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The Book of Mormon

Broadway's smash hit musical arrived in London at the Prince of Wales Theatre following previews in February 2013. Winner of a staggering 9...

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s Starring Pixie Lott

Now on sale, pop sensation Pixie Lott takes to the stage to make her West End debut in Breakfast at Tiffany’s summer 2016. This new adaptation by Tony and Olivier Award winning playwright Richard Greenberg promises to be much truer to the dark material of Truman Capote’s original novella. Pixie Lott will take on the iconic role of Holly Golightly made famous by Audrey Hepburn in the classic 1961 movie. Described as a play with music the show will feature original songs as well as music from the era the play is set.


Now playing at the Playhouse theatre Headlong’s startling adaptation of George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel 1984. Never has the story of a society that keeps its inhabitants under constant surveillance felt more relevant. This critically celebrated show was previously performed at the Almeida, where it completely sold out. Now seen by a quarter of a million people this hit show is back in the West End by popular demand before embarking on a world tour. The play is like a thought provoking smack in the face and comes highly recommended. Tickets available from just £19.84. Read our review here.

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  • Sinatra


    London Palladium

    Opens 10 Jul 2015

    Celebrate 100 years of Frank Sinatra with the world premiere of this unique tribute show that intersperse his greatest hits with rare and unseen video footage.

  • American Idiot Save 28%

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    Arts Theatre

    Opens 17 Jul 2015

    X-Factor finalist Amelia Lily stars in the West End premiere of the Tony Award winning Green Day musical, American Idiot. The show tells the story of three young men...

  • Impossible

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    Noel Coward Theatre

    Opens 24 Jul 2015

    Eight world-class magicians in one spectacular show that promises grand stage illusions, daredevil escapology, state-of-the-art technological tricks and...

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  • Whose Line is it Anyway? Live

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    Adelphi Theatre

    Closes 05 Jul 2015

    This production marks the world premiere of Whose Line is it Anyway? Live. This stage version of the classic show is hosted by Clive Anderson and reunites some of the...

  • Death of a Salesman Save 31%

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    Noel Coward Theatre

    Closes 18 Jul 2015

    The Royal Shakespeare Company’s critically acclaimed production of Arthur Miller’s American tragedy transfers to the West End’s Noel Coward Theatre. Willy Loman a...

  • The Audience


    Apollo Theatre

    Closes 25 Jul 2015

    Back by popular demand Peter Morgan's The Audience returns to the West End for a second run following its sell out success at the Gielgud Theatre in 2013. This time...

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