Book theatre tickets to top West End plays during London Theatre Week
London Theatre Week is the best time to find great ticket prices for the capital's top shows, including West End blockbusters and Off West End and fringe hits. If there's a show you've been eyeing up, now is the time to book tickets, with exclusive prices as low as Â£15.
London Theatre Week runs from 21 February to 13 March, and the event covers a wide range of brilliant productions - from long-running classics to the latest premieres. So, if you're looking for inspiration, check out our selection of amazing plays to get tickets for this London Theatre Week, plus their equally amazing ticket prices!
JK Rowling's wizard saga continues on stage in this eighth installment in the series, with Harry Potter's son heading off to Hogwarts - and a new villain to battle. Prepare to be wowed by the magical stagecraft and enthralling storytelling.
Agatha Christie's murder mystery is the world's longest-running show, with audiences still eagerly flocking to it to find out "whodunnit." A group of strangers are trapped by snow in a guesthouse, with a killer on the loose...
Ruth Wilson stars in an emotional one-woman drama about a lover who finds themselves at the end of their relationship. The Human Voice runs for just 31 performances.
This global sensation from homegrown company Mischief is side-splitting comedy at its best. An amateur dramatics troupe is trying to stage a play, but disaster ensues - from forgotten lines to a hilariously collapsing set.
Who will be the 47th President of the United States? Mike Bartlett's new play examines what could happen in the Whitehouse in 2024. Bertie Carvel plays Donald Trump.
Ralph Fiennes plays Robert Moses, an unelected city planner who became a powerful and controversial force in mid-20th-century New York, in David Hare's new play about the limitations of democracy. Nicholas Hytner directs.
Yann Martel's celebrated philosophical novel is now a spectacular theatrical production. Amazing puppetry and effects help tell the story of a shipwrecked boy stranded in a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger.
Join the jury in this atmospheric play at London County Hall, and decide on the guilt or innocence of Leonard Vole, accused of murdering a wealthy widow. This is your chance to step into the world of Agatha Christie.
This chilling adaptation of Susan Hill's famous ghostly novel is only for the most daring. The legendary West End production, which has been running since 1987, uses classic theatre techniques to scare you senseless.
A man returns to his hometown and confronts the memories of his childhood, including a bereavement, a new friendship and an encounter with otherworldly forces, in Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel, beautifully adapted for stage.
Mike Bartlett's incendiary 2009 play about a gay man who falls in love with a woman should have a whole new resonance now. The starry cast features Taron Egerton, Jonathan Bailey, and Phil Daniels, and Marianne Elliott directs the production.
A group of drag queens gather on a mysterious island for an anniversary dinner like no other. See if these queens can solve the murder before it's too late. RuPaul's Drag Race contestants Jujubee and Kitty Scott-Claus star.
Hollywood star Amy Adams makes her West End debut in Jeremy Herrin's revival of Tennessee Williams's semi-autobiographical memory play. Adams tackles the iconic role of faded Southern Belle Amanda Wingfield.
Jay Gatsby invites you to a Roaring Twenties party, complete with bootleg liquor, Charleston and drama. This popular immersive production puts you right inside F Scott Fitzgerald's indelible Jazz Age tale.
Alistair McDowall's boldly ambitious new play begins with a spiritual medium abducting a woman from a Victorian asylum, and morphs from ghost story into a time-travelling epic - with plenty of twists along the way.
Alex Jennings plays an unconventional priest in a remote coastal parish whose actions cause problems within his community and at home. Stephen Beresford's new play explores faith, ritual, and family in contemporary life.
Caryl Churchill's insightful play about cloning, parenting and identity is back in a funny and poignant revival at the Old Vic. Lennie James stars as the father who made questionable decisions, and Paapa Essiedu plays his various offspring.
Jamie Lloyd directs a fresh version of Chekhov's play, from Anya Reiss's adaptation. Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke makes her West End debut, alongside Daniel Monks, Sophie Wu and Indira Varma.
Bruce Norris's Tony, Olivier and Pulitzer-winning play returns to challenge audiences with its darkly comic, uncomfortably frank satire of racial prejudice and housing wars. Imogen Stubbs leads this Park production.
Running with Lions explores the journey of one family's reconciliation after loss and the rediscovery of love and joy. Sian Carter's debut play is at Lyric Hammersmith.
Lyndsey Turner directs this new production of Dennis Kelly's apocalyptic play. Following a nuclear attack, Louise and Mark find themselves in a fallout shelter. Can they survive their circumstances - and each other?
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