Among this week's major London theatre
openings, in the West End and further afield, are Cabaret starring Will Young & Michelle Ryan, Damned by Despair at the National, Idina Menzel's London concerts, and more:
instantly recognizable music and a timeless story of good against evil, Tchaikovsky's
Swan Lake is one of the most famous ballets. Anthony Dowell's
production draws upon the opulent style of 1890s Russia. It runs at the Royal Opera House until 24 November.
Broadway star Idina Menzel brings her solo concert to the UK. Featuring a mixture of musical theatre, classic songs and originals, Menzel plays at the Apollo Theatre until 14 October. Read our interview with Menzel here, and why not come on our Outing?
Taking unexpected turns as it follows the intertwined fates
of two strangers, this story by Spanish dramatist
Tirso di Molina is brought to vivid life in Frank McGuinness' new
version. It runs at the NT Olivier until 17 December.
stakes and suspenseful exploration of memory, truth and perception, Tape comes to London for
its first West End run, ten years on from its New York premiere. Starring Marc Elliott, it runs at the Trafalgar Studios until 10 November.