#TrendingOnStagedoor May 27th – June 2nd

Here’s our Monday digest of the 5 new shows Stagedoor users are most excited to see this week (27 May – 2 June)

1. Bronx Gothic

Runs from 1 June until 29 June at the Young Vic

The UK premiere of Okwui Okpokwasili’s Bronx Gothic is part theatre, part dance, part visual art installation exploring race relations and growing up in the Bronx.

2. Education, Education, Education

Runs from 31 May until 29 June at Trafalgar Studios

The Wardrobe Ensemble’s new show, packed with hits and humour, dissects 90s British culture with it’s sights set on the education system.

3. Wife

Runs from 30 May until 6 July at the Kiln Theatre

Directed by Indhu Rubasingham, Samuel Adamson’s new play examines the institution of marriage in the 1950s and the consequences of one woman’s choice.

4. Peaches Christ’s Drag Become Her

Runs from 29 May until 1 June at Leicester Square Theatre

This drag parody of Death Becomes Her is packed full of showbiz satire and stars Peaches Christ, Jinkx Monsoon, BenDeLaCreme and Major Scales.

5. The Tales of Peter Rabbit and Jemima Puddle-Duck

Runs from 28 May until 1 June at Wilton’s Music Hall

Composer Stephen McNeff brings musical charm to Beatrix Potter’s timeless children’s tale in this production at Wilton’s Music Hall. Featuring a live orchestra the show comes to London following a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe.