Tag Archives: West End theatre
Following a sell out season at London’s Donmar Warehouse, My Night With Reg transfers to the Apollo Theatre for a limited run from Saturday January 17th – Saturday April 11th 2015. from the apollo: “Kevin Elyot’s My Night With Reg … Continue reading
The Play That Goes Wrong, which has had excellent reviews at the Trafalgar, and before that the Old Red Lion pub theatre, transfers to the Duchess Theatre from September. There are some £20 tickets for the first month that can … Continue reading
Chimerica which had rave reviews at the Almeida Theatre earlier this year has opened to excellent reviews on the West End. The story from the website: “Tiananmen Square, 1989. As tanks roll through Beijing and soldiers hammer on his hotel … Continue reading
London Wall, which was acclaimed at the Finborough theatre, where it was performed as part of their series of rediscovered early 20th century plays, is transferring to the St James theatre. You can read the Guardian review here. From the … Continue reading
The National Theatre Live will broadcast the West End production of The Audience starring Helen Mirren to cinemas around the world on June 13th, and varying dates internationally. Tickets will be available from 1 March.
Our Country’s Good which has received excellent reviews has extended its run at the St James Theatre. From the St. James: “THIEVES. MURDERERS. SADISTIC OFFICERS. A PLAY. This is what made Australia 25 years ago, Our Country’s Good premiered at … Continue reading
The National Theatre’s sell-out production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time-based on Mark Haddons’ book- is transferring to the Apollo Theatre on March 1st. It was hard to imagine how Haddon’s book could be translated into … Continue reading