First seen at Theatre Royal Stratford East earlier this year, Ned Bennett’s acclaimed production of Peter Shaffer’s unsettling play makes a deserved transfer to Trafalgar Studios, opening on July 15.
Clive Owen returns to the West End to star in James Macdonald’s production of Tennessee Williams’ fevered play. Lia Williams and Anna Gunn co-star and it opens on July 16.
Written, directed by and starring Vanessa Redgrave, this new play explores the friendship between her father Michael Redgrave and the poet Stephen Spender during a period of political and social unrest. It opens on July 17.
A mixture of song and spoken word performed by troupe Femmes of Colour, the hit show – by the creators of Hot Brown Honey – takes aim at racism and the patriarchy. The Stage called it “explosive and invigorating”. It’s part of Fades, Braids and Identity – the Barber Shop Chronicles wrap-around season – and runs from July 15-30.
Frantic Assembly, Sh!t Theatre, Hoi Polloi and the Pappy Show are among the companies at this year’s bucolic Suffolk festival. Simon Armitage and Luke Wright will be fulfilling your poetry needs. The festival runs from July 18-21.