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Want to buy London theatre tickets? You’ve come to the right place. Take a look at our wide selection of West End shows that are available to book tickets for right now. As you scroll through the hundreds of shows on offer, we’re sure there will be a West End show to suit any occasion.
The West End is filled with historic productions that continue to run for decades. Don’t miss the classic productions like The Mousetrap, Mamma Mia!, and Wicked. Or, discover the latest West End theatre currently playing and see the newest London musicals and London plays that are wowing audiences. There are also plenty of Olivier Award-winning shows currently playing in the West End, showcasing the unbelievable world-class performances in London right now. If you want to get ahead of the crowd, why not be the first to get tickets for all the shows opening soon? West End theatre caters to everyone. From families to solo theatregoers, date nights to evenings out with friends, there are lots of shows for all types of audiences.
London’s West End is home to the best theatres in the world. Wherever you walk in central London, you’re never far from theatre history. So don’t miss out on the chance to experience the magic of live theatre in one of the greatest European cities. Scroll through our list of all the shows currently playing and start to plan an unforgettable trip to one of the best shows in London. Get tickets to all West End shows on London Theatre.
If you're looking to purchase seats in a specific section or at a specific price point, we recommend booking tickets early before your desired seats sell out. However, tickets to London shows are available up to the day of the show, so you can plan a last-minute theatre trip if you choose. Not all performances will have day-of availability, however, and ticket options might be limited.
Weeknights are great days to see London shows, as there are fewer tourists and therefore generally more availability and ticket price options, even last-minute. However, if you're looking to make a full day of your London theatre trip and/or are traveling with kids, a weekend is the best day to go, as most shows have matinee and evening performances.
We recommend arriving to the theatre approximately 30 minutes before showtime. This will give you time to enter the theatre (and potentially beat the crowds queuing to get in), use the bathroom, buy concessions and merchandise, and find your seat without rushing before curtain.
London theatres have no specific dress code; the most important thing is to wear something you'll be comfortable sitting in for a few hours. It is best to refrain, if possible, from wearing bulky layers (as there isn't much storage space for them in theatre seats) and noisy accessories.
Most theatres are closed one day a week; Monday and Sunday are the most common days for theatres to be closed. Each show operates on a slightly different schedule, though, so there is theatre going on in London seven days a week.