martins Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4BG

Tube: Leicester Square Station, Charing Cross Station, Covent Garden Station, Piccadilly Circus Station, Embankment Underground Station

 
 

Zoe Wanamaker (best known for the BBC's My Family and her role as Madame Hooch in the Harry Potter series) stars in David Leveaux's well received production of Passion Play, the celebrated dark comedy on love and infidelity by Peter Nichols. Find the best ticket priced tickets and book now to see this " beautifully judged production which does full justice to an ingenious modern classic" (Charles Spencer, The Telegraph).

Also at the Duke of York's this summer comes A Doll's House, which transfers to the Duke of York's Theatre in August following two successful runs at The Young Vic. The sell-out success from Simon Stephens - who also worked on the multi Olivier Award-winning A Curious Incident of a Dog in the Night Time - was widely praised, "warmly recommended" (The Telegraph) and nominated for three Evening Standard Awards back in 2012 and enjoyed another successful run earlier this year. Now, the "sexy, passionate interpretation" (Evening Standard) of Henrik Ibsen's 1879 play comes to the West End for a limited 12-week run. Controversial at the time, A Doll's House is acutely critical of 19th century marriage norms but, despite contrary beliefs, Ibsen insisted the play was not a fight for women's rights. This revival will see Hattie Morahan and Dominic Rowan return as the title roles Nora and Torvald.

 
 
 

Chimerica | Harold Pinter Theatre

Lucy Kirkwood's Chimerica transfers to the West End on 6th August.

Chimerica Chimerica Twenty three years after the event, Joe, a young American photojournalist, is driven to discover the truth behind the unknown hero he captured on film in Tiananmen Square, 1989. Written by Lucy Kirkwood, Chimerica was given its world premiere at the Almeida Theatre on 20th May 2013. Now, the play is set to transfer to the Harold Pinter Theatre for a limited 11-week run. This provocative piece, which examines the changing fortunes of the two countries, is directed by Lyndsey Turner ('Posh' at the Royal Court and the West End). The play has been acclaimed by critics and audiences alike and runs until 6th July at the Almeida before opening at the Harold Pinter on 6th August.
2013-08-062013-10-19 Where:
Harold Pinter Theatre, 6 Panton Street, London London, SW1Y 4DN
Category: Theatre

Harold Pinter Theatre, 6 Panton Street, Soho, London, SW1Y 4DN

Tube: Piccadilly Circus Station, Leicester Square Station

 

Dates: 06th August - 19th October 2013

 

Following a successful run at the Almeida Theatre where Lucy Kirkwood's Chimerica was given its world premiere on 20th May 2013, the play transfers to the Harold Pinter Theatre for a limited 11-week run. Twenty three years after Tiananmen Square, Joe, a young American photojournalist, is driven to discover the truth behind the unknown hero he captured on film in 1989. This provocative piece, which examines the changing fortunes of the two countries, is directed by Lyndsey Turner ('Posh' at the Royal Court and the West End). The play has been acclaimed by critics and audiences alike. "If we see a better new play this year, we'll be extremely lucky", says Michael Billington in The Guardian while Telegraph critic Charles Spencer "cannot rate it highly enough".

 
 
 

Fences | Duchess Theatre

Lenny Henry stars in this "cracking production" of August Wilson's American drama.

Fences Fences Comedian Lenny Henry proved he can do serious acting as well as he can do stand-up with Othello in 2009 and now he's back in Fences, a "cracking production" (Telegraph) of August Wilson's American drama. In the 1983 play set in the 1950s, Henry stars as African American Troy Maxson, an embittered bin man in his 50s, whose career in baseball was cut short by race laws, a role previously undertaken by the likes of Denzel Washington and James Earl Jones. Fences tours the UK before opening in London's West End in June at the Duchess Theatre. Ticket deals for Fences are available now. Reviews of Paulette Randall's "excellent production" at Theatre Royal Bath have claimed Lenny Henry as "magnificent", capable of delivering "moments of wrenching intensity", (Charles Spencer, Telegraph).
2013-06-192013-09-14 Where:
Duchess Theatre, Catherine Street, London London, WC2B 5LA
Category: Theatre

Duchess Theatre, Catherine Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2B 5LA

Tube: Covent Garden Station, Temple Station

 

Dates: 19th June - 14th September 2013

 

Comedian Lenny Henry proved he can do serious acting as well as he can do stand-up with Othello in 2009 and now he's back in Fences, a "cracking production" (Telegraph) of August Wilson's American drama. In the 1983 play set in the 1950s, Henry stars as African American Troy Maxson, an embittered bin man in his 50s, whose career in baseball was cut short by race laws, a role previously undertaken by the likes of Denzel Washington and James Earl Jones. Fences tours the UK before opening in London's West End in June at the Duchess Theatre. Ticket deals for Fences are available now. Reviews of Paulette Randall's "excellent production" at Theatre Royal Bath have claimed Lenny Henry as "magnificent", capable of delivering "moments of wrenching intensity", (Charles Spencer, Telegraph).

 
 
 

The Hothouse | Trafalgar Studios

Simon Russell Beale and John Simm star in Harold Pinter's tragi-comedy.

