In twelfth-century Jerusalem, a wealthy Jew whose daughter loves a Christian faces a dangerous question from the Muslim sultan: which is the one true faith? Nathan responds wisely and well – but subsequent surprising discoveries offer an even more persuasive answer to religious divides.
As moving as it is gently humorous, this rarely seen masterpiece of the eighteenth-century Enlightenment celebrates the common humanity that unites us all.
On At the Stratford Festival, Canada from May 25th-October 11th
You can find tickets here: https://www.stratfordfestival.ca/WhatsOn/PlaysAndEvents/Production/Nathan-the-Wise
Divorced for five years, Elyot and Amanda are reunited by chance – while honeymooning with their new spouses. Succumbing to raging ex appeal, they run off together to Paris, only to discover all over again – hilariously – that there’s more than one way to drive each other crazy.
The wit of Noël Coward is at its cheekiest in this uproarious romantic comedy, set in a sophisticated world of cocktails, glamour and sparkling repartee.
On at the Avon Theatre, Stratford, Canada from April 24th - October 26th
You can buy tickets here: https://www.stratfordfestival.ca/WhatsOn/PlaysAndEvents/Production/Private-Lives
This Island’s Mine was originally performed by Gay Sweatshop in 1988. Now, three decades after the introduction of Section 28 banning positive representations of homosexuality, Philip Osment’s passionate and lyrical play, of outsiders, exiles and refugees, is all too resonant.
Show runs from Wed 15th May - Sat 8th June 2019 at The Dukes Head Theatre
You can find tickets here: https://system.spektrix.com/kingsheadtheatre/website/eventdetails.aspx?WebEventId=thisislandsmine
With its last performance in London at the Almeida Theatre in 2014, Our Town sees audiences enter the fictional world of Grover’s Corners, a small town in America. Written by Thornton Wilder, the narrative conveys the lives of citizens during the turn of the twentieth century. The show is set to break the fourth wall and answer questions from the audience during the production.
On at the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, you can book tickets here from 17-May-2019 to 08-Jun-2019