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COMING SOON...
A selection of shows announced for London in the coming months

(NOTE: Most shows will have a week or more of previews, usually at reduced prices, before the official opening )


MY COUNTRY - A WORK IN PROGRESS - Dorfman Theatre. Verbatim interviews on Britishness. February 28 - March 22


LOST WITHOUT WORDS - Dorfman Theatre. Improvised drama different each night. March 4-18


A PROFOUNDLY AFFECTIONATE PASSIONATE DEVOTION TO SOMEONE - Royal Court Theatre. debby turner green play. March 6 - April 1


LIMEHOUSE - Donmar Theatre. Political events of 1981. March 8 - April 15


ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD - Old Vic Theatre. Tom Stoppard on Hamlet's schoolmates. March 9 - April 29


WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? - Harold Pinter Theatre. Albee drama of marriage. March 9 - May 27


THE MISER - Garrick Theatre. New version of Moliere comedy. March 13 - June 10


STEPPING OUT - Vaudeville Theatre. Comedy of dancing class. March 14


THE KID STAYS IN THE PICTURE - Royal Court Theatre. Hollywood producer's story. March 15 - April 8.


AMERICAN IN PARIS - Dominion Theatre. Stage version of Gershwin musical. March 21


CONSENT - Dorfman Theatre. Effects of a rape trial. March 28 - May 17


DON JUAN IN SOHO - Wyndham's Theatre. Patrick Marber updating of the myth. March 28 - June 10


42ND STREET - Drury Lane Theatre. The ultimate understudy-to-star musical. April 4



THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA? - Haymarket Theatre. Albee drama of man in love with goat. April 5 - June 24


ANGELS IN AMERICA -  Lyttelton Theatre. Two-night drama of America in the 1980s. April 11


CAROUSEL - Coliseum. Rodgers and Hammerstein classic. April 11 - May 13


NUCLEAR WAR - Royal Court Theatre. April 21 - May 6


THE TREATMENT - Almeida Theatre. Hollywood tries to tell a true story. April 28 - June 10


THE RESISTABLE RISE OF ARTURO UI - Donmar Theatre. Brecht political satire. May 2 - June 17


SALOME - Olivier Theatre. New political interpretation of biblical story. May 2 - July 15


THE FERRYMAN - Royal Court Theatre. Irish drama. May 3-26; then Gielgud Theatre June 20 - October 7


OUR LADIES OF PERPETUAL SUCCOUR - Duke of York's Theatre. Catholic school girls let loose. Reviewed in Edinburgh. May 15


WOYZECK - Old Vic Theatre. Buchner drama. May 23 - June 24


COMMON - Olivier Theatre. How industrialisation changed 19th-century Britain. May 30


BARBER SHOP CHRONICLES - Dorfman Theatre. Scenes set in shops in Britain and Africa. May 30 - July 8


KILLOLOGY - Royal Court Theatre.  A murder game. May 30 - June 24


ANATOMY OF A SUICIDE - Royal Court Theatre. Three generations of women. June 8 - July 8


BAT  OUT OF HELL - Coliseum. Jim Steinman musical. June 20 - July 22


INK - Almeida Theatre. Starting a tabloid newspaper. June 27 - August 5


LADY DAY AT EMERSON'S BAR AND GRILL - Wyndham's Theatre. Salute to Billie Holiday. June 27 - September 9


THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS - Palladium. Musical of the family classic. June 29


FOLLIES - Olivier Theatre. Sondheim musical. Summer


COMMITTEE - Donmar Theatre. Musical about political scandal. July 3


ROAD - Royal Court Theatre. Jim Cartwright classic. July 28 - September 1


THE TEMPEST - Barbican Theatre. RSC in high-tech production. June 30 - August 18


GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY - Old Vic Theatre. By Conor McPherson and Bob Dylan. July 12 - October 7


AGAINST - Almeida Theatre. Billionaire tries to change the world. August 23 - September 30


B - Royal Court Theatre. Chilean drama. September


VICTORY CONDITION - Royal Court Theatre. Making connections. September


YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN.  Mel Brooks spoof musical.October 10


DR SEUSS'S THE LORAX - Old Vic Theatre. Musical adaptation. October 15 - November 5


ST GEORGE AND THE DRAGON - Olivier Theatre. Autumn




HAMILTON. Hip-hop musical about American history. December 7


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