RT @darkfield_org: FLIGHT has now landed at @VAULTFestival until 27th Feb only! A unique 30 min experience in a shipping container. Don’t m…
 
view counter
Javascript is required to view this map.
view counter

20:00 at Battersea Arts Centre
Kourtney Kardashian is a love/hate letter to outrageous luxury & artistic genius, & also the joyous, dreadful punchline to a joke that's worn so thin that you can see what's on the other side of it...

More Info

21:10 at The Vaults
A brand spanking new play about porn and patriarchy.

More Info

21:20 at The Vaults
Everyone remembers the first time they came, but how often do we talk about it? Roann has decided it’s finally time to air those stories you’re told you never should...

More Info

19:30 at Alexandra Palace
After decades of civil war, the nation hangs in the balance. Enter Richard, Duke of Gloucester, to change the course of history.

More Info

20:00 at Battersea Arts Centre
A new theatre show from Xavier de Sous, Post is an exploration of what it means to be a migrant, of constantly inhabiting a national limbo & failing to be adhering to border & identity-defining norms.

More Info

19:45 at Barbican
Cillian Murphy stars in Enda Walsh’s adaptation of Max Porter’s award-winning novel, a moving story of a widower and his young sons which becomes a profound meditation on love, loss and living.

More Info

view counter

19:30 at Donmar Warehouse
Anne-Marie Duff and Arthur Darvill star in Josie Rourke's brand new revival of Sweet Charity with choreographed by the world-renowned Wayne McGregor.

More Info

18:30 at National Theatre
1968. East Berlin. Anna and Hans are married, in love and moving up in the world – but it is a world ruled by suspicion. Who can be trusted when everyone is listening? Can we ever escape our past?

More Info

19:30 at The Bridge Theatre
Nicholas Hytner directs an immersive production of Shakespeare's classic and enchanting comedy, taking audiences deep into the magical forest.

More Info

20:00 at The Pleasance Theatre
Blending fact and fiction and all the early-90s techno you can eat, David Finnigan’s bold new satire is a manic spin on a world on the brink of turmoil.

More Info