Get tickets to Olivier Award-winning West End shows in London

Enjoy the best of London theatre and see multi-award-winning shows playing in the West End, including A Streetcar Named Desire, Oklahoma!, and Newsies.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

The Olivier Awards are the most prestigious award in British theatre. They celebrate the best in West End theatre; winning an Olivier Award is a lifetime achievement for many performers. Shows with multiple Oliviers often play for years: Matilda, Hamilton, Cabaret, and The Book of Mormon all dominated their respective ceremonies and continue to wow audiences.

My Neighbour Totoro, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Prima Facie took home multiple awards in the 2023 Olivier Awards. Many performers also won their first Olivier for their work: Beverley Knight, Jodie Comer, Paul Mescal, and Zubin Varla, to name a few. Check out the full list of 2023 Olivier Awards winners.

Some Olivier-nominated shows will return to the West End. After performances at the National Theatre, Standing at the Sky's Edge will open at the Gillian Lynne Theatre in 2024. Meanwhile, Sister Act will return for a six month season at the Dominion Theatre with Beverley Knight and Alexandra Burke in tow.

There's lots of Olivier-winning theatre to see in London right now. Discover award-winning musicals and plays in the West End.

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A Streetcar Named Desire

A Streetcar Named Desire didn't need to depend on the kindness of strangers to impress awarding bodies. Rebecca Frecknall's sizzling revival of the Tennessee Williams play won three Olivier Awards. The production took home Best Musical Revival, with two acting nods to Anjana Vasan (Best Actress in a Supporting Role) and Paul Mescal (Best Actor.)

When A Streetcar Named Desire played at the Almeida Theatre in early 2023, it quickly became one of the hottest tickets in town. Its seven-week West End transfer holds similar excitement, as it’s a chance to catch acting titans in action in one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century.

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Nobody could say no to this West End winner. Oklahoma! took home the Olivier for Best Musical Revival, with its lead actor, Arthur Darvill, winning Best Actor in a Musical. Co-stars Liza Sadovy and Anoushka Lucas also picked up Olivier nominations for playing Aunt Eller and Laurey, respectively.

Daniel Fish’s groundbreaking adaptation recharges the Rodgers and Hammerstein adaptation for the 21st century without changing a line of text. As a result, it's picked up the nickname "Sexy Oklahoma" due to its dark, gritty staging.

In a five-star review on London Theatre, our critic said: “The genius of Fish’s concept for the revival is in the role reversal of the two male leads: Jud and Curly. You know, the farmer and the cowman who can’t be friends because they both want to be with the same woman. Traditionally, Curly is the strapping hero who wins the girl, while Jud is the conniving farm hand. However, without changing a word of the text, Fish highlights just how wrong we’ve been about these characters.”

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Peter Morgan’s gripping political drama about 1990s Russia and the Soviet Union impressed critics and the Oliviers alike. Will Keen won the Olivier for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Vladimir Putin. Tom Hollander earned his second Olivier nomination, and Patriots picked up the Best Play nod.

Patriots centres on businessman Boris Berezovsky’s life in Russian politics and how he became public enemy number one. Rupert Goold directed the play, with a London Theatre review commending the “work that speaks to the moment – not just in terms of the war in Ukraine, but our own political squabbles. How do we separate pride, ambition and greed from genuine patriotism? British voters, as well as Russian, urgently need to answer that question.” After performances at the Almeida Theatre, Patriots transfers to the West End in summer 2023.

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The Manhattan paper carriers proved why they’re the kings of New York at the Olivier Awards. Matt Cole won the Olivier for Best Choreography. His magnificent vision transforms the all-dancing spectacular into an immersive feat. Dancers hang on chandeliers, singers zoom on zip wires, and newsies fly everywhere you look.

In a Newsies review on London Theatre, our critic said: “[Cole] has put together a simply jaw-dropping series of routines — the most propulsive, skillful and genuinely surprising that you’ll see anywhere. We could do with that hope right now - and with a huge, spectacular show which proves, once and for all, that musical theatre is good for the soul.” See Newsies at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre through July 2023.

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