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Rutherford and SonRutherford and SonRutherford and SonRoger Allam "shines" (The Guardian) in Githa Sowerby's drama set in an industrial northern town in the early 20th century, which follows formidable patriarch John Rutherford who runs his factory and home with a clenched iron fist. Justine Mitchell "is equally excellent" as his daughter Janet in this "splendid revival" (The Times) of the 1912 play a2019-07-18T19:30:00+01002019-08-03T00:00:00+0100 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, † South Bank† † † SE1 9PX
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Ongoing

event > Theatre > Dramas
DATES16th May to 3rd August 2019
Roger Allam "shines" (The Guardian) in Githa Sowerby's drama set in an industrial northern town in the early 20th century, which follows formidable patriarch J...†More about this event
Top GirlsTop GirlsTop GirlsMore than three decades since it premiered at the Royal Court, Caryl Churchill's powerful feminist play, Top Girls, returns to London in 2019, and it's just as relevant today as it was back in 1982. Originally staged in the era of Thatcherism, the story follows Marlene - the first woman to head the Top Girls employment agency - as she takes inspira2019-07-19T19:30:00+01002019-07-20T00:00:00+0100 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, † South Bank† † † SE1 9PX
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On Soon

event > Theatre > Dramas
DATES26th March to 20th July 2019
More than three decades since it premiered at the Royal Court, Caryl Churchill's powerful feminist play, Top Girls, returns to London in 2019, and it's just as...†More about this event
HansardHansardHansardA new play by Simon Woods, Hansard is a witty and devastating portrait of the governing class. Set on a summer's morning in 1988, it sees Tory politician Robin Hesketh return home to what should be an idyllic Cotswold house only to find his wife of 30 years, Diana, digging up secrets. Soon the day-to-day life of a marital couple turns into a blood 2019-08-22T00:00:00+01002019-10-24T00:00:00+0100 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, † South Bank† † † SE1 9PX
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event > Theatre > Dramas
PRICING£15-£89
DATES22nd August to 24th October 2019
A new play by Simon Woods, Hansard is a witty and devastating portrait of the governing class. Set on a summer's morning in 1988, it sees Tory politician Robin...†More about this event
'Master Harold'... and the boys'Master Harold'... and the boys'Master Harold'... and the boysA semi-autobiographical play by Tony Award-winning playwright Athol Fugard, 'Master Harold'... and the boys comes to the National Theatre this September. Set in 1950s apartheid South Africa, the play tells the story of an unlikely friendship between Sam and Willie and Master Harold. On a long rainy afternoon in St George's Park Tea Room, Port Eliza2019-09-21T00:00:00+01002019-10-26T00:00:00+0100 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, † South Bank† † † SE1 9PX
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event > Theatre > Adaptations
PRICING£15-£89
DATES21st September to 26th October 2019
A semi-autobiographical play by Tony Award-winning playwright Athol Fugard, 'Master Harold'... and the boys comes to the National Theatre this September. Set i...†More about this event
The WelkinThe WelkinThe WelkinMaxine Peake returns to the National for the first time since 2002 to star in Lucy Kirkwood's new play, The Welkin. The playwright first came to our attention with Chimerica - the hottest ticket in the West End in 2013. She sets this new drama in Suffolk in 1759 whenSally Poppy has been sentenced to hang for murder. When she claims to be pregnant, 2020-01-05T00:00:00+00002020-02-10T00:00:00+0000 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, † South Bank† † † SE1 9PX
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event > Theatre > Dramas
DATES5th January to 10th February 2020
Maxine Peake returns to the National for the first time since 2002 to star in Lucy Kirkwood's new play, The Welkin. The playwright first came to our attention ...†More about this event
 
 

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Rutherford and Son
Rutherford and Son
Theatre | Until 3rd August 2019 

National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre

Roger Allam "shines" (The Guardian) in Githa Sowerby's drama set in an industrial northern town in the early 20th century, ...More

 
River Stage Festival
River Stage Festival
Seasonal | Until 4th August 2019 

National Theatre

The River Stage Festival is back at the National Theatre this summer for five weekends of free entertainment. There's an ...More

 
Kiss My Genders
Kiss My Genders
Exhibitions | Until 8th September 2019 

The Hayward Gallery 2 minutes walk from Tartuffe

In this "invigorating" (Telegraph) group exhibition, Kiss My Genders, the Hayward Gallery celebrates fluid gender identities through the works of ...More

 
Yummy
Yummy
Theatre | Until 28th July 2019 

Underbelly Festival 3 minutes walk from Tartuffe

Yummy, the Melbourne powerhouse of drag, dance, circus, and music, has been serving smash-hit events in numerous festivals across Australia ...More

 
Gals Aloud
Gals Aloud
Concerts | Until 17th September 2019 

Underbelly Festival 3 minutes walk from Tartuffe

A drag tribute to Girls Aloud, packed with all the solo singles, hilarious TV appearances, costumes, boys and a few ...More

 
Monski Mouse's Baby Disco Dance Hall
Monski Mouse's Baby Disco Dance Hall
Kids Events | Until 28th July 2019 

