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Speed-The-Plow

  • Directed by: Lindsay Posner
  • Written by: David Mamet

Lindsay Lohan makes her West End stage debut David Mamet's biting satire of Hollywood about two down-on-their-luck film producers, whose dreams of a blockbuster hit are derailed by a sassy secretary. Director by Lindsay Posner.

Playhouse Theatre, London WC2N

Wed 24 Sep

£25–£59.50 / 0844 871 7627

  • 19:45

Thu 25 Sep

£25–£59.50 / 0844 871 7627

  • 19:45

Fri 26 Sep

£25–£59.50 / 0844 871 7627

  • 19:45
…and 56 more dates until 29 Nov

Same Time Next Year

  • Directed by: Frank Augur
  • Written by: Bernard Slade

A contemporary comedy written by Bernard Slade and directed by Frank Augur.

Woodley Theatre, The Oakwood Centre, Reading

Tue 25 Nov

£10 (£8) / 0118 969 0356

  • 19:45

Wed 26 Nov

£10 (£8) / 0118 969 0356

  • 19:45

Thu 27 Nov

£10 (£8) / 0118 969 0356

  • 19:45
…and 2 more dates until 29 Nov

Singin' In The Rain

  • Directed by: Jonathan Church
  • Written by: Nacio Herb Brown (music)

Jonathan Church directs the musical based on the MGM film about the end of silent movies and the start of a new Golden Age. The cast features Maxwell Caulfield as studio boss RF Simpson and pop singer Faye Tozer as starlet Lina Lamont.

Mayflower Theatre, Southampton

Fri 19 Sep

£15–£40; £20–£45 / 023 8071 1811

  • 19:30

Sat 20 Sep

£15–£40; £20–£45 / 023 8071 1811

  • 14:00
  • 19:30

Sun 21 Sep

£15–£40; £20–£45 / 023 8071 1811

  • 14:00
…and 12 more dates until 5 Oct

After Miss Julie: The Barn Theatre Club

  • Directed by: Darren Barsby
  • Written by: Patrick Marber

Escalating sexual and class tensions end in tragedy for Miss Julie in Patrick Marber's reworking of Strindberg's classic, moving the action from the original nineteenth-century Sweden to the England of 1945 - specifically to 26th July, the day of the Labour Party's landslide election victory. Miss Julie is the daughter of…

Barn Theatre, Welwyn Garden City

Fri 21 Nov

£11 / 01707 324300

  • 20:00

Sat 22 Nov

£11 / 01707 324300

  • 20:00

Mon 24 Nov

£11 / 01707 324300

  • 20:00
…and 5 more dates until 29 Nov

Butterfly In Shades Of Blue

  • Written by: Ed Penney

Red Bullet Productions UK presents a romantic comedy-drama by Ed Penney, following Stephen and Vicky as they meet on four separate occasions in the back room of a nightclub.

Dovehouse Theatre, Solihull

Fri 19 Sep

£10 (£8) / 0121 706 7139

  • 19:30

Sat 20 Sep

£10 (£8) / 0121 706 7139

  • 19:30
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Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival

Film festival for anyone interested in cinema and Spanish and Latin American culture. Featuring work from directors including Fernando Franco and Jonás Trueba, Icíar Bollaín, Cesc Gay and Gracia Querejeta.

Filmhouse, Edinburgh

Wed 8 Oct

£8.20 (£6; Children £2.60; Seniors £6; Students £6) / 0131 228 2688

  • 10:00

Thu 9 Oct

£8.20 (£6; Children £2.60; Seniors £6; Students £6) / 0131 228 2688

  • 10:00

Fri 10 Oct

£8.20 (£6; Children £2.60; Seniors £6; Students £6) / 0131 228 2688

  • 10:00
…and 2 more dates until 12 Oct

University of Edinburgh

Fri 10 Oct

£20 (£17)

  • 15:30

Frankie & Johnny In The Clair De Lune

A tender and funny fledging romance between wise-cracking chef Johnny and the cautious, vulnerable Frankie unfolds over one memorable night in a New York apartment. Dervla Kirwan plays Frankie.

Chichester Festival Theatre

Thu 6 Nov

£18–£33; £8.50 age 16-25 / 01243 781312

  • 19:45 – 22:15

Fri 7 Nov

£18–£33; £8.50 age 16-25 / 01243 781312

  • 19:45 – 22:15

Sun 9 Nov

£18–£33; £8.50 age 16-25 / 01243 781312

  • 14:45 – 17:15
  • 19:45 – 22:15
…and 23 more dates until 5 Dec

Jane Eyre

  • Directed by: Bryony J Thompson
  • Written by: Bryony J Thompson (adaptation)

Bryony J Thompson's adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's Gothic novel set in 1840s northern England. With Lily Beck, Philip Honeywell, Helen Keeley, Hannah Maddison, Rob Pomfret, and Joss Wyre.

