All the Off-West End shows in London Theatre Week
London Theatre Week is back. Don’t wait around to book the best London theatre tickets. Secure your seats to London's hottest off-West End shows in the capital. Get exclusive prices on over 35 West End and Off-West End shows in London as part of London Theatre Week. London Theatre Week is from 21 February - 13 March.
As well as West End shows like Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, COCK, and Cinderella, there’s also Off-West End shows to be wowed by. Become the Time Lord in Doctor Who Time Fracture, imagine you're in 1920s New York in The Great Gatsby, or step into Narnia at The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe.
Discover all the Off-West End shows in London Theatre Week below, and book your tickets on London Theatre today.
Robert Moses served as the New York State Council of Parks chairman for nearly 40 years. During his tenure, the NYC skyline changed dramatically. Surely, somebody who wanted to help his community would be a good man, right? In Straight Line Crazy, Ralph Fiennes plays the controversial political figure, Robert Moses. Book Straight Line Crazy tickets during London Theatre Week.
Sadly, there’s no appearance from Channing Tatum in Magic Mike Live. However, you can still feel the power of the unicorn (and maybe the pony too) in this thrilling dance spectacular. Magic Mike Live isn't what you think it is — it's better. Book Magic Mike Live tickets during London Theatre Week.
Could you travel across time and space to save the Earth from impending doom? In this immersive production, live out your dreams of becoming the Time Lord and rescue millions of people. Book Doctor Who Time Fracture tickets during London Theatre Week.
You are cordially invited to meet Jay Gatsby at his latest party, old sport. Step inside The Great Gatsby and charleston the night away, just like the cool cats did in the Roaring Twenties. Experience the best non-traditional theatre in London. Book The Great Gatsby tickets during London Theatre Week.
Booking London Theatre Week tickets is more than finding the best seats. It's also a state of mind. In The Glow, a spiritualist's assistant learns more about the behavioural mindset of people in different centuries, as she's catapulted through time. Book The Glow tickets during London Theatre Week.
First announced for 2020, Stephen Beresford's latest play, The Southbury Child finally makes its long-awaited premiere at the Bridge Theatre. Alex Jennings plays David Highland, a struggling vicar who must deal with challenging personal and community life, in The Southbury Child.
Neighbourhoods change all the time. But what happens when you’re the only family in the local area that looks like you? Bruce Norris' Pulitzer-winning play, Clybourne Park, explores the impact of changing demographics and gentrification in small-town areas. Book Clybourne Park tickets during London Theatre Week.
Get ready for church! An all-new revival of Sister Act will premiere in London this summer. The role of Deloris van Cartier is now updated for an older actress. However, all your favourite Sister Act songs will feature, including "Raise Your Voice." Book Sister Act tickets during London Theatre Week.
A family struggle to accept how grief plagues their lives in Running with Lions. Sian Carter's debut play is at Lyric Hammersmith. The play explores challenges to faith, mental health and how to behave in society.
How would you cope if your town was hit by a nuclear blast? In After The End, two colleagues must survive a nuclear aftermath with just a fortnight's worth of supplies. Can they survive? Book After The End tickets during London Theatre Week.
Enjoy a night of world-class entertainment at the Menier Chocolate Factory, courtesy of Maria Friedman. She'll sing iconic songs from Company, Yentl and A Chorus Line. Book Maria Friedman and Friends - Legacy tickets during London Theatre Week.
Explore all of the shows available during London Theatre Week. Book London Theatre Week tickets from £15, £25, and £35 from 21 February - 13 March.
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