Laurence O’Keefe and Kevin Murphy’s musical has direction from Andy Flickman, choreography by Gary Lloyd, design by David Shields, lighting by Ben Cracknell, sound by Dan Samson and casting by Will Burton.
The show first opened at The Other Palace in June, after a work-in-progress production at the venue’s downstairs space in 2017. It will now run at in the West End from 3 September to 24 November.
Heathers is about a teenage misfit who gets taken under the wings of three beautiful people called the Heathers. It is based on the 1988 cult movie that starred Winona Ryder and Christian Slater.Book Tickets
Troilus and Cressida swear they will always be true to one another. But in the seventh year of the siege of Troy their innocence is tested, and exposed to the savage corrupting influence of war, with tragic consequences.
Virtuoso percussionist Evelyn Glennie collaborates with RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran to create a satirical futuristic vision of a world resounding in battle.
Troilus and Cressida will be broadcast live from Stratford-upon-Avon to cinemas on 14 November.Book Tickets
First Othello, then Macbeth, this September experience a bold new two-hour staging of two of Shakespeare’s most famous plays, both renowned for their epic portrayals of jealousy, power and revenge.
The world premiere of othellomacbeth offers a unique retelling in which the voices of some of Shakespeare’s most iconic female characters are brought to the fore. Featuring a company of nine performers who seamlessly move from the first play to the second, including Coronation Street’s Melissa Johns.
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Following the adventures of Penny, a girl who has a big talent and a big passion: singing. She decides to enroll in the most famous performing arts school, M.A.R.S. Her passion will encourage her to fight for her dreams alongside her best friend Camilla. And soon, the arrival of a boy will complicate things.
Will Kenning plays dance teacher Mr Piccolo at M.A.R.S.
✭✭✭✭✭ ‘THE MOST UPLIFTING PIECE OF NEW BRITISH MUSICAL THEATRE’ – The Evening Standard
From Tudor queens to pop princesses, the six wives of Henry VIII finally take the mic to tell their tale, remixing five hundred years of her-storical heartbreak into a 75-minute celebration of sisterly sass-itude.
Maiya Quansah Breed as Catherine Parr.Book Tickets