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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.

Piercing eyes stare out from a face who's mouth is covered and overlayed with people protesting and the text Why It's Kicking Off everywhereWhy It's Kicking Off Everywhere

28 - 30 Mar (The Maria)

“What kind of revolution is this?” The world premiere of a play about revolution. Journalist Paul Mason teams up with Young Vic artistic director David Lan for this powerful and challenging new show based on Paul’s acclaimed book.


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.

Black and white image of Sienna Miller and Jack O'Connell standing side by sideCat on a Hot Tin Roof

13 Jul - 7 Oct (Apollo Theatre)

Sienna Miller and Jack O’Connell star in Tennessee Williams’ searing poetic masterpiece. Set on a steamy night in Mississippi, Benedict Andrews directs.

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


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