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This is such great news! The brilliant Amy Adams will make her West End debut as Amanda Wingfield in a new production directed by Jeremy Herrin. Paul Hilton, Tom Glynn-Carney, Lizzie Annis and Victor Alli will also star in Tennessee Williams’ classic memory play. This is the debut production from Second Half Productions, co-founded by Jeremy Herrin, Alan Stacey and Rob O’Rahilly. And it has all the makings of a massive success. Don’t miss it!
4.7/5 - based on 5150 reviews - (Read reviews)4.75150 reviews Tickets from £23.00
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Based on the 1995 Gregory Maguire novel, Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West, this multi-award winning show is packing the house to the rafters every night, dubbed Best Musical of the Decade by Entertainment Weekly.
Love, betrayal, death, mercy: The United Ukrainian Ballet, comprising some sixty dancers in exile, stage one of the greatest works in the classical repertoire in a powerful new interpretation by world renowned choreographer Alexei Ratmansky.
Opens: Tuesday, 13 September 2022 Booking until: Saturday, 17 September 2022
4.5/5 - based on 220 reviews - (Read reviews)4.5220 reviews Tickets from £18.00
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Grease is the word, and the dazzling stage musical version of the huge hit movie is in town! In 1971 Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey wrote a musical called Grease. In 1978 it was made into a film. The world went Grease crazy thanks to the antics of Olivia Newton John and John Travolta, the costumes, the music and of course the big hair. Now it’s coming to the West End.
4.7/5 - based on 987 reviews - (Read reviews)4.7987 reviews Tickets from £24.00
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The terrible parents of Matilda Wormwood, who is five years old, are completely uninterested in their daughter. But she’s a gifted child who taught herself to read at age three and devours both adults’ and childrens’ books from her local library with devilish joy. Matilda the Musical tells the story of this very special little girl and her battles against the weird world of grown-ups.
4.3/5 - based on 30 reviews - (Read reviews)4.330 reviews Tickets from £12.00
The West End theatre scene is ageless and timeless, and there’s something special for young theatre lovers too with Room On The Broom. It’s a funny, silly and highly entertaining show for children by the creators of The Gruffalo, the wonderful Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
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Fierce love can’t be tamed. Carmen: a woman ablaze with passion, surrounded by men possessed by obsession and jealousy. One of opera’s most well-known characters sets herself on a road to tragedy when she meets Don José, a corporal in the army searching for love.<
Opens: Wednesday, 1 February 2023 Booking until: Friday, 24 February 2023
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It is three decades since the smash hit musical Les Miserables first hit the stage in Paris. Since then the sheer drama and romance of the tale, beautiful music and incredible stage sets have thrilled tens of millions of people. The French revolution provides a dramatic backdrop for this superb show, which has woven itself indelibly into our consciousness.
4.4/5 - based on 2115 reviews - (Read reviews)4.42115 reviews Tickets from £13.00
If you thoroughly enjoy being frightened, you’ll love this super-scary show, an exercise in pure gothic creepiness that’ll see you hanging onto the edge of your seat and jumping at the slightest sound. The fact that it has been released as a film, starring Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe, is testament to its uncanny appeal.
4.6/5 - based on 28 reviews - (Read reviews)4.628 reviews Tickets from £60.00
It’s the 1930s and Sally Bowles, a night club performer, plays in the notorious and seedy Kit Kat Club in stylish, vibrant Berlin. Follow her relationship with American writer Cliff Bradshaw and enjoy the thrilling sub-plot as the boarding house owner Fraulein Schneider and her Jewish lover Herr Schultz navigate the growing dangers of Weimar Germany.
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Chichester Festival Theatre's acclaimed production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific transfers to Sadler's Wells in 2022 for a strictly limited season. Set during the Second World War, it’s a dramatic love story brought to life by the theatre’s Artistic Director Daniel Evans plus a cast of more than thirty. Add a full orchestra and the impact is sensational.
Opens: Monday, 22 August 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 28 August 2022
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Get you laughing gear and give it a good polish... it's time for the musical version of the hilarious 1992 movie Sister Act. There's magical music by Alan Menken, dazzling lyrics by Glenn Slater, a fabulous book by Bill and Cheri Steinkellner, and lots of extra book material by Douglas Carter Beane. It's due in the West End for 2022, and it's going to be huge fun.
