Love London Love Culture’s Shows of the Week: Monday 13th January

Here’s a guide to some of the shows that you might want to book tickets for…

Persona,Riverside Studios: officially reopening the venue after its renovation, Alice Krige stars in this stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s film. A story of truth, lies and manipulation, Persona will run at the theatre from the 21st January until the 13th February.

Coming Clean, Trafalgar Studios: following a successful previous run at the Trafalgar Studios, the King’s Head Theatre production of Kevin Elyot’s play officially opened at the theatre on Friday. Check out our interview with cast member Jonah Rzeskiewicz here.

Shackleton and His Stowaway, Park Theatre: based on the fascinating true story, this new play is a story survival and endurance under some of the most brutal weather conditions. Catch up with LLLC’s review here.

Falling in Love Again, King’s Head Theatre: this world premiere stage production set in and around King Edward VIII’s abdication opens at the King’s Head Theatre this week. We chatted to playwright Ron Elisha about how the idea for the lay came about here.

Dear Evan Hansen, Noel Coward Theatre: a show that has proved immensely popular since before it officially opened in the West End, this Tony Award winning musical features music and lyrics from Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. Find out what the critics made of it here.

Pretty Woman the Musical, Piccadilly Theatre: now in rehearsals, this highly anticipated transfer of the Broadway musical based on the film is directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell, with Aimie Atkinson starring as Vivian and Danny Mac as Edward.  

Magic Goes Wrong, Vaudeville Theatre: this is the second production in Mischief Theatre’s year long season at the Vaudeville Theatre and officially opened last week – catch up with what the critics thought here.

The Tyler Sisters, Hampstead Theatre: this is the final chance to catch this production which completes its run at the Hampstead Theatre on the 18th January. Discover what the critics had to say about it here.

%d bloggers like this: