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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Drury Lane Theatre

Director Sam Mendes (above) follows up his block-bustin’ Bond Skyfall with a return to his roots, the stage.

He helms a new musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic about the young boy, magical sweet-maker Willy Wonka and his decidedly weird factory.

The most challenging thing, Mendes says, is making “the familiar feel weird again”.  A tale loved by all, this is going to be one of this year’s tastiest triumphs.

£25+, May 18-Nov 30, 7.30pm; 
Wed/Sat, 2.30pm WC2B 5JF  
Tube | Leicester Square 

A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Noel Coward Theatre

West End star Sheridan Smith (Legally Blonde) and Little Britain star and charity swimmer David Walliams take centre stage for this fourth production in the Michael Grandage season at the Noel Coward Theatre.

The former plays Titania, queen of the fairies, and the latter weaver Bottom in the Bard’s classic comedy where love at first sight proves less a life-changing delight and more an affliction.

An exciting new production of one of the all-time greats.

£10, Sep 7-Nov 16, 7.30pm; 
Wed/Sat, 2.30pm  WC2N 4AU  
Tube | Leicester Square


Knock Yourself Out - The Courtyard

This new play from Tom Holloway with Danielle Watson (This Is England) and Jenni Herzberg (Spooks) leading a top young cast looks at the tough situation facing the youth of today, with unemployment levels and financial instability making it hard to move from the student world to the adult one.

Topical and funny with serious themes, spotlighting problems we all now face.

£16.50, until Mar 24, 7.30pm N1 6EU  
Station | Shoreditch High Street


3Some - Etcetera Theatre

After a sell-out run at last year’s Camden Fringe Festival, where it won rave reviews right across the board and was nominated for pick of the fest by Everything Theatre blog, this quirky, challenging and risqué comedy-drama –about a couple’s drunken night with their best friend – makes a three-week return to the London stage. Must-see.

£9.50, Mar 19-Apr 7,
Times vary NW1 7BU  
Tube | Camden Town


Beautiful Thing - Arts Theatre

A new production of Jonathan Harvey’s 1993 tale of love between two young men on an inner city council estate.

£20+, Apr 13-May 25,
Times vary WC2H 7JB  
Tube | Leicester Square



The Great Gatsby Ballet - Sadler’s Wells

Check out a ballet version of F Scott Fitzgerald’s roaring Twenties state-of-the-nation tale in the same month that Aussie Baz Luhrmann’s big screen version is due to hit, too. 

£12+, May 14-18.
Times vary EC1R 4TN  
Tube | Angel 



Relatively Speaking - Wyndham’s Theatre

The prolific writer Alan Ayckbourn made his breakthrough with this 1967 comedy of errors, where a man sets about trying to ask his girlfriend’s father for her hand in marriage.

The start of one of the most celebrated voices in theatre, this time with Felicity Kendal starring.

£19.50, May 14-Aug 31, 7.30pm;
Wed/Thur/Sat, 2.30pm  WC2H ODA  
Tube | Leic Sq


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