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Opening: Donmar's Roots, Jamie Lloyd's Commitments, and Tori Amos musical The Light Princess

Opening this week, in the West End and further afield, include Roots at the Donmar, The Commitments directed by Jamie Lloyd, Tori Amos and Samuel Adamson's The Light Princess, Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain: Part Two and more.

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Rosalie Craig in The Light Princess
Rosalie Craig in The Light Princess
© Brinkhoff/Moegenburg

Opening Tuesday


Roots

8 October 2013

(Previews from 3 October)

Jessica Raine stars as Beatie Bryant in 1958 London where she falls in love with a young socialist and finds a new a life clashing with her past rural life. This show runs at the Donmar Warehouse until 30 November.

The Commitments

8 October 2013

(Previews from 27 September)

Running at the Palace Theatre until 26 January, this musical with soul numbers including "Mustang Sally" and "Try a Little Tenderness" is directed by Jamie Lloyd.

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

8 October 2013

(Previews from 7 October)

This brand new, touring production of the story of Adam and his six brothers who set out to all find wives stars Helena Blackman and runs at the New Wimbledon Theatre until 12 October before touring.

Opening Wednesday


The Light Princess

9 October 2013

(Previews from 25 September)

A new musical by Tori Amos and Samuel Adamson, this dark fairytale about grief, rebellion and the power of love stars Rosalie Craig and plays at the NT Lyttelton until 9 January.

Opening Thursday


The Bakewell Bake Off

10 October 2013

(Previews from 8 October)

Join the folk of Bakewell for their annual bake off at Landor Theatre until 26 October and dig into a fantastic feast of fun!

Opening Saturday


Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain: Part Two

12 October 2013

(Previews from 26 September)

Running at the Garrick Theatre until 5 January, this show will tell real history conveyed in a fun and memorable way with new songs and sketches for audiences aged 6 to 106!

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