Shows to see this June

Shows to see this June
Feeling inspired by all those Tony Awards won by a show you knew nothing about? Wondering what the OFFIES nominations are raving about? Just after a good night out at the theatre?
Whatever the reason for your upcoming theatre trip, here are Upper Circle’s recommendations for June:

Last Chance:

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee – Drayton Arms Theatre. Only playing until 16th June, this is your must see piece of Fringe theatre. Book via their website. 

West End:

Consent- Harold Pinter Theatre. Pertinent subject matter, West End Theatre, very well reviewed production. What more could you want? Oh, of course, a discount: save up to 44% on tickets from TodayTix. 
The Turn Of The Screw – Regents Park Open Air Theatre. Opening on 22nd June, this is Regent Park Open Air Theatre’s second production of the season after Peter Pan was very well received. If you’re 18-25, sign up for a BREEZE membership and get £10 tickets for the 22nd or 23rd June. Otherwise, book Direct from the Box Office. 
Tartuffe – Theatre Royal Haymarket. This classic comedy is now playing at Theatre Royal Haymarket, until the end of July. Tickets Direct from the box office or from TodayTix with up to 33% off. 

Off West End:

Monogamy – Park Theatre. Starring Janie Dee, this production has been described as ‘Sharper than one of Gordon Ramsay’s kitchen knives’. Playing until July 7th, book tickets direct with the box office from £20, with a discount for concessions.
Leave Taking – Bush Theatre. Awarded Five Stars by Upper Circle, this production plays until June 30th at the Bush Theatre. Best tickets are direct from the theatre, starting at just £10.
The Rink – Southwark Playhouse. Kander and Ebb’s relatively unknown show is playing at Southwark Playhouse until 23rd June, so you haven’t got long. Tickets are £25 (£20 concessions) direct from the box office, or save 33% on TodayTix where tickets start from £19.50. The best value way to buy tickets at the Southwark Playhouse is undoubtedly their Pay As You Go Subscription, which works out at £12 per show.

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