Selected listings for London shows


Alexandra Palace


A Christmas Carol

by Charles Dickens, adapted by Mark Gatiss

24 November 2023–7 January 2024

Following a successful run in 2021, Mark Gatiss’s retelling of Dickens’s heart-warming ghost story returns to Alexandra Palace with a cast including Keith Allen as Scrooge.

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story:  Alexandra Palace


Ambassadors Theatre


Private Lives

by Noël Coward, director Christopher Luscombe

Until 25 November 2023

Revival of Coward’s sparkling comedy of manners, starring Nigel Havers and Patricia Hodge as older-than-usual divorcees Elyot and Amanda who fall in love again while married to other partners. A touring Theatre Royal Bath production.

Private Lives | Official Box Office | Ambassadors Theatre (


The Enfield Haunting

by Paul Unwin, director Angus Jackson

30 November 2023–2 March 2024

New play dramatizing the notorious poltergeist events experienced by a working-class family in a north London council house in the late 70s. Starring Catherine Tate and David Threlfall.

The Enfield Haunting | Official Box Office | Ambassadors Theatre (




My Neighbour Totoro

Adapted by Tom Morton-Smith from the feature animation by Hayao Miyazaki with music by Joe Hisaishi, director Phelim McDermott

21 November 2023–23 March 2024

Winner of six Olivier Awards, this Royal Shakespeare Company staging of the celebrated 1988 animated feature film returns to the Barbican after a sell-out run last year. My Neighbour Totoro is a coming-of-age story exploring the magical fantasy world of childhood and the transformative power of imagination, as it follows one extraordinary summer in the lives of sisters Satsuki and Mei.

My Neighbour Totoro | Barbican


Donmar Warehouse



by Lynn Nottage, director Lynette Linton

Until 2 December 2023

Under the tyrannical eye of their boss Clyde, a group of ex-prisoners are given a second chance to put their lives back on track, as they strive to create the perfect sandwich in the kitchen of a run-down Pennsylvania truck stop.

Clyde’s | Donmar Warehouse



by William Shakespeare, director Max Webster

8 December 2023–10 February 2024

This fresh production of the medieval Scottish tragedy uses binaural sound technology to place us inside the minds of the Macbeths. Starring David Tennant and Cush Jumbo as the murderous couple.

Macbeth | Donmar Warehouse


Duchess Theatre


The Play that Goes Wrong

by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shield, director Mark Bell

Booking to 3 November 2024

The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are putting on a 1920s murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong … does! The original Mischief Theatre show, which won the 2015 Oliver Award for Best New Comedy, now the longest-running comedy in the West End.

The Play That Goes Wrong | Book Official Tickets | Duchess Theatre (


Duke of York’s Theatre


Backstairs Billy

Until 27 January 2024

by Marcelo Dos Santos, director Michael Grandage

New comedy presented by the Michael Grandage Company that looks at a pivotal moment in the 50-year relationship between the Queen Mother (Penelope Wilton) and her loyal servant William “Billy” Tallon (Luke Evans).

Backstairs Billy Tickets | Duke of York’s Theatre in London West End | ATG Tickets


Garrick Theatre



Adapted by Lolita Chakrabarti from the novel by Maggie O’Farrell, director Erica Whyman

Until 17 February 2024

Speculative drama about the strains between Shakespeare’s family life in Stratford-upon-Avon and his burgeoning theatrical career in London, after the death of his 11-year-old twin son Hamnet and his estrangement from his wife Agnes.

Hamnet – Nimax Theatres


Hackney Empire



Adapted and directed by Clive Rowe

Until 31 December 2023

The Hackney Empire’s annual pantomime this Christmas is Aladdin, starring Clive Rowe as Widow Twankey. Aladdin lets the mysterious genie out of the lamp to try to make his dreams come true, but in doing so he unleashes an unstoppable force.

Aladdin | Hackney Empire


Hampstead Theatre


Main Stage

To Have and to Hold

by Richard Bean, directors Richard Wilson and Terry Johnson

Until 25 November 2023

New black comedy about two siblings returning home to help their bickering elderly parents who are struggling with everyday matters but who are resistant to change.

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Rock ’n’ Roll

by Tom Stoppard, director Nina Raine

6 December 2023–27 January 2024

Revival of Tom Stoppard’s epic play set in Cambridge and Prague about the anti-communist dissident movement in Czechoslovakia from the Prague Spring of 1968 to the Velvet Revolution of 1989, with a rock ’n’ roll background.

