2015

The Grand Tour, Jerry Herman, Finborough Theatre, 2 January

Made in Dagenham, David Arnold and Richard Thomas, Adelphi Theatre, 3 January

Fear in a Handful of Dust, Sevan K Greene, COG ARTSpace, 6 January

Widowers’ Houses, Bernard Shaw, Orange Tree Theatre, 7 January

Just Like That! The Tommy Cooper Show, John Hewer, Museum of Comedy, 8 January

Kate, Agnes Þorkelsdóttir Wild, Pleasance Theatre (Studio), 11 January

The 39 Steps, Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon, rewritten by Patrick Barlow, Criterion Theatre, 14 January

Espresso, Lucia Frangione, Matthews Yard, 15 January

The Wiz, Charlie Smalls, Broadway Theatre Catford (Studio), 16 January

The Likes of Us, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, 17 January

Tatterdemalion, Flabbergast Theatre, Camden People’s Theatre, 17 January

King Lear, William Shakespeare, Holy Trinity Church Guildford (GSC), 19 January

No Way Out (Huis Clos), Jean-Paul Sartre, Putney Arts Theatre (Studio), 20 January

The Miserly Knight, Rachmaninoff, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, 21 January

Orfeo, Claudio Monteverdi, The Roundhouse, 23 January

Honk! The Ugly Duckling Musical, Stiles & Drewe, The Concorde Centre, 24 January

Shaw’s Women: Village Wooing/How He Lied to Her Husband, Bernard Shaw, Tristan Bates Theatre, 25 January

A Little Night Music, Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler, Palace Theatre, 26 January

Equus, Peter Schaffer, Hampton Hill Playhouse, 27 January

The Thinking Drinker’s Guide to the Legends of Liquor, Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham, Soho Downstairs, 28 January

Anything Goes, Cole Porter, New Wimbledon Theatre, 29 January

The Man Who Left the Titanic, Patrick Prior, Brookside Theatre, Romford, 31 January

Shackleton’s Carpenter, Gail Louw, Fairfield Halls Studio, Croydon, 31 January

The Changeling, Middleton and Rowley, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, 1 February

Deadly Murder, David Foley, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, 2 February

Romeo & Rosaline, Sharon Jennings, Bread & Roses Theatre, 3 February

Celebrating 150 Years of Sibelius and Nielsen, Fenella Humphreys and Nicola Eimer, Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, 4 February

City of Angels, Cy Coleman and David Zippel, Donmar Warehouse, 5 February

Sweet Charity, Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields, Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre (RADA), 6 February

The Shoemaker’s Holiday, Thomas Dekker, Swan Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 7 February

A First Class Death, Baseless Fabric Theatre, The Vaults Theatre, 8 February

The Nether, Jennifer Haley, Duke of York’s Theatre, 10 February

Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, 11 February

Doña Rosita the Spinster, Federico García Lorca, Cockpit Theatre, 14 February

Time and the Conways, J. B. Priestley, Abbey Theatre, St. Albans, 14 February

Man: Summer at the Lake, Auto-Da-Fé, The Strangest Kind of Romance, Tennessee Williams, The Clare, Young Vic, 16 February

Major Barbara, Bernard Shaw, Theatro Technis, 17 February

Eugene Onegin, Moscow Vakhtangov Theatre, Barbican Theatre, 18 February

Der fliegende Holländer (The Flying Dutchman), Richard Wagner, Royal Opera House, 20 February

Ionesco Double Bill: The Bald Prima Donna (The Bald Soprano) and Jacques (The Submission), Eugène Ionesco, Network Theatre, 21 February

Man and Superman, Bernard Shaw, Lyttelton, National Theatre, 23 February

Ralph Roister Doister, Nicholas Udall, Bread & Roses Theatre, 25 February

Bathhouse: The Musical, Tim Evanicki and Esther Daack, Above the Stag Theatre, 26 February

Yarico, James McConnell and Carl Miller, London Theatre Workshop, 27 February

Little Light, Alice Birch, Orange Tree Theatre, 28 February

Read Not Dead: The Troublesome Reign of King John of England, George Peele, Inner Temple Hall, 1 March

Arcadia, Tom Stoppard, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, 2 March

