The Magistrate, Arthur Wing Pinero, Olivier, National Theatre, 3 January

The Firebird, Stravinsky / In the Night, Chopin / Raymonda Act III, Glazunov, Royal Opera House, 4 January

The Effect, Lucy Prebble, Cottesloe, National Theatre, 7 January

Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty, Tchaikovsky, Sadler’s Wells, 8 January

Thriller Live, Michael Jackson, The Jackson 5 and Adrian Grant, Lyric Theatre, 10 January

Stomp, Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, Ambassadors Theatre, 14 January

Goodnight Mister Tom, Michelle Magorian, adapted by David Wood, Phoenix Theatre, 15 January

The Lady from the Sea, Henrik Ibsen, Courtyard Theatre, 18 January

Lady Windermere’s Fan, Oscar Wilde, Bridewell Theatre, 19 January

The Rocky Horror Show, Richard O’Brien, New Wimbledon Theatre, 22 January

Blood Wedding, Federico García Lorca, New Diorama Theatre, 29 January

Old Times, Harold Pinter, Harold Pinter Theatre, 31 January

The Winter’s Tale, William Shakespeare, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 2 February

The Hollow, Agatha Christie, Compass Theatre, 5 February

Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare, Donmar Warehouse, 6 February

Great Expectations, Charles Dickens, adapted by Jo Clifford, Vaudeville Theatre, 11 February

Pericles, William Shakespeare, Drayton Arms Theatre, 12 February

The Turn of the Screw, Henry James, adapted by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, Almeida Theatre, 14 February

Salad Days, Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, Riverside Studios, 17 February

Tailor Made Man, Adam Meggido, Arts Theatre, 18 February

The Audience, Peter Morgan, Gielgud Theatre, 26 February

Dorothy in Oz, James Michael Shoberg, Waterloo East Theatre, 28 February

Laburnum Grove, J. B. Priestley, Finborough Theatre, 3 March

Cymbeline, William Shakespeare, Drayton Arms Theatre, 6 March

Longing, William Boyd (from Anton Chekhov), Hampstead Theatre, 11 March

Dear World, Jerry Herman, Charing Cross Theatre, 12 March

Far From the Madding Crowd, Thomas Hardy, adapted by Myriad Theatre, Barons Court Theatre, 13 March

Quartermaine’s Terms, Simon Gray, Wyndham’s Theatre, 18 March

Oedipus, Sophocles, Blue Elephant Theatre, 21 March

Daisy Pulls It Off, Denise Deegan, Upstairs at the Gatehouse, 22 March

The Suicide, Nikolai Erdman, The Space, 23 March

The Winslow Boy, Terence Rattigan, Old Vic, 26 March

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Christopher Wheeldon, Royal Opera House, 27 March

The Bodyguard, Lawrence Kasdan and Alexander Dinelaris, Adelphi Theatre, 6 April

The Idiot, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, adapted by Victor Sobchak, Theatre Collection at Lord Stanley Pub, 7 April

A Month In the Country, Ivan Turgenev, Theatro Technis, 8 April

The Firework-Maker’s Daughter, David Bruce, Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House, 9 April

Peter and Alice, John Logan, Nöel Coward Theatre, 10 April

Trelawny of the Wells, Arthur Wing Pinero, Donmar Warehouse, 11 April

Quasimodo, Lionel Bart, King’s Head Theatre, 12 April

Macbeth, William Shakespeare, Trafalgar Studios 1, 16 April

The Man of Destiny The Fascinating Foundling, Bernard Shaw, Pentameters Theatre, 17 April

Rope, Patrick Hamilton, Jack Studio Theatre, 18 April

Orpheus, Little Bulb Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre, 19 April

The Duke in Darkness, Patrick Hamilton, Tabard Theatre, 21 April

ALW: Unsung, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Leicester Square Theatre, 21 April

Doktor Glas, Hjalmar Söderberg, Wyndham’s Theatre, 22 April

The Tempest, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 23 April

Summerfolk, Maxim Gorky, Pleasance Theatre, 24 April

Platero: Travels With a Donkey, Juan Ramón Jiménez, Little Angel Theatre, 27 April

The Seagull, Anton Chekhov, Watford Palace Theatre, 27 April

Mister Holgado, Christopher William Hill, Unicorn Theatre, 28 April

Jane Eyre, Charlotte Brontë, adapted by Bryony J. Thompson, Rosemary Branch Theatre, 28 April

