People Places & Things (Opens 3 May)

Trafalgar Theatre

People Places & Things

The award-winning production of Duncan Macmillan’s People Places and Things returns to the West End this month.

People, Places, and Things tickets are available now.

The play follows the story of Emma, an actor battling with addiction. Emma ends up in rehab after she breaks down during a performance on Chekhov’s The Seagull.

People Places and Things first opened at the National Theatre in 2015 and the production then went on to transfer to the Wyndham’s Theatre in 2016. Reprising her award-winning role as Emma is Denise Gough who took home the award for Best Actress at the 2016 Olivier Awards.

The play is directed by Jeremy Herrin, whose previous work includes Long Days Journey Into Night, A Mirror, and Best of Enemies.

People, Place and Things opens at the Trafalgar Theatre on 3 May and will run until 10 August 2024. Book your People, Places, and Things theatre tickets now. Playing for a strictly limited 14-week season.

Fawlty Towers The Play (Opens 4 May)

Apollo Theatre

Fawlty Towers The Play

One of the nation’s most loved BBC sitcoms of all time has now been adapted for the stage. John Cleese’s Fawlty Towers The Play is coming to the West End this May.

Fawlty Towers The Play tickets are on sale now.

Nearly 50 years after the original show hit our TV Screens, Fawlty Towers The Play is sure to take the West End by storm. The TV show was known for its clever writing, sharp wit, and comic timing, and we’re sure the stage adaptation will be no different.

Fawlty Towers The Play has been adapted for the stage by Cleese himself with direction by Caroline Jay Ranger who previously directed Only Fools and Horses: The Musical.

The production will incorporate three iconic episodes from the original TV series into a 2-hour long play. It will include ‘The Hotel Inspector’, ‘The Germans’ and ‘Communication Problems’, which will be adapted into one coherent storyline.

Fawlty Towers The Play will open at the Apollo Theatre on 4 May. Book your Fawlty Towers tickets now to see this brilliantly funny comedy.

Heathers The Musical (Opens 22 May)

Soho Place

Heathers The Musical

Based on the 80s cult classic starring Winona Ryder, Heathers The Musical is back but this time at the new Soho Place.

The dark comedy musical first entered the London theatre scene in 2018 at the Other Palace Theatre, before transferring to the Theatre Royal Haymarket. It then became a permanent fixture back at the Other Palace before closing in September last year. Since then the musical has been on 2 record-breaking national tours and is currently touring the UK.

Laurence O’Keefe and Kevin Murphy’s hit musical adaptation follows the story of Veronica Sawyer as she befriends the school’s most popular clique… The Heathers. However, when the rebellious JD enters her life she learns that although it may kill to be a nobody, it certainly murders to be a somebody.

Heathers The Musical will play at Soho Place from 22 May until 6 July 2024.
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A View From The Bridge (Opens 22 May)

Theatre Royal Haymarket

A View From The Bridge.

BAFTA award winner Dominic West is set to star as Eddie Carbone in Arthur Miller’s timeless masterpiece A View From The Bridge.

This West End transfer follows on from the production’s previous run at the Theatre Royal Bath’s Ustinov Studio earlier this year, where the entire run sold out in under an hour.

Joining West is an all-star cast including Olivier and Tony Award nominee Kate Fleetwood (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows/ Macbeth) and BAFTA Cymru award winner Callum Scott Howells (It’s A Sin/ Romeo and Julie/ Cabaret).

Directed by Lindsay Posner, A View From The Bridge explores themes of jealousy and passion in the close-knit Italian-American community of 1950s New York.

A View From The Bridge will open at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from 22 May to 3 August.
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Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder! (Opens 25 May)

Ambassadors Theatre

Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder

The murder mystery musical comedy Kathy & Stella Solve a Murder opens next month.

Written by Matthew Floyd Jones and Jon Brittain, the show follows two true crime podcasters who find themselves in the middle of an actual whodunnit when their favourite author is murdered.

Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder! tickets are on sale now

Produced by the multi-Olivier Award-winners behind Fleabag, Baby Reindeer, and The 39 Steps, Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder is not to be missed.

Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder! will open at the Ambassadors Theatre from 25 May to 14 September 2024.

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