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London Theatre Week returns with over 40 West End and Off-West End shows

London Theatre Week tickets start at £15.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

The annual event London Theatre Week returns for 2022 with over 40 West End shows taking part. Theatre tickets will be available for a variety of West End and Off-West End shows from £15, £25, and £35.

London Theatre Week runs from today, 21 February for a fortnight, ending on 6 March. An additional week is now added, with London Theatre Week tickets available to 13 March.

"After seeing the positive impact the last London Theatre Week had on the West End and beyond, we couldn't wait to host the initiative again," said Brian Fenty, Co-Founder and CEO of TodayTix Group.

"As London continues its recovery, we want to enable audiences to enjoy the best theatre experiences the West End has to offer with a wide range of top-notch shows and accessible prices.".

The full list of shows taking part in London Theatre Week in alphabetical order are as follows: & Juliet, A Number, After the End, Anything Goes, Back to the Future, Cinderella, Clybourne Park, COCK, Come From Away, Dear Evan Hansen, Death Drop, Dirty Dancing, Dr. Who - Time Fracture, Frozen, Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical, Grease, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Heathers, Jersey Boys, Les Misérables, Life of Pi, Magic Mike Live!, Mamma Mia!, Mary Poppins, Matilda, My Fair Lady, Only Fools and Horses, Phantom of the Opera, Saturday Night Fever, Straight Line Crazy, The Book of Mormon, The Choir of Man, The Drifters Girl, The Glass Menagerie, The Glow, The Great Gatsby, The Lion King, The Mousetrap, The Ocean at the End of the Lane, The Play That Goes Wrong, The Seagull, The Southbury Child, The Woman in Black, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, 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)

 

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