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HIP Trip of Brighton

Sell-out hit show HIP returns as an immersive journey through the streets of 1970’s Brighton.

Black Cat Cabaret

A decadent, dazzling cabaret on London's Southbank.

This Week 8-14 May

Explore a pop-up beach in Fulham, Tokyo's finest beat-makers at Jazz Cafe or an explosive biblical remake Salomé at The National.

Jane Eyre: An Autobiography

English literature’s most celebrated autobiographical novel returns to the stage at Dugdale Theatre.

The Best Theatre to See in May

It’s a new month, the sun is shining and, with the outdoor theatre season kicking off, there are even more shows to choose from! Where oh where will you go? Allow us to offer up a suggestion or eight.

An Interview with Imelda Staunton

We speak to Imelda Staunton, one of the most talented theatrical actors of our time, about how choosing challenging roles means she's having her cake and eating it.

House of Burlesque: 2.0

House of Burlesque push aside the pretence of fluff & feathers in their strong, sassy and thoroughly modern show.

This Week 24 – 30 April

Keep yourself busy in London with the British Library’s extensive new exhibition on the Russian Revolution, celebrate the Sikh New Year in Trafalgar Square or spend a night at the musicals far from the West End trail.

An Interview with Damian Lewis

We speak to esteemed British actor Damian Lewis about his latest West-End role, James Bond and the the rise of TV dramas.

Nuclear War at The Royal Court

We speak to playwright Simon Stephens about his acclaimed experimental play Nuclear War.

Life of Galileo

A masterpiece about science, power and belief at The Young Vic.

The Pulverised

This play is a powerful and disturbing portrait of globalisation at the Arcola Theatre.

Individual Medley

A solo spoken word show about boarding school, boys and backstroke.

Top 5: Immersive Experiences in 2017

Immersive experiences are a huge trend for 2017. We pick out some of the best experiences in the capital this year.


A celebration of one of the most influential albums ever made, in the Beatles' home city.

An Interview with David Tennant

We speak to Doctor Who and Broadchurch's David Tennant about adjusting to fame and stage fright.

London is the unrefuted global hub for theatre. No doubt about it. Whether you are attracted by the bright lights of the West End or the creativity and innovation of fringe venues, the crop of talent in the capital is remarkable. So make sure you’re keeping on top of what’s going on by browsing our collection of some of the best theatre shows to catch right now! We’ll always include an varied mix, so you can either go for something you know you’ll like, or perhaps even push the boat out and get inspired by something new… It’s your call!