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

OPENING TONIGHT

One Man, Two Guvnors
MONDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2011
(PREVIEWS FROM 8 NOVEMBER)


The National Theatre production of Richard Bean's Evening Standard Award-winning comedy transfers to the West End’s Adelphi Theatre, replete with leading man James Corden.

Judgement Day
(PREVIEWS FROM 17 NOVEMBER)

Michael Pennington and Penny Downie lead the cast of James Dacre’s production of Judgement Day, adapted by Mike Poulton from Ibsen’s When We Dead Awaken, at The Print Room in Notting Hill. Until 17 December.

OPENING TUESDAY

The Riots
22 NOVEMBER 2011
(PREVIEWS FROM 17 NOVEMBER)

Nicolas Kent kicks off his final season in charge of Kilburn's Tricycle Theatre by directing Gillian Slovo's documentary examination of the riots that spread across London and the UK earlier this year. Until 10 December.

OPENING WEDNESDAY


Madame Tussaud - Waxing Lyrical
23 NOVEMBER 2011
(PREVIEWS FROM 22 NOVEMBER)

Judith Paris' one-woman play examines the remarkable life of the 18th-century model maker at the New Diorama Theatre, where it runs until 10 December.

The Kitchen Sink

(PREVIEWS FROM 16 NOVEMBER)

Tamara Harvey directs Tom Wells' new play, centring on a family in Withernsea, Yorkshire, at the recently relocated Bush Theatre, where it continues until 17 December.

OPENING THURSDAY

Matilda
24 NOVEMBER 2011
(PREVIEWS FROM 25 OCTOBER)

The Royal Shakespeare Company's award-winning production of Tim Minchin and Dennis Kelly's musical adaptation of Roald Dahl's classic chidren's book transfers to the West End's Cambridge Theatre.

OPENING SATURDAY


A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings
26 NOVEMBER 2011
(PREVIEWS FROM 19 NOVEMBER)

The Little Angel Theatre teams with Kneehigh to present a family-friendly adaptaion of Gabriel Garcia Marquez's short story, which runs over the festive period until 29 January 2012.