4.5/5 - based on 946 reviews - (Read reviews)4.5946 reviews Tickets from £23.00
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Treat yourself to one of the West End’s most popular theatre shows, an Agatha Christie classic that’ll have you on the edge of your seat as the mystery unfolds. The setting: a country hotel, where the guests are snowed in with a murderer in their midst. Who did the dirty deed? The Mousetrap is an intricate, complex tale of dark deeds that’s loved by audiences from all over the world.
4.6/5 - based on 428 reviews - (Read reviews)4.6428 reviews Tickets from £27.00
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The musical of the movie loved by millions, Dirty Dancing hits the West End stage again. The story of Baby and Johnny is poignant, gritty, incredibly romantic and a wonderful piece of escapism into a lost golden age. The choreography is guaranteed to thrill, the costumes set to delight and the wonderful music, as you’d expect, sits right at the centre of this fantastic production.
Opens: Wednesday, 18 January 2023 Booking until: Saturday, 29 April 2023
4.8/5 - based on 3217 reviews - (Read reviews)4.83217 reviews Tickets from £27.00
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The Phantom is a story that has captivated audiences from all over the world, a dark tale of love, obsession, revenge and tragedy set to a musical score that makes the heart soar. Based on a French thriller by writer Gaston Leroux, it’s a visual and aural feast of lavish costumes, eye-popping special effects, wonderful soaring music and superb acting.
4.8/5 - based on 5566 reviews - (Read reviews)4.85566 reviews Tickets from £30.00
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The Lion King, the multi-award winning musical, continues to wow audiences night after night with amazing puppets and stage sets, a heart-warming storyline, incredible choreography and a musical score that hits the mark every time.
The greatest threat to power is love. Compromise is for the weak: and Tosca is nothing of the sort. With her artist beau Cavaradossi (Adam Smith) competing for her affections against the sadistic police chief Scarpia (Noel Bouley), Tosca’s (Sinead Campbell Wallace) story becomes intertwined with the tumultuous political landscape of Rome itself.
Opens: Friday, 30 September 2022 Booking until: Friday, 4 November 2022
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If you love one-time Eurovision winners Abba, you’ll adore Mamma Mia! Twenty two of the ‘70s supergroup’s biggest hits are brought into play to tell the funny, romantic tale of bride Sophie and her wayward mother Donna. Join 45 million fans and enjoy this superbly uplifting show, perfect for the whole family!
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It's rare for a show to cause such a stir. But when this production hit the Broadway stage in 2010 a flock of often-hard-to-please reviewers gave it an immediate and enthusiastic thumbs-up. It's rude, irreverent and definitely NOT for the easily offended. Introducing The Book of Mormon, which has made the long-rumoured transfer to London's West End at last!
4.4/5 - based on 47 reviews - (Read reviews)4.447 reviews Tickets from £18.00
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The brilliant English National Ballet has delighted us with a dazzling version of Nutcracker every single year since 1950. This year is no different. The production promises to be just as magical as ever, starring more than 100 dancers and musicians who bring the story to life. Welcome to the classic fairytale, perfectly enhanced by the classical composer Tchaikovsky’s fantastic score.
Opens: Thursday, 15 December 2022 Booking until: Saturday, 7 January 2023
4.8/5 - based on 20 reviews - (Read reviews)4.820 reviews Tickets from £27.00
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To Kill a Mockingbird is a 2018 play based on the 1960 novel of the same name. It was written by the brilliant Harper Lee and has been adapted for stage by Aaron Sorkin. It opened on Broadway in late 2018, a well-loved story set in the 1930s Deep South. This powerful tale of racial injustice deals with the fate of a black man, Tom Robinson, who is accused of raping a white woman. It stars the lawyer Atticus Finch and his daughter Scout, who together bring fresh hope to a community in crisis. Don't miss this. Seriously, it really is amazing.
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After a smash hit UK tour this hilarious play, which has won numerous accolades from reviewers who have laughed themselves silly over it, returns to the West End. If you haven't seen it yet and you love classic British comedies like the TV series Fawlty Towers, this one's for you. Funny just doesn't do it justice!
