With every show that opens in London there’s another one preparing for its final performance. Here’s your last minute warning for some productions nearing the end of their runs…
Boy, Almeida Theatre: Leo Butler’s latest play received positive reviews from critics when it opened last month. But now it is reaching the end of it’s run – so if you want to see it for the first time or even for the second time this is your last opportunity to do so as it closes on the 28th May.
DiaoChan: The Rise of the Courtesan, Above the Arts: interesting piece of drama in which not all of the ideas quite come off as Love London Love Culture found – but certainly a production that has potential. (closes 28th May).
Devilish, Landor Theatre: last chance to see this brand new musical based on John Ruskin’s remark that an angel appearing on earth would be shot on sight and bringing that remark into the 21st century. Features some great performances to look out for as well! (closes 29th May).
Lawrence After Arabia, Hampstead Theatre: Mixed reviews for Howard Brenton’s latest play directed by John Dove – but has plenty to offer those fascinated with the life of T.E. Lawrence. (Closes 4th June).