Venue Cymru, Llandudno

Sat 14 Mar 2015

£11.50–£12.50 / 01492 872000

  • 19:30

Lotty's War

A romantic thriller set on the occupied Channel Islands during the Second World War, based on a collection of unpublished diaries discovered in Guernsey.

Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne

Mon 22 Sep

£14.50–£20; £14.50; £14.50–£22; £14.50–£17.50 / 01323 412000

  • 19:45

Tue 23 Sep

£14.50–£20; £14.50; £14.50–£22; £14.50–£17.50 / 01323 412000

  • 19:45

Wed 24 Sep

£14.50–£20; £14.50; £14.50–£22; £14.50–£17.50 / 01323 412000

  • 14:30
  • 19:45
…and 3 more dates until 27 Sep

Lotty's War

A second world war-set thriller and romantic drama, set in the occupied Channel Islands. Featuring Mark Letheren, Olivia Hallinan and Adam Gillen.

The Forum Theatre, Billingham

Tue 28 Oct

£22; £20; £25; £26 (£23) / 01642 552663

  • 19:30

Wed 29 Oct

£22; £20; £25; £26 (£23) / 01642 552663

  • 14:30
  • 19:30

Thu 30 Oct

£22; £20; £25; £26 (£23) / 01642 552663

  • 19:30
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Love Letters Straight From Your Heart

Music and text which has been chosen and written by the audience makes up this unique, intimate performance.

Gaiety Theatre, Ayr

Mon 3 Nov

£10 / 01292 288235

  • 15:00

The Merrier: Laura Batey

  • Written by: Laura Batey

Join Fran, her twin brother, friends and her 13 year old sister at a dinner party. Conversation and alcohol flows and sordid pasts come to light.

ADC Theatre, Cambridge

Wed 5 Nov

£6 (£5) / 01223 300085

  • 23:00

Thu 6 Nov

£6 (£5) / 01223 300085

  • 23:00

Fri 7 Nov

£6 (£5) / 01223 300085

  • 23:00

Sat 8 Nov

£6 (£5) / 01223 300085

  • 23:00

Wuthering Heights

  • Written by: Chris Hall (adapt)

A performance piece which takes as its starting point Emily Bronte's romantic novel and the disturbing character of Heathcliffe. Created in collaboration with Murray Wason, Chris Hall, Nick Anderson and Thom Scullion, the production explores aspects of contemporary maleness.

Brighton Dome

Sat 20 Sep

Studio Theatre

£12 (£10) / 01273 709709

  • 19:00
  • 21:15

The North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford

Tue 23 Sep

£13 (£11) / 01865 319450

  • 20:00

Pride And Prejudice

Two actors from Two Bit Classics play 21 different characters in a comical and romantic take on Jane Austen's novel.

Artrix, Bromsgrove

Fri 17 Oct

£14 (£12) / 01527 577330

  • 20:00

The Arts Centre, Ormskirk

Thu 20 Nov

Rose Theatre

£10 (£8) / 01695 584480

  • 19:30

Artsdepot, London N12

Tue 4 Nov

Studio Theatre

£14 (£12) / 020 8369 5454

  • 19:00

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…and at 11 other places

Romeo Fass Gaya Jugni De Pyar Wich

  • Directed by: Jitender Singh
  • Written by: Gurdip Kaur Chaudhary

A romantic comedy play in Punjabi, full of fun and laughter with many twists and turns for the whole family. Romeo and Jugni are deeply in love with each other and want to spend their life together, but Jugni's parents don't agree. They think he is too modern for their simple daughter.

Watermans Art Centre, Brentford

Fri 26 Sep

£12 (£10) / 020 8232 1010

  • 19:45

Sat 27 Sep

£12 (£10) / 020 8232 1010

  • 19:45

Ryan Gosling Triple Bill

Three films featuring the man of the moment, Ryan Gosling. The line up features The Notebook, Lars And The Real Girl and Drive.

Hackney Picturehouse, London E8

Sun 19 Oct

0871 902 5734

Singles Event

Singles event held in the unique setting of Winchester Science Centre. Enjoy canapés, a free drink, planetarium shows, games and quizzes. Curry is available for £6.95.

Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium

Fri 19 Sep

£20 / 01962 863791

  • 19:00 – 22:30

Fri 17 Oct

£20 / 01962 863791

  • 19:00 – 22:30

Fri 21 Nov

£20 / 01962 863791

  • 19:00 – 22:30

Mayflower Theatre, Southampton

Wed 22 Apr 2015

Phone for prices / 023 8071 1811

  • 19:30

Thu 23 Apr 2015

Phone for prices / 023 8071 1811

  • 14:00
  • 19:30

Fri 24 Apr 2015

Phone for prices / 023 8071 1811

  • 19:30

Sat 25 Apr 2015

Phone for prices / 023 8071 1811

  • 14:00
  • 19:30