4.8/5 - based on 1000 reviews - (Read reviews)4.81000 reviews Tickets from £30.00
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The beloved Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning smash hit musical JERSEY BOYS returns to London’s West End, opening at the new multi-million pound reinstated Trafalgar Theatre, with a new, larger auditorium and stage (formerly known as Trafalgar Studios), on Wednesday 21 April 2021, following previews from 14 April. Tickets are now on sale.
4.8/5 - based on 306 reviews - (Read reviews)4.8306 reviews Tickets from £59.00
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Inspired by one of Britain's greatest ever comedy series, this 2 hour interactive production is set in a restaurant where you the audience are the diners. If you love the original show, you'll find Faulty Towers The Dining Experience a unique, novel pleasure and unmissably great fun.
This Christmas is already looking special thanks to an awesome new panto production. Join the well-loved comedy superstars Dawn French and Julian Clary, who will b leading a dazzling cast of this brand new production of Jack and the Beanstalk, the classic fairytale. The fun takes place at the capital's beloved home of panto, the London Palladium.
Opens: Saturday, 10 December 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 15 January 2023
Running time: 2 hours 15 mins (including interval)
Starring: Dawn French, Julian Clary, Nigel Havers, Paul Zerdin, Gary Wilmot
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Make your way to the splendid Brutalist building hosting the Barbican theatre, and leave all your troubles at the door. It's time to indulge yourself in a classic musical from Cole Porter and P G Wodehouse, first produced on Broadway in 1934 in between the world wars. The score is happiness personified and the show delivers all the fantasy, glamour and escapism you could need in today's crazy world. Enjoy!
Booking until: Saturday, 3 September 2022
Starring: Bonnie Langford, Kerry Ellis, Simon Callow, Denis Lawson
4.6/5 - based on 137 reviews - (Read reviews)4.6137 reviews Tickets from £24.00
Elf is a musical based on the 2003 smash hit motion picture of the same name, with a score by Matthew Sklar and Chad Beguelin. There's an hilarious book by Bob Martin and Thomas Meehan, also based on the film, and the musical ran and ran on Broadway as well as touring the USA to great popular acclaim. And now it's coming here again.
Opens: Monday, 14 November 2022 Booking until: Saturday, 7 January 2023
4.3/5 - based on 15 reviews - (Read reviews)4.315 reviews Tickets from £24.00
Bad Jews sells out wherever it appears. Welcome back to the outrageous original West End production of Joshua Harmon's dark social comedy. It’s returning to the West End to play a strictly limited run at the Arts Theatre. Preceded by a couple of sold-out engagements, also in theatreland, this play is being billed as a controversial hit comedy. Are you ready for a laugh?
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Grab a load of brilliant music. Take a few handfuls of great comedy. Mix them together and add a load of creative improvisation, plus ideas from the audience. What do you get? A show that's different every time, unique every time, driven by people like you. It's dazzlingly good, it's on at the Other Palace and it's called Showstopper!
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – A fabulous fantasy, Hogwarts and all! - Like millions and millions of us, you love the adventures of the inimitable Harry Potter. J. K Rowling's marvellous books have been translated into almost eighty different languages and have sold more than 450 million copies right across our lovely blue planet. Mention Harry Potter in China, South America, Alaska... you name it, the people there will know exactly who you're talking about. Now Harry's due to set the stage on fire in London's glittering West End.
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With 16 Tony nominations under its belt plus a smash hit soundtrack album and tickets as rare as hen's teeth, fought over by keen musical theatre lovers across the USA, Hamilton caused a massive stir on Broadway. If you've always wondered why there aren't more rap musicals, this'll thrill you to bits. It's a hugely popular hip-hop history show and it's already broken a suite of theatrical records.
Booking until: Saturday, 4 March 2023
Running time: 2 hours 45 minutes including interval
4.8/5 - based on 752 reviews - (Read reviews)4.8752 reviews Tickets from £15.00
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It's back in London, we are absolutely thrilled and the media is buzzing. It's one of the best-loved stories in show business, revealing the rags to riches life of a young chorus line dancer Peggy who makes the Broadway big time. Whether or not you have stars in your eyes you'll adore the spectacle, the fun, the music, the laughter and the tears. Welcome back, 42nd Street!
