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A new mu­si­cal cel­e­brat­ing the life of the un­for­get­table Dusty Spring­field. The world pre­miere is at the The­atre Royal in Bath, be­fore mov­ing on to New­cas­tle, Sal­ford and Sh­effield. Kather­ine Kings­ley plays Dusty, belt­ing out hits like Son Of A Preacher Man and You Don’t Have To Say

You Love Me. From 23 June


The Na­tional The­atre production of War Horse is now on tour. Based on the beloved novel by Michael Mor­purgo, it’s a mov­ing World War I drama that’s worth see­ing for the clever way in which horses are brought to life through pup­petry alone. Wales Mil­len­nium Cen­tre, 4-28 July


She was Princess Mar­garet in Net­flix’s The Crown, and now Vanessa Kirby is play­ing an­other party girl in a mod­ern re­work­ing of Miss Julie. Na­tional The­atre, un­til 8 Septem­ber


It’s been nearly 20 years since we last heard Get­ting To Know You in the West End. This sparkling production has trans­ferred from Broad­way with Tony award-win­ner Kelli O’hara play­ing Anna and Ja­pa­nese film ac­tor Ken Watan­abe as the King. Lon­don Pal­la­dium, 21 June to 29 Septem­ber

re­turns to the West End The King And I

Kather­ine Kings­ley stars in an ex­cit­ing new mu­si­cal

War Horse is based on the novel by Michael Mor­purgo

Julie is a new take on Strind­berg’s play

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