Olivier Award winner Rory Kinnear leads the cast of this new adaptation of Kafka’s novel, created by Richard Jones and Miriam Buether and written by Nick Gill.
★★★★★ The Guardian. Caryl Churchill pushes the boundaries of science and ethics with an astonishing twist on the dynamics of the father/son relationship.
This Young Vic Taking Part production plays at the Edinburgh Fringe festival for a strictly limited run..
Following his sensational A View from the Bridge, Ivo van Hove directs a new play by Simon Stephens (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time).
Rikki Henry, winner of the 2015 Genesis Future Directors Award directs August Strindberg’s thrillingly vicious play about jealousy and deception.
Marguerite Duras’ study of a damaged and passionate relationship receives its first London revival in two decades.
Romola Garai plays Isabella in this wickedly dark exploration of gender and justice from director Joe Hill-Gibbins.
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.
The astounding Belarus Free Theatre mark their 10th anniversary with an epic festival featuring 10 landmark productions over two weeks.
Carrie Cracknell and Lucy Guerin create a new version of Shakespeare’s supernatural tragedy, weaving powerful and unsettling choreography throughout the story.
Liz Stevenson, winner of the JMK Award 2015, directs this trilogy of gripping and timeless plays by Barrie Keeffe.
★★★★ "Brilliant, unflinching and very funny" Financial Times
Following a sold-out run and an Olivier Award, Clare Lizzimore’s riveting production of Mike Bartlett’s exhilarating play returns for a limited run.
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.
★★★★★ The Guardian. A fearless, unflinching portrait of one girl’s turbulent journey, based on the best-selling book by Eimear McBride.
Benedict Andrews' award-winning production of Tennessee Williams’ finest play transfers to New York for a strictly limited run.