One night in a Belfast disco in the 1980s; with all the familiar characters: the boys, the girls, the cheesy DJ and of course, the men in black. Powered by an amazing soundtrack featuring all the hits of the era, you’ll hear from Lucky Eric, Judd, Les and Ralph as they share their stories in this outrageous and often poignant disco parody.So, stick your name on the guestlist and come on in to enjoy what The Stage called ‘a "slick, atmospheric production that brings contemporary resonance to John Godber’s gritty, sardonic play" (★ ★ ★ ★)
Show runs until 5th October, you can grab your tickets here
Peter Nichols’ funny and moving masterpiece, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, is the extraordinary play inspired by the author’s own experience of raising his daughter. A story about family, it shines a light on her parents’ caring for their disabled daughter, affectionately nicknamed “Joe Egg”, and how they live using wild wry humour to keep the family together.
This new production brings together some of Britain’s greatest actors including Toby Stephens (Oslo, Lost in Space), Claire Skinner (Outnumbered) as husband and wife, Bri and Sheila, who star alongside Olivier Award winner Patricia Hodge (Miranda, National Theatre’s Money) as Bri’s mother, all making their long-awaited returns to the West End in this new production from leading director Simon Evans (Killer Joe, Arturo Ui).
Show runs until until 30th November at Trafalgar Studios, grab your tickets here
Martin Shaw, one of the UK’s best loved stars returns to the stage in a new production of Patrick Hamilton’s classic psychological thriller Gaslight, in the role of retired Detective Rough. A lost watch, a missing brooch, a displaced picture frame… Tricks of the mind perhaps, but for Bella Manningham everything seems horribly real. As the fog-bound evening draws in and the gaslight dims again, Bella realises she is alone with no one to protect her from the footsteps creaking in the attic. Only the unexpected arrival of former police detective Rough can help untangle fact from fiction and save a woman on the brink of insanity.
Show tours the UK until 26th October Grab your tickets here
An adaption by Stuart Paterson of this classic tale, opens this week at the Venice Theatre in Florida. First published in 1894, the adventures of Mowgli and the exotic animals of the Indian forest remain timeless. Countless adaptations for film and stage prove that the themes of law, freedom, obedience and bravery never lose their power.
The show runs till the 15th September and you can get your tickets here
Scardale Hall Health Farm has the best staff in Europe, happy to pamper you, massage you and put you through your paces. But when Don and Shirley arrive to fix their failing marriage, even the coolest therapists start to lose their karma. When the sanctuary is broken, it’s not only the clients who need to lay back and relax.
From the writer of Scary Bikers, Teechers, Up N Under and Bouncers, Gym & Tonic is a laugh out loud comedy about trying to find a moment of calm in these challenging times.
Show runs till 21st September and you can get your tickets here
It is with great sadness to announce the death of one of Britain’s foremost playwrights Peter Nichols. Peter 92, passed away peacefully on Saturday morning in Oxford. Our thoughts and well wishes go out to his family and loved ones throughout this difficult time.
For more information on Peter's life please visit his full biography page here