Underbelly Festival 3 minutes walk from Tartuffe

DJ mum Monski Mouse invites young children and their parent or carer to dance along to funky nursery rhymes. Following ...More

 
Underbelly Festival
Underbelly Festival
Theatre | Until 29th September 2019 

Underbelly Festival 3 minutes walk from Tartuffe

The unrivalled Underbelly Festival returns to South Bank, between the Southbank Centre and London Eye, from April 2019, presenting over ...More

 
Jeppe Hein: Appearing Rooms
Jeppe Hein: Appearing Rooms
Kids Events | Until 1st September 2019 

Southbank Centre 3 minutes walk from Tartuffe

To the art world Jeppe Hein's 'Appearing Rooms' is a delightful mix of sculpture and architecture, playing with the viewers ...More

 
The Batty Mama
Clubbing and Nightlife | On 18th July 2019 

Southbank Centre 3 minutes walk from Tartuffe

QTIPOC South London collective DJs spin old-school summer anthems from the genres of R&B, hip hop, garage, Afrobeat, bashment and ...More

The Hot Sardines
Concerts | On 18th July 2019 

Southbank Centre 3 minutes walk from Tartuffe

American vintage jazz and gypsy swing outfit founded in 2007....More

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Seven Dials Market
Seven Dials Market
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Street food specialists KERB have taken on the entire space at St Thomas Neal's Warehouse, ...More

 
Pick & Cheese
Pick & Cheese
Dining 

Choose from over 25 different cheeses, brought to you on a conveyor belt at Pick ...More

 
Mythos: A Trilogy - Gods. Heroes. Men
Theatre | From 13th September 

London Palladium

Following on from his acclaimed book, Mythos: The Greek Myths Retold, Stephen Fry brings his vast knowledge of Greek mythology to the London Palladium as part of his ...More

Arcade Food Theatre
Dining 

On the ground floor of the Centre Point building, Arcade is a modern food hall featuring seven independent kitchens, a coffee and bakery counter, three bars, an outdoor terrace and 'The Loft', an incubation space....More

Paradise Soho
Paradise Soho
Dining 

It started out as a supper club at Balham's Brother Marcus but in 2019 Sri ...More

 
The Great British Beer Festival
The Great British Beer Festival
Exhibitions | From 6th August 

Olympia Exhibition Centre

Over 66,000 people flock to this massive celebration ...More

 
Fiesta de Mexico
Fiesta de Mexico
Foodie Events | From 26th July 

Guildhall Yard

Providing a taste of Mexico right in the heart of London, Fiesta de Mexico recreates ...More

 
Blank
Theatre | From 11th October 

The Donmar Warehouse

Staged in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Clean Break theatre company, which works with women affected by the criminal justice system, Blank receives its full-length premiere at the Donmar Warehouse this autumn. The new ...More

Appropriate
Appropriate
Theatre | From 16th August 

The Donmar Warehouse

After wowing audiences with The Octoroon at the National Theatre, American writer Branden Jacobs-Jenkins returns ...More

 
Baby Reindeer
Baby Reindeer
Theatre | From 9th October 

Bush Theatre

The debut play from Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Richard Gadd, who performed his hit show ...More

 
Chiaroscuro
Chiaroscuro
Theatre | From 31st August 

Bush Theatre

Part of Lynette Linton's first season as Artistic Director at the Bush Theatre, Chiaroscuro is ...More

 
Patch & Picnic
Patch & Picnic
Dining 

The South Bank is a lovely spot for a Thames-side stroll in summer but if ...More

 
Sink The Pink Street Party
Sink The Pink Street Party
Seasonal | On 17th August 

Finsbury Park

The Mighty Hoopla organisers and Sink The Pink ...More

 
BA 2119: Flight of the Future
BA 2119: Flight of the Future
Exhibitions | From 1st August 

Saatchi Gallery

British Airways celebrates 100 years of flying this ...More

 
Sunset Cinema: Film Nights with Samsung Screenings
Sunset Cinema: Film Nights with Samsung Screenings
Film Events | From 23rd July 

John Lewis Rooftop

As part of this year's John Lewis Roof ...More

 
Wembley Park Market
Wembley Park Market
Shopping 

An indoor, permanent market, Wembley Park Market brings together a line-up of independent and local ...More

 
The Fellowship and Star
The Fellowship and Star
Drinking 

Historic pub the Fellowship Inn was given a new lease of life in 2019 when ...More

 
London Events 2019
Feature 

Cate Blanchett comes to the National Theatre in 2019, the Spice Girls reunite and Christian Dior is the Designer of Dreams at the V&A. New musicals are dedicated to Dolly Parton, Pirates and Mary Poppins, ...More

Boots Covent Garden
Boots Covent Garden
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Having undergone a makeover in summer 2019, Boots in Covent Garden is a state of ...More

 
Officina 00
Dining 

This fresh pasta restaurant near Old Street is centred on a spianatoia, a traditional wooden work-bench, where chefs make the food....More

Bloomsbury Street Kitchen
Dining 

Mediterranean and Japanese influences can be seen in everything from the food to the design at Bloomsbury Street Kitchen....More

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London is marking the 50th anniversary of ...More

 
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