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Beryl in UK / West End Logo

Beryl


Beryl Burton: quite possibly the most successful woman youve never heard of.When actress Maxine Peake was given cyclist Beryl Burtons autobiography as a gift she
5/7 - 5/21/2022
Oldham Coliseum Theatre
Fairbottom Street
Oldham
For You I'd Wait in UK / West End Logo

For You I'd Wait


On the 13th November we pay homage to the victims. Thats the only time you think of us. For you, life goes on. But for
5/11 - 5/21/2022
The Turbine Theatre
Arches Ln, Nine Elms, London SW11 8AB
London
Live Music Brunch - Mario Bakuna Band in UK / West End Logo

Live Music Brunch - Mario Bakuna Band


Treat yourself to a relaxing weekend catching up with friends or family at a delicious Live Music Brunch, soundtracked by exceptional emerging musicians.Performing at this
5/21
Royal Albert Hall
Kensington Gore
London
Nothello in UK / West End Logo

Nothello


Isnt Othello responsible for setting up negative stereotypes about black men? Isnt Desdemona a bit shallow? And dont all the best lines go to Iago
5/7 - 5/21/2022
Belgrade Theatre
Belgrade Theatre, Belgrade Square, Coventry, CV1 1GS
Coventry
The Formidable Lizzie Boone in UK / West End Logo

The Formidable Lizzie Boone


What do you get when you combine a wedding ring, burlesque and Pacman?Well, if youre Lizzie Boone, you might get therapyFrom the multi-award winning Selina
5/19 - 5/21/2022
The Rotunda Theatre: Squeak
Regency Square, BN1 2FH
Brighton
Til Death Do Us Part in UK / West End Logo

Til Death Do Us Part


After 15 years of marriage, Daniel and Sylvia find themselves drifting further apart with each passing day. Until one morning, they find themselves abruptly united
5/3 - 5/21/2022
Theatre503
503 Battersea Park Road
London
A Classical Gala in UK / West End Logo

A Classical Gala


Join us for an afternoon of the best classical music, celebrating Raymond Gubbays long association with the Hall. Comperd by ITVs Good Morning Britain presenter,
5/22
Royal Albert Hall
Kensington Gore, London
London
Eleemosynary by Lee Blessing in UK / West End Logo

Eleemosynary by Lee Blessing


This award-winning play focuses on the lives of three generations of women:Dorothea; her daughter, Artie; and Artie's sixteen-year-old daughter, Echo. Through fragmented vignettes we see
5/4 - 5/22/2022
Waterloo East Theatre
Brad Street London SE1 8TN
London
Eleemosynary by Lee Blessing in UK / West End Logo

Eleemosynary by Lee Blessing


Persever Productions present the UK PREMIERE of ​ Eleemosynary by Lee Blessing ​ "Eleemosynary: relating to or dependent on charity; charitable." This award-winning play focuses
5/4 - 5/22/2022
Waterloo East Theatre
Brad Street London SE1 8TN
London
Forever Oz in UK / West End Logo

Forever Oz


Long after the would-be wizard floats away in his balloon, the Scarecrows new post* is as King of Oz. All is well along the yellow
5/19 - 5/22/2022
OSO Arts Centre
OSO Arts Centre, Barnes Green, LONDON SW13OLF
London
Patricia Gets Ready (for a date with the man that used to hit her) in UK / West End Logo

Patricia Gets Ready (for a date with the man that used to hit her)


Patricia has spent a year crafting a kick ass speech while recovering from an abusive relationship. But, when she bumps into her ex on the
5/17 - 5/22/2022
Brixton House, London
385 Coldharbour Ln, London SW9 8GL
London
The Emperor's New Clothes in UK / West End Logo

The Emperor's New Clothes


We bring you the greatest fake news story ever told!The Emperor likes nothing more than a fashion parade and you are all invited to ohh
5/8 - 5/22/2022
Polka Theatre
Polka Theatre, 240 The Broadway, Wimbledon
South West London
The C-Word Debate: Working Class Representation In Theatre & Cultural Industries in UK / West End Logo