Children of the Sun, Maxim Gorky, Lyttelton, National Theatre, 30 April

My Perfect Mind, Kathryn Hunter, Paul Hunter and Edward Petherbridge, The Maria, Young Vic, 1 May

Passion Play, Peter Nichols, Duke of York’s Theatre, 6 May

Sleeping Arrangements, Chris Burgess, Landor Theatre, 7 May

Table, Tanya Ronder, The Shed, National Theatre, 8 May

Wicked, Stephen Schwartz and Winnie Holzman, Apollo Victoria Theatre, 9 May

The Idealist, Maria Kivinen, Tara Studios, 11 May

The Ghost Hunter, Stewart Pringle, Old Red Lion Theatre, 12 May

King Lear, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 13 May

Run For Your Wife, Ray Cooney, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, 14 May

The Knitting Circle, Julie McNamara, Albany Theatre, 15 May

Public Enemy, Henrik Ibsen, Young Vic, 16 May

Evita, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, New Wimbledon Theatre, 17 May

The Play That Goes Wrong, Mischief Theatre, Trafalgar Studios 2, 18 May

People Show 125: The Camera Show, ALRA South Theatre, 20 May

Phantom, Maury Yeston and Arthur Kopit, Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre, 21 May

The Bear, Angela Clerkin, Ovalhouse Theatre, 22 May

Not I, Samuel Beckett, Jerwood Theatre Downstairs, Royal Court Theatre, 23 May

Cats, T. S. Eliot, adapted by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sunderland Empire, 28 May

Dido, Queen of Carthage, Christopher Marlowe, Greenwich Theatre, 31 May

Larisa and the Merchants, Alexander Ostrovsky, Arcola Theatre, 1 June

Prometheus Bound, Aeschylus, White Bear Theatre, 1 June

Playing With Grownups, Hannah Patterson, Theatre503, 2 June

Less Than Kind, Terence Rattigan, Richmond Theatre, 3 June

Dances of Death, August Strindberg, Gate Theatre, 4 June

The Young Visiters, Daisy Ashford, Hen and Chickens Theatre, 5 June

Relatively Speaking, Alan Ayckbourn, Wyndham’s Theatre, 6 June

The Victorian In the Wall, Will Adamsdale, Jerwood Theatre Upstairs, Royal Court Theatre, 7 June

Sons Without Fathers [Platonov], Anton Chekhov, Arcola Theatre, 8 June

The Weir, Conor McPherson, Donmar Warehouse, 8 June

Some Like It Hip Hop, ZooNation Dance Company, Peacock Theatre, 9 June

You Left Me In the Dark, Spun Glass Theatre, The Last Refuge, 9 June

The Governess, Patrick Hamilton, Richmond Theatre, 10 June

Merrily We Roll Along, Stephen Sondheim, Harold Pinter Theatre, 11 June

A Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde, adapted by Rob Johnston, White Rabbit Theatre, 16 June

Viva Forever!, Spice Girls and Jennifer Saunders, Piccadilly Theatre, 17 June

Sweet Bird of Youth, Tennessee Williams, Old Vic, 18 June

The Alchemist, Ben Jonson, Rose Theatre, 19 June

Fifty Words, Michael Weller, Arcola Theatre, 20 June

Travels With My Aunt, Graham Greene, adapted by Giles Havergal, Menier Chocolate Factory, 21 June

The Taming of the Shrew, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 21 June

Paradise Lost, Fourth Monkey, Trinity Buoy Wharf, 22 June

Speak Easy Secrets, Julia K. Gleich, Broadway Barking, 22 June

Strange Interlude, Eugene O’Neill, Lyttelton, National Theatre, 24 June

Rutherford & Son, Githa Sowerby, St. James Theatre, 25 June

Four Farces, Wilton’s Music Hall, 26 June

Go Back For Murder, Agatha Christie, Richmond Theatre, 27 June

Love’s Labours Lost, William Shakespeare, Putney Arts Theatre, 28 June

Address Unknown, Kathrine Kressmann Taylor, Soho Theatre, 1 July

A Chorus Line, Marvin Hamlisch and Edward Kleban, London Palladium, 2 July

Endgame, Samuel Beckett, CLF Art Café, 3 July

Miss Nightingale: The Burlesque Musical, Matthew Bugg, Leicester Square Theatre, 4 July

