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London Theatre Week is here, featuring over 40 West End and Off-West End shows

London Theatre Week has been extended by a week, and will now run from 23 August - 12 September.

Sophie Thomas

Sophie Thomas

February 16, 2022 19:59

The annual event London Theatre Week returns for 2021, with over 40 West End shows taking part. Theatre tickets will be available from just £15, £25 and £35, with the aim of encouraging audiences to return to London shows and support live theatre.

London Theatre Week will run from today, 23 August for a fortnight. Due to unprecedented demand, London Theatre Week has been extended by a week, and will now run to 12 September.

"After being dark for over a year, we could not be more pleased to support the return of the West End by hosting London Theatre Week," said TodayTix Group CEO and co-founder Brian Fenty in a statement. "Life is better with theatre in it, and we are excited to empower more locals to safely return to such a quintessential London experience at such amazing prices." 

The full list of shows taking part in London Theatre Week in alphabetical order are as follows: & Juliet, Amelie, Anything Goes, Bach & Sons, Back To The Future, Be More Chill, Blithe Spirit, Bring It On, Circus 1903, Cirque Beserk, Come From Away, Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, Dear Evan Hansen, Everybody's Talking About Jamie, Get Up Stand Up, Hairspray, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Heathers, Indecent, Indecent Proposal, Jersey Boys, Leopoldstadt, Les Miserables, Life of Pi, Magic Mike Live!, Mamma Mia!, Mary Poppins, Matilda, Oleanna, Only Fools and Horses, Showstopper, The Book of Mormon, The Choir of Man, The Comedy of Errors (RSC), The Great Gatsby, The Last Five Years, The Lion King, The Mirror and the Light, The Mousetrap​, The Phantom of the Opera, The Play that Goes Wrong, The Prince Of Egypt, The Shark is Broken, The Windsors: Endgame, The Woman in Black, Tina - The Tina Turner Musical, Wicked, and Witness For The Prosecution.

Read more about all the West End shows taking part in London Theatre Week here.

Read more about all the Off-West End shows taking part in London Theatre Week here.

Photo credit: London Theatre Week (Photo courtesy of London Theatre Week)

Article Updated: 6 September 2021

 

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