Theatre Openings – 11th-17th May 2009

May 11, 2009 – 7:50 am | by admin

boo-theatreOpening 11th-17th May 2009

These productions are opening this week.

Showing at Oval House ?
Opening Night: 13 May 2009?
Ever wondered what it’s like to get away with murder??

The Doorbells of Florence?
Showing at Rosemary Branch Theatre ?
Opening Night: 15 May 2009?
Adapted from an award-winning book, two unnamed storytellers take you on a journey through a strange and mystical Italian city.?

Duet For One ?
Showing at Vaudeville Theatre ?
Opening Night: 12 May 2009?
Juliet Stevenson and Henry Goodman star as client and psychiatrist in this two-hander first seen at the Almeida.?

L’Elisir D’Amore ?
Showing at Royal Opera House ?
Opening Night: 12 May 2009?
The Royal Opera’s revival of L’Elisir D’Amore provides a delightful evening of charm and good humour.?

If That’s All There Is
Showing at Lyric Hammersmith Studio
Opening Night: 12 May 2009
A mini-epic about our obsession with finding happiness.

Jan Ravens – A Funny Look At Impressions
Showing at artsdepot
Opening Night: 14 May 2009
Solo stage debut of the famous impressionist.

Kirsten And Kurt
Showing at Bloomsbury Theatre
Opening Night: 15 May 2009
Kirsten Schall and Kurt Braunohler return to London with their 2008 if.comedy award-nominated show.

The Little Mermaid
Showing at Stratford Circus
Opening Night: 16 May 2009
Hans Christian Anderson’s tale of the mermaid desperate to be a part of the human world.

More Light
Showing at Arcola Theatre
Opening Night: 15 May 2009
Poetic play that delves beyond the British Museums’s popular exhibition, past the Terracotta Army and into the inner tomb of China’s “First Emperor”.

New Work In The Linbury
Showing at Linbury Studio (Royal Opera House)
Opening Night: 14 May 2009
Thought-provoking and imaginative new works choreographed by young dancers from within the Royal Ballet.

Ordinary Dreams
Showing at Trafalgar Studios 2
Opening Night: 14 May 2009
A pertinent new comedy about middle-aged anxiety in a time of recession and ASBOs.

Painting A Wall
Showing at Finborough Theatre
Opening Night: 12 May 2009
Play about a group of South African painters living under apartheid rule in Cape Town in 1970.

Pictures From An Exhibition
Showing at Young Vic
Opening Night: 13 May 2009
A new dance theatre piece set to Modest Mussorgsky’s classic piano suite.

Rambert Dance Company
Showing at Sadler’s Wells
Opening Night: 12 May 2009
Rambert Dance Company’s spring visit to Sadler’s Wells features two very diverse London premieres; Christopher Bruce’s Hush and Itzik Galili’s A Linha Curva.

Rob Brydon Live!
Showing at Apollo Theatre
Opening Night: 11 May 2009
The star of Gavin And Stacey and Marion And Geoff bring his own inimitable stand up show to London.

tick… tick… BOOM!
Showing at Duchess Theatre
Opening Night: 13 May 2009
Jonathan Larson’s autobiographical musical about his struggle to be accepted as a new musical voice.

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