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3 - 27 Feb (Main House)

The extraordinary team of Peter Brook, Marie-Hélène Estienne and Jean-Claude Carrière revisit the astonishing epic of The Mahabharata 30 years after Brook’s now legendary colossal production took the world by storm.

A Girl is a Half-formed Thing

17 Feb - 26 Mar (The Maria)

★★★★★ The Guardian. A fearless, unflinching portrait of one girl’s turbulent journey, based on the best-selling book by Eimear McBride.

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10 Mar - 16 Apr (Main House)

Jane Horrocks performs her own gritty and soulful versions of the new wave hits she grew up with. Featuring gorgeously evocative choreography by director Aletta Collins.

Living with the Lights On

17 - 19 Mar (The Clare)

Hilarious, touching and utterly bonkers – Mark Lockyer shares his gripping story of an actor living life on the edge.


6 - 16 Apr (The Clare)

Lula and Clay's subway flirtation turns to violence in this powerful play about race. Directed by Ola Ince, winner of a 2016 Genesis Future Directors Award.

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12 May - 18 Jun (Main House)

Race, ethics, sanity and prejudice collide in Joe Penhall’s exquisitely sharp state of the nation classic. Matthew Xia directs this timely Olivier Award-winning play.

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20 May - 11 Jun (The Maria)

Tackling the urgent issue of FGM in Britain, Charlene James’ devastating new play reveals the price some girls pay to become a woman.


29 Jul - 10 Sept (Main House)

Director Simon Stone's new version of Lorca's masterpiece about a young woman desperate to become a mother - re-imagined for London today.


16 - 26 Nov (The Clare)

Sex, money and power collide in debbie tucker green's dark comedy for three women. Directed by Bryony Shanahan, winner of a 2016 Genesis Future Directors Award.

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Now until 21 February (Lyceum Theatre, New York)

The Olivier Award winning A View from the Bridge transfers to Broadway following sold-out runs at the Young Vic and the West End, with a stellar cast led by Mark Strong. 

A Streetcar Named Desire

23 Apr - 4 Jun (St. Ann's Warehouse, New York)

Benedict Andrews' award-winning production of Tennessee Williams’ finest play transfers to New York for a strictly limited run.