Did you know that Sunday theatre happens all over London? Sunday is one of the best days of the week to see a show. London theatre shows on Sunday include The Play That Goes Wrong, as well as Disney musicals like Frozen. Many West End Sunday shows tend to have afternoon performances, so you can go to the theatre during the day and be ready for the Monday morning rush the next day. Musicals in London on a Sunday are great for audiences who have busy weekday schedules, or want to catch up with friends and family for a fabulous, theatrical ending to the week!
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How far would you go for justice? Shakespeare’s startlingly timely political drama returns to Shakespeare’s Globe for their 25th anniversary season. Julius Caesar wants to be king– or so his best friend Brutus begins to suspect. But how far will Brutus go in the name of justice? Join the crowd at Julius Caesar at Shakespeare’s Globe today.
Funerals bring us together… and the money pulls us apart. David Harbour and Bill Pullman star in this brand new black comedy from award-winning playwright Theresa Rebeck. A group of siblings clash over an inheritance in this world premier production. Get your seat at the table for Mad House at the Ambassadors Theatre.
You’ve been summoned for jury service! Experience an Agatha Christie classic in a unique, historic courtroom setting. A widower is on trial, but only you can decide if he faces the noose in this enthralling production. Cast your judgment at Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall today.
Can a lounge singer help a convent find its voice? This hit adaptation of the beloved film returns to the West End at last. After two tours of the UK, Dolores Van Cartier is back in London with a soulful score from Alan Menken of Disney fame. Get on your feet for Sister Act: The Musical at the Eventim Apollo today.
What does it take to stand for justice? Rafe Spall stars in this thrilling adaptation of the classic novel by acclaimed writer Aaron Sorkin (The West Wing). A shocking crime rocks a small town, and a young girl learns what it means to stand up for what’s right in this award-winning new play. Learn more about To Kill A Mockingbird at the Gielgud Theatre today.
Harry’s story isn’t quite over yet. This record-smashing global hit continues its successful West End. Nineteen years after the end of the iconic novels, Harry Potter’s son faces new kinds of dark magic. The two-part play is an epic tale of love, family, and redemption, with theatrical magic like you’ve never seen before. Fall under the spell of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre and book your tickets today.
How can I resist you? This crowd-pleasing global smash began in London and continues to delight audiences around the world. The hit songs of ABBA tell the story of a bride-to-be who just wants to know who should walk her down the aisle! Join the party at Mamma Mia! at the Novello 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.
What would happen after Romeo and Juliet if Juliet didn't die? That's the question this pop-fuelled musical, from songwriting icon Max Martin, asks. Jam out to tunes made famous by Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, Pink, Ariana Grande, and more, as Juliet travels to Paris with new friends and new love. Find out more about &Juliet tickets at the Shaftesbury Theatre today.
A daring dash for freedom! This details of shocking true World War 2 story was only declassified in 1972, and now comes to the stage in an immersive production in the round. With a limited run, this daring new play tells the story of one of the most famous prison breaks of all time. Make your escape to Tom, Dick & Harry at Alexandra Palace today.