Among this week's major London theatre
openings, in the West End and further afield, are Uncle Vanya starring Ken Stott and Anna Friel, NSFW starring Julian Barratt and Janie Dee, The Kingdom at the Soho Theatre, and more:
Russell Maliphant - The Rodin Project 29 October 2012
Award-winning choreographer Russell Maliphant brings his latest work, inspired by the works of French sculptor Auguste Rodin, back to London. It runs at Sadler's Wells until 31 October.
Colin Teevan returns to the Soho Theatre following his production of The Bee with a
play rooted in the dramas of ancient Greece. In collaboration with director Lucy Pitman-Wallace, The Kingdom runs at the Soho Theatre until 17 November.
Polish theatre company TR Warszawa return to the Barbican with Nosferatu, based on Bram Stoker's Dracula. Director Grzegorz Jarzyna uses the vampiric myth to explore what lies
between an idea and the reality, and between light and shade. It runs until 3 November.
Author Lucy Kirkwood makes her Royal Court debut with NSFW, a new comedy looking at power games and privacy in the media and beyond. Starring Julian Barratt and Janie Dee, it runs at the Royal Court until 24 November.