Frank, funny stories told with care and compassion.
Simon Stephens and Rufus Norris reimagine Brecht’s social critique of the capitalist world.
A production of Arthur Miller's debut play.
A vibrant homage to the world of Bollywood cinema, music, and dance.
Examines the tug of war between wanting to belong to society and being true to yourself.
A view from Islington North – Arts Theatre, London. An evening of political satire.
Get your diaries out – here are some of the shows that we're looking forward to in the months ahead.
A play about the suicide of Terence Rattigan's gay lover.
A play about religion and retribution.
A reimagining of a TED talk by the former US president.
A revival of the Kern and Hammerstein classic.
A unique setting for an exciting program of movies.
One of Shakespeare’s most popular plays comes to The Jack Studio in London.
A coming-of-age drama from writer/director Andrew Steggall.
An essential part of your flower market experience on a Sunday.
Theatre, art, and performance are all covered.
Class struggles, thwarted love, and family destruction collide.
Anne Archer will return to the UK to star as Jane Fonda in a new production.
A darkly-comic play about a family's changing dynamics.
Gina Toniq and Minhi Wang lip sync for their lives to Australia's entry to the Eurovision song contest 2016 in Stockholm, Sweden
Exploring dance as a sacred art.
A new play by Claudio Macor tells the story of Danish doctor Carl Peter Værnet.
A revival of the iconic play about a group of gay men in Manhattan in the late 1960s.
Grab your speedos and your sunglasses – it's time for Montreal's outdoor gay water polo tournament!
A two-week curated festival of new work.
Visually stunning contemporary dance.
The Man Up! drag king contest is underway at East London's best gay pub.
A fantastic adaptation of an incredibly sad story.
A modern, political musical that is very much of its time.
The stage is set at The Glory in London's east-end for a testosterone-fuelled frenzy.