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Nineteen Gardens

by Magdalena Miecznicka, director Alice Hamilton

Until 9 December 2023

Polish writer Magdalena Miecznicka’s first play in English. Nearly two years after the end of their affair, Aga – now working as a chambermaid to support her family – and John – married into a world of wealth and privilege – meet again for unfinished business.

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This Much I Know

by Jonathan Spector, director Chelsea Walker

13 December 2023–27 January 2024

New play about a psychology professor’s wife who suddenly takes off on an epic journey across Russia delving deep into Soviet history on a quest to solve a family mystery.

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Harold Pinter Theatre



by Penelope Skinner, director Ian Rickson

Until 23 December 2023

After disappearing into reclusion 30 years ago in mysterious circumstances, famous actress Elaine summons young film executive Kate to her remote Cornish home to assist with her comeback. New post-MeToo play starring Kristin Scott Thomas and Lily James.

Lyonesse | Official Box Office | Harold Pinter Theatre


The Hills of California

by Jez Butterworth, director Sam Mendes

27 January 2023–15 June 2024

The Webb sisters return to their mother’s run-down guest house in Blackpool, as she lies dying upstairs, during the 1976 heatwave summer. Jez Butterworth and Sam Mendes reunite after the transatlantic success of The Ferryman.

The Hills of California Tickets | Harold Pinter Theatre in London West End | ATG Tickets


Kiln Theatre

Two Strangers (Carry a Cake across New York)

by Jim Barne and Kit Buchan, director Tim Jackson

Until 20 January 2024

Brit Dougal flies to New York for his dad’s second wedding, where he is met at the airport by Robin, the sister of the bride. There is definitely no instant attraction, but with a wedding imminent anything could happen … A new British musical.

Two Strangers (Carry a Cake across New York) | Kiln Theatre


Lyric Theatre


Peter Pan Goes Wrong

by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields, director Adam Meggido

23 November 2023–14 January 2024

Mischief return to the West End with their riotous spin on Peter Pan. The members of the Cornley Drama Society are back on stage, battling technical hitches, flying mishaps, and cast disputes as they attempt to present J.M. Barrie’s timeless classic. But will they ever make it to Neverland?

Peter Pan Goes Wrong – Nimax Theatres


Lyric Hammersmith



by Vikki Stone, director by Tonderai Munyevu

Until 6 January 2024

The Lyric Hammersmith’s Christmas panto this year is writer and composer Vikki Stone’s outrageous adaptation of Cinderella, full to the brim with sass and magic, rip-roaring comedy, live music, and chart-topping hits.

Cinderella – Lyric Hammersmith


National Theatre



Infinite Life

by Annie Baker, director James Macdonald

22 November 2023–13 January 2024

Five women in Northern California lie outside on chaise longues and philosophize. Annie Baker’s new play is a surprisingly funny enquiry into the complexity of suffering, and what it means to desire in a body that’s failing you. Direct from a run at the Atlantic Theater Company in New York.

Infinite Life | National Theatre


Till the Stars Come Down

by Beth Steel, director Bijan Sheibani

24 January–16 March 2024

Over the course of a hot summer’s day, a family gathers to welcome a newcomer into their midst for a wedding. But as the vodka flows and dances are shared, passions boil over and the limits of love are tested. A new play by Beth Steel.

Till the Stars Come Down | National Theatre



The House of Bernard Alba

by Alice Birch after Federico García Lorca, director Rebecca Frecknall

Until 6 January 2024

Harriet Walter plays the formidable matriarch Bernarda Alba who keeps a repressive grip on her five daughters after the death of their father, in a new radical version of Lorca’s masterpiece.

The House of Bernarda Alba | National Theatre



Created by Amit Lahav

12–27 January 2024

A story of desperation, compassion, and acceptance inspired by the migration stories of physical theatre company Gecko’s international performers and the extraordinary voyage of artistic director Amit Lahav’s grandmother from persecution in Yemen to Palestine.

Kin | National Theatre


Noël Coward Theatre


The Motive and the Cue

by Jack Thorne, director Sam Mendes

9 December 2023–23 March 2024

Richard Burton (Johnny Flynn), newly married to Elizabeth Taylor (Tuppence Middleton), is to play the title role in an experimental new production of Hamlet on Broadway under the exacting direction of John Gielgud (Mark Gatiss). But as rehearsals progress, two ages of theatre collide and the collaboration between actor and director soon threatens to unravel. Transferred from the National Theatre.