Telescope, Elchin, Testbed1, 3 March

Taken At Midnight, Mark Hayhurst, Theatre Royal Haymarket, 4 March

The Rise and Shine of Comrade Fiasco, Andrew Whaley, Gate Theatre, 5 March

Jekyll and Hyde, Jo Clifford, Hounslow Arts Centre, 6 March

Boeing Boeing, Marc Camoletti, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, 9 March

The Producers, Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, Churchill Theatre Bromley, 10 March

Dead Simple, Peter James, adapted by Shaun McKenna, Richmond Theatre, 11 March

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, David Yazbek and Jeffrey Lane, Playhouse Theatre, 12 March

Treasure Island, Robert Louis Stevenson, adapted by Bryony Lavery, Olivier, National Theatre, 16 March

Tamburlaine the Great Part I, Christopher Marlowe, Jackson’s Lane, 17 March

Tamburlaine the Great Part II, Christopher Marlowe, Jackson’s Lane, 18 March

The Vampire and Mrs Riley, Patrick Prior, Colour House Theatre, 19 March

Fear and Misery of the Third Reich, Bertolt Brecht, Questors Theatre (Studio), 20 March

The Business of Murder, Richard Harris, Beck Theatre, Hayes, 21 March

Closer, Patrick Marber, Donmar Warehouse, 23 March

Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny, Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill, Royal Opera House, 24 March

Rachmaninoff’s First Piano Concerto, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, 25 March

A Chaste Maid in Cheapside, Thomas Middleton, Rose Theatre, 26 March

Oppenheimer, Tom Morton-Smith, Vaudeville Theatre, 27 March

Copacabana, Barry Manilow, Questors Theatre, 28 March

The Chair, Lewis Gibson, Unicorn Theatre, 28 March

The Sound of Music, Rodgers & Hammerstein, New Wimbledon Theatre, 30 March

Insights: The Royal Ballet in Rehearsal, Clore Studio Upstairs, Royal Opera House, 31 March

Harvey, Mary Chase, Theatre Royal Haymarket, 1 April

The Father, August Strindberg, Trafalgar Studios 2, 7 April

Creditors, August Strindberg, adapted by Neil Smith, Jack Studio Theatre, 8 April

An Ideal Husband, Oscar Wilde, Theatro Technis, 9 April

Act Without Words I, Catastrophe, Rough For Theatre II, Samuel Beckett, Old Red Lion Theatre, 12 April

The Broken Heart, John Ford, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, 14 April

Two, Jim Cartwright, Arts Theatre Upstairs, 15 April

Farfetched Fables, Bernard Shaw, Pentameters Theatre, 16 April

Blitz!, Lionel Bart, Bob Hope Theatre, 17 April

The Feast at Solhaug, Henrik Ibsen, Barons Court Theatre, 18 April

Rarely Played Lecture: The Faithful Friends, Sackler Studios, Shakespeare’s Globe, 19 April

Read Not Dead: The Faithful Friends, Sackler Studios, Shakespeare’s Globe, 19 April

Veronica’s Room, Ira Levin, Pump House Theatre, Watford, 20 April

La Fille mal gardée, Ferdinand Hérold, Royal Opera House, 21 April

Bugsy Malone, Alan Parker, Lyric Hammersmith, 22 April

Witness for the Prosecution, Agatha Christie, Croydon Clocktower, 23 April

Half a Sixpence, David Heneker, Winston Churchill Theatre, 24 April

Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 25 April

Follies in Concert, Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman, Royal Albert Hall, 28 April

Saturday Night, Stephen Sondheim, Watermans Centre, 29 April

A Mad World My Masters, Thomas Middleton, Barbican Theatre, 30 April

By Jeeves, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Alan Ayckbourn, Kenneth More Theatre, 30 April

Sunny Afternoon, Ray Davies, Harold Pinter Theatre, 11 May

The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Charles Hart, Her Majesty’s Theatre, 12 May

When We Dead Awaken, Henrik Ibsen, The Space, 13 May

Matchbox Theatre, Michael Frayn, Hampstead Theatre, 14 May

Noises Off, Michael Frayn, Abbey Theatre, St. Albans, 15 May

The Merchant of Venice, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 17 May

High Society, Cole Porter, Old Vic, 18 May

Carrie: The Musical, Michael Gore, The Large, Southwark Playhouse, 19 May

As You Like It, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 20 May

Nirbhaya, Yaël Farber, Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, 21 May

