Among this week's major London theatre openings, in the West End and further afield, are A Chorus Line, the Royal Court's If You Don't Let Us Dream, We Won't Let You Sleep, The Tailor Made Man, Macbeth, and more:
Written by Anders Lustgarden, the play delves into the questionable ethics behind the world of banking and finance and it challenges the current political concept of austerity head on by exploring its core ethos and provides an alternative. It runs at the Royal Court until 9 March 2013.
The true story of William Haines, the silent screen star who was fired by Louis B Mayer of MGM Studios because he was gay, The Tailor Made Man stars Faye Tozer and Mike McShane and runs at the Arts Theatre until 6 April.
Coalition 21 February 2013 (Previews from 19 February)
Telling the story of a coalition government in 2015, Coalition stars Jo Caulfield, Thom Tuck and Phill Jupitus. Following a succesful Edinburgh run, it runs at the Pleasance until 10 March.
Macbeth 22 February 2013 (Previews from 9 February)