66 The Cut
Waterloo
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See Me NowSee Me Now

11 Feb - 4 Mar (The Maria)

A daring new show created and performed by London sex workers.

AMND artwork of people with landscapes covering their facesA Midsummer Night's Dream

16 Feb - 1 Apr (Main House)

Dark fantasies and nightmarish visions unfold in this bold take on Shakespeare's unparalleled tale of love, betrayal and desire. 

The Bear/The ProposalThe Bear/The Proposal

15 - 25 Mar (The Clare)

A bold new production of Chekhov’s comedies performed by a gender fierce company of queer and trans artists.

Beautiful star field with the silhouette of Brendan Cowell Life of Galileo

6 May - 24 June (Main House)

An out of-this-world production of Brecht’s masterpiece on a stunning wrap-around set, directed by BAFTA winner Joe Wright.

Taha title over a barren desert which a lonely child appears to be crossing Taha

5 - 15 July (The Maria)

A lyrical story of the life of renowned Palestinian poet Taha Muhammad Ali.

A beautiful old stage with Nina Simone in the background at the word Nina with Josette Bushell Mingo as the iNina

19 - 29 July (The Maria)

Backed by a brilliant band, Josette Bushell-Mingo intertwines story and song from the life of Nina Simone with her own.

Yerma image with Billie Piper in a purple haze behind a misty glass Yerma

26 Jul - 31 Aug (Main House)

Billie Piper returns in her Evening Standard Award-winning role for a limited run of 2016’s "astonishing triumph".

Juliette Stevenson on a white background with her head fading into squares Wings

14 Sep - 28 Oct (Main House)

Juliet Stevenson delivers another extraordinary performance in Natalie Abrahami’s moving revival.

An orange background with a boat full of refugee womenThe Suppliant Women

13 - 25 Nov (Main House)

★★★★★ “An epic, feminist protest song” – The Guardian

YellowmanYellowman

22 Nov - 2 Dec (The Clare)

Powerful racial tensions are unearthed in this Pulitzer Prize-nominated drama.

Seiriol Davies as the 5th Marquis of Anglesey in a beautiful blue sequence dressHow to Win Against History

30 Nov - 23 Dec (The Maria)

★★★★★ “This musical about a cross-dressing Marquess is a work of genius” – The Daily Telegraph