Opens: Wednesday, 7 June 2023 Booking until: Sunday, 2 July 2023
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Meat Loaf is one of the best-selling rock musicians of all time, offloading more than 80 million records through his glittering career... and counting. Now his remarkable work is being celebrated on the London stage thanks to a brilliant new musical playing at the Dominion Theatre from spring 2018. Bat Out of Hell is due in theatreland, and it's a little slice of theatrical heaven for anyone who loved big, noisy, bold rock.
Opens: Friday, 17 February 2023 Booking until: Saturday, 1 April 2023
4.8/5 - based on 1056 reviews - (Read reviews)4.81056 reviews Tickets from £12.00
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At long last, Tina Turner will explode onto the West End’s Aldwych Theatre. Opening in March 2018, TINA is a musical about Turner’s transformation from humble beginnings in Nutbush, Tennessee to the global Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Book those tickets now so you too can enjoy such classics as Proud Mary live on stage.
4.5/5 - based on 71 reviews - (Read reviews)4.571 reviews Tickets from £38.00
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There's something about the 1920s, the so-called Roaring Twenties, that inspires the imagination. If you were poor back then your life, especially in the USA where The Great Gatsby is set, was probably one of deprivation and difficulty.
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Returning to London’s West End after a SOLD-OUT Worldwide tour with standing ovations at every performance, The Simon & Garfunkel Story is back! Using huge projection photos and original film footage, the international hit show also features a full live band performing all the hits including 'Mrs Robinson', 'Cecilia', 'Bridge Over Troubled Water', 'Homeward Bound' and many more.
Opens: Monday, 14 November 2022 Booking until: Monday, 14 November 2022
4.7/5 - based on 137 reviews - (Read reviews)4.7137 reviews Tickets from £14.00
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London County Hall is the perfect venue for this, a resurrection of one of Agatha Christie's best short stories and a courtroom drama that'll have you on the edge of your seat. Witness for the Prosecution is the name of the play, and it's as tense and dramatic as you'd expect from the pen of one of the most respected and original mistresses of crime drama.
When the cards start burning his hands, every trick becomes a new challenge. Do you enjoy close up magic? You will love playing against him! Come and have fun in an interactive show. The cheater, an enriching experience, but he never loses.
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It's on at the Vaudeville theatre. It's a quirky musical that has delighted thousands on a recent tour, and now it's due to thrill even more of us! The music, lyrics and book are by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, and it's a dazzler of a show. Welcome to Six, the most unexpected, deliciously bold celebration of girl power ever... starring King Henry 8th's six wives. What an extraordinary, fascinating show!
4.9/5 - based on 697 reviews - (Read reviews)4.9697 reviews Tickets from £24.00
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In 2004 Mary Poppins the musical hit the stage and became an instant legend in its own lifetime. Now it's coming back to London's West End at long last and, as you can imagine, the anticipation is growing fast. Everyone, of every age, adores Mary Poppins, a cheerful tale of fun and magic that inspires all who see it. Don't miss this one, it's seriously special!
4.8/5 - based on 82 reviews - (Read reviews)4.882 reviews Tickets from £30.00
First performed in autumn 2010, Heathers: The Musical is a hugely popular rock musical with music, lyrics, and a book by Laurence O'Keefe and Kevin Murphy. It's based on the 1988 cult film of the same name starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater. Following a sell-out Los Angeles try-out, the musical version moved Off-Broadway in 2014 and enjoyed its UK première at The Other Palace, before moving to the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Now it's back for a post-lockdown 12 week run.
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The Phoenix theatre is your venue for one of the most popular shows to come out of Broadway for a long time, a Canadian musical that explores the impact of 9/11 and which has already gathered so much critical acclaim it can barely stagger out from underneath. It's brilliant. Don't pass up the chance to see this remarkable musical. Welcome to Come From Away.
4.8/5 - based on 14 reviews - (Read reviews)4.814 reviews Tickets from £24.00
Roll Up! Roll up! This Christmas, the marvellous Circus 1903 returns to London. Experience all the thrills and daredevil entertainment of a turn-of-the-century circus in an all-new home for 2022 – Eventim Apollo!
