Things to See and Do in London: Sunday 13th December 2015

With so much going on in London it can be difficult to tell the best of the bunch. So here is Love London Love Culture’s guide: 

Macbeth, Young Vic Theatre  – it may have received mixed reviews from the critics but there is no doubting that Carrie Cracknell’s production has got everybody talking. The production stars John Heffernan and Anna Maxwell Martin. On until 23rd January. 

Hangmen, Wyndham’s Theatre – having gone down successfully well with audiences at the Royal Court Theatre, this production has also transferred successfully to the Wyndham’s Theatre. Praised for its dark humour, it is another show that people can’t stop talking about! On until the 5th March 2016. 

The Firework-Maker’s Daughter, Royal Opera House – if you are looking for a Christmas show to entertain your children that isn’t panto – then look no further than this charming production based on Philip Pullman’s story. For a full review click hereOn until 2nd January 2016. 

Hapgood, Hampstead Theatre – another show that has been receiving mixed reviews, Tom Stoppard’s play is now revived for the first time since its premiere. Critics may have had mixed opinions about it but it gives people the opportunity to view a piece of his work that many haven’t heard of let alone seen.On until the 23rd January. 

Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Apollo Theatre – from the creators of the hilarious The Play That Goes wrong comes Mischief Theatre’s interpretation of Peter Pan. If you have seen The Play That Goes Wrong, then you will expect not a thing to go according to plan in this production for an evening that will keep you giggling from beginning to end! Find out what critics thought hereOn until 31st January. 


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