The Royal Court receives four Olivier Awards

At Sunday night’s Olivier Awards, ‘The Ferryman’ received Best New Play, Best Director (Sam Mendes) and Best Actress for Original Cast Member (Laura Donnelly), while Killology by Gary Owen won Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre.

‘The Ferryman’ had its world premier at The Royal Court in April 2017 and due to overwhelming success, transferred to the West End. Including current cast members, Rosalie Craig and Owen McDonnell, the play closes at the Gielgud Theatre on 19 May, before opening on Broadway in October. Don’t miss your last chance to see it in London, book here!

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The Gift

‘The Gift’ will be on stage at the Chelsea Theatre this April and is sure to give you a wonderful evening of entertainment.

Critics have described Edward Dermontford as one of the ‘most widely respected and sublimely gifted actors of his generation’ whilst friends have admired him as a ‘spectacular and exemplary gentleman’. His phenomenal career as an actor has earned him countless accolades including an Academy Award win for ‘Fresh Young Actor’. 30 years in the industry, Edward proclaims his conquering of the acting world, following a second Academy Award nomination which means it’s time to party!

In the audience, you will join Edward and some of his friends during their evening’s celebrations following his nomination. Drinks are flowing, scandal is spread and attitudes are questioned as Hollywood producers, distinguished directors, silver-screen beauties reflect upon his life and seemingly unstoppable career. The evening however takes a turn for the unexpected; will it prove Edward to be the idol he appears or will the night expose painful realities he thought long extinguished? Will this seemingly intimate and pleasant gathering uncover the cost of success and ambition?

Book your tickets here to see the action unfold in this exciting performance.

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Instructions for Great Assembly

Harry and Max were not satisfied with their first attempt at parenting so they’re giving it a second go. This time, they’ve got a 30 day money back guarantee and an easy to follow instruction manual. Surely this will result in parenting perfection?

“This might be a little more complicated than the bed but still, I’m sure it’s the kind of thing we can crack on our own.”

Follow the pair, in Thomas Eccleshare’s Royal Court debut, as they follow the manual step-by-step. Enjoy the hugely entertaining performance which explores the themes of power, control, gender and of course, 21st Century parenting.

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Royal Court Chelsea

Grimly Handsome

Taking place inside The Site, a new performance space at Chelsea’s Royal Court, this is an adaptation of award-winning play Grimly Handsome. Exploring the boundaries of an unnamed American city, this is a thrilling piece of theatre that’s bound to inspire with its dense yet darkly comedic material.

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Chelsea Theatre

Once Upon a Snowflake

Theatre company Paper Balloon lights up the Chelsea Theatre with their contemporary Christmas show, the perfect alternative to the more traditional productions during the festive period. Follow the story of missing Liza and the tiny elf-like creatures with a fascination for snowflakes. Designed to entertain the whole family, Once Upon a Snowflake is now booking for the festive season.

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Bad Roads Royal Court

Bad Roads

Written by Natal’ya Vorozhbit, heralded as the leading Ukrainian playwright of her generation, Bad Roads tells the story of what it’s like to be a woman in wartime. Translated by Sasha Dugdale and directed by Vicky Featherstone, this production is set to be thought provoking and powerful.

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