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

OPENING MONDAY

Uncle Vanya
18 JUNE 2012

The Print Room's acclaimed revival of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, starring Iain Glen and Charlotte Emmerson, returns to the Notting Hill venue for a limited run to 7 July.

OPENING TUESDAY

The Last of the Haussmans
19 JUNE 2012
(PREVIEWS FROM 7 JUNE)

Julie Walters, Rory Kinnear and Helen McCrory star in Stephen Beresford's new play about a bohemian family living on the Devon coast. Directed by Howard Davies, it continues in rep in the NT Lyttelton until 11 October.

OPENING WEDNESDAY

Democracy
20 JUNE 2012
(PREVIEWS FROM 15 JUNE)

Sheffield Theatres' revival of Michael Frayn's 2003 play transfers to the Old Vic for a run to 28 July.

The Sunny Side of the Street

(PREVIEWS FROM 19 JUNE)

Rosemary Ashe, Helen Hobson, Leanne Jones, Jane Milligan and Shona White star in a musical tribute to Oscar-winning lyricist Dorothy Fields at the Jermyn Street Theatre. Until 7 July.

The Prophet
(PREVIEWS FROM 14 JUNE)

Christopher Haydon directs the premiere of Hassan Abdulrazzak's new play, drawn from testimony from those involved with the 2011 Egyptian revolution, at the Gate Theatre, where it runs until 21 July.

OPENING THURSDAY

Utopia
21 JUNE 2012
(PREVIEWS FROM 20 JUNE)

Comedian Rufus Hound makes his acting debut in Steve Marmion and Max Roberts' jointly-directed play about "six clowns in search of Utopia", which transfers to Soho Theatre for a run to 14 July.

Crow
(PREVIEWS FROM 18 JUNE)

Handspring Puppet Company (War Horse) present a new adaptation of Ted Hughes' celebrated Crow poems at Borough Hall, running until 30 June as part of this year's Greenwich+Docklands International Festival.

OPENING FRIDAY

The Fix
22 JUNE 2012
(PREVIEWS FROM 20 JUNE)

John Dempsey and music by Dana P. Rowe's 1997 satirical musical is revived at the Union Theatre with a run to 14 July.