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7.59 on the Northern Line
17and 18 July, 7.30pm



1st to 13th September
Tuesday to Sunday 7.30pm
Matinee Saturday and Sunday 3pm
Tickets £15

For a strictly-limited two week run, this exciting new revival will utilise the intimacy of London Theatre Workshop’s space with a talented and versatile cast of thirteen actors in multiple roles. Originally staged on Broadway and in London at the Donmar Warehouse, the multi-Olivier nominated show features music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown, the virtuosic composer of “Last Five Years” “Songs For a New World” “The Bridges of Madison County” and book by Academy Award winner Alfred Uhry, screenplay writer of “Driving Miss Daisy”.

Parade is based on the true story of Leo Frank, a Jewish factory manager from Brooklyn accused of the murder of a 13 year old employee. Set in Atlanta, Georgia at the beginning of the twentieth century, the story builds around Leo Frank’s trial as it becomes sensationalised by the bigoted, zionistic press, against a backdrop of National uncertainty and change.

The Broadway production of ‘Parade’ was garnered with two Tony awards for Best Book and Best Music as well as the Best New Musical at the Drama Desk and The New York Drama Critic’s Circle Awards

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1 and 13 September, 7.30pm


Through the Mill

1 December – 19 December, 2015
Tuesday-Saturday Evenings 8pm
Saturday and Sunday Matinees 5pm
Tickets £15
A new play, written by Ray Rackham: Artistic Director of London Theatre Workshop, and librettist lyricist of last Christmas’ 5* smash, Apartment 40C. Directed by Max Reynolds with Choreography by Chris Whittaker.
Be it on film, on stage, or in people’s living rooms every Sunday evening, Judy Garland was, and continues to be, one of the golden age of Hollywood’s brightest stars. As conflicted as she was celebrated, this new play goes beyond the rainbow and explores the life of a woman destined for greatness; a woman who is as loved today as she was when she made her way along the yellow brick road.
Featuring a veritable hit-list of Garland standards, performed live by a cast of twelve, Through the Mill promises to be a highlight of the Christmas calendar for both audiences new to the entertainer’s extensive back catalogue in the world of film and music, as well as the true Garland aficionado.

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I Love You Because…

24 to 28 November, 2015
Tuesday-Saturday Evenings 7.45pm
Tickets £15

Book & Lyrics by RYAN CUNNINGHAM

Following a hugely successful run of HOT MIKADO at The Garrick Theatre, Lichfield earlier this year, critically acclaimed House of GreasePaint Productions make their debut at London Theatre Workshop with the hit musical comedy, ‘I LOVE YOU BECAUSE…’.

I LOVE YOU BECAUSE is a modern twist on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice , set in contemporary New York City. A young, uptight greeting card writer’s life is changed when he meets a flighty photographer. Along with their eccentric friends and siblings, they learn to love each other not in spite of their faults, but because of them.

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24 – 28 November, 2015




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Date: Wednesday 21st June – Saturday 8th July
Time: 7:30pm (With Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 2:30pm)
Price: £14 general, £12 concession
Age Recommendation 14+

a new play by Brandon Force, Matthew McCray, and Rowena Russell

“First they let girls join the Scouts, now they’ve created a uniform especially for Muslims. What’s next, atheists!?”

It’s the Summer of 2012. Scout Troop Hoddesdon 9th is in training for a competition against hundreds of other troops. The time has come to tighten those woggles and learn some drills! Order quickly deteriorates as the troop’s six scouts drift into playful imaginary escapades, role-playing and games of power. Scouting policies are under attack nationwide, and now this troop’s members are developing some questions of their own.

TRIBE is a new play about the history, principles and values of Scouting, their intersection with national pride and expansion, and their relevance with the youth of today. Created by an international collaboration, the play explores the impact of changes in Scout policies in the UK to support inclusion, gender parity and religion.
London Theatre Workshop, 88 Gracechurch Street, London, EC3V 0DN
Above New Moon Pub, Leadenhall Market

This production has been supported by London Theatre Workshop throughout its development.
This production is not endorsed by the Scout Association. It is a work of fiction.

Ordinary Days


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Date: Monday, May 29 to Saturday, June 17
Time: 8pm
Matinee: Wednesday, June 14 at 3pm

Price: £15 general, £12 concession
Monday and Tuesday – “Industry Nights” – £12 for Spotlight and Equity members.
Concessions – £12 for anyone over 65 and students with ID
Group rates – £12 for groups of 8 or more

Ordinary Days follows the parallel lives of four New Yorkers struggling to find meaning in the madness: Claire, who can’t let go of her past; Jason, determined to begin their future together; Warren, an artist who’s lost his sense of purpose; and Deb, a student who’s lost her thesis notes. It is a witty, poignant, and ultimately very relatable story about human connection and finding beauty in unexpected places. New York Times reviewer Charles Isherwood wrote that “Ordinary Days… captures with stinging clarity that uneasy moment in youth when doubts begin to cloud hopes for a future of unlimited possibility.”

Follow the journey of the production on Twitter at @OrdinayDaysLDN / #OrdinaryDaysLDN.


City of Champions

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Dates: 17 July – 5 August
17/18/19th July – Previews
20th July – Press Night
29 July  – Matinee performance(2:30pm)
5 August – last performance
NO Sunday/Monday performances (EXCEPT first preview)
Time: All evening performances start 7:30pm (No latecomers will be admitted)
Price: All tickets are £15
Not suitable for children, contains strong language and adult themes


CITY OF CHAMPIONS‘ is a new play by Steve  Brown

Set in 2010 in the city of Inglewood, Los Angeles, it focuses on two former nineteen-eighties child superstars, Lonnie Drake and Laurie Munro, who are living with the after effects of early stardom and abuse as teen stars.

Lonnie, a recovering alcoholic, is married and still working in the industry. Laurie, although clean after numerous trips to rehab, is broke and unemployable. He is living in the ‘guest lodge’ in Lonnie’s back garden. Desperate for work and money, a job opportunity presents itself but it means working once again with the director who abused him during his teen career.

A reunion with someone from his past and an unwelcome visit from an old colleague act as the catalyst for Laurie to make a decision to take control of his situation and change everybody’s lives.

Not suitable for children, contains strong language and adult themes.



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King Cowboy Rufus Rules The Universe


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Dates: 14 August – 26 August Tues-Sat then Mon-Sat
Time: 7.30pm  (No latecomers will be admitted)
Run time: 1 hour 10 mins
Price: All tickets are £15

Welcome to Planet Rufus

Rufus is and is not the President of the United States and is the Imitation Donald Trump. He is a cowboy who dreams of being king of the universe. Only, in the first instance, he isn’t really a cowboy, he’s a foppish English gentleman who dreams of being ‘a real American cowboy’. This Imitation King Cowboy Donald Trump is a wild bull raging inside the world’s china shop — attacked by cocooned babies, whores and worldly wise grizzly bears. Turning away from sexual exploitation, he is transformed by the alchemy of inevitable private catastrophe.

This politically explosive but terrifyingly subversive musical play is a savage indictment of the rotten cowboy Donald Trump.


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