The C-Word Debate: Working Class Representation In Theatre & Cultural Industries


Chaired by Lyn Gardner with a panel including John McGrath and Dr David OBrien the panel discuss with the audience solutions to the representation deficit
5/24
Hoxton Hall
130 HOXTON ST LONDON N1 6SH
London
The Duke’s Radio Show in UK / West End Logo

The Duke’s Radio Show


The Cyprus High Commission in the United Kingdom presents the "Duke's Radio Show", a tragicomic musical brimming with vibrant colours, euphoric mood, and relentless reflections
5/24
The Cockpit
Gateforth Street
London

The Sh*t


BAFTA-nominated writer Kenny Emsons honest and unflinching new play takes us into one of the thousands of forgotten youth centres across the country, where Eric
4/19 - 5/24/2022
Bush Theatre
Bush Theatre (Studio), 7 Uxbridge Road, London W12 8LJ
London
Brassed Off Live in UK / West End Logo

Brassed Off Live


Following the unfortunate cancellation of our 2020 event, we are delighted that British classic Brassed Off will be returning to the Royal Albert Hall in
5/25
Royal Albert Hall, Elgar Room
Kensington Gore, London
London
Into The Light Concert with Snatam Kaur in UK / West End Logo

Into The Light Concert with Snatam Kaur


Snatam Kaur is a world-renowned, Grammy-nominated devotional singer, touring musician, teacher, and author, known for the stirring luminous quality of her voice and insightful teaching.
5/25
Gracepoint
161-169 Essex Road, N1 2SN
London
A Room of One's Own in UK / West End Logo

A Room of One's Own


By Virginia Woolf The award-winning creators of Christmas Gothic, Female Gothic, Austens Women, and I, Elizabeth return with a twenty-first century take on Virginia Woolfs
5/27 - 5/28/2022
Greenwich Theatre
Crooms Hill, London, SE10 8ES
London
Hoxton Street: Omnibus in UK / West End Logo

Hoxton Street: Omnibus


Welcome to Hoxton Street and this special omnibus edition of our live soap style drama. For the past five weeks we have presented bi-weekly episodes,
5/18 - 5/28/2022
Hoxton Hall
130 Hoxton Street
London
Superstition Mountain in UK / West End Logo

Superstition Mountain


The three Gunwallow brothers from St Day are in a bit of bother. Slims scrapyard business has gone pear-shaped, while Dwayne owes money to some
5/5 - 5/28/2022

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Greenwich Theatre
Crooms Hill, London, SE10 8ES, England
London
Dissident Voices in UK / West End Logo

Dissident Voices


Prophetic Poems for the Planet.From Blake in 1791 to Bukhowski in 1991.Poetry and Jazz performed by Peter Marinker, co-founder of Dissident Voices and maestro of
5/29
The Cockpit
Gateforth Street
London
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring in Concert in UK / West End Logo

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring in Concert


Peter Jacksons award-winning epic fantasy adventure, based on the J.R.R. Tolkien novels, follows a hobbit named Frodo Baggins, who finds himself in the possession of
5/27 - 5/29/2022
Royal Albert Hall
Kensington Gore, London
London
Venus & Adonis / Dido & Aeneas - Two Great Operas Of The English Baroque in UK / West End Logo

Venus & Adonis / Dido & Aeneas - Two Great Operas Of The English Baroque


Strong, powerful and dynamic women are caught up in love that will sap both their identity and their agency; for them, love proves fundamentally unkind.HGOs
5/20 - 5/29/2022
The Cockpit
Gateforth Street
London
Venus and Adonis / Dido and Aeneas in UK / West End Logo

Venus and Adonis / Dido and Aeneas


HGO presents the earliest masterpieces of British opera - John Blow's 'Venus and Adonis' and Henry Purcell's ''Dido and Aeneas' - in a new fully-staged
5/20 - 5/29/2022
The Cockpit
107, Old Park Avenue
Enfield Town
Encore in UK / West End Logo

Encore


Rom Theatre Arts are showcasing their outstanding talent in two acts.Act 1 is performed by our talented college students with musical numbers from, Blood Brothers,
6/1
The Cockpit
Gateforth Street
London



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