The Generation Game Week 10: Unwinding Into the Windshield + Brave New World, The Yard Theatre, 5 July

The Paper Architect, Davy and Kristin McGuire, Leytonstone Library, 6 July

Othello, William Shakespeare, Olivier, National Theatre, 6 July

Relative Values, Nöel Coward, Richmond Theatre, 8 July

The Rover, Aphra Behn, Riverside Studios, 9 July

The Wonderful World Of Dissocia, Anthony Neilson, Red Hedgehog Theatre, 10 July

Bracken Moor, Alexi Kaye Campbell, Tricycle Theatre, 15 July

Responsible Other, Melanie Spencer, Hampstead Theatre Downstairs, 16 July

The Moment of Truth, Peter Ustinov, The Large, Southwark Playhouse, 18 July

The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart, David Greig, London Welsh Centre, 19 July

Crashed, Immercity, Lowerwood Court Car Park, 21 July

Anatomy of a Murder, Elihu Winer, 3SpaceHub Blackfriars, 22 July

Constance & Sinestra and The Cabinet of Screams, Action to the Word, Camden People’s Theatre, 23 July

The Hothouse, Harold Pinter, Trafalgar Studios, 24 July

Private Lives, Nöel Coward, Gielgud Theatre, 25 July

Alice in Wonderland, Matt Parvin after Lewis Carroll, Arcola Theatre, 26 July

Henry VI: Harry the Sixth, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 27 July

Henry VI: The Houses of York and Lancaster, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 27 July

Henry VI: The True Tragedy of the Duke of York, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 27 July

Words and Music, Nöel Coward, Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler’s Wells, 28 July

Farce Noir Presents… The Big Sheep, Canal Café Theatre, 28 July

Titanic, Maury Yeston, The Large, Southwark Playhouse, 29 July

The Color Purple, Brenda Russell et al, Menier Chocolate Factory, 30 July

Once: The Musical, Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová, Phoenix Theatre, 31 July

Circle Mirror Transformation, Annie Baker, Rose Lipman Building, 1 August

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, 3 August

Still Life / Red Peppers, Nöel Coward, Old Red Lion Theatre, 4 August

Death By Karaoke, Natalie Gray, The Camden Head, 4 August

The Book of Mormon, Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez, Prince of Wales Theatre, 5 August

Oliver Reed: Wild Thing, Mike Davis and Rob Crouch, St James Studio, 6 August

The Magic Flute, Mozart, Arcola Theatre (Grimeborn), 7 August

Skin Tight, Gary Henderson, Park Theatre, 8 August

After the Tempest, William Shakespeare, adapted by Teatro Vivo, Church House Gardens Bromley, 9 August

Elixir, Blood, Love and Rhetoric, Theatre Collection at Lord Stanley Pub, 10 August

Pipe Dream, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Union Theatre, 11 August

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 12 August

Forget Me Not, Shane Burke, Phoenix Artist Club, 13 August

The Cripple of Inishmaan, Martin McDonagh, Nöel Coward Theatre, 13 August

The Tragedy of Mariam, Elizabeth Cary, Tristan Bates Theatre, 14 August

West Side Story, Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim, Sadler’s Wells, 15 August

Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll, adapted by Iris Theatre, St Paul’s Church, 16 August

Deepover, Pitgems Creative Theatre Company, The Pirate Castle, 18 August

Chimerica, Lucy Kirkwood, Harold Pinter Theatre, 19 August

Rent, Jonathan Larson, Tabard Theatre, 20 August

The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable, Punchdrunk, Temple Studios, Paddington, 21 August

Thark, Ben Travers, Park Theatre, 22 August

Aquatic, San Tuo Qi, The Cockpit, 23 August

Thor of the Common Man, Zhao Miao, The Cockpit, 25 August

Dunsinane, David Greig, Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, 27 August

Fences, August Wilson, Duchess Theatre, 3 September

The Mikado, Gilbert & Sullivan, Hackney Empire, 4 September

The Bunker: Morgana and Agamemnon, James Wilkes, The Little, Southwark Playhouse, 5 September

