London Theatre Week returns for 2023 — book tickets to over 70 West End and Off-West End shows
London Theatre Week runs from 20 February - 5 March. Get tickets from £15 to dozens of musicals, plays, comedies, and entertainment in the West End and beyond.
London Theatre Week returns for spring 2023, with over 70 shows taking part. Theatre tickets will be available for a variety of West End and Off-West End shows from £15, £25, £35, and £45.
“We are so proud to honour the incredible work in the West End and beyond right now by fueling greater audience access to such a wide range of energising and powerful shows. With increasing headlines about economic woes, London Theatre Week returns at the optimal time to remove those barriers and ensure that anyone and everyone can come together to connect and embrace being present at a live performance," said Brian Fenty, Co-Founder and CEO of TodayTix Group.
The full list of shows taking part in London Theatre Week in alphabetical order includes: & Juliet, 2:22 A Ghost Story, 42nd Street, Accidental Death of an Anarchist, Ain’t Too Proud, Allegiance, Animal, Annie Get Your Gun, August In England, Back To The Future, Bat Out Of Hell, Black Panther In Concert, Blackout Songs, Blue (English National Opera), Bonnie & Clyde, Brilliant Jerks, Cinderella in-the-round, Cirque Berserk, Crazy For You, Dirty Dancing, Disney’s Frozen, F**king Men, Grease, Groundhog Day, Guys & Dolls, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Heathers, Jersey Boys, Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons, Les Misérables, Liza Pullman, Mamma Mia!, Matilda The Musical, My Son’s a Queer, Newsies, Noises Off, Oklahoma!, Only Fools and Horses, Organ Celebration, Peaky Blinders: The Rise, Phaedra, Pretty Woman, Punchdrunk: The Burnt City, Retrograde, Rocky Horror Show, Spongebob Squarepants The Musical, Sugar Coat, Sylvia, Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs (English National Opera), Tambo & Bones, The Book of Mormon, The Choir of Man, The Dead City (English National Opera), The Great British Bake Off Musical, The Good Person of Szechwan, Disney’s The Lion King, The Mousetrap, The Play That Goes Wrong, The Phantom Of The Opera, The Shape of Things, The Wagatha Christie Trial, The Way Old Friends Do, Tina, Titus Andronicus, To Kill A Mockingbird, Village Idiot, Walworth Farce, We Will Rock You, Windfall, Winner’s Curse and Witness For The Prosecution.
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