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The Kinks are one of the greatest of all British rock groups, and now the story of their rise to fame comes to the stage, featuring the band's classic songs as written by head Kink Ray Davies, book by Joe Penhall, direction by Edward Hall and design by Miriam Buether.
Simon Callow brings to life Shakespeare's unforgettable characters and the real man behind the legend in this triumphant play, Being Shakespeare. It took the Edinburgh Festival by storm and, following a hugely successful national tour, Callow's magnificent performance is now set to light up the West End for a strictly limited season.
One of Noël Coward’s most successful comedies. Set in the early 1950s, Relative Values is about the uproarious culture clash between the glittering world of Hollywood and the stiff upper lip of the English aristocracy.
Rupert Grint and Ben Whishaw star in the first major revival of the play which dazzled London at the Royal Court prior to a sell-out West End run in 1996, for which it won the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy.
Lucy Kirkwood's provocative new drama Chimerica was a phenomenal success earlier this year at the Almeida Theatre. It's now playing a strictly limited West End engagement from 6 August - 19 October. Lyndsey Turner directs this bravura piece of storytelling, which examines the changing fortunes of two countries whose futures will come to define our own.
Following a sell-out run at the Menier Chocolate Factory, the stunning musical revival of Merrily We Roll Along by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth embarks on an exclusive 12 week season at the Harold Pinter theatre from 23 April.
Kristin Scott Thomas, Rufus Sewell and Lia Williams star in Harold Pinter’s seductive and compelling drama Old Times, directed by Ian Rickson.
Making his West End theatre debut, Rob Brydon stars alongside Nigel Harman (Shrek, EastEnders) and Ashley Jensen(Extras, Ugly Betty) in Alan Ayckbourn's riotous comedy 'A Chorus of Disapproval, directed by Olivier and Tony award-winner Trevor Nunn. Joining the trio on stage will be Teresa Banham, Daisy Beaumont, Georgia Brown, Rob Compton, Matthew Cottle and Steven Edis with further casting to be announced shortly.
The double bill of Terence Rattigan's one-act masterpiece and David Hare's specially commissioned companion piece transfer to the Harold Pinter Theatre.
Years have passed since political prisoner, Paulina suffered at the hands of her captor: A man whose face she never saw, but can still recall with terrifying clarity. Tonight, by chance, a stranger arrives at the secluded beach house she shares with her husband Gerardo, a human rights lawyer. A stranger Paulina is convinced was her tormentor and must now be held to account. Stars Thandie Newton.
Ian Rickson's new production of Harold Pinter's Betrayal will star Kristin Scott Thomas, Douglas Henshall and Ben Miles - opens this spring.
When a schoolgirl's whisper spreads, it triggers a chain of events with extraordinary consequences. Karen Wright (Keira Knightley) and Martha Dobie (Elisabeth Moss) run a girls' boarding school in 1930's New England, where they become entangled in a devastating story of deceit, shame and courage.
Directed by Trevor Nunn and based on Sebastian Faulks's international best-selling novel, Birdsong tells the story of one man's journey through an all consuming love affair and into the horror of the First World War.
American playwright David Hirson's rollicking 1991 play, La Bete, is a comic tour de force! Stars Joanna Lumley, Mark Rylance and David Hyde Pierce
Written in 1894 but banned from performance until the racy 1920s, Mrs Warren's Profession lays bare the rampant hypocrisy of Victorian society and its constrained morals.
Damian Lewis leads an outstanding ensemble with Tara Fitzgerald, Keira Knightley and Dominic Rowan in Martin Crimp's blistering version of The Misanthrope.
Matt Lucas stars in Prick Up Your Ears, a new play by Simon Bent, dramatising the relationship between Kenneth Halliwell and playwright Joe Orton.
With bribery, lies and manipulation, this dramatic new musical follows the suggested events which led to the death of author and Nobel Prize-winner, Ernest Hemingway.
Norma Desmond was the greatest silent movie star of them all, until the advent of the talkies made her a has-been. Joe Gillis was a struggling screenwriter until, by chance, he pulled his car into the driveway of 10086 Sunset Boulevard, home to the reclusive Miss Desmond. This chance encounter would change their lives, forever.
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