Top London Theatre Week shows to see
Forget Christmas, summer, or Valentine's Day. We're celebrating London Theatre Week! London Theatre Week is the best time of year to book all your West End theatre tickets for the coming months. See the long-running shows that have always been on your bucket list, or discover a brand new piece of theatre and tell all your friends about it.
See the best of the West End this spring, and plan your theatre trips for summer 2022. You'll need to book quick though, as London Theatre Week runs from 21 February to 13 March. Book now for the best prices on London Theatre Week tickets.
Check out the top shows taking part in London Theatre Week below, and book your tickets on London Theatre today.
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. Lucie Jones plays Elphaba, a 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." Make your one short day in the West End stand out with Wicked tickets.
The West End roars into life thanks to The Lion King. The joyous Disney musical 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. Don't stay in the shadowlands this London Theatre Week. See The Lion King in the West End.
Stop screaming "Let it Go" in the car for the millionth time. Listen to the professionals sing "Let It Go" in Frozen the Musical. Samantha Barks plays Elsa in the wintry musical, which sees the aforementioned queen run away from Arendelle in fear of her icy powers. Frozen the Musical is the first show at the newly-renovated Theatre Royal Drury Lane, so it's worth visiting Frozen the Musical to see a new venue. Don't keep your theatre plans "frozen" in time, see Frozen the Musical in the West End..
Bring theatre tickets home to your family and friends and see Les Miserables in London. The epic production follows convict Jean Valjean change his life in early 19th-century France, barricades and all. Les Miserables is set to music by Boubil and Schoenberg including "On My Own," "One Day More," and "Do You Hear the People Sing."
A spoonful of... theatre tickets helps the medicine go down? It does for us! Everyone's favourite fictional nanny flies into the West End for even more fun, laughter, and dancing on the ceiling. Don't believe us? Watch Bert tap dance in "Step in Time" and gasp in disbelief.
Wish you could see Tina Turner live? Experience the next best thing at Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. The biographical jukebox musical tells the story of Anna Mae Bullock, a young Tennessee woman who grew up to become the vocal sensation, Tina Turner. Listen out for Tina Turner's greatest hits in the show, including "Private Dancer," "Proud Mary," and "River Deep Mountain High." Looking for simply the best London musical? It's Tina: The Tina Turner Musical.
As the famous lyric goes, "the phantom of the opera is here inside your mind." And the Phantom will be in your thoughts for many years to come once you've seen the iconic musical in London. The haunting musical follows Christine Daae, a Paris Opera House soprano who is taken captive in the Phantom's underground lair. Discover why The Phantom of the Opera has entranced audiences for over 35 years and see the musical sensation for yourself with London Theatre Week tickets.
Don't be like Evan Hansen, who always finds himself on the outside looking in. Step into the Noel Coward Theatre to see Dear Evan Hansen, the deeply moving musical that explores what it means to fit in. The three-time Olivier Award-winning musical is now a Hollywood blockbuster, but there's nothing quite like watching Dear Evan Hansen on stage.
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. Olly Dobson and Roger Bart play Marty McFly and Doc Brown, two accidental time-travellers who try to make it back to 1985. Where you're going, you don't need roads. Just Back to the Future theatre tickets.
Ever wished a Hogwarts letter of acceptance came through your letterbox? Well now you can get something just as great. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child theatre tickets. Join Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger as they return to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to take on even more demons. Accio tickets!
The Gillian Lynne Theatre is home to Andrew Lloyd Webber's newest musical, Cinderella. The fairytale narrative is spun on its head though: Cinderella's a punk princess. She does what she wants, and there's plenty of royal weddings. If you're wanting the full Cinderella experience, we recommend booking Cinderella tickets in the front eight rows of the stalls. Get ready to spin, it is a ball after all!
London Theatre Week and booking theatre tickets definitely go together! Grease in the West End returns for summer 2022, now with even more grit and Arlene Phillips' punchy choreography. Sure, being at high school may be slightly different now when comparing it to the 1950s, but can Danny and Sandy still make it work and find true love?
Many West End musicals started out on Broadway, but there's a few which began in the United Kingdom. & Juliet flies the flag for British musicals in London, and this pop-fuelled musical definitely gets the party started. & Juliet transforms the original Romeo and Juliet by reimagining Juliet's fateful ending. Miriam-Teak Lee plays the title character in this musical sensation, featuring the songs of Max Martin.
Wouldn't it be loverly to see a West End musical this summer? And now you can, as My Fair Lady heads to London. The 2018 Broadway production of My Fair Lady comes to the London Coliseum. The rain in Spain can't put a dampener on this production.
You're invited to attend Lady Whistledown's latest Society ball, taking place in the heart of London. Secret Cinema present their latest immersive experience, all inspired by Bridgerton, based on the Netflix smash-hit series and the Julia Quinn novels. Imagine you're living the high life in Regency England for one night only.
Explore over 50 shows available during London Theatre Week. Book London Theatre Week tickets from £15, £25, and £35 from 21 February - 13 March.
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