Amongst the major London openings, in the West End and further afield, this week are:

OPENING MONDAY

Goodbye to All That
27 FEBRUARY 2012
(PREVIEWS FROM 23 FEBRUARY)

Luke Norris’ new play, directed by Simon Godwin, premieres in the Royal Court Upstairs as part of the Young Writers Festival, continuing until 17 March.

OPENING TUESDAY

Floyd Collins
28 FEBRUARY 2012
(PREVIEWS FROM 22 FEBRUARY)

Tina Landau and Adam Guettel’s award-winning musical about the legendary cave explorer is revived at Southwark Playhouse starring Glenn Carter and Robyn North. Until 31 March.

The Lady from the Sea
(PREVIEWS FROM 17 FEBRUARY)

Joely Richardson stars as Ellida in Ibsen’s The Lady from the Sea at the Rose Theatre, Kingston, directed by Stephen Unwin and running until 17 March.

OPENING WEDNESDAY

Snookered

29 FEBRUARY 2012
(PREVIEWS FROM 28 FEBRUARY)

Tamasha presents its production of Ishy Din's new play, centring on the challenges facing the current generation of British Asian youth, at the Bush Theatre, where it runs to 24 March.

OPENING THURSDAY

The Leisure Society
1 MARCH 2012
(PREVIEWS FROM 28 FEBRUARY)

Supermodel Agyness Deyn makes her stage acting debut in François Archambault’s comedy The Leisure Society, which runs at Trafalgar Studios 2 until 31 March.

Don Juan Comes Back from the War
(PREVIEWS FROM 28 FEBRUARY)

Ödön von Horváth’s play, set in Germany in the aftermath of the Great War, is revived at the Finborough Theatre in a new version by Duncan Macmillan. Until 24 March.

The Summer House
(PREVIEWS FROM 28 FEBRUARY)

Will Adamsdale's new comedy, about "three not-so-alpha-males" on a stag trip in Iceland, premieres at the Gate Theatre with a run to 24 March.

OPENING FRIDAY

One Man, Two Guvnors
2 MARCH 2012

The National’s award-winning production of Richard Bean’s adaptation of Goldoni's Servant of Two Masters transfers to the Theatre Royal Haymarket with a new cast led by Owain Arthur.