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The Book of Mormon

The Book of Mormon

Get involved in Time Out's exclusive pre-sale and no booking fee offer for the West End's rudest, lewdest and funniest musical . 

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Caroline, or Change

Caroline, or Change

Sharon D Clarke, eh? What force. And what a voice. In Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori’s musical – which started at Chichester last year before moving to Hampstead Theatre and now the West End – Clarke plays Caroline, a black maid for a white Jewish Louisiana family in 1963, stuck in a life of drudgery for $30 a week. As a single mother of four kids, it’s not enough. This domestic set-up is an unlikely one for a musical, and the character of Caroline is an unlikely lead. This is the brilliance of the show: Kushner burrows down into just two households, at a moment of huge global political change, to explore the realities of how change really comes about. Caroline’s life has ‘buried her alive’: you can feel the weariness in Clarke’s bones. Caroline is sore, and sorely tested when Rose (Lauren Ward), her well-intentioned but hideously patronising boss, tells Caroline to start keeping any – yes – change she finds in Rose’s stepson Noah’s laundry, to teach him the value of money. Caroline is affronted, but those quarters make all the difference. Indeed, it is this complete inability of the white folks to see this difference in need, accepting rank inequality as ‘the way things are’, that hits home so uncomfortably today. Kushner, drawing on his own childhood memories, continues to refuse the easy, obvious beats: there’s no tie-it-up-neatly moment of empowerment. At the end, Caroline’s struggle is still small – but it’s also huge. When Clarke, eyeballing us from the front of the

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Wicked

Wicked

Make your friends green with envy with tickets to the world's favourite musical

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Betrayal

Betrayal

What a way to wrap up Jamie Lloyd’s epic Pinter at the Pinter season: megastar Tom Hiddleston will star in Pinter’s 1978 masterpiece ‘Betrayal’, a drama about a trio of self-decieving lovers which devastatingly unfolds in reverse chronological order. Hiddleston will play Robert, alongside Zawe Ashton as Emma and Charlie Cox as Jerry, in a production directed by Lloyd himself.  Tickets onsale at 9am on Nov 30, or Nov 29 to ticket holders for other Pinter at the Pinter plays.

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Company

Company

Marianne Elliott’s production of Stephen Sondheim’s 1970 musical comedy ‘Company’ was announced at what felt like some point in the late Cretaceous Period. And we knew from the get-go that the lead role of terminally single 35-year-old New Yorker Bobby (a man) would be gender switched to Bobbie (a woman), played by Rosalie Craig. The potential for this to be a novelty hung over it… but now that it’s here I’m going to cheerily declare that Elliott has found hidden depths in what was already a stone-cold classic. In 2018, when the borderline geriatric likes of Tom Cruise and Daniel Craig still regularly play sexy bachelors, the notion of a 35-year-old man being under any great pressure to settle down seems kind of quaint. But there is, of course, intense pressure for women to do so, before society deems them wanting for letting their youth and fertility run out. The nagging concerns heaped upon Bobbie for her singledom make total, crystal clear, perfectly realised sense. (NB Bobbie is straight, with the hopeless trio of lovers now men – a move that takes a certain misogynist sting out of the writing). ‘One is lonely and two is boring’ runs Sondheim’s most pithy summation of Bobbie’s dilemma, and it’s intentionally never resolved. Craig is immaculate as a hazy woman trapped in an existential funk. Her coupled-up friends have committed to things, and it hasn’t made them happy. So Bobbie remains an outsider in her own life, committed to nothing, a permanent glass of bourbon her

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RA Lates: Transcendence

RA Lates: Transcendence

There’s a magical late-night party at the RA this spring – and we’ve got tickets

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Up to 72% off ‘The American Clock’ at The Old Vic

Up to 72% off ‘The American Clock’ at The Old Vic

See Arthur Miller’s groundbreaking drama about the Great Depression

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25% off tickets to Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Totem’

