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Preview: The Greatest Love of All: The Whitney Houston Show

Belinda Davids and her critically acclaimed The Greatest Love of All: The Whitney Houston Show is to return to the UK for a 25-date national tour

Preview: Love, Labour & Loss at Above The Arts

Serenade London announce Love, Labour & Loss, a Shakespearean Musical Revue Above The Arts

Preview: Billy Lykken Sacred Monster

From New York City’s alt-cabaret scene, Billy Lykken brings his eclectic brand of comedy and outrageous parody as well as his interpretations of songs ranging from Broadway

Preview: Rick Skye is Liza Live in Concert

London is about to dazzle in Summer with sequins as Rick Skye brings his award winning Liza show to London. See the show at Zedel in London.

Preview: The Outsider at Print Room at The Coronet

#Preview The Print Room at The Coronet presents a new commission, the first major UK stage dramatisation of Albert Camus’ masterpiece The Outsider, adapted by Booker Prize-winning author Ben Okri.

Preview: Abi Zakarian’s Fabric at Soho Theatre and Tour

Damsel Productions today announces Abi Zakarian’s Fabric in support of Solace Women’s Aid, a charity which works to bring an end to the harm done through domestic and sexual violence.

Preview: Ambreen Razia’s POT at Stratford Arts Circus

In the year that has seen knife crime in the UK soar to an unprecedented level, writer and actress Ambreen Razia, whose hugely successful Diary of a Hounslow Girl has been commissioned by BBC Three for a pilot

Preview: Debris Stevenson’s Poet in da Corner

In the semi-autobiographical Poet in da Corner, young poet, lyricist, and dancer Debris Stevenson explores how grime helped shape her youth.

Preview: Lamplighters at The Old Red Lion Theatre

Preview: Lamplighters is a (silly) but loving parody of John le Carre’s Cold War masterpieces. Cigarettes, whiskey, gentlemen’s clubs. Also, a Dubliner desperately trying to sound convincingly like an Oxbridge graduate for 60 minutes.

Preview: The End of Eddy at The Unicorn Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe

Stewart Laing directs Alex Austin and Kwaku Mills in The End of Eddy, Pamela Carter’s powerful new work, based on Édouard Louis’s best-selling book, in this co-production between the Unicorn Theatre and Untitled Projects.

Preview: Happy Hour at the Bread and Roses Theatre

With their dark comedy Happy Hour, Award-winning company Something Underground will be helping you cope with any End of June heatwaves in SW4, by serving up (virtual) beer, spritzers, comedy and tragedy all in generous non-regulation measures as you witness the end-days of... a dream.

Preview: UMUADA at The King’s Head Theatre

Following its powerful debut at the Bunker Theatre, Justina Kehinde’s latest new play UMUADA headlines the King’s Head Theatre’s 2018 Play Mill Festival.

Preview: Locked Up at The Tristan Bates Theatre

Locked Up marks Heather Simpkin’s professional London début as a powerful, bold new playwright and launches Bear In The Air Productions, an emerging theatre company

Preview: But It Still Goes On at The Finborough Theatre

In a production commissioned by the Finborough Theatre, a world premiere Robert Graves’ “post-catastrophic comedy”, But It Still Goes On, directed by Fidelis Morgan, opens at the Finborough Theatre

Preview: The Cloakroom Attendant at Tristan Bates Theatre

After successful performances at the Wallace Collection in London, in Copenhagen and in Athens, Dimitra Barla’s autobiographical one-woman show The Cloakroom Attendant, directed by Natalie Katsou, comes to the Camden Fringe.

Preview: Boxman at The Blue Elephant Theatre

Flugelman Productions present the London premiere of Boxman at Blue Elephant Theatre. Boxman is by Australian playwright Daniel Keene and follows a homeless refugee Ringo