Following a critically acclaimed West End Season at the Theatre Royal Haymarket last year, with celebrated productions of Uncle Vanya and Life & Fate (Critics’ Choice The Guardian, Financial Times, Telegraph, Sunday Times) the Maly Drama Theatre of St. Petersburg return with a luminous retelling of Chekhov’s masterpiece, Three Sisters. Playing in London for 10 performances only from June 19th at the Vaudeville Theatre, press nights will be held on June 19th and 20th. Rediscover the … [Read more...]
Vaudeville Theatre London Tickets, News & Reviews
SIX, ‘the most uplifting piece of new British musical theatre’ is the phenomenon everyone is losing their head over!
Critically acclaimed across the UK with a sound-track storming up the UK pop charts, the sell-out intoxicating Tudor take-off is back!
From Tudor Queens to Pop Princesses, the six wives of Henry VIII take to the mic to tell their tales, remixing five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a 75-minute celebration of 21st century girl power. These Queens may have green sleeves but their lipstick is rebellious red.
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The Worst Witch will fly into the West End for 7 weeks only, over the summer holidays, from 24 July * to 8 September (*all tickets for the 24 July performance are just £20.00!) following its hugely successful premiere at Royal & Derngate and hit UK tour. This new story, adapted for the stage from Jill Murphy’s original books by Emma Reeves (who won a Royal Television Society Award for Best Children’s TV Programme and 2017 British Screenwriters Award for Best Children’s Programme for the … [Read more...]
I once heard a feminist advising fellow feminists not to commit arson, because in addition to the obvious risk of innocent lives, this was the sort of thing that the ‘establishment’ would like feminists to do. The feminists would then most likely be arrested, charged and put on trial, and the establishment can say something like, “Look, this is what feminists are like! Terrible people!” And yet, Emilia 3 (Clare Perkins) admonishes the Vaudeville Theatre audience to “burn the f-king house down!” … [Read more...]
Mischief Theatre, the Olivier award-winning company behind The Play That Goes Wrong, today announce their next ‘Goes Wrong’ comedy Magic Goes Wrong, created with magic legends Penn & Teller. This will be the second production in Mischief Theatre’s year-long residency at the Vaudeville Theatre, which opens with Groan Ups in September 2019. Mischief Theatre will present three new productions at the Vaudeville theatre during their residency. Tickets for Magic Goes Wrong will go on public … [Read more...]
Mischief Theatre, the Olivier award-winning company behind The Play That Goes Wrong, announces it will take over the Vaudeville theatre with a season of new work from September 2019. Opening with comedy Groan Ups, the original Mischief company reunite to bring their unique inventive hilarity to the West End. Mischief Theatre will present three new productions at the Vaudeville theatre during their residency, which will end in August 2020. Tickets for Groan Ups will go on public sale on … [Read more...]
Casting is today announced for Emilia, written by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm and directed by Nicole Charles at the Vaudeville Theatre from 8 March – 15 June 2019, following its run at Shakespeare’s Globe in 2018. The role of Emilia is played at different stages of her life by Saffron Coomber, Adelle Leonce and Clare Perkins. They are joined by an all-female company playing both hers and hims including Nadia Albina, Anna Andresen, Jackie Clune, Jenni Maitland, Carolyn Pickles, Sarah Seggari, Sophie … [Read more...]
Following its sell-out run at Shakespeare's Globe, Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s exciting and entertaining new play Emilia, directed by Nicole Charles, bursts into the Vaudeville Theatre for a strictly limited season from 8 March - 15 June 2019. Emilia Bassano was a writer, teacher, poet and mother said to have been ‘The Dark Lady’ of Shakespeare’s sonnets and one of literature’s first female voices - yet her story has gone untold for centuries until now. In August 2017 Shakespeare’s Globe … [Read more...]