There is a lot of exciting productions for you all to see at the moment here is Love London Love Culture’s guide to some of them.
Through the Mill, Southwark Playhouse: taking a look at Judy Garland’s life at three different points of her life, Ray Rackham’s play has received great reviews from critics when it opened this week. It is only on until the 30th July so make sure that you don’t miss out!
Into the Woods, Menier Chocolate Factory: after a successful run in New York, Fiasco Theatre company’s stripped back production of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s musical. It has received mixed reviews over here, but it has generated quite a buzz and is consequently one of the hottest tickets to book for at the moment.
American Idiot, Arts Theatre: fast, furious and passionate this hugely popular show is back in London for a limited season only. Featuring music from Green Day’s hugely popular 2004 album, it delivers exactly what you expect it to and more. Green Day fans don’t want to miss it! Read Love London Love Culture’s review here.
I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking it on the Road, Jermyn Street Theatre: last seen in London back in 1981, this 1978 musical by Gretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford examines the changing relationships between men and women. Wonderfully passionate and still as relevant today as it was in 1978, it is well worth catching while you can. Review can be found here.
Cargo, Arcola theatre: this is a very relevant, powerful piece of drama with plenty to say and gets the audience really thinking about the lengths to which immigrants wh want to start a n