This might just be the best show in the West End right now. It follows six Londoners attending group therapy following a terrorist attack in London. A plane was shot down, crashing in Fulham, and the play looks at how we deal with trauma in the 21st Century. If all that sounds a bit heavy, trust us, it’s not. All the actors are superb, and it’s properly funny which makes everyone seem real, and puts the audience at ease. Tickets are £15, and every seat’s a good one in the smaller Studio 2.