Head back to the theatre with our exclusive London Theatre Week prices at £15, £25 and £35 for West End shows. We have your trip to the theatre covered but hurry, our exclusive promotion is only available for a limited time! London Theatre Week is the best way to see the biggest shows on the West End. Get tickets for Wicked, Tina - The Tina Turner Musical, Les Miserables, Back to the Future, Only Fools and Horses, The Prince of Egypt and over 40 other shows. Book your tickets now for the return of the West End with London Theatre Week - available for a limited time only.
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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.
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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.
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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.
Opens: Wednesday, 29 September 2021 Booking until: Sunday, 13 February 2022
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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!
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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.
Opens: Friday, 1 October 2021 Booking until: Tuesday, 22 February 2022
Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Starring: Paul Whitehouse, Ryan Hutton, Tom Bennett
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DreamWorks really is a magical name these days, a company with so many fabulous movies under its belt, a business that entertains and delights many millions of people every year. Now they've announced that the brilliant animated film, The Prince of Egypt, has been transformed into a West End musical. How can you resist such a massive treat? The kids will absolutely adore it.
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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.
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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.
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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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!
Opens: Monday, 15 November 2021 Booking until: Saturday, 2 April 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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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.
Opens: Tuesday, 26 October 2021 Booking until: Saturday, 23 July 2022
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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.
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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.
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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.
Opens: Friday, 24 September 2021 Booking until: Sunday, 13 February 2022
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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!
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Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a brand new but already hugely popular 2017 musical with music by Dan Gillespie Sells and a book and lyrics by Tom MacRae. It was inspired by the remarkable BBC3 documentary, screened in 2011, called Jamie: Drag Queen at 16, and it's on at the glittering Apollo theatre.
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Hairspray is a musical from the USA, inspired by the 1988 smash hit film. The music is by Marc Shaiman, and the lyrics by Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman. It's a magical feast of 1960s-style music and rhythm and blues tunes, and it's guaranteed to get your feet tapping at the magnificent London Coliseum. It's on from April 2020, and the anticipation is mounting fast!
Booking until: Thursday, 30 September 2021
Starring: Michael Ball, Les Dennis, Lizzie Bea, Marisha Wallace
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.
Opens: Friday, 1 October 2021 Booking until: Sunday, 3 April 2022
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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!
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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.
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Based on the wonderful novel by Mark Haddon and adapted by Simon Stephens, this production is so good it has transferred to the West End, an accolade only achieved by the very best on-stage entertainment. And Adrian Sutton's soundtrack adds a very special extra dimension to this offbeat tale of a very unusual boy, a garden fork and a dead dog.
Opens: Saturday, 20 November 2021 Booking until: Sunday, 9 January 2022
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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!
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.
Opens: Sunday, 14 November 2021 Booking until: Sunday, 27 February 2022
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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.
Are you ready for some fun? Do you remember the classic horror movie Jaws? This is the story of what went on backstage when the cameras weren't rolling, and it's very funny indeed. The Shark Is Broken is on at the Ambassadors Theatre for a strictly limited run, and it's a laugh a minute. Don't miss this dazzlingly funny accompaniment to the 1975 film.
Opens: Saturday, 9 October 2021 Booking until: Saturday, 15 January 2022
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Amélie The Musical is coming to town, a wonderfully eccentric show based on the well loved, five times Oscar-nominated film. It transfers to the West End in late 2019 following the current dazzlingly popular UK tour and an incredible sell-out season premiere at the Watermill in Newbury during spring 2019. Are you ready for one of the most fun musicals for ages? Walk this way...
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The scene is Vienna, the date is 1900. At the time the city was a vibrant centre of the arts, a creative hub, a vivid place where intellectual exploration was the nborm, a city of joy and pleasure. One in ten of the people were Jewish, given civil full rights by the Emperor Franz Josef. As a result of the Emperor's edict Jewish people streamed into the city, escaping from violence elsewhere in the world. Thousands of them settled in the tenement houses of the ancient Jewish quarter, an area called Leopoldstadt. And that's the location for this extraordinary play, a brand new masterwork by Tom Stoppard.
The story of the despotic King Henry 8th and Thomas Cromwell, the 1st Earl of Essex, remains as compelling as it ever has been, echoing down the centuries. Cromwell was a lawyer and statesman of humble birth, eventually becoming chief minister to King Henry VIII from 1534. In 1540 he was beheaded. Cromwell was one of the most powerful drivers of the English Reformation, Dame Hilary Mantel wrote the trilogy, and this is the third play in the series. Don't miss the drama!
Opens: Thursday, 23 September 2021 Booking until: Sunday, 23 January 2022
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If you laughed yourself silly at the TV series, this grand comedy show based on the royal family will make you howl with laughter all over again. It's on stage from 2nd August until 9th October 2021 and it's a brilliant spoof starring a host of comedy talent, many of whom also delighted us on TV. Welcome to The Windsors: Endgame, the funniest parody of the royal family we've seen for ages and well worth getting your laughing gear in good nick for.
Booking until: Monday, 11 October 2021
Starring: Harry Enfield, Kara Tointon, Tracy-Ann Oberman
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It's called The Last Five Years. It has won numerous awards. It's a cult stage musical classic dating back to 2001, which wowed audiences Off-Broadway in 2002. Now it's in London's glittering West End, playing a limited season at the magnificent Garrick Theatre, and it's yours for the taking from week three in September 2021. You're going to love this delicious and highly unusual exploration of one 'ordinary' relationship.
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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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Be More Chill is a quirky, highly unusual musical with music and lyrics by Joe Iconis and a book by Joe Tracz. The 2004 hit novel by Ned Vizzini provided the inspiration for the show, which first appeared in a small American regional theatre during 2015. It was so good that by 2018 it was playing Off-Broadway, before moving to Broadway itself in early 2019. Now, at last, it's due in London at the West End's magnificent Shaftesbury Theatre.
We're thrilled to announce the West End Transfer and UK Tour of the Theatre Royal Bath Productions and Jonathan Church Productions' dazzling critically acclaimed play Oleanna. Written by the brilliant David Mamet, it's directed by Lucy Bailey and stars Rosie Sheehy and Jonathan Slinger. At the end a long-awaited UK tour it'll settle at the West End's Arts Theatre.
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Do you love funny? If you want to catch Noel Coward’s delightful comedy play Blithe Spirit, it’s on stage at London’s Harold Pinter theatre from 16th September to 6th November 2021. Spooky goings on, classic Coward comedy and wonderfully sharp dialogue await you in this hugely popular production, a critically acclaimed version directed by Sir Richard Eyre and starring Jennifer Saunders as the eccentric Medium Madame Arcati. You won't want to miss this one!
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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!