Theatre Openings – 4th-10th May 2009

May 6, 2009 – 3:49 pm | by admin

waitingforgodotOpening 4th-10th May 2009

These productions are opening this week.

Waiting For Godot
Showing at Haymarket, Theatre Royal
Opening Night: 06 May 2009
Beckett’s famous play starring Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart

The Winslow Boy
Showing at Rose Theatre, Kingston
Opening Night: 07 May 2009
A powerful drama about a father’s attempt to clear his son’s name.

Seven Other Children
Showing at New End Theatre
Opening Night: 06 May 2009
Theatrical response to Seven Jewish Children by Caryl Churchill, which caused such controversy at the Royal Court in February.

Paul Merton’s Silent Clowns
Showing at Hackney Empire
Opening Night: 10 May 2009
Comedian Merton shares his love of silent comedy in this witty, enlightening show.

Peter Grimes
Showing at London Coliseum
Opening Night: 09 May 2009
Britten’s astonishing 1945 masterpiece

The Mozart Question
Showing at artsdepot
Opening Night: 09 May 2009
New dramatisation from the author of War Horse about a violinist who tells the story of his Jewish parents lives as prisoners of war.

Monsters
Showing at Arcola Theatre
Opening Night: 08 May 2009
Poetic play that explores the events surrounding the killing of toddler James Bulger in February 1993.

The Last 5 Years
Showing at Duchess Theatre
Opening Night: 07 May 2009
Jason Robert Brown’s musical following a five year relationship told both chronologically and from back to front.

The Frontline
Showing at Globe Theatre
Opening Night: 08 May 2009
Ché Walker’s tale of life outside Camden tube returns to Shakespeare’s Globe for a second season.

The Frog Princess
Showing at artsdepot
Opening Night: 10 May 2009
Heart-warming story based on a Russian folktale using puppetry and live Eastern European gypsy music.

Dusa, Fish, Stas And Vi
Showing at Hampstead Theatre: Michael Frayn Space ?
Opening Night: 09 May 2009?
Pam Gems’s 1970s tale of four women helping each other to find new meaning in their lives.?

Elemental
Showing at Bloomsbury Theatre
Opening Night: 09 May 2009?
A new show blending Arabic belly dance with a rich mix of African dance, flamenco, tango, bollywood, gypsy, burlesque and more.?

The Contingency Plan ?
Showing at Bush Theatre
Opening Night: 07 May 2009?
A double bill of plays adressing the most pressing issue of our times – climate change.?

Death Of A Blackman ?
Showing at Hampstead Theatre: Michael Frayn Space ?
Opening Night: 07 May 2009?
Alfred Fagon’s play about 19-year-old entrepreneur Shakie is revived for one night only.?

Are You Taking The Peace? ?
Showing at Bloomsbury Theatre ?
Opening Night: 07 May 2009?
Stewart Lee leads an all-star comedy show in aid of International Alert.?

The Barber Of Seville
Showing at Bloomsbury Theatre
Opening Night: 06 May 2009
Rossini’s remarkable comic opera performed for one night only at the Bloomsbury theatre.

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