Among this week's major London theatre openings, in the West End and further afield, are Public Enemy at the Young Vic, Liza (on an E), the Royal Court's Victorian in the Wall, and more: Opening Monday Public Enemy13 May 2013(Previews from 4 May)Ibsen's tale of corruption, pollution and courage comes to the Young Vic in a new version by David Harrower. It runs until 8 June 2013. Opening Wednesday Liza (on an E)15 May 2013(Previews from 14 May)Trevor Ashley makes his West End debut as Liza Minnelli for one week only with a tribute to the star. It runs at the Vaudeville Theatre until 18 May 2013. 4,000 Miles15 May 2013(Previews from 14 May) James Dacre's production of Amy Herzog's 4,000 Miles transfers to The Print Room. With a cast comprising Daniel Boyd, Sara Kestelman, Jing Lusi and Jenny Hulse, it runs until 1 June 2013. These Shining Lives15 May 2013(Previews from 8 May) The inaugural production at the newly built Park Theatre, Melanie Marnich's play is about love, friendship and determination. Starring Charity Wakefield, Honeysuckle Weeks and Alec Newman, it runs until 9 June 2013. Opening Thursday The Victorian in the Wall16 May 2013(Previews from 11 May) A Fuel and Royal Court Theatre co-production by Will Adamsdale telling of a work-shy writer who discovers a Victorian man living in the wall of his flat. It runs at the Royal Court until 8 June 2013. Mess16 May 2013(Previews from 14 May) A new play by Caroline Horton based on her experiences of anorexia, Mess comes to the Battersea Arts Centre, running until 1 June 2013. Opening Friday Pastoral17 May 2013(Previews from 15 May) A play from Thomas Eccleshare directed by Soho Theatre artistic director Steve Marmion, Pastoral runs at the Soho Theatre until 8 June 2013.