The Motive and the Cue – Noël Coward Theatre (


Old Vic


A Christmas Carol

by Charles Dickens, adapted by Jack Thorne, director Matthew Warchus

Until 6 January 2024

The seventh outing for the Old Vic’s annual Christmas show, this time starring Christopher Eccleston as Scrooge in Dickens’s evergreen fable.

A Christmas Carol | Old Vic Theatre


Orange Tree Theatre


She Stoops to Conquer

by Oliver Goldsmith, director Tom Littler with Francesca Ellis

Until 13 January 2024

Goldsmith’s 18th-century romantic comedy of misunderstanding and class satire is relocated to a 1930s country house world of Jeeves and Wooster. Starring Freddie Fox, Tanya Reynolds, David Horovitch, and Greta Scacchi.

She Stoops to Conquer – Orange Tree Theatre


Palace Theatre


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Parts I & II

by Jack Thorne, director John Tiffany

Booking until 17 September 2024

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a brand new stage play inspired by the Harry Potter franchise written by Jack Thorne based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany. Set “nineteen years later” after the last novel, it is presented in two parts intended to be seen in order on the same day (matinee and evening), or on two consecutive evenings.

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Phoenix Theatre


Stranger Things: The First Shadow

by Kate Trefy, the Duffer Brothers, and Jack Thorne, director Stephen Daldry

Until 30 June 2024

This new play is set within the mythology and world of Netflix’s hugely popular sci-fi horror series Stranger Things, a prequel that features the characters when young living in the fictional small town of Hawkins, Indiana in 1959.

Stranger Things: The First Shadow Tickets | Phoenix Theatre in London West End | ATG Tickets


Prince Edward Theatre


Dear England

by James Graham, director Rupert Goold

Until 13 January 2024

New play by James Graham about how Gareth Southgate (Joseph Fiennes) confronts his own trauma after missing a vital penalty as a player for England to become manager of the national team 20 years later and lead it in a much more positive direction. Transferred from the National Theatre.

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Riverside Studios


Ulster American

By David Ireland, director Jeremy Herrin

4 December 2023–27 January 2024

Black comedy about an Oscar-winning American actor, an English director, and a Northern Irish playwright are about to begin rehearsals for a new play which could transform each of their careers. But when it turns out that they’re not on the same page, the night threatens to spiral out of control. Starring Woody Harrelson, Andy Serkis, and Louisa Harland.

Ulster American | Riverside Studios


Royal Court Theatre


Jerwood Theatre Downstairs

Mates in Chelsea

by Rory Mullarkey, director Sam Pritchard

Until 16 December 2023

Rory Mullarkey’s riotous new play takes inspiration from Wilde and Wodehouse to create a contemporary comedy of manners set among the dwellers of south-west London who – somehow – remain our country’s ruling class.

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Dana H.

by Lucas Hnath, director Les Waters

16 January 2023–9 March 2024

Tony Award-winning show based on the true story of a psych ward chaplain held captive by a patient, told in her own words and using her own voice, with recorded interviews reconstructed for the stage by her son, playwright Lucas Hnath, and lip-synced by Deirdre O’Connell.

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Savoy Theatre


Plaza Suite

by Neil Simon, director John Benjamin Hickey

17 January–13 March 2024

Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker star in Neil Simon’s 1968 romantic comedy, playing three different couples staying in a suite in New York’s Plaza Hotel.

Plaza Suite | Savoy Theatre | Official Box Office (


Shakespeare’s Globe


Globe Theatre

Hansel and Gretel

by the Brothers Grimm, adapted by Simon Armitage, director Nick Bagnall

8 December 2023–7 January 2024

Poet Laureate Simon Armitage’s new version of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, filled with music and magic for Christmas.

Hansel and Gretel | Festive Events | What’s On | Shakespeare’s Globe (


Sam Wanamaker Playhouse


by Henrik Ibsen, adapted and directed by Joe Hill-Gibbins

Until 28 January 2024

Ibsen’s searing exploration of family secrets and forbidden desire is given a fresh interpretation by Joe Hill-Gibbins, starring Natalie Morahan, Paul Hilton, and Greg Hicks. The first time the great Norwegian playwright has been staged at the Globe.

