Local theatre productions and exhibitions.
"Welcome to the all new Southwark arena," declares the the 'DJ' opening Tanzi Libre at the new Southwark Playhouse.
You would be hard pushed to guess that Public Enemy was written in 1882 if you did not know it to be an Ibsen.
The Tempest is one of Shakespeare's most bizarre plays combining a lightness of touch with much darker themes.
One man's extraordinary on-stage portrayal of his stroke and subsequent recovery.
Terence Rattigan's play The Winslow Boy at The Old Vic is a pre-World War One story with many 21st-century resonances.
The little-known Stone Theatre Gallery under the railway arches off Hercules Road is for a month filled with huge marble sculpture and large forest photographs.
Fevered Sleep's evocative ode to a lost rural idyll, performed in an unconventional manner.
Christopher Marlowe's first play is also his weakest; and this is, unfortunately, reflected in the Rose's production.
An impressive revival of a long absent musical, but one which leaves you questioning why it was revived at all.
A fast-paced Hamlet which still manages to surprise, despite the play's familiarity.
A spectacular journey through the history of the Yoruba diaspora.
It was always going to be hard to pull off a comedy which combines the mundane with the supernatural. This is a valiant effort, but it ultimately fails to match its own high ambitions.
This modern world premiere of a play once (wrongly) attributed to Shakespeare is entertaining in itself. But its illumination of the genius of the world's most famous Bard provides the greatest appeal.
A faultless show from the doyen of musical theatre and Shakespeare.
If you didn't catch 'Theatre Uncut' at the Young Vic, then you're already too late. For this year at least.