London events in May
London events on 24th May
Need some inspiration for 24th May? Queen Victoria was born on this day in 1819. Why not go and visit her childhood home at Kensington Palace? You can walk around the State rooms of William III and Mary as well, and wander the corridors where Princess Diana lived after her divorce from Charles.
Theatre shows on 24th May
to 24 May 15 Jun 2019 • Lyric Hammersmith Dead Dog In A Suitcase is a twisted morality tale based on John Gays musical satire Beggars Opera
to 24 May 8 Jun 2019 • Old Vic Arthur Millers All My Sons tells the story of a family who lost their son in war and reveals the price of their American dream
to 24 25 May 2019 • Phoenix Theatre Come From Away tells the story of how a small Canadian town took in 7000 stranded air passengers after 9/11
to 24 May 20 Oct 2019 • Gillian Lynne Theatre The Jack Black movie School of Rock has been turned into a West End mind-blowing musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Julian Fellowes
to 24 May 28 Jul 2019 • Palace Theatre Palace Theatre will be showing Harry Potter and the Cursed Child -- a brand-new Harry Potter story by JK Rowling
to 24 May 27 Oct 2019 • Duchess Theatre The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society put on a West End show but will they crack under the pressure?
to 24 May 14 Sep 2019 • Novello Theatre Mamma Mia is based on the hit movie starring Meryl Streep and Pierce Brosnan and uses the songs of ABBA
to 24 May 20 Oct 2019 • Cambridge Theatre Roald Dahls Matilda tells the story of a child who rebels against the grown-ups when she discovers her amazing powers
to 24 25 May 2019 • Apollo Victoria Theatre If you like The Wizard of Oz then you will love Wicked -- it tells the story of what happened to the good and evil witches
to 24 May 27 Jul 2019 • Fortune Theatre A man is obsessed with a family curse and hires a sceptical young actor to help him exorcise the fear that grips his soul
Family & Kid’s events on 24th May Classical music on 24th May
24 May 2019 • Barbican Hall Hear the BBC Symphony Orchestra play some classical music by Mahler and Thomas Larcher at Barbican Hall