Theatre Openings – 24th-30th May 2009

May 24, 2009 – 4:56 pm | by admin

alls-well-that-ends-wellOpening 24th-30th May 2009

These productions are opening this week.

All’s Well That Ends Well
Showing at National Theatre Olivier
Opening Night: 28 May 2009
Sexism, snobbery and inter-generational battles in Shakespeare’s bittersweet tale.

Amongst Friends
Showing at Hampstead Theatre
Opening Night: 26 May 2009
A darkly comic social satire about people living in ‘gated communities’

Andy Zaltzman: Answers The Five Or Six Most Important Questions In The World
Showing at Soho Theatre
Opening Night: 29 May 2009
Andy Zaltzman, one of Britain’s leading 34-year-old political comedians, returns to Soho theatre to confront the biggest questions facing the world.

Aunt Dan And Lemon
Showing at Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Downstairs
Opening Night: 27 May 2009
Jane Horrocks leads the cast of this tale of the people who influence us and the dark side of nostalgia.

Bern:Ballett – Wuthering Heights
Showing at Linbury Studio (Royal Opera House)
Opening Night: 27 May 2009
The UK premiere of Cathy Marston’s ballet inspired by the famous Brontë novel.

Bruno Beltrão: H3
Showing at Sadler’s Wells
Opening Night: 29 May 2009
Brazilian hip hop choreographer Bruno Beltrão makes his Sadler’s Wells debut.

Collaboration
Showing at Duchess Theatre
Opening Night: 27 May 2009
A new play about the conflict between art and politics in the Second World War, written as a companion piece to Taking Sides. 

Cosi Fan Tutte
Showing at London Coliseum
Opening Night: 29 May 2009
Mozart’s comic opera is given a period setting in this new production. 

Feedback
Showing at artsdepot
Opening Night: 30 May 2009
Musical show for children featuring clowning, comedy and audience participation.

Feedback
Showing at Hackney Empire
Opening Night: 28 May 2009
A magical interactive show for children which makes music out of ordinary objects.

Foreplay
Showing at Stratford East, Theatre Royal
Opening Night: 26 May 2009
An adaptation of La Ronde, updating the action to contemporary South Africa obsessed with sex and violence.

Isy Suttie: The Suttie Show
Showing at Soho Theatre
Opening Night: 29 May 2009
The versatile musical comedian Isy Suttie brings her sell-out 2008 Edinburgh show to Soho.

Jesus The Wasted Years
Showing at Old Red Lion Theatre
Opening Night: 28 May 2009
Comedic play about the ultimate dysfunctional family of God.

LazyTown Live! – The Pirate Adventure
Showing at Hammersmith Apollo
Opening Night: 29 May 2009
Swashbuckling fun for all the family starring the CBBC’s UK cast.

Lily And The Magical Moonbeam
Showing at Greenwich Theatre
Opening Night: 30 May 2009
A bewitching tale about true friendship based on the popular children’s book by Stephen Gulbis.

The Little Mermaid
Showing at Greenwich Theatre
Opening Night: 29 May 2009
Enter a world where man and woman do not walk with legs but swim with tails…

Naked Boys Singing 2009
Showing at King’s Head Theatre
Opening Night: 29 May 2009
Cabaret show celebrating the glories of the naked male body.

Sandra Bernhard:Without You I’m Nothing
Showing at Leicester Square Theatre
Opening Night: 26 May 2009
Tenth anniversary tour of the outrageous and controversial American comedy icon Sandra Bernhard.

Scott Capurro: Goes Much Deeper
Showing at Soho Theatre
Opening Night: 25 May 2009
Leave it to shock comic Scott Capurro to ask the tough questions everyone wonders about, but never brings up.

The Sun Dragon
Showing at Lyric Hammersmith Studio
Opening Night: 26 May 2009
The adventures of Jacob, a boy who dreams of flying.

Taking Sides
Showing at Duchess Theatre
Opening Night: 27 May 2009
The first of two plays about the conflict between art and politics during the Second World War.

Toby Hadoke: Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf
Showing at Greenwich Theatre
Opening Night: 28 May 2009
This Edinburgh Festival hit sees comedian Hadoke chart the rise, fall and rise again of a TV legend and a personal passion.

The Unsinkable Molly Brown
Showing at Landor Theatre
Opening Night: 29 May 2009
The spirited tale of a real-life American legend who survived the sinking of the Titanic and rose from impoverished beginnings to the highest echelons of society.

A View From The Bridge
Showing at Richmond Theatre
Opening Night: 26 May 2009
Lindsay Posner’s production comes to Richmond theatre as part of a UK tour following its West End success.

Voice Of The Heart: Karen Carpenter
Showing at Greenwich Theatre
Opening Night: 31 May 2009
A two hour show recreating and celebrating the music of The Carpenters.

The Voice Of Tomorrow
Showing at Bloomsbury Theatre
Opening Night: 28 May 2009
A three-day search to find the new voice of musical theatre.

YarnBards
Showing at Udderbelly
Opening Night: 29 May 2009
Improvised family comedy for ages 7 to 107.

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