Following the acclaimed production of Lucy Prebble’s A Very Expensive Poison, Oscar Toeman directs the first major revival of the writer’s 2003 debut play about a teenage girl connecting with an older man online. It opens on January 28.
Jodie McNee plays Johanna Faustus opposite Danny Lee Wynter’s Mephistopheles in Chris Bush’s reworking of Faust for Headlong and the Lyric Hammersmith. Caroline Byrne directs and the production opens on January 28.
To mark the 50th anniversary of George A Romero’s classic zombie movie, Imitating the Dog joins forces with Leeds Playhouse to celebrate the original, via an ambitious shot-by-shot reconstruction that recognises its enduring cultural resonance. It opens on January 28.
The London International Mime Festival is always a source of adventurous, form-bending work. Kiss and Cry Collective returns to the Barbican with a show that combines miniature sets, video recordings and dancing hands. It runs from January 29-February 1.
Having started life at the Tron Theatre, the touring production of Isobel McArthur’s hugely enjoyable, all-female “rip-roaring riff on Jane Austen” returns to Scotland. It runs until February 13.