Here’s our Monday digest of the 5 new shows Stagedoor users are most excited to see this week (22 April – 28 April)
Runs from 24 April until 20 July at the Duke of York’s Theatre
Sonia Friedman Productions and director Ian Rickson join forces once again following the success of shows such as The Birthday Party, Mojo and Betrayal to bring Henrik Ibsen’s mesmerising thriller to the Duke of York’s stage, starring Tom Burke and Hayley Atwell.
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Runs from 26 April until 8 June at the London Coliseum
Based on Miguel de Cervantes’s classic novel Don Quixote this award-winning musical returns to the West End after 50 years away, now starring Kelsey Grammer and Danielle de Niese.
Runs from 24 April until 3 May at Theatre Royal Stratford East
Sabrina Mahfouz’s adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s inspired novel comes to Theatre Royal Stratford East, bringing to life the love story of Sephy (a Cross) and Callum (a Nought) as they look to find their way within a society plagued with racial and social divides.
Runs from 22 April until 27 April at Richmond Theatre
Director Sean Aydon is at the helm of a new adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s classic thriller. Packed with the author’s famous wit and masterful use of language, this production features Jonathan Wrather and promises to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.
Runs from 25 April until 1 June at Jermyn Street Theatre
Strindberg’s masterpiece comes to Jermyn Street Theatre following a sold-out run. Co-produced with Theatre by the Lake the show will play in repertory with another of Strindberg’s classic works, Creditors.