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This was the schedule of expected show openings when the theatres closed down in mid-March 2020. Some of these are likely to be cancelled and others delayed, but we'll leave the list here just as a indication of What Might Have Been. We will update it as the situation develops.


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



THE SEA GULL - Playhouse Theatre.  Chekhov. March 19 - May 30


CITY OF ANGELS -  Garrick Theatre. Musical detective story. March 24


ALL OF US - Dorfman Theatre. Trouble in the workplace. March 28


BABY REINDEER - Ambassadors Theatre. Monologue about being stalked. April 2 - May 2


"Daddy" - Almeida Theatre. Young artist and older patron. April 9 - May 9


MANOR - Lyttelton Theatre. Crumbling house. April 23


THE DOCTOR - Duke of York's Theatre. Medical decision turns into political controversy.  April 20 - July 11


HAIRSPRAY - Coliseum. Musical of growing up in Baltimore. April 23



IN THE BLOOD - Donmar Theatre. Mother protecting children. April 22 - June 6


JACK ABSOLUTE FLIES AGAIN - Olivier Theatre.  The Rivals re-imagined in World War Two. April 28


THE WATSONS - Harold Pinter Theatre. Comic adaptation of unfinished Jane Austen novel transfers from Menier May 8 - September 26


THE HOUSE OF SHADES - Almeida Theatre. Family saga. May 28 - June 27


THE CONTINGENCY PLAN - Donmar Theatre. Double bill about climate change. June 17 - August 2


A DOLL'S HOUSE - Playhouse. Ibsen. June 18 - September 5


JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT - Palladium. July 2


LIFE OF PI - Wyndham's Theatre. Staging of novel. July 15


SISTER ACT - EventimApollo. Whoopie Goldberg in musical of the film. July 21 - August 30 


THE PILLOWMAN - Duke of York's Theatre. Murder mystery. August 5


FORCE MEJEURE - Donmar Theatre. Black comedy. August 13 - September 21


HELLO DOLLY! - Adelphi Theatre. Imelda Staunton in Jerry Herman classic. August 27


CINDERELLA - Gillian Lynne Theatre. Andrew Lloyd Webber's latest.  October 28


GOOD - Playhouse Theatre. Professor seduced by Nazis. October


FROZEN - Drury Lane Theatre. Stage version of Disney film.  November 12


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