See Off-West End musicals in London
If you’re planning a London theatre trip, you’re probably inclined to visit West End theatres. There’s dozens of iconic musicals playing in London eight times a week: Wicked, Dear Evan Hansen, The Lion King, and more. But take a few steps outside of the city, and you’ll be treated to some of London’s buzziest theatres.
Many Off-West End shows go on to transfer to larger venues, so get booking tickets to the latest off-West End shows today and impress your friends when you can say “I saw it first.”
Party like it’s 1922 at The Great Gatsby in London! Step inside the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel and discover what really happens in West Egg at one of Gatsby’s luxurious parties. Join Daisy Buchanan, Nick Carraway, Myrtle Wilson, and Jordan Baker, as they share the Golden Age secrets to their newest party guests — you! Who knows, you may even get to meet Jay Gatsby himself. For The Great Gatsby, we recommend dressing up to the nines and wearing comfortable shoes so you can charleston the night away. Get ready to clink the champagne glasses at one of London’s best theatre bashes!
Book The Great Gatsby tickets on London Theatre.
Sometimes musicals follow a film story, or a narrative that’s taken from a pre-existing book. Yeast Nation offers a totally original story though, and it’s based on yeast. Yes, the probiotic organism gets its chance to shine on stage in this wacky musical. During Yeast Nation, the living creatures — all named Jan — try to rise up and battle against the odds in order to survive. Can the Yeast make it through? If you’re looking for a cult off-West End musical to follow, then head to Southwark Playhouse and be a part of Yeast Nation.
Book Yeast Nation tickets on London Theatre.
It’s tough growing up these days. The younger generations are bombarded with social media, tabloid headlines encouraging toxic behaviour, and a soaring cost of living which makes it hard to see a way out. Millennials sets out to explore what younger people think of the world today. Tune into the lives, losses and frustrations of teens and 20-somethings in the UK. And yes, there’ll be a section about avocados.
Book Millennials tickets on London Theatre.
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