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What happened before Dorothy dropped in? The Wizard of Oz is reimagined in this record-breaking musical classic. Sweeping awards and selling out across the world, you won’t want to miss the chance to see the dazzling original staging. Get your tickets to Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre today.
Sometimes you have to be a little bit naughty! Based on the classic novel, this global smash is all about the power of stories– and a little bit of misbehaviour. Winning awards around the world, the West End production is the original version of this innovative and heartwarming musical. Take your turn at Matilda the Musical at the Cambridge Theatre today.
The show must go on– no matter what goes wrong! The original hit from Mischief Theatre went from pub theatre to the West End, and has played to sell-out crowds everywhere along the way. The hilariously inept Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society won’t let anything stop them from putting on a good show in this riotously funny slapstick comedy. Book your tickets to The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre today.
Oh what a night! The award-winning jukebox musical that started the trend is back on the West End. The story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons comes to life through their hit songs and Tony and Olivier Award-winning script. Grab your tickets to Jersey Boys at Trafalgar Studios today.
What if the only way to get rid of a ghost is to tell her story? This long-running hit continues to terrify audiences with a masterful display of theatre magic. Two men try to rid themselves of a ghost– but surely the story they’re telling isn’t real? You’ll have to see it to believe it at The Woman In Black at the Fortune Theatre.