Jerusalem, Jez Butterworth, Lost Theatre, 22 May

Monsters, Niklas Rådström, Platform Theatre, 23 May

The Wolf Man, Eddie Howell, Platform Theatre, 23 May

Seriously Funny – Kenneth Williams & Tony Hancock, Iain Barton and Wink Taylor, Museum of Comedy, 24 May

The Children’s Hour, Lillian Hellman, Chestnut Grove School Theatre, 27 May

And Then There Were None, Agatha Christie, Richmond Theatre, 28 May

I, Myself and Me, Rachael Young, Ovalhouse Theatre, 29 May

Love’s Sacrifice, John Ford, Swan Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 30 May

The House of Bernarda Alba, Federico García Lorca, Courtyard Theatre, 31 May

King John, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 1 June

Hannah Sullivan / Nic Green, The Place, 2 June

Bend It Like Beckham, Howard Goodall and Charles Hart, Phoenix Theatre, 3 June

Scotch and Soda, Company 2 and the Crusty Suitcase Band, Spiegeltent, London Wonderground, 4 June

Shock Treatment, Richard O’Brien, King’s Head Theatre, 4 June

The Jew of Malta, Christopher Marlowe, Swan Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 6 June

Lessness, Samuel Beckett, Frobisher Auditorium 2, Barbican, 8 June

Waiting for Godot, Samuel Beckett, Barbican Theatre, 8 June

Face the Music, Irving Berlin, Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre, 9 June

The Harvest, Pavel Pryazhko, Soho Theatre, 10 June

Don Juan Comes Back From the War, Ödön von Horváth / The Public, Federico García Lorca, Jackson’s Lane, 11 June

Oklahoma!, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Orchard Theatre, Dartford, 12 June

Spend Spend Spend, Steve Brown and Justin Greene, Stratford Circus, 13 June

American Buffalo, David Mamet, Wyndham’s Theatre, 15 June

Heartbreak Hotel, The Jetty, 16 June

Rough For Theatre I / Act Without Words II, Samuel Beckett, Barbican, 17 June

The Two Noble Kinsmen, William Shakespeare, White Bear Theatre, 18 June

Krapps Last Tape, Samuel Beckett, Barbican Theatre, 19 June

The Merchant of Venice, William Shakespeare, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 20 June

Don Giovanni, Mozart, Royal Opera House, 22 June

Constellations, Nick Payne, Richmond Theatre, 23 June

Stories Told, Lund Theatre, 24 June

Oresteia, Aeschylus, Almeida Theatre, 25 June

Greywing House, Mary Beth Morossa, The Spread Eagle Theatre, 26 June

The Baker’s Wife, Stephen Schwartz, Drayton Theatre, 27 June

The Elephant Man, Bernard Pomerance, Theatre Royal Haymarket, 29 June

One Arm, Tennessee Williams, The Little, Southwark Playhouse, 1 July

Measure for Measure, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 2 July

Lungs, Duncan Macmillan, Roundabout, Southbank Centre, 5 July

Falstaff, Verdi, Royal Opera House, 6 July

The Low Road, Bruce Norris, Greenwood Theatre, 7 July

I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, Joe DiPietro and Jimmy Roberts, LAMDA Linbury Studio, 8 July

Naked Not Nude, Anthony Clark, LAMDA Linbury Studio, 9 July

“But A Dream” – When Alice Met Chekhov, Sovereign Arts, Garden Museum, 11 July

The Mentalists, Richard Bean, Wyndham’s Theatre, 11 July

Golem, Richard Waring, Conway Hall, 12 July

The Young Idea, Noël Coward, Questors Theatre, 14 July

A Land Without People, Brian Rotman, Courtyard Theatre, 15 July

The Initiate, Alexandra Wood, Roundabout, Southbank Centre, 16 July

The Diver, Craft Theatre, The Rag Factory, 19 July

Idiots, Caligula’s Alibi, Pleasance Theatre, 20 July

Alice’s Adventures Underground, Les Enfants Terribles, The Vaults, 23 July

Miss Johnson, Amanda Whittington, Webber Douglas Studio, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, 25 July

The Heresy of Love, Helen Edmundson, Shakespeare’s Globe, 31 July

Calamity Jane, Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster, Richmond Theatre, 5 August

Wot? No Fish!!, Danny Braverman, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, 7 August

Volpone, Ben Jonson, Swan Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 8 August

