London Sked

Designations are as follows: (O) opera, (P) play, (M) musical, (MB) multiple bill, (So) solo shows, (R) revival. Figures denote opening dates and parentheses denote preview starting dates.

A Passionate Woman (P), Comedy, 11/7/94.

An Inspector Calls (P), Aldwych, 8/25/93.

Arcadia (P), Haymarket, 5/23/94. Babes In the Wood (Panto), Sadler’s Wells, 12/15/94.

Beautiful Thing (P), Duke of York’s, 9/20/94.

Blood Brothers (M-R), Phoenix, 7/27/88.

Buddy (M), Victoria Palace, 10/12/89.

Cats (M), New London, 5/1/81.

Copa Cabana (M), Prince of Wales, 6/23/94.

Crazy for You (M), Prince Edward, 3/3/93.

Fascinating Aida (P), Garrick, 12/6/94.

Five Guys Named Moe (M), Lyric, 12/14/90.

Grease (M), Dominion, 7/15/93.

Hamlet(P-R), Gielgud, 11/2/94.

Lady Windermere’s Fan (P-R), Albery, 7/19/94.

Les Miserables (M), Palace, 12/4/85.

Miss Saigon (M), Drury Lane, 9/20/89.

Nevilles Island (P), Apollo, 9/23/94. Oliver! (M-R), London Palladium, 11/15/94.

On Approval (P), The Playhouse, 10/6/94.

Once On This Island (M), Island, 9/22/94.

Only the Lonely, The Roy Orbison Story (M), Piccadilly, 9/14/94.

Out of t he Blue (M), Shaftesbury, 11/4/94.

Peter Pan (M-R), Cambridge, 12/13/94.

She Loves Me (M-R), Savoy, 7/12/94. Starlight Express (M), Apollo, 3/27/84.

Sunset Boulevard (M), Adelphi, 7/12/93.

The Clandestine Marriage (P), Queens, 12/1/94.

The Mousetrap (P), St. Martins, 11/25/52.

The Phantom of t he Opera (M), Her Majesty’s, 10/9/86.

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (P-R), Strand, 10/19/94.

The Queen and I (P), Vaudeville, 10/13/94.

The Rivals (P), Albery, 12/13/94.

The Sisters Rosensweig (P), Old Vic, 9/20/94.

The Woman in Black (P), Fortune, 2/15/89.

Three Tall Women (P), Wyndhams, 10/29/94.

Threepenny Opera (P), Donmar Warehouse, 12/8/94.


Royal National Theater Alice’s Adventures, Leave Taking, Two Weeks… Queen (Cottesloe); The Children’s Hour, Broken Glass, Out of a House (Lyttelton); The Wind in the Willows (Olivier).

Royal Shakespeare Co. The Venetian Twins, A Christmas Carol (Barbican); The Shakespeare Review, New England (Pit).


Fever Pitch (P), Arts Theatre, 1/16/95.

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