DAVID RUBIN is in A Lesson From Aloes at the Finborough Theatre. Unseen in London since its UK premiere at the National Theatre 35 years ago where it was directed by Athol Fugard himself and won rave reviews, this new production directed by Janet Suzman marks the 25th anniversary year of the first free and democratic elections in South Africa. It’s on until the 23rd of March.
ROSEANNA FRASCONA is in There Is A Field at Theatre 503. Directed by Esther Baker, There is A Field is a London story of faith, death and family strife reshaped by local crises and global events. It’s on until the 16th of March.
ELIZA GLOCK is in Tokens of Affection at the Waterloo East Theatre, directed by Charlie Baker. Set in '80s Bradford, Maureen Lawrence's 1991 play is a look at a crumbling social care system. It follows a teacher in a day centre for teenage girls who've been excluded from school.
PHILIPPE EDWARDS is in Ian Hislop & Nick Newman's comedy Trial By Laughter, which is touring following a successful run at the Newbury Watermill. Venues include Kings Theatre Glasgow, Milton Keynes Theatre and it plays at the Richmond Theatre from the 18th to the 23rd of February. It is directed by Caroline Leslie.
ANDREEA PADURARU is in Albert Camus's The Outsider (L'Etranger), specially adapted by Booker Prize-winning poet and novelist Ben Okri. It is directed by Abbey Wright at the Print Room at the Coronet, on from the 14th of September to the 13th of October.
SEAN KINGSLEY is in the UK regional premiere of Once, the musical that won eight Tony Awards in 2012 including Best Musical with a book by Enda Walsh. It opens at the New Wolsey in Ipswich on the 6th of September, and is on at the Queen's Theatre Hornchurch from the 3rd to the 20th of October directed by Peter Rowe.