2011

After Troy, The Shaw Theatre, 28 March

The Cherry Orchard, Anton Chekhov, Olivier, National Theatre, 19 May

Cause Celebre, Terence Rattigan, Old Vic, 21 May

As You Like It, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 22 May

Pygmalion, George Bernard Shaw, Garrick Theatre, 26 May

Rocket to the Moon, Clifford Odets, Lyttelton, National Theatre, 28 May

All’s Well That Ends Well, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 29 May

The 39 Steps, Criterion Theatre, 30 May

Blithe Spirit, Noël Coward, Apollo Theatre, 9 June

Ghost Stories, Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman, Duke of York’s Theatre, 10 June

Flare Path, Terence Rattigan, Theatre Royal Haymarket, 11 June

The Government Inspector, Nikolai Gogol, Young Vic, 14 June

Betrayal, Harold Pinter, The Comedy Theatre, 15 June

The Beggar’s Opera, John Gay, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, 23 June

Richard III, William Shakespeare, Old Vic, 26 June

Cymbeline, William Shakespeare, Tabard Theatre, 29 June

The Railway Children, Waterloo Station Theatre, 30 June

Love Never Dies, Adelphi Theatre, 1 July

Emperor and Galilean, Henrik Ibsen, Olivier, National Theatre, 5 July

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Tom Stoppard, Theatre Royal Haymarket, 7 July

Hamlet, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 9 July

Much Ado About Nothing, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 14 July

Doctor Faustus, Christopher Marlowe, Shakespeare’s Globe, 21 July

Much Ado About Nothing, William Shakespeare, Wyndham’s Theatre, 4 August

Anne Boleyn, Howard Brenton, Shakespeare’s Globe, 9 August

Journey’s End, R.C. Sherriff, Duke of York’s Theatre, 15 August

South Pacific, The Barbican, 22 August

Betty Blue Eyes, Novello Theatre, 25 August

Chicago, Cambridge Theatre, 27 August

Shakespeare’s Globe Mysteries, Tony Harrison, Shakespeare’s Globe, 29 August

Dreamboats and Petticoats, Playhouse Theatre, 31 August

Billy Elliot, Victoria Palace Theatre, 3 September

Betwixt!, Trafalgar Studios 2, 6 September

A Woman Killed With Kindness, Thomas Heywood, Lyttelton, National Theatre, 8 September

Million Dollar Quartet, Noël Coward Theatre, 13 September

The Tempest, William Shakespeare, Theatre Royal Haymarket, 15 September

Yes, Prime Minister, Jonathan Lynn and Antony Jay, Gielgud Theatre, 20 September

Ghost: The Musical, Piccadilly Theatre, 1 October

The Phantom of the Opera, 25th Anniversary Performance at the Royal Albert Hall, 2 October

Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, The Palace Theatre, 11 October

Cool Hand Luke, Aldwych Theatre, 20 October

Crazy For You, Novello Theatre, 10 November

Death and the Maiden, Ariel Dorfman, Harold Pinter Theatre, 11 November

Broken Glass, Arthur Miller, Vaudeville Theatre, 15 November

Hamlet, William Shakespeare, Young Vic, 17 November

The Veil, Conor McPherson, Lyttelton, National Theatre, 19 November

The Sleeping Beauty, Tchaikovsky, Royal Opera House, 21 November

Juno and the Paycock, Sean O’Casey, Lyttelton, National Theatre, 22 November

Driving Miss Daisy, Alfred Uhry, Wyndham’s Theatre, 24 November

The Comedy of Errors, William Shakespeare, Olivier, National Theatre, 30 November

The Phantom of the Opera, Her Majesty’s Theatre, 8 December

Swallows and Amazons, Vaudeville Theatre, 15 December

Legally Blonde, Sunderland Empire, 23 December

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