London’s Top Current Productions

  
London's Top Current Productions
theatres at london1) The Book of Mormom: is a religious satire written by South Parks' creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, and Avenue Q's co-writer and co-composer Robert Lopez. It tells the story of two Mormon missionaries who move to a dangerous region in Uganda to spread's God's word. The musical opened on Broadway in March 2011 and has been acclaimed by both critics and audiences. The production has received numerous theatre awards including nine Tony Awards, one of which was for Best Musical, and the Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album. It is now playing in London at Prince of Wales Theatre and runs until 11 January 2014. It is a must-see production full of life, with hilarious scenes,
2) Mies Julie: is an explosively sexual adaptation of August Strindberg's “Miss Julie” in the remote, black beauty of the Easter Cape Karoo. The production is set in post-apartheid South Africa and tells the story of love, lust and social tension. It runs in Riverside Studios until May 19.
3) Old Times: a revival of Harold Pinter's 1971 play Old Times, directed by Ian Rickson. Kristin Scott Thomas, Lia Willians and Rufus Sewell star in the production, which runs in Harold Pinter Theatre until April 6.
4) The Man Who Plays the Piper: GB Stern's 1931 play tells the story of 18-year old Daryll Fairley, who announces her determination to be financially independent. A decade passes by and Daryll has the power to vote, a thriving creative business, a faithful boyfriend, yet she wonders if she is satisfied with her life. A play that tells about female liberation. It runs in Orange Tree Theatre until April 13.
5) Macbeth: BAFTA winning and Olivier and Golden Globe nominated actor James McAvoy stars in Macbeth, Jamie Lloyd's post-apocalyptic production. It plays in Trafalgar Studies until April 27.
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