Athena Stevens stars in her new play about the realities of living as a disabled person in the UK and the difficulty of seeking justice when an airline destroys your wheelchair. It runs from January 7-February 1.
Nickie Miles-Wildin directs a new production of Charlene James’ acclaimed, Critics’ Circle award-winning play about female genital mutilation in modern Britain. It opens in the Royal Exchange’s studio on January 13.
Cameron Mackintosh’s staging of the mighty Schönberg-Boublil musical returns to the West End, to the theatre now called the Sondheim, in a new production controversially sans-revolve. Will it spark a revolution? It opens officially on January 16.
Part of the London International Mime Festival, this show from Told by an Idiot and Theatre Royal Plymouth explores the relationship between former music hall performers Stan Laurel and Charlie Chaplin in their pre-fame days. It runs from January 14-18.
The touring production of Bartlett Sher’s acclaimed Lincoln Center staging of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical plays the Wales Millennium Centre from January 8-18. Our critic called it “sumptuous and carnally charged”.