Top 10 autumn theatre events
We take a look at the packed programme of autumn theatre events in south west London and Surrey
An original and unique parody musical about Friends, the iconic TV show. Enjoy the classic quips associated with the show and your five favourite pals as they take to the stage.
9-14 September; 2.30pm, 7.30pm & 8pm; from £10
The eerie stage production of the two-time Oscar-winning movie about an evil demon possessing a young girl, and an intervention from
a local priest.
24-28 September; see website for times; from £13
New Wimbledon Theatre
HighTide and Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company present Lit, a story about the turbulent teenage years of a young girl seeking love in all the wrong places, played out on the community stage at Omnibus.
17-21 September; 2.30pm & 7.30pm; £16/£13
Brand new theatre venue, Fairfield Halls, will be putting on a production of Angela’s Ashes – the moving story of childhood in Limerick in 1940s Ireland, brought to life with enchanting melodies and songs.
24 September – 5 October; 2.30pm & 7.45pm
The scene is set when a group of people gathered in a country house cut off by the snow discover, to their horror, a murderer in their midst. Help the onstage actors work out who it could be.
2-7 September; see website for times; £13
New Victoria Theatre
Locked in a deadpan double-act and a polarised world, Bert and Nasi are looking for a way to be together, but they keep getting distracted and need your help.
30 September – 19 October; see website for times; £10-£20
Battersea Arts Centre
The first show in the Mischief Theatre’s year-lond residency at the Vaudeville Theatre. A brand-new play which looks at how people grow up and seeing if schools determine our future.
Dates until December; from £20
A Woman of No Importance
The Oscar Wilde play takes to Richmond Theatre, starring Roy Hudd and Liza Goddard, following its West End run.
16-21 September; from £13
Ages of the Moon
On a hot summer’s night, deep in the American wilderness, Byron and Ames are reunited by mutual desolation. By the fading light of an eclipsing moon, the pair reflect on love and life over whiskey
17 October – 24 November; from £15
The Vaults Theatre
Ibsen’s classic is reinvented as a riotous adventure for the 21st century. Peter Gynt is searching for himself, travelling from the Scottish mountains to Florida.
Dates until 8 October; from £15