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Sunshine Boys

You’ve only got a few weeks left to catch Hollywood’s favourite shorty, Danny DeVito, in this moving comedy, with one of England’s most respected actors Richard Griffiths.

DeVito, in his West End debut, and Griffiths play a pair of vaudevillian stars reunited for a one-off television special. It’s laughs all round, as old rivalries prevail.

£20 | Until July 28
Savoy Theatre, Savoy Court, Strand, WC2R OET
Tube | Charing Cross


And We Will Laugh At Gilded Butterflies

Two women on death row share their bleakest moment. Proceeds go to the charity Amicus, for US prisoners’ legal representation.

£10 | July 22
Leicester Square Theatre, WC2H 7BX 
Tube | Leicester Square


Julius Caesar

RSC artistic director Gregory Doran draws parallels between African and Roman politics, and puts Shakespeare’s work of tyranny and coup into the backdrop of sub-Sahara. Interestingly, the play will be staged with an all-black British cast.

£26 | Aug 8-Sep 15
Noel Coward Theatre, 85-88 Saint Martin’s Lane, WC2 4AU
Tube | Leicester Square


The Complete World of Sports

Everything from the validity of darts to the curious game of curling is covered in brief- but-madcap fashion.

£17.50 | Jul 17-Aug 15
Arts Theatre, Great Newport St, WC2H 7JB 
Tube | Leicester Square



Pop Idol contestant-come-good Will Young (below) takes to the West End for the first time in this Kander and Ebb stage classic, revived by Rufus Norris. Young stars as the enigmatic Emcee in this musical, set in a Berlin nightclub during the rise of the Nazis.

Former EastEnders actress Michelle Ryan will also make her West End debut in the role of Sally Bowles. The show arrives in London after embarking on a four-week national tour.

£45 | From Oct 3
Savoy Theatre, Savoy Court
Strand, WC2R OET
Tube | Charing Cross


Bush Bazaar Shepherd’s Bush

An array of performers takes over the theatre and, as you roam among them, you decide which acts get your cash, and how much. It’s a kind of buskers’ souk.

Be warned, though, haggling, bartering, begging or stealing will be all par for the course in this very immersive theatre experience presented by Theatre Delicatessen.

£10 | July 31-Aug 18
Bush Theatre, 7 Uxbridge Road, W12 8LJ
Tube | Shepherd’s Bush


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