Alan Ayckbourn is back in fashion at the moment, and his old mucker Peter Hall has directed this revival of one of his funniest and most ingenious plays. Set in three different bedrooms over the course of a night, it follows four married couples as they get entangled in a delicious comedy of suburban manners. Jenny Seagrove and Daniel Betts star. Until 10 Jul, Duke of York’s Theatre, St Martin’s Lane, WC2N 4BG. Tickets from £30-£48.50, www.ambassadortickets.com.
STAR WARS IN CONCERT
Some of the most memorable film music of all time gets the mega-arena treatment in April. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will be playing John Williams’s scores from all six Star Wars movies at the O2, with scenes from the films screened on a vast screen and live narration provided by C-3PO himself, Anthony Daniels. April 3-4, The O2, Peninsula Square, SE10 0DX. Tickets £30-£95 from www.the02.co.uk.
NEW BAR AT THE K WEST
K Lounge is the new bar at the refurbished K West Hotel & Bar, a couple of minutes’ walk from Westfield. It’s a sleek and slinky place, with funky damask wallpaper, an impressive bar of black granite and mother-of-pearl, and a couple of chandeliers. It should be a stylish place for West Londoners and Westfield shoppers alike to escape for a cocktail or two. K West Hotel & Spa, Richmond Way, W14 0AX, www.k-west.co.uk.