Lulu - A Murder Ballad (Royal Opera House)
The Tiger Lillies bring depravity, darkness and death to the Linbury Studio
The Divided Laing (Arcola)
By Alun Hood
Patrick Marmion's new play about experimental psychiatrist R.D. Laing opens at the Arcola
The Homecoming (Trafalgar Studios)
Jamie Lloyd directs the Pinter classic with a cast including Keith Allen and Gemma Chan
The Mikado (London Coliseum)
English National Opera's riotous production hits the funny bone once again
The Body (Barbican Theatre)
The Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award-winners Louise Mari and Nigel Barrett's live art and performance crossover
Flowering Cherry (Finborough Theatre)
By Holly Williams
Robert Bolt's rarely performed play is revived by the west London theatre
Biedermann and the Arsonists (Lilian Baylis Theatre)
An operatic retelling of Max Frisch's black comedy struggles to find its purpose
Derren Brown: Miracle (Palace Theatre)
The illusionist returns to the West End with a new stage show that takes aim at faith healers
The Illusionists (Shaftesbury Theatre)
Jamie Raven leads the West End run of the big-scale magic show
I Want My Hat Back (National Theatre, Temporary Theatre)
This new, somewhat gruesome, adaptation of Jon Klassen's children's book runs over Christmas