Love London Love Culture’s Show Picks of the Week: Monday 27th January

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s guide to some of the shows that you might want to book tickets for this week…

Coming Clean , Trafalgar Studios: this is your last chance to catch Kevin Elyot’s play at the Trafalgar Studios, booking until the 1st February! A story that examines the nature of fidelity and the limits of love, this is the second time that this production has played at the Trafalgar Studios, following an acclaimed run the previous year. Check out our interview with cast member Jonah Rzeskiewicz here.

Ten Times Table, UK tour: for those who love Alan Ayckbourn, this is a production that they will not want to miss. The first production in Bill Kenwright’s  The Classic Comedy Theatre Company is currently touring the UK with a great cast including Robert Daws and Deborah Grant. Check out our review of the production when it was at Richmond here.

Pigeons on L’Edge, the Vaults Festival: although not playing as part of the festival until March, it might be worth booking your tickets now for this show that offers a birds eye view into the world of retail. Check out our interview with creator and writer Millie Thorne here.

Persona, Riverside Studios: this stage premiere based on Ingmar Bergman’s 1960’s film is officially reopening the Riverside Studios following its major renovation. We interviewed cast member Alice Kirge about the production and what audiences can expect here.

The Welkin, National Theatre: Maxine Peake stars in this new play by Lucy Kirkwood exploring justice for women in the aftermath of a terrible crime. Find out what critics made of it here.

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Apollo Theatre: with a new cast of classmates, Everybody’s Talking Abut Jamie continues to play to audiences at the Apollo Theatre. Discover what critics made of the new cast here.

Uncle Vanya, Harold Pinter Theatre: having officially opened in the West End last week, Ian Rickson’s production of Uncle Vanya stars Toby Jones in the title role and Richard Armitage. Find out what critics had to say about it here.

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