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Preview: Shadows at The Coronet Theatre

Preview: Written by multi-award-winning Norwegian playwright Jon Fosse, Shadows blends video, sound and live performance to create an electric experience

Preview: The Last Act of Harry Houdini at The Cockpit Theatre

Preview: The man who brought us Mr Blobby now seeks redemption by bringing his own, highly acclaimed one man show The Last Act of Harry Houdini to London

Preview: I, Am Dram at Camden People’s Theatre

Preview: I, AmDram returns to Camden People’s Theatre by popular demand following a well received run at the Pleasance Courtyard during the Edinburgh Fringe.

Preview: The Prince and The Pauper at Watermill Theatre

The Watermill Theatre’s Christmas show, The Prince and The Pauper is a lively new adaptation by Chinonyerem Odimba of Mark Twain’s classic story of confused identities with music and lyrics by Tarek Merchant

Preview: A Christmas Carol at ImmersiveLDN

Olivier Award Winning Producers Hartshorn - Hook Productions team up with Flavourology, , to create a heart-warming, foot-stomping immersive production of A Christmas Carol

Preview: Easy at Blue Elephant Theatre

Preview: Easy at Blue Elephant Theatre is an intimate new play about sex, social media, and teenage insecurity

Preview: Crisis? What Crisis? At The Colab Factory

Taking audiences back to 1979 when Britain was on the brink of political collapse, Parabolic Theatre’s thrilling live-action board game Crisis? What Crisis? comes to The Colab Factory this autumn

Preview: The Seagull at The Cockpit

Ithaca Productions in association with London's most authentic acting studio Be The Actor Within presents a modern day psychological interpretation of Chekhov's classic play, The Seagull

Preview: Letters at The Poetry Café

Returning to London after the “absorbing and provocative” Version 2.0, Kashyap Raja's new play Letters comes to the Poetry Cafe for a short run in October 2019

Preview: Lucy Hutson’s BOUND at Camden People’s Theatre

Preview: A lifelong project, Lucy Hutson’s BOUND weaves together performance and autobiographical film documentation

Preview: Right Left With Heels Part of Voila Europe! at The Cockpit

Preview: Right Left With Heels part of Voila Europe, a pair of shoes, custom-made for Magda Goebbels. But the Nazi utopia was never realised, so what happens to them next?

Preview: Dutchman at The Tristan Bates Theatre

Preview: Drawing tense parallels between Black Lives Matter and the Civil Rights Movement, Amiri Baraka’s Dutchman asks how much change, if any, has occurred?

Preview: Murder on the Dancefloor at The Pleasance

Young Pleasance graduates, Spies Like Us, bring their first original work, Murder on the Dancefloor, to the Pleasance Theatre this October fresh from a critically acclaimed Edinburgh run.

Preview: WOMEN IN WAR at Camden People’s Theatre

Preview: Seen through the eyes of Lottie, a nurse close to the frontline during WW1 Women in War captures some of the real-life women whom served as nurses and ambulance drivers over the course of one eventful night.

Preview: Zeus On The Loose With Vicky Vox

Returning to London after a sell-out run at the Camden Fringe, Zeus On The Loose is a wild and wanton take on some of the most famous tales from ancient Greek mythology starring Vicky Vox

Preview: Captain Breadbeard’s Bready Brilliant Comedy Cookbook at Camden People’s Theatre

Preview: Captain Breadbeard’s Bready Brilliant Comedy Cookbook at Camden People's theatre is a surreal 2-handed comedy sketch show. This fast-paced, pun-tastic, family-friendly, bready-brilliant absurd comedy show is performed by two family members