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  • A Monster Calls

    Until Aug 25, 2018

  • Sylvia

    Sep 1 - 22, 2018

  • 17c

    Sep 26 - 29, 2018

  • Wise Children

    Oct 8 - Nov 10, 2018

  • All My Sons

    Opens Apr 1, 2019

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A Monster Calls

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Until August 25, 2018

Thirteen-year-old Connor and his mum have been just fine since Connor's father moved to America, but now his mum is terribly sick and isn't getting any better. Throw in some over-bearing Grandparents and some bullish school kids and Connor feels all alone - until he meets the monster of course.

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Sylvia

September 1 - 22, 2018

One of the icons of the Suffragette movement and proto-feminist, Sylvia Pankhurst, gets the musical treatment in this fresh new piece from Katy Prince and Priya Parmar. Using an eclectic mix of song, dance, hip-hop, funk and soul, her incredible drive and advocacy for universal suffrage and the life behind the public figure are examined for a new generation.

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17c

September 26 - 29, 2018

This September witness the story of Samuel Pepys like never before! Courtesy of Dance Umbrella and The Old Vic this cutting-edge work fuses music, dance, video and spoken word to bring you into the world of one of the most famed diarists.

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Wise Children

October 8 - November 10, 2018

Emma Rice brings her unique and exquisite vision to the Old Vic this autumn with Wise Children. Based on the book by Angela Carter, Wise Children is a celebration of show business, family, and forgiveness. Throw in some music, mischief and some Shakespearian mistaken identity and you have yourself one of a thrill ride!

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All My Sons

Opens April 1, 2019

A luminary of stage and screen, Sally Field is set to tread the boards of the Old Vic this spring, opposite Bill Pullman as the two make their West End debuts in Arthur Miller's 1947 scathing family drama. Directed by Jeremy Herrin (of Wolf Hall Parts One & Two), this new production will reintroduce audiences to Joe and Kate Keller, a married couple overcome by guilt and denial have overcome love and trust in the aftermath of WWII.

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