There's more to London's theatres than the West End. 

London's Off-West End and Fringe ranges from established theatres in different parts of town from the West End, to dozens of small companies and venues, many in pubs, showcasing new talent: the fringe is the lifeblood of London's theatre scene.


Here a list of some of the openings: theatres are reopening from May 17th. Are you ready?


17 May: You are here (Southwark Playhouse), MT FEST UK (The Turbine Theatre), Footprints Festival (Jeremy Street Theatre), Harm (Bush Theatre), Amalgam (The Space Theatre),  Flight (Bridge Theatre)

18 May: AAAAA (The Lion & Unicorn Theatre), Saving Britney (Old Red Lion Theatre)

19 May: Herding Cats (Soho Theatre), Hamlet (Cockpit Theatre),  Six Artists in Search of a Play (Almeida Theatre)

20 May: At the bar (Ninth Life Catford)

21 May: Reasons You Should(n't) Love Me (Kiln Theatre)

23 May: Alice in Wonderland - Down the Rabbit Hole! (The Aeronaut)

25 May: No strings attached (King’s Head Theatre), I and the village (The Bread and Roses Theatre)

28 May: The Death of a Black Man (Hampstead Theatre)

01 June: Forever Plaid (Upstairs at the Gatehouse)

02 June: The Sun, The Moon, And The Stars (Theatre Royal Stratford East)

05 June: Theatre For Two (The CentrE17, Walthamstow)

15 June: White Sun (Camden’s People Theatre)

23 June: Bad Nights and Odd Days (Greenwich Theatre)

9 July: Changing Destiny (The Young Vic)

12 July: Love's Labour's Lost (Open Bar Theatre)

24 July:  The Last World Festival (The Roundhouse)

07 August: ReUnited (Crazy Coqs)