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Mandela: A New Musical

THEATRE
29 Nov

19:30 at Young Vic
Infused with the rhythms of South Africa, this soaring new musical tells the extraordinary story of Nelson Mandela, a man who changed the course of modern history.

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19:30 at National Theatre
Exploring social divides, Fay Ripley (Cold Feet) is Kerry in this biting new comedy from April De Angelis about a working class business woman setting up shop in trendy Walthamstow village.

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Lucy & Friends

THEATRE
03 Dec

20:00 at The Yard Theatre
Post popular prodigy Lucy McCormick presents her most ambitious medium-concept catastrophic show yet.

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19:30 at Lyric Theatre (Shaftesbury Avenue)
After 11 sell-out years at Edinburgh Festival, two West End runs, an Olivier award and a BBC Radio 4 series, improvised musical Showstopper! is still wowing crowds with its infectious joie-de-vivre.

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19:30 at Kiln Theatre
Critically acclaimed, multi-award winning, best-selling author Zadie Smith‘s ‘irresistably rambunctious’ The Wife of Willesden transports Chaucer’s The Wife of Bath to 21st Century North West London.

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19:45 at Barbican
This UK début by rising stars of Belgium’s acclaimed contemporary theatre scene forces us to think about who we are and how much we need others.

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19:30 at The Old Vic
This revolutionary story celebrates the life of Sylvia Pankhurst – feminist, activist, pacifist, socialist, rebel – who changed the lives of working women and men across the world.

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19:30 at The Rose Theatre
This gripping Romeo and Juliet story by acclaimed writer Malorie Blackman and adapted by Sabrina Mahfouz is a captivating drama of love, revolution and what it means to grow up in a divided world.

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19:15 at Soho Theatre
Inspired by hospices, mystics and trips to the cemetery, Age Is A Feeling wrestles with our endless chances to change course while we’re alive.

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19:45 at Barbican
World-renowned company Complicité return to our stage with a brand-new production based on Nobel prize-winning writer Olga Tokarczuk’s stunning novel, directed by Simon McBurney.

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