Monday 1 September


Liam Tamne joins The Phantom of the Opera


© Dan Wooller

Liam Tamne, whose West End credits include Les Miserables and Wicked, takes over as Raoul in Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera from tonight. He's joined in the new cast by John Ellis as Piangi and Alicia Beck as Meg, both of whom make their West End debuts. Gerónimo Rauch continues as The Phantom, with Harriet Jones staying on as Christine (alternating with Emmi Christensson).

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Tuesday 2 September


Briefs: The Second Coming returns to the London Wonderground

Billed as an "all male, sharp shooting cabaret of burlesque with balls, high flying circus bandits and savage gender offenders", Briefs returns to the London Wonderground, fresh from a run at the Edinburgh Fringe.

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Wednesday 3 September


Little Revolution premieres at the Almeida

Little Revolution
Little Revolution
© Manuel Harlan

London Road co-creator Alecky Blythe returns with a new verbatim drama centring on the 2011 England riots. It opens at the Almeida with a cast including Ronni Ancona and Imogen Stubbs.

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Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games opens at the Palladium

Riverdance creator Michael Flatley makes his final West End appearance in this dance extravaganza featuring guest star Nadine Coyle.

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Thursday 4 September


The Return of the Soldier opens at Jermyn Street Theatre


© Dan Wooller

A new musical centred on the First World War premieres at the Jermyn Street Theatre, with Stewart Clarke (pictured) starring as Captain Christopher Baldry. Also in the cast are Zoë Rainey, Laura Pitt-Pulford, Michael Matus and Charlie Langham.

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The Flouers O'Edinburgh is revived at the Finborough Theatre

With the Scots preparing to go to the polls to vote on independence, the Finborough presents the English premiere of Robert McLellan's "classic Scottish romp", as part of its Scotland season.

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The Comedy of Errors opens at the Globe

Blanche McIntyre directs a revival of Shakespeare's classic twin comedy, with a cast featuring Matthew Needham, Simon Harrison, Brodie Ross and Jamie Wilkes.

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Friday 5 September


The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd opens at the Orange Tree

The Orange Tree's new artistic director Paul Miller (pictured) opens his tenure with a revival of DH Lawrence's classic drama, featuring Ellie Piercy in the title role.

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Saturday 6 September


Last chance to see: Medea

Helen McCrory as Medea
Helen McCrory as Medea
© Richard Hubert Smith

Medea review & tickets.