The Birmingham Repertory Theatre in association with Bill Kenwright are presenting a new stage production of The Exorcist, adapted by John Pielmeier from the novel by William Peter Blatty. The prod...
London Theatre Month - Offers on London Theatre
"Tra la, it's May! That happy holiday"...Now winter is firmly behind us, it's time to look forward to a warmer climate and with that some fantastic offers for the new season. London Theatre Month includes top offers across some of the West End's most exciting productions - from celebrity led plays to brand new original musicals. With so much on offer, we round-up some of the hottest deals for you to take advantage of this May.
Remember - these offers are all time sensitive, and when they're gone - they're gone! For a full selection of our London Theatre Month, visit our full offers page here.
Wicked - No Booking Fee
The long running Broadway and West End smash hit has delighted audiences at the Apollo Victoria Theatre for almost ten years. Taking a look behind the emerald curtain, Wicked explores the backstory to Oz showing everything that happened before Dorothy dropped in. With stunning visuals, memorable music and a fantastic cast of top West End stars, this is a timeless hit that deserves to be seen over and over again.
Kinky Boots - No Booking Fee
The Olivier and Tony Award-winning musical is one of London's newest hit shows, and has wowed audiences all over the globe. Featuring the Olivier Award-winning Matt Henry in the role of Lola, this is an uplifting and exciting stage adaptation of the hit film of the same name. With a fantastic message of acceptance and understanding, Kinky Boots is suitable for all the family and those looking to have a fantastic time.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Save 30%
Now booking into its final year in London's West End before transferring to Broadway, there's never been a better time to see this exciting musical. Based on the hit children's book by Roald Dahl, you'll be in a "world of pure imagination" as you follow Charlie Bucket into Willy Wonka's astonishing factory that must be believed to be seen. Grab your Golden Ticket today, before the West End loses one of its biggest hits.
Sunny Afternoon - Save 25%
The hit Olivier Award-winning Best Musical based on the life and songs of Ray Davies and The Kinks continues to play to packed houses at the Harold Pinter Theatre. A unique and exciting musical that features a string of hit songs, this is one of London's most successful jukebox musicals, and one that's not to be missed.
1984 - Save over 25%
The international hit stage adaptation of George Orwell's polemic novel returns to the West End for another limited season. Having delighted audiences previously at the Playhouse Theatre and on US National Tour, this is another chance to see an exciting theatrical production. Adapted by Olivier Award-winning director Robert Icke and writer Duncan Macmillan, open the door to Room 101 and see if you can survive Big Brother's watchful eye.
How the Other Half Loves - From £10
Alan Ayckbourn's glorious comedy returns to the West End for a strictly limited season at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. The production opened to excellent reviews, with critics praising Alan Strachan's tight direction and the performances of Nicholas Le Prevost, Jenny Seagrove and Tamzin Outhwaite. Don't miss the final weeks of this hilarious comedy revival.
Mrs Henderson Presents - From £10
This fantastic new musical drama transfers to London from a successful run at the Theatre Royal Bath. Having opened to great reviews, the show was nominated for the Olivier Award for Best Musical, with three of the show's stars, Tracie Bennett, Emma Williams and Ian Bartholomew also nominated. With only a few weeks left to catch this excellent new show, make sure you support British musical theatre at its finest.
The End of Longing - Save up to 40%
'Friends' star Matthew Perry returns to London's West End in this brand new self-penned comedy about dealing with addiction. With a fantastic cast, sleek set and a witty script, this black comedy is a refreshing addition to the West End.