Opens: Thursday, 15 December 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 1 January 2023
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The producer is the marvellous Colin Ingram of Ghost – The Musical fame. The guys who made Back to the Future the movie, Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, are by all accounts totally delighted to be involved. The musical of the film is due to thrill Manchester audiences before heading for the West End. And tickets are on sale now, in anticipation of massive demand. Are you ready to experience Back to the Future in musical form? It's going to be awesome!
4.8/5 - based on 178 reviews - (Read reviews)4.8178 reviews Tickets from £30.00
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If you are searching for an award-winning, multi-generational, uplifting, powerful and contemporary musical, you will love DEAR EVAN HANSEN, playing in late 2019 at the Noel Coward theatre. It comes fresh from the writers of La La Land and The Greatest Showman, and it's predicted to become a massive West End hit.
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If you fell about laughing every time Del Boy, Rodney, Trigger and co appeared on telly, you're not the only one. Millions of us almost did ourselves a mischief when Del Boy fell through the bar, and you're in good company. More or less the entire nation laughed fit to bust, and now it's coming to the West End stage. Welcome to Only Fools and Horses, the Musical.
Booking until: Saturday, 7 January 2023
Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Starring: Paul Whitehouse, Ryan Hutton, Tom Bennett
4.7/5 - based on 32 reviews - (Read reviews)4.732 reviews Tickets from £24.00
The National Theatre and Neal Street Productions' brilliant play, The Lehman Trilogy, is set to make a triumphant return to London after a widely-acclaimed season in Los Angeles and a run on Broadway that delighted the critics. It has won 5 Tony Awards including Best Play. It’s directed by the Academy Award, Tony Award and Golden Globe winner Sam Mendes. And it features a cast of three playing the Lehman brothers, their sons and grandsons. The result is an extraordinary feat of storytelling.
Opens: Tuesday, 24 January 2023 Booking until: Saturday, 20 May 2023
4.7/5 - based on 219 reviews - (Read reviews)4.7219 reviews Tickets from £24.00
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It's Romeo and Juliet... but not as we know it. There's a brand new musical on the block, it's called & Juliet and it looks at what might have happened if Shakespeare's Juliet hadn't died at the end of his infamous romantic tragedy. It's a bit West Side Story, it's a bit Romeo and Juliet, and it's already causing interest and intrigue in theatreland.
4.9/5 - based on 365 reviews - (Read reviews)4.9365 reviews Tickets from £30.00
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Disney’s Frozen has opened at the newly renovated Theatre Royal Drury Lane, and tickets for Frozen are on sale now. This is one of the most popular stories on the planet and tickets will sell out fast, there’s no doubt about it. The movie was released in 2013 and it soon became a global phenomenon, the highest-ever grossing animated movie... ever. With 37 awards under its belt, including two Academy Awards for best animated feature and best original song for Let It Go, the Musical version is an experience to remember.
4.9/5 - based on 16 reviews - (Read reviews)4.916 reviews Tickets from £149.00
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You’ve seen the musical. You’ve watched the films. Now you can experience MAMMA MIA! THE PARTY. Spend a magical summer evening with friends in a special Greek island taverna, where the host’s only rules are dance, dine and have the time of your lives!
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Pretty Woman the movie grossed vast amounts of money at the box office, a contemporary take on the fairy story Cinderella starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. When a call girl and a wealthy businessman fall madly in love, they discover they have a few thorny issues to resolve before they can sail happily into the sunset together. This is their story, on stage, transformed into a musical.
Your venue? The Duke of York's theatre. The star? Juliet Stevenson. Welcome to The Doctor, in which the fabulous Olivier Award winner Juliet Stevenson delivers “one of the performances of the year” (Evening Standard) in the West End transfer of Robert Icke’s five-star Almeida Theatre production. A play for our times, this one is created for the divisive world we live in, written by a man who many feel is Britain's best director. Welcome to The Doctor.
Opens: Thursday, 29 September 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 11 December 2022
4.8/5 - based on 112 reviews - (Read reviews)4.8112 reviews Tickets from £30.00
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Wyndhams theatre is your venue for Lolita Chakrabarti's magnificent take on the extraordinary award-winning novel, Life of Pi. It's a five-star production that has thrilled audiences and critics alike, and the puppetry is quite simply out of this world. What a story. What a ride. Don't miss the theatrical treat that has audiences talking, and critics talking, and will probably see everyone and his dog fighting for tickets. It really is remarkable.
