Book theatre tickets to these top West End musicals during London Theatre Week
It's the most wonderful time of the year for theatre fans: London Theatre Week. The event offers the best prices on tickets to all the leading shows in the capital - whether West End, Off-West End, or Fringe shows.
This year, London Theatre Week runs from 21 February to 13 March, and you can take advantage of the great ticket prices right now. So, if there's new something you've been itching to see, grab your chance to book tickets - or treat yourself to a return trip to a favourite production for as low as Â£15. Here are some of the fantastic musicals on offer during London Theatre Week - and their great ticket prices!
The spectacular Stephen Schwartz musical, a twist on the Wizard of Oz story, sees the so-called Wicked Witch, Elphaba, and Good Witch Glinda strike up an unlikely friendship. Lucie Jones and Helen Woolf star.
Nobody puts Dirty Dancing in the corner! Fans of the original film, starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey, will love this faithful stage version, which re-creates its unforgettable story, soundtrack, and dance routines - including the iconic lift.
Disney's animal magic is reborn on stage in this jaw-dropping family musical, featuring incredible puppets and Elton John and Tim Rice's beloved songs. Join Simba on his journey from cub to saviour of the Pride Lands.
Still one of the most outrageous shows in the West End, this hilarious musical satire follows two missionaries on a doomed visit to a Ugandan village. But while their faith is tested, they discover a true friendship.
The sensational songs of ABBA form the glorious soundtrack to this sunny musical, set on a fantasy Greek island. Sophie wants to find out who her father is before her wedding, which means mother Donna reuniting with three men from her past.
The beloved Disney movie is now a family-friendly stage musical. All of your favourite scenes and songs are there, plus some exciting new ones, and innovative stagecraft is used to conjure Elsa's magic live in front of you.
Roald Dahl's book-loving heroine has been brilliantly brought to stage by Dennis Kelly and Tim Minchin. Her courage and ingenuity in standing up to bullies like Miss Trunchbull should inspire audiences of all ages.
One of the longest-running musicals in the West End, this epic show plunges us into the French Revolution. The London production has exciting new staging, and currently stars Jon Robyns and Bradley Jaden.
Everyone's favourite magic nanny is back, and once again she's here to help the beleaguered Banks family. This family musical features songs from the Disney film and some wonderful new ones too: it's practically perfect in every way.
A must-see for fans of Tina Turner, this extraordinary musical follows her path from Nutbush, Tennessee, to her partnership with Ike Turner and then reinventing herself as a solo superstar - and icon.
The legendary Andrew Lloyd Webber musical transports you to the 19th-century Paris Opera House, where budding soprano Christine is torn between suitor Raoul and her singing teacher, the mysterious Phantom.
Following a misunderstanding, socially awkward teenager Evan befriends a grieving family and inspires his whole community. This resonant contemporary musical taps into the isolation of the internet age and offers a message of hope.
The iconic movie is now a thrilling stage musical. Can accidental time-traveller Marty McFly get his parents together in the 1950s and return home to the 1980s before it's too late? It's 1.21 gigawatts of brilliant entertainment.
The legendary Jamaican reggae superstar gets his own bio-musical. This rousing show doesn't just reproduce all of Bob Marley's amazing hits, but also digs into his personal story, beliefs, and inspiring activism.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's latest hit musical is a fresh twist on the familiar fairy tale. This Cinderella is the town rebel, but when her best friend becomes heir to the throne, it challenges her ideals. Carrie Hope Fletcher leads the show.
This heartfelt Canadian musical is based on a true story. On 9/11, thousands of plane passengers were stranded in a small Newfoundland town, and locals took them into their hearts and homes. It's the best of humanity in the darkest of times.
Grease is the word once again as the musical makes a welcome return to the West End. Join the Burger Palace Boys and the Pink Ladies, and root for Sandy and Danny to make it work - while enjoying all those toe-tapping songs.
Shakespeare's tragedy gets a clever contemporary twist in this joyful musical, which sends Juliet off on her own adventure. It also features the amazing pop hits of Max Martin, who has written songs for artists like Katy Perry and the Backstreet Boys.
Ever wondered how Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons got together - and broke up? Each of the band members tells their colourful version of the tale in this rock 'n' roll musical, which is packed with indelible hits.
Mais oui, mais oui, the Trotters of Peckham are now in the West End in this musical version of the classic sitcom. Join Del Boy, Rodney, and Grandad for a magnifique Hooky Street adventure, with songs from Chas Hodges.
Discover the empowering story of pioneering African-American music manager Faye Treadwell, who ensured the worldwide fame and legacy of band The Drifters. British Queen of Soul Beverley Knight stars.
How very! The cult movie became a stage musical sensation, and you can catch its latest run at The Other Palace. Veronica is a reluctant member of a social clique, the titular Heathers, but everything changes when bad boy JD joins the school.
Loverly news! The acclaimed Broadway revival of Lerner and Loewe's glorious musical, featuring Cockney flower seller Eliza Doolittle and linguists Henry Higgins and Colonel Pickering, is coming to the London Coliseum in May.
Raise a glass to the best pub gig in town! The talented cast invite you into their local, where they share their stories via creative covers of everyone from Adele and Sia to Luther Vandross - plus some musical theatre showstoppers.
The triumphant revival of Cole Porter's classic musical returns to the Barbican, once again bringing comic hijinks, romance, and incredible song-and-dance numbers. Kerry Ellis stars as nightclub evangelist Reno Sweeney.
If you loved the movie starring John Travolta, then prepare to get disco fever all over again! Tony Manero lives for his trips to the local discotheque, strutting his stuff to the likes of the Bee Gees - and he hopes a big contest could change everything.
Jennifer Saunders plays Mother Superior in a reworked adaptation of Sister Act. This Sister Act musical sees Deloris van Cartier played by an older woman. However, Sister Act songs will still take you to church!
Experience an evening of unadulterated musical theatre joy with Maria Friedman. She'll sing the greatests hits of Michel Legrand, Marvin Hamlisch and Stephen Sondheim.
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