Winner of both Olivier and Evening Standard Awards for Best Comedy, Noises Off celebrates its 30th anniversary on 23 February.
Past showsPast shows at the Novello Theatre
Dubbed a 'psychological illusionist' by the Press, Derren Brown is a performer who combines magic, suggestion, psychology, misdirection and showmanship in order to seemingly predict and control human behaviour, as well as performing mind-bending feats of mentalism.
Packed full of George and Ira Gershwin's classic songs including 'I Got Rhythm', 'Someone To Watch Over Me', 'Embraceable You' and 'Nice Work If You Can Get It', CRAZY FOR YOU boasts not only some of the finest songs ever written but some of the most dynamic choreography ever seen on the London stage.
Based on the comic film, A Private Function, Betty Blue Eyes is a brand new musical, full of ecentric British characters and stars Sarah Lancashire and Reece Shearsmith!
Staged with Complicite's characteristic elegance and startling visual originality, A Disappearing Number takes as its starting point one of the most mysterious and romantic collaborations of all time.
Robert Lindsay stars as Onassis with a superb cast of characters portraying his family and the women he loved. First performed to great acclaim at Chichester's Minerva Theatre, this explosive new play by Martin Sherman opens at the Novello Theatre this September for a strictly limited season.
Chin Up Britain, The Grumpies Fight Back - Fresh from a 60 date sell-out National tour three of Britain's Top Grumps bring their brand new show to The Novello Theatre in London's West End.
Tap Dogs are currently taking the world by storm with their unprecedented tap show that combines the strength and power of workmen with the precision and talent of tap dancing.
Following its sold-out run on Broadway, the explosive 2008 production of Tennessee Williams' Pulitzer Prize-winning classic Cat on a Hot Tin Roof will be opening in London's West End in December this year.
Landmark production of JB Priestley's classic thriller, An Inspector Calls, directed by Stephen Daldry.