Othello, William Shakespeare, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 8 August

Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare, The Dell, Stratford upon Avon, 9 August

Grand Hotel, George Forrest, Robert Wright and Maury Yeston, The Large, Southwark Playhouse, 10 August

The Playboy of the Western World, J. M. Synge, The Little, Southwark Playhouse, 13 August

King Lear with Sheep, William Shakespeare, adapted by Missouri Williams, Courtyard Theatre, 15 August

Three Irish Classics: Riders to the Sea, J. M. Synge; The Pot of Broth, W. B. Yeats; The Travelling Man, Lady Gregory, Pentameters Theatre, 18 August

Lady Anna: All At Sea, Craig Baxter, Park Theatre, 19 August

A Naughty Night with Noël Coward: We Were Dancing / The Better Half, Noël Coward, Old Red Lion Theatre, 21 August

Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens, Upstairs at the Gatehouse, 22 August

Bakkhai, Euripides, Almeida Theatre, 27 August

Everyman, Olivier, National Theatre, 29 August

The Beaux’ Stratagem, George Farquhar, Olivier, National Theatre, 2 September

The Man Who Had All the Luck, Arthur Miller, King’s Head Theatre, 3 September

Beautiful – The Carole King Musical, Carole King and Douglas McGrath, Aldwych Theatre, 7 September

Parade, Jason Robert Brown, London Theatre Workshop, 8 September

Filumena, Eduardo de Filippo, Drayton Arms Theatre, 11 September

Thoroughly Modern Millie, Jeanine Tesori and Dick Scanlan, Landor Theatre, 12 September

The Sting, Wilton’s Music Hall, 14 September

tick tick… BOOM!, Jonathan Larson, Bridewell Theatre, 15 September

Side by Side by Sondheim, Stephen Sondheim, Jack Studio Theatre, 16 September

Katya Sourikova Album Launch: Queen Maud Land, The Forge, 17 September

Mr Foote’s Other Leg, Ian Kelly, Hampstead Theatre, 18 September

F*ck the Polar Bears, Tanya Ronder, Bush Theatre, 19 September

Photograph 51, Anna Ziegler, Noël Coward Theatre, 21 September

Jane Wenham: The Witch of Walkern, Rebecca Lenkiewicz, Watford Palace Theatre, 23 September

Krapp’s Last Tape, Samuel Beckett, Broadway Barking, 24 September

Oresteia, Aeschylus, Shakespeare’s Globe, 25 September

Hamlet, William Shakespeare, Barbican Theatre, 26 September

Farinelli and the King, Claire van Kampen, Duke of York’s Theatre, 28 September

Gypsy, Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim, Savoy Theatre, 29 September

Fairyland: The Musical, Peter Frow, Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking, 30 September

Arms and the Man, Bernard Shaw, Questors Theatre, 1 October

Duology, Chantry Dance Company, Tramshed, 2 October

Northern Lights Symphony Orchestra: Sibelius and Beethoven, LSO St Luke’s, 3 October

Measure for Measure, William Shakespeare, Young Vic, 6 October

Hecuba, Marina Carr, Swan Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 7 October

Rhinoceros, Eugène Ionesco, Questors Theatre (Studio), 8 October

French Without Tears, Terence Rattigan, Orange Tree Theatre, 9 October

The Cocktail Party, T. S. Eliot, The Print Room, 10 October

The Emperor Jones, Eugene O’Neill, LOST Theatre, 10 October

Nell Gwynn, Jessica Swale, Shakespeare’s Globe, 11 October

Richard II, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 11 October

A Woman of No Importance, Oscar Wilde, Theatro Technis, 12 October

The First Man, Eugene O’Neill, Jermyn Street Theatre, 13 October

Leader of the Pack: The Ellie Greenwich Musical, Waterloo East Theatre, 14 October

Encounter, Phil Wilmott, Above the Stag Theatre, 15 October

The Secret Rapture, David Hare, Milton Court Studio, 16 October

Barbarians, Barrie Keeffe, Found111, 17 October

You Can’t Buy Pyramid Teabags in Egypt, Jeremy O’Donnell, Cutty Sark Studio Theatre, 17 October

Henry VIII; or All Is True, William Shakespeare, The Nightingale Room, The Grand Central, Brighton, 18 October