The Hothouse The Hothouse Simon Russell Beale and John Simm (currently appearing in BBC TV series The Village) star in Harold Pinter's tragicomedy The Hothouse, Jamie Lloyd's second production at Trafalgar Studios following the hugely successful debut of his Trafalgar Transformed season, which opened with James McAvoy starring in Macbeth. Set during Christmas day in a state-run mental institution, the play reveals the cruelty handed out by its leader whose power goes unchecked. Get tickets for The Hothouse now, previews from Saturday 4th May.
2013-05-042013-08-03 Where:
Trafalgar Studios, 14 Whitehall, London London, SW1A 2DY
Category: Theatre

Trafalgar Studios, 14 Whitehall, Westminster, London, SW1A 2DY

Tube: Charing Cross Station, Embankment Underground Station

 

Dates: 04th May - 03rd August 2013

 

Simon Russell Beale and John Simm (currently appearing in BBC TV series The Village) star in Harold Pinter's tragi-comedy The Hothouse, Jamie Lloyd's second production at Trafalgar Studios following the hugely successful debut of his Trafalgar Transformed season, which opened with James McAvoy starring in Macbeth. Set during Christmas day in a state-run mental institution, the play reveals the cruelty handed out by its leader whose power goes unchecked. Get tickets for The Hothouse now, ends 3rd August.

 
 
 

The Scoop at More London Free Festival

Free al fresco theatre performed in the amphitheatre next to City Hall.

The Scoop at More London Free Festival The Scoop at More London Free Festival The Scoop at More London Free Festival The Scoop at More London, next to City Hall, is a huge open air amphitheatre next to the Thames, making it an ideal al fresco venue for a Free Festival. The season runs throughout the summer and is split up into four months, each of which are dedicated to a specific genre: fringe, theatre, music and film. June combines dance, laughter and mindfulness for a month of free fringe. The Pantaloons Theatre Company will perform Sherlock Holmes, an inventive and humourous show for all ages; Merry Opera presents The Magic Flute, a pantomime and opera hybrid; and The Movement Factory will get visitors moving like they've never moved before with their one-stop-shop for dance development. July offers four weeks of live music and August serves a month of free theatre. With two fully stages productions, the daytime will stage the family friendly Prince of Thebes, a magical tale of Thebes and his quest to lift an evil spell. Once the sun has set and the children have been put to bed, older audiences will be able to enjoy Oedipus and Antigone, which chronicles the downfall of the Theban Royal family. September, the Scoop's final month, screens a mixture of current, classic and cult films with the record-breaking Skyfall, classic favourite Back to the Future and Oscar-winning Les Miserables on the line-up. This is what al fresco summer entertainment should be about: no tickets necessary - so you can just turn up and enjoy the show, outdoors. What better way to make the most of summer - and it's all for free.

2013-06-052013-09-27 Where:
The Scoop at More London, The Queen's Walk, London London, SE1 2AA
Category: Theatre

The Scoop at More London, The Queen's Walk, Bankside, London, SE1 2AA

Tube: London Bridge Station

 

Dates: 05th June - 27th September 2013

 

The Scoop at More London, next to City Hall, is a huge open air amphitheatre next to the Thames, making it an ideal al fresco venue for a Free Festival of music, theatre, film and fringe performances. Running throughout the summer, the 2013 festival includes The Pantaloons performing Sherlock Holmes (evenings from 12th to 14th June 2013), The Magic Flute presented by Merry Opera (from 26th to 28th June 2013), the Prince of Thebes and Oedipus and Antigone both of which are performed Wednesday to Sunday evenings from 7th August until 1st September 2013. This is what al fresco summer entertainment should be about: no tickets necessary - so you can just turn up and enjoy the show, outdoors. What better way to make the most of summer - and it's all for free.

 
 
 

The Same Deep Water As Me | The Donmar Warehouse

Nick Payne's new comic drama about personal injury lawyers opens 1st August.

The Donmar Warehouse The Donmar Warehouse Where:
, 41 Earlham Street, Seven Dials, London London, WC2H 9LD
Category: Theatres

41 Earlham Street, Seven Dials, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9LD

Tube: Covent Garden Station, Leicester Square Station, Tottenham Court Road Station

 
 

A new play from 'Constellations' author Nick Payne - the play which won last year's Evening Standard Award - The Same Deep Water As Me opens at the Donmar this August. In this comic drama about Luton's finest personal injury lawyers we meet Andrew and Barry at Scorpion Claims and a collection of characters who are doing something wrong but who create a whole ideology to justify their actions. The shady world of 'no win, no fee' litigation is revealed in this witty new play which John Crowley returns to the Donmar to direct. The Irishman has previously directed 'Into the Woods', 'Juno and the Paycock' and 'Tales from Hollywood' at the Covent Garden theatre.

 
 

Events at The Donmar Warehouse

Privacy Now On

10th April to 31st May 2014 | 10-35; previews (10-21 April) 10-30

 

Is there any such thing as privacy any more or, in a world of search engines, online shopping and social media, have we clicked away our inner selves? Artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse Josie ...more

Fathers and Sons Editor's Top Pick - Recommended

5th June to 26th July 2014 | 7.50-35

 

Lyndsey Turner, whose theatre credits include 'Posh' at the Royal Court and in West End, and Headlong's acclaimed 'Chimerica' which transferred from the Almeida to the West End last year, returns to the Donmar to ...more

All events at The Same Deep Water As Me | The Donmar Warehouse