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The words Moulin Rouge have always meant sophistication, naughtiness and extravagance. The original Moulin Rouge cabaret venue was the home of the outrageous Can-Can dance, and the place had a famously wicked reputation. The 2001 jukebox musical movie inspired by the venue delighted millions. Now it's on stage, fresh from Broadway, and it's an extravaganza and a half. Head for the Piccadilly theatre and hang onto your hats!
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The show's producers Michael Harrison and David Ian are thrilled to announce the singer-actors who'll be playing The Drifters in the long-awaited post-lockdown return of The Drifters Girl. It's wonderful to know it's back at its original home, the Garrick Theatre, from 4th November 2021. Everyone who adores sweet soul music will love this amazing show that tracks the life and times of Faye Treadwell, the band's remarkable manager.
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Fans of The Doctor are in for the time of their lives thanks to this dazzling new stage show. It's immersive. It's staged to perfection thanks to all manner of special effects and technological wonders. It takes place in a fantasy world brought to brilliant life, and it delivers the ultimate cosmic adventure. There's a very weird world underneath London, and you're about to enter it...
4.8/5 - based on 5 reviews - (Read reviews)4.85 reviews Tickets from £18.00
The Seagull is a marvellous classic of a play by the Russian dramatist Anton Chekhov, written in 1895 and first staged a year later. This is one of the playwright's greatest successes, dramatising the romantic and artistic battles between four powerful people: the writer Boris Trigorin, an innocent young woman called Nina, the ageing actress Irina Arkadina, and her son the playwright Konstantin Tréplev. And the talented British actress Emilia Clarke is about to give it an entirely new, fresh face.
Good opens at the Harold Pinter Theatre, starring David Tennant, on Thursday 9th June. This is one of the nation’s most powerful and influential plays, whisking us to the troubled times just before the Second World War. Are you ready for a thought-provoking play that is more relevant to our modern world than we would like to think?
Opens: Thursday, 6 October 2022 Booking until: Saturday, 24 December 2022
4.6/5 - based on 99 reviews - (Read reviews)4.699 reviews Tickets from £18.00
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Now we know it's happening, it's actually hard to believe it hasn't been done before. Welcome to Get Up Stand Up, the Bob Marley Musical, proudly presented by Playful Productions, Stage Play and Trim the Wind. If you adore the great man's beautiful music and fancy immersing yourself in it, and in his remarkable life story, this is the show you've been waiting for.
Sh!t-faced Shakespeare® is back for the 5th year at Leicester Square Theatre and it’s going to be a bloodbath, with their all-new production of Macbeth.
Upon hearing the weird sisters’ prediction, Macbeth and his wily wife take matters into their own hands and burn down everything in their wake. Well, almost. Fair is foul and foul is fair in this tale of prophecy gone slightly off the rails. Perhaps an inebriated actor will help the process along?
4.9/5 - based on 58 reviews - (Read reviews)4.958 reviews Tickets from £24.00
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They call it the most enchanted musical of all time, and no wonder when the plot is so exciting, the characters are so appealing, and the costumes and music are so gorgeous. Beauty and the Beast, the Disney musical classic, is back, returning to the British stage in 2021. And it's set to be a 'spectacular new production'. If you adored Disney’s much loved animated film, this one will rock your world!
Booking until: Saturday, 17 September 2022
Running time: Approximately 2.5 hours including an interval
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We have a brand new show for you – how exciting! It's called Cruise, it's playing at theatreland's beautiful Duchess Theatre, and it's on stage from 18th May to 13th June 2021. This play is being billed as 'urgent, moving and inspirational', written and performed by the dazzlingly brilliant Jack Holden, who plays Michael. The year is 1988. The setting is Soho. And this is the last night of his life. Are you ready to be blown away by this true story?
Opens: Saturday, 13 August 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 4 September 2022
It's being called 'The West End theatre event of the year'. As The Guardian said, “With a brilliant sense of mounting dread and just the right number of jump-scares, Danny Robins' new ghost story is a slick, chilling romp of a play”. Now it's back by popular demand. The play has already enjoyed two record-breaking seasons, one at the Noël Coward and the other at the Gielgud Theatre. And acclaimed star performances are the name of the game. Buy Theatre tickets for 2:22 A Ghost Story and prepare to be scared.
