CRY HAVOC – Park Theatre
The European Premiere of this play written by Tom Coash: a love story between a spirited young Egyptian and an idealistic British writer.
It explores the relationship between the Western world and the Islamic Middle East through the eyes of two people asking if love can bridge even the widest cultural divide.
It runs 27 March - 20 April
WHITNEY QUEEN OF THE NIGHT – Savoy Theatre
Who doesn't love some Whitney? Elesha Paul Moses (Whitney – Queen Of The Night tour, What’s Love Got To Do With It?, The Voice, The X Factor) is in this show, supported by a live band.
The production will make its West End debut in front of a full house at the Savoy on Sunday March 24, with other two dates announced for Sunday, June 2 and Sunday July 7.
BETRAYAL – The Harold Pinter Theatre
Golden Globe and Olivier Award winner Tom Hiddleston stars in the Jamie Lloyd Company’s revival of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal, opening at London’s Harold Pinter Theatre for a strictly limited 12 week season from 5 March 2019.
CIRCA - Old Red Lion Theatre
It’s the twenty-first century and being gay is supposed to be more integrated than ever. But what happens when marriage, parenthood and commitment are framed within a world where sexual freedom is readily available. What does it mean to be in a gay relationship in the modern age and why are so many gay men still lonely?
The London debut of Tom Ratcliffe’s (see our interview here). Circa runs 5-30 March
WAITRESS – Adelphi Theatre
This Broadway hit tells the story of Jenna Hunterson, a waitress who is in an unhappy marriage to her husband Earl. When she unexpectedly discovers she is pregnant, she starts an affair with her and begins to look for ways out of her an abusive relationship. With such a terrific cast and we expect nothing but the best! -
Tickets from £ 23 here
As always, check our reviews and enjoy another month of great theatre!