What's On in Covent Garden & Strand

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  • American Buffalo at Wyndham's Theatre

    Drama

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    Wyndham's Theatre WC2H 0DA [map]

    Damian Lewis returns to the West End stage to star in a revival of David Mamet's gripping 1975 play American Buffalo.

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  • A View From The Bridge at Wyndham's Theatre

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    Wyndham's Theatre WC2H 0DA [map]

    The acclaimed Young Vic production of Arthur Miller's American classic A View From The Bridge transfers to Wyndham's Theatre this winter.

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  • Der Fliegende Hollander at Royal Opera House

    Theatre

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    Royal Opera House WC2E 9DD [map]

    Wagner's unforgettable tale of a man damned to sail the seas.


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  • Die Zauberflote at Royal Opera House

    Opera

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    Royal Opera House WC2E 9DD [map]

    Mozart's magical and gloriously tune-filled quest for enlightenment. David McVicar's much loved production of Mozart's The Magic Flute returns for its latest revival. This best loved opera is an irresistable journey of love and enlightment that is full of wonderful tunes, not to mention plenty of comedy, pathos and superb plot in which good , of course, eventually triumphs over evil. 


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  • Onegin at the Royal Opera House

    Ballet

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    Royal Opera House WC2E 9DD [map]

    Book now to see the Royal Ballet's superb production of Onegin at the Royal Opera House in London.

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  • Rise And Fall Of The City Of Mahagonny at Royal Opera House

    Opera

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    Royal Opera House WC2E 9DD [map]

    Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht's satiric opera was written to throw a salutary chill over the warmth of comfortable art. It was opera as anti opera, and had a stormy reception when first performed in 1930. In this new production for The Royal Opera House, director John Fulljames and designers Es Devlin and Christina Cunningham show that 80 years have sharpended  the opera's observations on the city's corrupting encouragement of greed and excess- whether through money, drink or sex. In the end, even God washes his hands of this dystopia of mankind unchecked. 


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  • Shakespeare in Love at the Noel Coward Theatre

    Theatre

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    Noel Coward Theatre WC2N 4AU [map]

    This witty romantic comedy appears on the stage for the first time.

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  • Swan Lake at the Royal Opera House

    Ballet

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    Royal Opera House WC2E 9DD [map]

    See Anthony Dowell's opulent production of Swan Lake at the Royal Opera House this spring.


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  • The Mousetrap at St Martin's Theatre

    Drama

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    St Martins Theatre WC2H 9NZ [map]

    Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap is the longest running play in the world. Who's the murderer? Come and find out!

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  • Ballet Folklorico De Mexico at London Coliseum

    Dance

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    London Coliseum WC2N 4ES [map]

    Mexico's national dance company return to London for the first time in more than twenty years for five performances only. Forty dancers and sixteen musicians present this captivating spectacle of live music and dance drawing on Mexico’s rich and varied history. The Ballet Folklórico de México has travelled to more than 60 countries and has been praised universally by the critics and audiences of millions.


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  • Bend It Like Beckham at the Phoenix Theatre

    Musical

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    Phoenix Theatre WC2H 0JP [map]

    A funny uplifting adaptation of the much-loved hit film about refusing to watch from the sidelines, bending the rules, and scoring that deciding goal.

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  • Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum

    Media Art Exhibition

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    The London Film Museum: Covent Garden WC2E 7BN [map]

    Bond in Motion is the largest collection of official James Bond vehicles to ever be displayed in London. The exhibition includes models, production art, props and iconic vehicles including the…

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  • Carmen - English National Opera at London Coliseum

    Opera

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    London Coliseum WC2N 4ES [map]

    A passionate tale of lust, seduction and betrayal, no ther opera boasts as popular a following as Bizet's Carmen. Set during  the dying days of Franco's Spain, Calixto Bieito's acclaimed production of this must see opera has been enjoyed by audiences across Europe.

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  • Carmina Burana / Serenade at London Coliseum

    Classical Music

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    London Coliseum WC2N 4ES [map]

    In the year that marks Director David Bintley's 20th year with Birmingham Royal Ballet, this programme celebrates this two decade lond relationship by combining an early piece by one of Bintley's heroes, George Balanchine, with the first ballet Bintley created for the company as Director, Carmina Burana.


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  • Di And Viv and Rose at the Vaudeville Theatre

    Comedy Theatre

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    Vaudeville Theatre WC2R 0NH [map]

    Di and Viv and Rose is a funny and honest exploration of friendship's impact on life, and life's impact on friendship.

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  • Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at Savoy Theatre

    Musical

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    Savoy Theatre WC2R 0ET [map]

    Sophisticated and suave with a good dash of mischief, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels starring Robert Lindsay and Rufus Hound is set to be the finest night out of 2014.

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  • Dutch National Ballet - Cinderella at London Coliseum

    Dance

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    London Coliseum WC2N 4ES [map]

    A brand new Cinderella ballet, choreographed by the internationally acclaimed Christopher Wheeldon, will be performed live at the London Coliseum in July 2015. Premiered by the Dutch National Ballet at Dutch National Opera & Ballet in December 2012 to a rapturous reception from both ballet fans and critics alike, this will be the first time the ballet has been performed on stage outside the Netherlands.


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  • English National Opera: La Traviata at London Coliseum

    Opera

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    London Coliseum WC2N 4ES [map]

    La Traviata tells the moving story of how the beatiful but fragile courtesan Violetta is coerced into the sacrificing her one hope of personal happiness for the sake of her lover's reputation. 

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  • English National Opera: The Pirates Of Penzance at London Coliseum

    Opera

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    London Coliseum WC2N 4ES [map]

    Sentimental pirates, blundering policeman, absurd adventures and improbable paradoxes- Gilbert and Sullivan's dazzling The Pirates Of Penzance comes to ENO in a highly anticipated new production from renowned film maker and director Mike Leigh.  This much loved comic opera is a showcase of brilliant humour and razor sharp wit and features a sparkling score full of memorable melodies and catchy tunes. 

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  • English National Opera: The Queen of Spades at London Coliseum

    Opera

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    London Coliseum WC2N 4ES [map]

    Based on a short story by Pushkin, Tchaikovsky's opera about greed and obbsession is packed with soaring melodies and sumptuous orchestration. This rich score will be conducted by Edward Gardner in his final production with ENO as Music Director. Following on from their critically acclaimed collobrations on Otello and Peter Grimes, he reunites with Olivier Award winning Director David Alden from the company's first production of The Queen Of Spades in over 20 years. 

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