Last Train From Holyhead, Bernard Field, Etcetera Theatre, 8 September

Hysteria, Terry Johnson, Hampstead Theatre, 9 September

Much Ado About Nothing, William Shakespeare, Old Vic, 10 September

Love, Lies, Lust, The Heather Brothers, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, 11 September

Blue Stockings, Jessica Swale, Shakespeare’s Globe, 12 September

Pope Joan, Louise Brealey, St James’s Church, 13 September

Titus Andronicus, William Shakespeare, Swan Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 14 September

Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, James Hyland, Leicester Square Theatre, 15 September

Afraid of The Dark, Anonymous, Charing Cross Theatre, 16 September

The Lightning Child, Ché Walker and Arthur Darvill, Shakespeare’s Globe, 18 September

Othello: The Remix, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Unicorn Theatre, 19 September

Sunstroke, Anton Chekhov and Ivan Bunin, Platform Theatre, 21 September

Justitia, Jasmin Vardimon Company, Peacock Theatre, 22 September

Summer Day’s Dream, J. B. Priestley, Finborough Theatre, 22 September

In the Jungle of Cities, Bertolt Brecht, Arcola Theatre, 23 September

Macbeth, William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Globe, 24 September

Sizwe Banzi is Dead, Athol Fugard, The Clare, Young Vic, 25 September

The Commitments, Roddy Doyle, Palace Theatre, 26 September

A Tale of Two Cities, Terence Rattigan and John Gielgud, Kings Head Theatre, 27 September

Holly Golightly, Abe Burrows and Bob Merrill, Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler’s Wells, 29 September

Opera Triple Bill: Master Peter’s Puppet Show, Angela, an Inverted Love Story and Renard, Third Hand, Rosemary Branch Theatre, 29 September

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Jim Cartwright, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, 30 September

Kolbe’s Gift, David Gooderson, Leicester Square Theatre, 1 October

The Herd, Rory Kinnear, Bush Theatre, 2 October

The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Bertolt Brecht, Duchess Theatre, 3 October

Barking In Essex, Clive Exton, Wyndhams Theatre, 4 October

Scenes From a Marriage, Ingmar Bergman, St James Theatre, 5 October

The Fu Manchu Complex, Daniel York, Ovalhouse Theatre, 5 October

Behind the Garden Wall, Farren Morgan, Courtyard Theatre (Studio), 6 October

Ghosts, Henrik Ibsen, Almeida Theatre, 7 October

Dirty Dancing, Eleanor Bergstein, Piccadilly Theatre, 8 October

The White Witch of Rose Hall, Simon James Collier, Broadway Theatre Catford (Studio), 9 October

The Pride, Alexi Kaye Campbell, Trafalgar Studios 1, 10 October

The Love Girl and the Innocent, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, The Large, Southwark Playhouse, 14 October

Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense, P.G. Wodehouse, adapted by The Goodale Brothers, Richmond Theatre, 15 October

The Light Princess, Tori Amos and Samuel Adamson, Lyttelton, National Theatre, 16 October

Edward II, Christopher Marlowe, Olivier, National Theatre, 17 October

HAG, The Wrong Crowd, Soho Theatre, 18 October

Titus Andronicus, William Shakespeare, Arcola Theatre, 19 October

People Show 121: Detective Show, People Show, Old Red Lion Theatre, 20 October

Macbeth, William Shakespeare, Little Angel Theatre, 20 October

The Government Inspector, Nikolai Gogol, Chickenshed Theatre, 21 October

From Here To Eternity, Stuart Brayson and Tim Rice, Shaftesbury Theatre, 22 October

Lady Inger, Henrik Ibsen, Barons Court Theatre, 23 October

Richard II, William Shakespeare, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 24 October

The Fantasist, Theatre Témoin, Tristan Bates Theatre, 29 October

Immigrants!, The Great Puppet Horn, Tristan Bates Theatre, 29 October

Deathtrap, Ira Levin, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, 30 October

Nosferatu, Bob Theatre, Unicorn Theatre, 31 October

NT: 50 Years on Stage, Olivier, National Theatre, 1 November

Macbeth of Fire and Ice, William Shakespeare, adapted by Jon Gun Thor, Arcola Theatre, 2 November

For Their Own Good, United Artists, Jackson’s Lane, 2 November

Alice, Metta Theatre, Victoria and Albert Museum, 3 November

Around the World, Cole Porter and Orson Welles, Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler’s Wells, 3 November