Jazz Small Bands, Silk Street Lecture Recital Room, 19 October

Music from the dark side, Milton Court Concert Hall, 19 October

The Hairy Ape, Eugene O’Neill, Old Vic, 20 October

Mephisto, Klaus Mann and Ariane Mnouchkine, Milton Court Theatre, 21 October

Henry V, William Shakespeare, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 22 October

I Can’t Imagine Tomorrow / Something Unspoken, Tennessee Williams, Pentameters Theatre, 23 October

Nelson: The Sailor’s Story, Nicholas Collett, Cutty Sark Studio Theatre, 24 October

Memphis, David Bryan and Joe DiPietro, Shaftesbury Theatre, 27 October

This Happy Breed, Noël Coward, Hampton Hill Theatre, 28 October

Fog, Eugene O’Neill, Jermyn Street Theatre, 29 October

The Crick Crack Club Presents The Day of the Dead, Rich Mix, 29 October

The Devil Rides Back, Streatham Hill Theatre, 30 October

Beasty Baby, Theatre-Rites, Adventure Theatre, Polka Theatre, 31 October

William Shakespeare’s Land of the Dead, John Heimbuch, Chestnut Grove School Theatre, 31 October

The Tragedian, Glen Wilson, Rich Mix, 1 November

Medea, Euripides, Almeida Theatre, 9 November

Annie, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, New Wimbledon Theatre, 1o November

In My Head, Chris Mayo, The Proud Archivist, 12 November

Playhouse Creatures, April de Angelis, The Maltings Theatre, St Albans, 13 November

Last Night A DJ Saved My Life, Jon Conway, IndigO2, 15 November

The Homecoming, Harold Pinter, Trafalgar Studios 1, 16 November

The Father, Florian Zeller, Wyndham’s Theatre, 17 November

Vampire Hospital Waiting Room, Arts Theatre, 17 November

Helmer Hardcore, Jakob Weis, Rose Lipman Building, 18 November

Bells Are Ringing, Jule Styne, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, Arts Educational Schools London, 19 November

Little Eyolf, Henrik Ibsen, Almeida Theatre, 19 November

The Haunters, Patrick Prior, The Mill Studio, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, 21 November

The Injur’d Princess, or The Fatal Wager, Thomas d’Urfey, Sackler Studios, Shakespeare’s Globe, 22 November

Swan Lake II: Dark Waters, PanicLab, Chelsea Theatre, 24 November

RPO – Sibelius, Beethoven & Dvořák, Fairfield Concert Hall, 25 November

Medea, Kate Mulvany, Gate Theatre, 26 November

Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen, adapted by Jane Mayfield, Hampstead Parish Church, 26 November

The Wild At Heart: Three Short Plays: A Perfect Analysis Given By a Parrot, Hello From Bertha, Portrait of a Madonna, Tennessee Williams, Hornsey Town Hall, 27 November

Raymond Briggs’ Father Christmas, Lyric Hammersmith, 28 November

Kuli-Kula, Nobuhiro Mouri, Stratford Circus, 28 November

Burning Books, Jess Green & The Mischief Thieves, Rich Mix, 28 November

Russian Connections – Joy and James Lisney, King’s Place, 30 November

The Knight From Nowhere, Andrew Shepherd / The Bells, Leopold Lewis, Park Theatre, 1 December

Ubu Ensemble, Silk Street Music Hall, 2 December

Electric, Andrew Day, Rio Cinema, Dalston, 2 December

Ivanov, Anton Chekhov, Webber Douglas Studio, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, 4 December

Love for Love, William Congreve, Swan Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 5 December

Macbeth, William Shakespeare, Young Vic, 7 December

No Villain, Arthur Miller, Old Red Lion Theatre, 8 December

Queen Anne, Helen Edmundson, Swan Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 9 December

The Haunting, Hugh Janes, Jack Studio Theatre, 1o December

Pine, Jacqui Honess-Martin, Hampstead Theatre, 14 December

Harlequinade / All On Her Own, Terence Rattigan, Garrick Theatre, 15 December

Winter Tales, Level 5 Function Room, Southbank Centre, 16 December

A Different Way Home, Jimmie Chinn, Edward Alderton Theatre, 17 December

Miracle on 34th Street, Meredith Willson, Watford Colosseum, 21 December

The Winter’s Tale, William Shakespeare, Garrick Theatre, 31 December

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