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Don't miss [Stage, The (UK)]

May 30, 2013



A Midsummer Night's Dream

Shakespeare's Globe

Dominic Dromgoole directs Michelle Terry and John Light, opens tonight (May 30).

The West End Men

Vaudeville Theatre

Lee Mead, Glenn Carter, Stephen Rahman-Hughes, David Thaxton and Matt Willis, joined by Kerry Ellis, in a celebration of show tunes, opening June 3.

Strange Interlude

Lyttelton, National Theatre

Simon Godwin directs Anne- Marie Duff, Emily Plumtree, Darren Pettie and Wilf Scolding in Eugene O'Neill's epic play, opening June 4.

Rutherford and Son

St James Theatre

Jonathan Miller's production of Githa Sowerby's play for Northern Broadsides transfers to London, opens June 5.


A Chorus of Disapproval

Pitlochry Festival Theatre Ayckbourn's comedy joins the repertoire from today (May 30).

The Last Five Years

Epstein Theatre, Liverpool Jason Robert Brown's oneact, two-actor musical returns from June 3-23, featuring Liverpool actors Helen Carter and Stephen Fletcher.

The Firework Maker's Daughter

Northern Stage, Newcastle-upon- Tyne

Operatic re-retelling of Philip Pullman's story, set to music by David Bruce and a libretto by Glyn Maxwell, plays in Newcastle May 31 and June 1.

Why do You Stand There in the Rain?

Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

Peter Arnott's play, a winner of a Fringe First at last year's Edinburgh Festival, returns May 31 and June 1.

TV and radio

Cirque du Soleil: Dralion

Sky Arts 1, Saturday, June 1, 6.20pm

A new production combining ancient circus techniques with the latest technology

Friday Night is Music Night

R2, Friday, May 1 8pm

Musical theatre students from the Arts Educational School

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