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19:30 at The Duke of York's Theatre
Following a multi-Tony Award-nominated run on Broadway, Olivier and Tony Award-winning director John Tiffany revives his visionary staging of Tennessee Williams’ heart-rending masterpiece.

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Woyzeck at the Old Vic

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06 May

19:30 at The Old Vic
Büchner’s tale of military, murder and mental deterioration is transported to 1980s Cold War Berlin in this new adaptation by Jack Thorne. Starring John Boyega and directed by Joe Murphy.

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20:00 at Royal Court Theatre
Written by an anonymous woman. Performed by an unprepared man.

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20:00 at Tooting Tram and Social
Prepare to be amazed: Hoops and Loops arrives at Tooting Tram and Social as part of the Wandsworth Arts Fringe in May.

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19:30 at artsdepot
Choose life. Choose mortgage payments; choose washing machines; choose cars; choose sitting on a couch watching mind-numbing and spirit-crushing game shows... Choose life.

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19:15 at Camden People's Theatre
Running from 16th May, Tom Marshman brings Kings Cross (Remix) to London for its first full run, bringing tales from the LGBTQ community and the underground Kings Cross scene of the 1980s to the fore.

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20:00 at Battersea Arts Centre
An unpredictable and urgent theatrical counter-protest. Welcome to the revolution. It's gonna get messy.

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19:15 at Camden People's Theatre
What would Dolly do? A rare and much-needed opportunity to gather and celebrate the genius of Dolly Parton.

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20:00 at Southwark Playhouse
Two men, unlikely friends, stagger through days of crippling prison work, breaking free in nights of playful escapism and ecstatic, dreamlike joy.

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19:30 at The Print Room
A new music theatre work about one woman’s encounter with the aftermath of war crimes at Srebrenica, and her family’s connection to the Holocaust in Bosnia fifty years before.

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