Philip Ridley’s 2007 play Leaves of Glass is revived at Park Theatre with a new production by longtime collaborators, Lidless Theatre
Emily Beecher’s Summer Camp For Broken People is an autobiographical one-woman show that asks what it takes to fix a shattered spirit.
Jack Thorne’s new play, The Motive and The Cue, goes backstage of the legendary 1964 Richard Burton / John Gielgud production of Hamlet on Broadway.
With the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 fast approaching, Nul Points! a new Eurovision-themed comedy makes a timely premiere at Union Theatre.
Tony! tells the story of how one man went from peace-loving, long-haired hippy and would-be pop star to warmongering multimillionaire.
Self Tape is a bold new work written and performed by Michael Batten exploring the decision of a struggling actor to enter the world of online sex shows
Glory Ride, a musical about Italian cycling legend Gino Bartali and his secret missions during World War II, has its world premiere at Charing Cross Theatre
Opera della Luna bring their new production of Sweeney Todd or “The String of Pearls” to the most appropriate venue in London for a recreation of a Victorian melodrama, Wilton’s Music Hall.
Tony-winning writer Joe DiPietro takes a sharp look at the life experiences of gay men today in an updated, new version of F**king Men
Richard Parker is a playful, twisty exploration around the concept of coincidence