The Quiet House

A penetrative and honest new play about a couple’s journey to start a family and the struggles that accompany IVF; inspired by the writer, Gareth Farr, and his wife’s own experiences. YouTube sensation Jonathan Pie, known for his videos as an angry news reporter sick of the UK government, will play Tony, English actress Michelle Bonnard appears as Jess, actress and singer Allyson Ava-Brown as Kim and Oliver Lansley, artistic director of Olivier nominated company Les Enfants Terribles, as Dylan.

Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, N4 3JP, from Tuesday, June 7 until Saturday, July 9. Details: 020 7870 6876


This company have spent 24 years supporting emerging choreographers within contemporary dance and dance theatre, as well as more established names. This programme offers work by Gemma Nixon, Freddie Opoku-Addaie, Luke Brown and Eleesha Drennan, which they hope will reflect the eclectic work within the arts today.

artsdepot, 5 Nether Street Tally Ho Corner North Finchley, N12 0GA, Wednesday, June 8, 7.30pm. Details: 020 8369 5454

Richard III

Shakespeare’s play about a Machiavellian rise to power sees world renowned actor Ralph Fiennes take on the role of Richard, who is willing to do whatever malicious and violent deed necessary to take the throne from his brother. He succeeds in his wish but his reign of tyranny is short lived.

Almeida Theatre, Almeida Street, Islington, N1 1TA, Tuesday, June 7 until Saturday, August 6. Details: 020 7359 4404

Sixties London

Born in East Prussia in 1924, Dorothy Bohm’s family sent her to the UK in 1939 to escape the threat of the Nazis. At the last moment before leaving Dorothy’s father handed her a camera. In 1956 she moved to Hamstead in London and still lives there today. She has taken photos throughout her lifetime, both across London and around the world and helped found the Photographers Gallery in central London. This exhibit displays black and white photographs taken across iconic areas of London in the ‘60s.

Jewish Museum London, Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden, NW1 7NB, until Monday, August 29. Details: 020 7284 7384