Top London Theatre Week shows to see
See the best of the West End in 2024, and plan your theatre trips for summer 2024 and beyond. Discover the best deals on shows you need to see in London today.
London Theatre Week is back! We're celebrating all that London theatre offers with London Theatre Week. It’s the best time of year to book all your West End theatre tickets for the coming months. Don’t miss out on the long-running shows that have always been on your bucket list, like Wicked and The Lion King or discover one of London's latest theatre gems like Stranger Things: The First Shadow and tell all your friends about it.
See the best of the West End this autumn, and plan your theatre trips for 2024. You'll need to book quickly though, as London Theatre Week has now been extended to 17 September. Book now for the best prices on London Theatre Week tickets, and see over 50 shows from £15, £25, and £35.
Check out the top shows taking part in London Theatre Week below, and book your tickets on London Theatre today.
The Lion King follows Simba's transformation from a mere lion cub to King of the Pride Lands. How? With a bit of help from the Serengeti's circle of life, of course. Don't stay in the shadowlands this year. Instead, roar with pride and see the joyous Disney musical in the West End.
Book The Lion King tickets during London Theatre Week.
It's time to defy gravity in London. Okay, maybe not in real life, but you can imagine you're soaring through the Ozian skies at Wicked in London. Follow the story of the green-skinned witch who learns of her magical powers and must decide whether to use them for good.
Wicked features an anthemic score by Stephen Schwartz, and songs include "No Good Deed," "Popular," and "The Wizard and I." Discover the magic of Oz and make your one short day in the West End stand out. Everyone deserves a chance to fly, or see Wicked, after all.
Book Wicked tickets during London Theatre Week.
Don't just belt "Let it Go" in the car — listen to the professionals sing at Frozen the Musical. Samantha Barks plays Elsa in this snowy musical, which sees the aforementioned queen run away from Arendelle in fear of her icy powers. Love is definitely an open door at Theatre Royal Drury Lane — so don’t wait to see one of the coolest musicals in town.
Book Frozen the Musical tickets during London Theatre Week.
We’re marching door to door to see The Book of Mormon in the West End. Follow two eager Elders as they serve their two-year mission to Uganda. While they’re halfway across the world, the pair must do all they can to spread the word of the Latter-Day Saints, but it’s easier said than done.
South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q’s Robert Lopez’s religious comedy continues to play to packed crowds. This show will change your life.
Book The Book of Mormon tickets during London Theatre Week.
Get ready for 1.21 gigawatts of supercharged musical entertainment. Back to the Future is a sci-fi musical that combines everything you love about the original film with a sprinkling of 21st-century musical magic. Follow Marty McFly and Doc Brown, two accidental time-travellers who try to make it from 1985 to 1955 and back. Where you're going, you don't need roads.
Book Back to the Future: The Musical tickets during London Theatre Week.
Is that the smell of rebellion? Join Matilda, a remarkable young girl, as she discovers her extraordinary powers and dares to challenge the status quo. Roald Dahl's classic story is a heartwarming and triumphant tale of courage, intellect, and the power of standing up for what's right, all set to an unforgettable score by Tim Minchin.
Book Matilda the Musical tickets during London Theatre Week.
Join the uprising in this revolutionary masterpiece set in 19th-century France, with a sweeping score that will leave you saying, "One encore more!" Follow the journey of ex-convict Jean Valjean, the relentless Inspector Javert, and a band of spirited rebels as they sing their way to freedom, love, and a standing ovation-worthy performance.
Book Les Misérables tickets during London Theatre Week.
Lovers of the hit Netflix series Stranger Things have had their prayers answered. Kate Trefry, the Duffer Brothers, and Jack Thorne have created an original story for the stage, set 30 years before the TV show, which tells the origin story of a young Henry Creel, who later becomes the monstrous Vecna. You can expect theatrical special effects, mind-blowing feats of technology and exquisite costumes. We promise this isn't a show to be missed, and friends don't lie.
Book Stranger Things: The First Shadow tickets during London Theatre Week.
There's a 30 percent chance it's already raining — and a 100 percent chance that you're buying tickets to this fetch new musical in the West End. That's right, Mean Girls is making its way to London. Watch as Cady Heron navigates teenage life, competing clicks, and the infamous Plastics in this new musical adapted by director Casey Nicholaw, composer Jeff Richmond, lyricist Nell Benjamin, and book writer Tina Fey, who is also the creator of the original 2004 film.
Book Mean Girls tickets during London Theatre Week.
This musical is simply the best! Step back in time and chart how Tina Turner, the Queen of Rock and Roll, became a singing sensation. Listen to some of Turner's greatest hits from "What's Love Got to Do With It" and "Proud Mary," to “River Deep Mountain High," "Better Be Good To Me," and, of course, "The Best." You'll be humming along to Turner's legendary music all the way home.
Book Tina: The Tina Turner Musical tickets during London Theatre Week.
Explore over 60 shows available during London Theatre Week. Book London Theatre Week tickets from £15, £25, and £35, now until 3 March.
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