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What's New in London Theatre? February 2018

February is just around the corner, and before you start to worry about what to do for Valentine’s Day take a look at what is new to the West End this month.

The Divide
Alan Ayckbourn’s new play about a dystopian society starkly divided along gender lines will have premiere February 1st at the Old Vic Theatre. This 11 show run will present a world where a contagion has made contact between men and women deadly. The Divide now separates male and female survivors of the disease. A brother and sister start to question the tightly controlled society they’ve been raised in and when the daughter of two radical mothers comes on the scene love threatens to start a war.
Book your tickets to The Divide here.

All or Nothing- The Mod Musical
Fashion, fun and music are what the mod movement focused on. The Small Faces typified everything mod and this new musical follows this mod band’s rise and fall.  The Mod musical is playing at the Arts Theatre February 6th to March 11th .Featuring the band’s hits such as Whatcha Gonna Do About It, All Or Nothing, Tin Soldier, and Itchycoo Park this promises to be one of the coolest musicals of the year.
Book your All or Nothing-The Mod Musical tickets here.

Frozen
A little girl goes to visit her grandmother but she never arrives and she is never seen again. Bryony Lavery’s psychological thriller introduces us to three people who are connected by something unspeakable and tells a story of grief, revenge and forgiveness. Directed by Jonathan Munby and starring Suranne Jones, Jason Watkins and Nina Sosanya, this show comes to the Theatre Royal Haymarket for a strictly limited 12 week run.
Book your Frozen tickets here.



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