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  • My Neighbour Totoro

    Until Mar 23, 2024

  • Kiss Me Kate

    Jun 4 - Sep 14, 2024

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My Neighbour Totoro

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Until March 23, 2024

The Royal Shakespeare Company and Joe Hishaishi's multi-Olivier Award-winning My Neighbour Totoro is returning to the West End stage this Autumn! Combining the Ghibli joy, Hishaishi's glorious score, puppetry and more than a little bit of magic, this spectacular show is adapted from Hayao Miyazaki's film by playwright Tom Morton-Smith, with puppets from Basil Twist and direction from triple Oliver award winner Phelim McDermott.

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Kiss Me Kate

June 4 - September 14, 2024

Kiss Me Kate, Cole Porter's classic mashup of Broadway and Shakespeare comes to London this summer, with Adrian Dunbar and Stephanie J. Block! Originally opening back in 1949 Cole Porter's hilarious production won the Tony for Best Musical, going onto win a further five for the 1999 revival. Full to the brim with Porter's iconic songs, "Too Darn Hot" and "Another Op'nin' Another Show", to name just a few, this revival comes courtesy of Broadway's Barlett Sherr, the director behind recent productions of The King and I and My Fair Lady.

Barbican Theatre

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Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS

  • Year opened: 1982
  • Capacity: 1,156
  • Concession stands
  • Merchandise booths
  • Air conditioning
  • In-house bar
  • Coat check

The Barbican Theatre is part of the Barbican Centre in the City of London. The Barbican centre was opened in 1982 as a gift to the nation, hosting a wide range of productions and arts events, including classical and contemporary concerts, film screenings and art exhibitions. The venue is home to the London Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Shakespeare Company. The Barbican Theatre was designed solely for the Royal Shakespeare Company.

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