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The runaway international hit from the creative minds of Andrew Kay – Soweto Gospel Choir, Noise Boys, Gobsmacked and the award-winning North by Northwest – and Nic Doodson – The Magnets, Gobsmacked and Noise Boys – opens in London’s West End!
Opens: Saturday, 1 October 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 12 February 2023
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This is the Lincoln Center Theater's superb multi-award-winning production of My Fair Lady, a critically acclaimed production coming to the West End for summer 2022 and the first big London revival of the Lerner & Loewe classic for 21 years. The story never grows old, it's playing at the London Coliseum for 16 weeks, and we're fully expecting it to be a sell-out show.
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This Summer, we confront our own political landscape as Shakespeare’s epic tragedy Julius Caesar takes on startlingly new relevance in the Globe Theatre, and across the UK as part of Globe on Tour. Conspiracy to kill, public broadcast of cunning rhetoric, a divisive fight for Greatness. Ancient Rome has never felt closer to home.
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Much Ado About Nothing opens 22 April - 23 October. Director Lucy Bailey returns to the Globe after directing the seminal production of Titus Andronicus (2014) as well as Macbeth (2010), Timon of Athens (2008), As You Like It (1998), The Maid’s Tragedy (1997), and Comus for the Sam Wanamaker (2016). The battle of the sexes is reignited this summer with Shakespeare’s energetic tale of jealousy, self-discovery, and love.
The stage is set for a tumultuous new production of The Tempest, Shakespeare’s tale of reckoning and redemption, this summer in the Globe Theatre.For powerful Prospero’s opening act of revenge, he raises a ferocious storm to shipwreck a crew of men - including his usurping brother - onto the remote island he now rules.
From the horrible Henries to the end of evil Elizabeth, hear the legends (and the lies!) about the torturing Tudors. Find out the fate of Henry's headless wives and his punch up with the Pope. Meet Bloody Mary and see Ed fall dead in his bed. Survive the Spanish Armada as they launch their attack!
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David Harbour and Bill Pullman are back! They’re returning to London’s theatreland to star in the world première of Theresa Rebeck's darkly amusing new play. Mad House. The action is beautifully directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel and the fun takes to the stage at the Ambassadors Theatre in June 2022, for a strictly limited run.
Gary Barlow is highly respected and widely acclaimed for his gorgeous voice, remarkable song writing talent, and producing skills. The man at the heart of the ‘90s superstar boy band Take That, he’s bringing his hot theatrical one man stage show, A Different Stage, to theatreland. The drama takes place at the Duke of York's Theatre from 30th August to 18th September. We predict Barlow fans will be queuing in the streets!
Opens: Tuesday, 30 August 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 18 September 2022
For a limited run ahead of their 2023 UK tour, Rambert Dance are bringing the World Premiere of their new dance theatre production, Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby to Wembley Park from 12th October 2022 to 6th November 2022.
Opens: Wednesday, 12 October 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 6 November 2022
La Voix is a vivacious performer, her many talents add saucy layers to her shows, with live spine tingling vocals that are the finest in the industry. Her uncanny ability to switch between the vocal styles of Tina Turner, Shirley Bassey, Liza Minnelli, Judy Garland or Cher with the click of a finger leaves the audience mesmerised.
Opens: Monday, 7 November 2022 Booking until: Monday, 7 November 2022
The Royal Shakespeare Company and Executive Producer Joe Hisaishi are delighted to announce the world premiere of My Neighbour Totoro. It’s all down to the Japanese creative powerhouse Studio Ghibli, whose beautiful fantasy comes to magical life on stage at London's Barbican this autumn in collaboration with Improbable and Nippon TV. No wonder My Neighbour Totoro theatre tickets are predicted to be hot property.
Opens: Saturday, 8 October 2022 Booking until: Saturday, 21 January 2023
A meaningful meditation on motherhood, love and loss, Symphony of Sorrowful Songs adapts texts in Polish taken from sources spanning the centuries, giving perspectives from both a mother having lost their child, and a child separated from their parents.
