5 shows for TEENS in London

OKLAHOMA! at the Young Vic

Run until 25th June 2022, direct from an acclaimed run on Broadway and a U.S. tour.

Music by Richard Rodgers. Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Based on the play Green Grow the Lilacs by Lynn Riggs. Original Choreography by Agnes de Mille.

Wed & Sat matinees, 2.30pm, Mon-Sat, 7.30pm. 3hrs approx. including interval. Due to the mature content in this production, it is recommended for children ages 12 and up. Info from the box office for youth tickets; We do offer 25 and under tickets at a discounted rate, these however get capped for each performance. If you add a ticket to your basket and it gives you the option of the discount, it means that there are still some available for that date. If not, it will mean we have unfortunately run out on that day.

Out-Spoken: May

Poets Simon Armitage, Jackie Kay and Max Porter, along with singers bshp and Kay Young, celebrate ten years of Out-Spoken, London’s premier evening of poetry and live music.

Wed 18 May, 7.30pm. Part of Out-Spoken Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, Literature & poetry £10. Recommended for ages 16+. Approximate run time: 165 mins.

Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s much-loved comedy of new beginnings. Director Simon Godwin (Twelfth NightAntony and Cleopatra) returns following the award-winning success of his Romeo & Juliet film.

National Theatre, Thu 07 July – Sat 10 September 2022, Lyttelton Theatre. U18’s tickets are 50% of full price, only 2 per person.

Mixtape Celebrating 20 years of ZooNation: The Kate Prince Company

Co-directed by Dannielle ‘Rhimes’ Lecointe and Bradley Charles, with Musical Director DJ Walde, Designer Ben Stones and Lighting Designer Charlie Morgan Jones, plus live vocalists and special guest performers from the past and present.

5-8 October, 2022. Sadlers Wells Theatre, 1 hour 55 minutes (including one 20 minute interval). General public on sale date: Monday 16 May.

1988 Studio Ghibli

MY NEIGHBOUR TOTORO

Adapted by Tom Morton-Smith, whose acclaimed Oppenheimer played at the Swan Theatre in 2015 before transferring to London’s West End, this enchanting coming-of-age story explores the magical fantasy world of childhood and the transformative power of imagination, as it follows one extraordinary summer in the lives of sisters Satsuki and Mei

Barbican Centre, 8 Oct 202221 Jan 2023. 7pm Monday – Saturday | 2pm* Thursday & Saturday *First matinee Thursday 20 October. Additional matinees: 19, 21, 23, 27 December and 2 January. No matinee 22 December. No evening performances: 31 December & 2 January. No performances 24 & 26 December —

Public booking opens Thursday 19 May through the Barbican Theatre  . Tickets bookable online from 10am. (Photo by Studio Ghibli) copyright 1988 Studio Ghibli