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Opening: Djinns of Eidgah, Tim Rice's From Here to Eternity and Tamzin Outhwaite and Robert Webb in Raving

Opening this week, in the West End and further afield, includes The Djinns of Eidgah at the Royal Court, Tim Rice's From Here to Eternity, Raving at the Hampstead, and more

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Promotional image for From Here to Eternity featuring Darius Campbell, Rebecca Thornhill, Siubhan Harrison and Robert Lonsdale
Promotional image for From Here to Eternity featuring Darius Campbell, Rebecca Thornhill, Siubhan Harrison and Robert Lonsdale
© Nick Clements

Opening Tuesday


The Djinns of Eidgah

22 October 2013

(Previews from 18 October)

Abhishek Majumdar's play interweaves true stories and testimonies with Islamic storytelling, and runs at the Royal Court until 9 November.

Crowning Glory

22 October 2013

(Previews from 17 October)

Returning to the Theatre Royal, Stratford East following a run last year, Crowning Glory sees an all-female cast sharing the trials and tribulations of their hair, trying to uncover the true meaning of beauty. It runs until 9 November.

Opening Wednesday


From Here to Eternity

23 October 2013

(Previews from 30 September)

The world premiere of Tim Rice's musical based on the classic novel stars Darius Campbell and Robert Lonsdale. It runs at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Don't miss our Outing on 30 October.

Opening Thursday


Raving

24 October 2013

(Previews from 17 October)

Tamzin Outhwaite, Sarah Hadland and Robert Webb star in Simon Paisley Day's comedy, a study of modern parenting and matrimonial tribulations. It runs at the Hampstead Theatre until 23 November.

Fog

24 October 2013

(Previews from 22 October)

Fog, a collaboration between a male actor in his twenties and an established female writer/performer in her sixties is directed by Che Walker and runs until 10 November 2013.

Opening Friday


Two

25 October 2013

(Previews from 24 October)

Deafinitely Theatre bring Jim Cartwright's play to the Southwark Playhouse for a limited run until 16 November.

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