London Theatre Fringe & Off West End

There’s never been a better time to see off-West End theatre. There are lots of off-West End shows which run year around, including the bigger shows at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre or Southwark Playhouse. Did you know that shows like The Play That Goes Wrong began as a piece of fringe theatre in London? So even if you’re not seeing West End plays, you may be catching an iconic performance before the show becomes popular. There really is something for everyone in London fringe theatre, so don’t miss these off-West End shows in London. 

Book tickets for fringe and off-West End shows in London on London Theatre.

 
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  • Bring It On
    Bring It On
    Queen Elizabeth Hall
    Tuesday, Friday Matinee

    The smash hit Broadway cheerleading musical backflips into the UK, starring Love Island’s Amber Davies and Olympic gymnast Louis Smith. Bring It On: The Musical in London is at Queen Elizabeth Hall this Christmas. Bring It On tickets are available on London Theatre now.

  • The Book of Dust La Belle Sauvage
    The Book of Dust - La Belle Sauvage
    The Bridge Theatre
    Wednesday Matinee

    The thrilling first volume in Philip Pullman’s latest trilogy, The Book of Dust, is coming to the stage, making its world premiere at London’s Bridge Theatre. Follow two courageous young people who go on the run in order to protect a very special child.

  • Brian & Roger - A Highly Offensive Play
    Brian and Roger
    Menier Chocolate Factory
    No Matinee

    After four series of hit podcast Brian & Roger, the podcast is now being adapted for stage in Brian & Roger - A Highly Offensive Play at the Menier Chocolate Factory. The new play follows two men seeking support, and you can be a part of the group too.

  • Best of Enemies
    Best of Enemies
    Young Vic
    No Matinee

    1968 – a year of protest that divided America. As two men fight to become the next President, all eyes are on the battle between two others: the cunningly conservative William F Buckley Jr., and the iconoclastic liberal Gore Vidal.

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