25% off tickets to Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Totem’

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No-booking-fee tickets to ‘Company’ at Gielgud Theatre

No-booking-fee tickets to ‘Company’ at Gielgud Theatre

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Our favourite musicals

Everybody's Talking About Jamie

Everybody's Talking About Jamie

Don't miss out on this fabulous, feel-good, musical sensation. Tickets form £26.00

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The Lion King

The Lion King

Treat the whole family to this Disney stage extravaganza

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The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera

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Caroline, or Change

Caroline, or Change

Don't miss this fantastic revival of Tony Kushner‘s strange opera-musical set in civil rights-era Louisiana. 

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All About Eve

All About Eve

Super-director Ivo van Hove’s stage version of Joseph L Mankiewicz’s seminal 1950 film ‘All About Eve’ has been rumoured for aeons, and at one point had Cate Blanchett attached. She instead opted for a mad-looking Martin Crimp play at the National Theatre, but this is not too shabby: Gillian Anderson and Lily James step into the Bette Davis and Anne Baxter roles as bitterly feuding actresses in this version of the classic Hollywood satire. Monica Dolan, Sheila Reid and Rhashan Stone co-star, and there’s original musical from PJ Harvey.

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The Price

The Price

Arthur Miller looks to be having a bit of a ‘moment’ in 2019, thanks to two major revivals at the Old Vic and this, the fiftieth anniversary revival of his drama ‘The Price’ about two New York brothers who reunite after 16 years of estrangement. Starring heavyweights David Suchet and Brendan Coyle, Jonathan Church’s production enjoyed fine reviews when it ran at Theatre Royal Bath in the summer of 2018, and moves to the West End for three months in 2019.

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Richard III

Richard III

If you’ve yet to venture out to Alexandra Palace’s newly-restored theatre venue, this seems like a pretty good excuse: visionary touring theatre company Headong drops by in March with a new production of Shakespeare’s dark history play. Tom Mothersdale will star as the eponymous tyrant in a production directed by Headlong associate John Haidar.

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True West

True West

Kit Harrington and Johnny Flynn star as warring brothers in Sam Shepard‘s surreal thriller

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Book of Mormon tickets

Book of Mormon tickets

It's the funniest musical in town...

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The Lion King tickets

The Lion King tickets

Nothing prepares you for the sheer impact of 'The Lion King's opening sequence...

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Wicked tickets

Wicked tickets

The musical witches of this 'Wizard of Oz' prequel are still casting a spell over the West End

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Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets

Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets

A staggeringly enjoyable musical about a teen drag queen

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Les Miserables tickets

Les Miserables tickets

A storming revolutionary musical that has been stirring up audiences since 1985

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Silent disco at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium

Silent disco at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium

Get down amongst the fishes at this super silent disco

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Silent Disco at The View From The Shard

Silent Disco at The View From The Shard

Go up the Shard and get down at our silent disco party, where you can combine banging beats with one of the best views in the city. 

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Cinnamon Kitchen’s House of Holi

Cinnamon Kitchen’s House of Holi

For just £22, you can enjoy a Holi play session, cocktail and three ‘Holi bites’ 

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Our favourite attractions

SEA LIFE London Aquarium
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SEA LIFE London Aquarium

Don't get into deep water looking for things to do, buy tickets to London's favourite marine-themed attraction - from £20

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Shrek's Adventure! London
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Shrek's Adventure! London

Embark on an epic adventure with your favourite ogre and Donkey - from just £18.20

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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter

Take a magical tour around the studio where 'Harry Potter' was filmed and see fascinating props and sets - from £55

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Buckingham Palace
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Buckingham Palace

See one of Britain's most iconic buildings in a new light with a tour of Buckingham Palace and a spot at the Changing of the Guard Ceremony.

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The London Dungeon
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The London Dungeon

Get your chills and thrills at this spooky hot-spot - from just £23.20

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