Among this week's major London theatre openings, in the West End and further afield, are the NT's Port, Quartermaine's Terms starring Rowan Atkinson, Pinter's Old Times, and more:

Opening Monday

Port
28 January 2013
(Previews from 22 January)

Simon Stephens' play spans 13 years, and is a celebration of the human spirit following Rachael as she looks to the future and opts for somethin better. It runs until 24 March 2013.

Opening Tuesday

Quartermaine's Terms
29 January 2013
(Previews from 23 January)

Simon Gray's account of several years in the lives of seven teachers comes to the Wyndham's Theatre starring Rowan Atkinson. It runs until 13 April 2013.

Opening Wednesday

Tango Fire - Flames of Desire
30 January 2013

Argentinian dance company Tango Fire bring their latest show to the Peacock Theatre, tracing a journey through the history of tango. It runs until 23 February.

Opening Thursday

Tatyana
31 January 2013

One of Brazil's leading contemporary dance companies explores the four main characters from Pushkin's classic novel, Eugene Onegin. Directed by Deborah Colker, it runs at the Barbican until 9 February.


Old Times
31 January 2013
(Previews from 12 January)

Kristin Scott Thomas, Rufus Sewell and Lia Williams star in Harold Pinter's seductive and compelling drama, with Thomas and Williams alternating roles. It runs at the Harold Pinter Theatre until 6 April.


Anjin
31 January 2013

A new play directed by Gregory Doran about the life of English maritime pilot William Adams, Anjin runs at Sadler's Wells until 9 February.

Opening Friday

Feast
1 February 2013
(Previews from 25 January)

Focusing on three sisters on their way to a family dinner, this production is a vibrant exploration of the magnificent Yoruba culture. Playing at the Young Vic, it runs until 23 January.


Liar Liar
1 February 2013
(Previews from 31 January)

E V Crowe's latest play is a contemporary tale about a young girl whose relationship between fact and reality stretches. Directed by Blanche McIntyre, the it runs at the Unicorn Theatre until 6 March.


LIFT
1 February 2013
(Previews from 30 January)

Set in Covent Garden tube station, LIFT explores the innermost thoughts and secrets of eight people. Starring Julie Atherton and Nikki Davis-Jones, LIFT runs at Soho Theatre until 24 February.

Opening Saturday

La Traviata
2 February 2013

One of the most popular of Verdi's operas, La Traviata depicts the world of Parisian highs society as the background to a heart rending story of romantic happiness destroyed. It runs at the London Coliseum until 3 March.