Opens: Wednesday, 3 May 2023 Booking until: Saturday, 6 May 2023
A generational rift leads to father and son at odds, with the fate of the family at risk. Asking ever relevant questions of race, duty and the extent to which loyalty can hold before breaking, Blue follows an African-American family as the patriarch’s job as a policeman clashes with his activist son’s notions of equality and justice.
Opens: Tuesday, 2 May 2023 Booking until: Thursday, 4 May 2023
Heartbreak has never been so funny. The Tower of London is the scene for a tangled web of melancholy and mirth in Gilbert & Sullivan’s beloved operetta, The Yeomen of the Guard. The arrival of a travelling troupe of performers sparks forbidden romances, fantastical plots and unrequited love.
Opens: Thursday, 3 November 2022 Booking until: Friday, 2 December 2022
Christmas is for friends, family and guardian angels. The classic Christmas story, redefined for a new generation. Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer’s operatic adaptation of the genre-defining Frank Capra film of the same name, It’s a Wonderful Life will transport you to the idyllic little town of Bedford Falls, where it’s a white Christmas – though not everything is merry and bright.
Opens: Friday, 25 November 2022 Booking until: Saturday, 10 December 2022
Greedy. Jealous. Lustful. The gods are all-too-human. When the forging of a prophesied ring of the Rhine proves more problematic than you’d possibly think, the realms of gods and men prove all the more chaotic for it. Giants, dwarfs, nymphs and deities quarrel and clash, with the fate of the nine worlds in the balance.
Opens: Friday, 10 February 2023 Booking until: Friday, 10 March 2023
Can true love last forever? Recently bereaved, Paul is haunted by visions of his deceased wife Marie. But when he meets the all-too-familiar Marietta, the lines between past and present blur, and reality itself is called into question. Moving on is impossible when presented with the implausible.
Opens: Saturday, 25 March 2023 Booking until: Saturday, 8 April 2023
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To mark the 25th Anniversary of the play’s premiere, Olivier Award winning director, Clare Lizzimore, stages a radical new production of Patrick Marber’s cult-classic about longing, lust, sex, and desire.
1605. Orthodox Russia stands alone, defiant against the Roman Catholic and Protestant West. The Kremlin has suppressed all opposition and keeps a ruthless grip on power with the support of the church and an appeal to nationalist sentiment. In Poland, a formidable young opponent appears: Dmitry. At his back a Polish army fuelled by fear of the Russian threat marches on Moscow.
Opens: Thursday, 29 September 2022 Booking until: Saturday, 5 November 2022
Set during the 1930s in the Great Smoky Mountains of east Tennessee, this heart-warming and truly unforgeable production imagines Ebenezer Scrooge as the owner of a mining company town, where his callous greed blinds him to the joys and gifts of the season.
Opens: Thursday, 8 December 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 8 January 2023
A widely-anticipated memoir by Gabriel Byrne, the award-winning actor who’s starred in more than 80 movies, Walking with Ghosts has been described as an ‘exquisite portrait’ of an Irish childhood. The Hollywood star writes beautifully, creating a hugely evocative portrait of his early life. Now you can see him live on stage revealing the ‘dreamy, lyrical, unvarnished’ truth about life in a working class family and the discontent fame can bring.
Opens: Tuesday, 6 September 2022 Booking until: Saturday, 17 September 2022
In Jonathan Spector's timely and hysterical comedy, polite debate descends into ideological warfare, as a democratic utopia tears itself apart. Starring Academy, Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner Helen Hunt (As Good As It Gets, The Sessions, Mad About You) and directed by Katy Rudd (Camp Siegfried, The Ocean at the End of the Lane)
Opens: Tuesday, 6 September 2022 Booking until: Monday, 31 October 2022
This heart-warming tale about friendship and helping those in need is brought to life in a musical, puppet-filled adventure, following on from Little Angel Theatre’s bestselling adaptations of Julia Donaldson’s picture books including The Singing Mermaid and The Everywhere Bear.
Opens: Wednesday, 30 November 2022 Booking until: Sunday, 1 January 2023
Eccentric, scandalous, provocative, exuberant, and funny as ever, Jean Paul Gaultier is set to shake up London this summer when his stunning creation, Fashion Freak Show - 50 years of pop culture through the eyes of fashion’s enfant terrible - takes up residence at the Roundhouse.