Mojo, Jez Butterworth, Harold Pinter Theatre, 4 November

Love Story, Howard Goodall and Stephen Clark, Jack Studio Theatre, 5 November

Don Quixote, Ludwig Minkus, Royal Opera House, 6 November

Guantanamo Boy, Anna Perera and Dominic Hingorani, Half Moon Theatre, 7 November

Bluebeard, Hattie Naylor, Soho Theatre, 8 November

Children of Fate, Juan Radrigán, CLF Art Café, 9 November

How Well You Know Me, Charlotte Perkins Gillman and Alice Gerstenberg, Hen and Chickens Theatre, 9 November

Olives and Blood, Michael Bradford, Brixton East, 10 November

The Island, Athol Fugard, The Clare, Young Vic, 11 November

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, William Shakespeare, Nöel Coward Theatre, 12 November

Tory Boyz, James Graham, Ambassadors Theatre, 13 November

The Scottsboro Boys, Kander & Ebb, Young Vic, 14 November

Wozzeck, Alban Berg, Royal Opera House, 15 November

The Curse Of Elizabeth Faulkner!, Tim Downie, Charing Cross Theatre, 15 November

In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play, Sarah Ruhl, St James Theatre, 16 November

The Merchant of Venice, William Shakespeare, Lost Theatre, 16 November

The Evacuee, Ian Breeds, Chelsea Theatre, 17 November

Keeler, Gill Adams, Charing Cross Theatre, 18 November

Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare, Ambassadors Theatre, 20 November

Prince of Denmark, Michael Lesslie, Ambassadors Theatre, 20 November

Romeo and Juliet, Sergei Prokofiev, Royal Opera House, 21 November

Woyzeck, Georg Büchner, Omnibus Clapham, 22 November

Chroma, Joby Talbot and The White Stripes / The Human Seasons, Greg Haines / The Rite Of Spring, Stravinsky, Royal Opera House, 23 November

Lizzie Siddal, Jeremy Green, Arcola Theatre, 25 November

The Anatomy of Melancholy, Stan’s Café, Ovalhouse Theatre, 26 November

The White Carnation, R. C. Sherriff, Finborough Theatre, 27 November

Dickens Abridged, Adam Long, Arts Theatre, 28 November

Honoria and Mammon, James Shirley, The Poets Church, 30 November

The Unfortunate Mother, Thomas Nabbes, The Poets Church, 30 November

Bussy D’Ambois, George Chapman, The Poets Church, 30 November

The Giant of Earlswood, Drama St. Mary’s, Normansfield Theatre, 1 December

On Common Ground, The Crick Crack Club, Soho Upstairs, 2 December

Emil and the Detectives, Erich Kästner, adapted by Carl Miller, Olivier, National Theatre, 3 December

The Nutcracker, Tchaikovsky, Royal Opera House, 4 December

A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens, adapted by Andrew Cleaver, Barons Court Theatre, 5 December

The Thinking Drinker’s Guide To Alcohol, Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham, Soho Downstairs, 9 December

Let The Right One In, John Ajvide Lindqvist, adapted by Jack Thorne, Royal Court Theatre, 10 December

The Last March, Tinder Theatre, The Little, Southwark Playhouse, 11 December

The Little Mermaid, David Shopland and Callum Hughes, Riverside Studios, 12 December

A Merry Christmas Cabaret, The Delfont Room, Prince of Wales Theatre, 12 December

Meet Me In St. Louis, Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane, Landor Theatre, 14 December

Season’s Greetings, Alan Ayckbourn, Union Theatre, 14 December

Hansel & Gretel, Engelbert Humperdinck, CLF Art Café, 15 December

Toynbee: Fragments of Other Lives & Times, Geraldine Pilgrim, Toynbee Hall & Studios, 15 December

The El Train, Eugene O’Neill, Hoxton Hall, 15 December

Drawing the Line, Howard Brenton, Hampstead Theatre, 16 December

Peter Pan Goes Wrong, J.M. Barrie, adapted by Mischief Theatre, Pleasance Theatre, 17 December

The Mystery of Irma Vep: A Penny Dreadful, Charles Ludlam, Jack Studio Theatre, 19 December

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