Ghosts | Sam Wanamaker Playhouse 10th Anniversary Season | What’s On | Shakespeare’s Globe (


St Martin’s Theatre


The Mousetrap

by Agatha Christie, director Ian Talbot

Booking to 14 September 2024

Agatha Christie’s 1952 murder mystery is the world’s longest-running play. A group of people gathered together in a remote part of the countryside discover there is a murderer in their midst. The question is which one of them is the guilty party.

The Mousetrap Official Site – The world’s longest running play in the West End (


Theatre Royal Haymarket


Noises Off

by Michael Frayn, director Lindsay Posner

Booking to 16 December

This revival of Michael Frayn’s classic farce – a play within a play – returns to the West End with an all-star cast including Felicity Kendal, Jonathan Coy, Alexander Hanson, Mathew Horne, Tamzin Outhwaite, and James Fleet.

Noises Off | Official Theatre Website (


Theatre Royal Stratford East


Jack and the Beanstalk

Book and lyrics Anna Jordan, music and lyrics Robert Hyman, director Denzel Westley-Sanderson

Until 6 January 2024

Theatre Royal Stratford East’s Christmas panto this year is Jack and the Beanstalk. Can Jack defeat the Giant by reaching the top of the beanstalk?

Jack and the Beanstalk 2023 – Stratford East


Wyndham’s Theatre


The Unfriend

by Steven Moffat, director Mark Gatiss

16 December 2023–9 March 2024

First seen at Chichester in 2022, Steven Moffat’s debut play returns to the West End after a short run earlier this year, now starring Lee Mack, France Barber, and Sarah Alexander. A comedy about a British couple on holiday in the States who make friends with an American woman who proves to be more than they bargained for when she comes to stay with them.

The Unfriend at Wyndham’s Theatre (


Young Vic


The Homecoming

by Harold Pinter, director Matthew Dunster

27 November 2023–27 January 2024

Revival of Pinter’s classic play about a power struggle within a working-class family in a small house in East London after an academic son returns home from America with his new wife. Starring Jared Harris.

The Homecoming | Young Vic website




Adelphi Theatre


Back to the Future the Musical

Music and lyrics by Alan Silvestri and Glen Ballard, book by Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, director John Rando

Booking to 21 July 2024

New musical adapted from the iconic 1985 film. The story follows a teenager who via a time-travelling DeLorean finds himself back in 1955 where he meets his high school-aged parents, but his meddling with time threatens his own existence.

Back to the Future: The Musical | Adelphi Theatre (


Aldwych Theatre


Tina: The Tina Turner Musical

Book by Katori Hall, with Frank Ketelaar and Kees Prins, director Phyllida Lloyd

Booking to 14 September 2024

Jukebox musical about the life and works of superstar singer Tina Turner.

Nederlander Theatres – Tina – The Tina Turner Musical


Almeida Theatre


Cold War

Book by Conor McPherson, music by Elvis Costello, based on the film by Paweł Pawlikowski, director Rupert Goold

30 November 2023–27 January 2023

Love story between a singer (Anya Chalotra) and a composer (Luke Thallon), both dreaming of escape in post-war communist Poland.

Cold War | Almeida Theatre


Apollo Theatre


The Time Traveller’s Wife

Book by Lauren Gunderson, music and lyrics by Joss Stone and Dave Stewart, director Bill Buckhurst

Booking to 30 March 2024

New time-travelling romantic musical based on the international bestselling novel by Audrey Niffenegger and the 2009 film. Starring David Hunter and Joanna Woodward.

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Apollo Victoria Theatre



Songs by Stephen Schwartz, book by Winnie Holzman, director Joe Mantello

Booking to 15 December 2024

Two friends become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good Witch of the South. Based on Gregory Maguire’s novel that re-imagined the stories and characters created by L. Frank Baum in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

Wicked the Musical London


Bridge Theatre


Guys & Dolls

Music and lyrics by Frank Loesser, book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, director Nicholas Hytner

Until 31 August 2024

Revival of Frank Loesser’s Tony Award-winning 1950 musical based on short stories by Damon Runyon about hustlers in the underworld of 1920s New York City.

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Cambridge Theatre



Songs by Tim Minchin, book by Dennis Kelly, director Matthew Warchus

Booking to 15 December 2024

Royal Shakespeare Company musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s children’s novel about a precocious girl growing up in difficult circumstances.

Matilda The Musical | Official London Website


Dominion Theatre


The King and I

Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, director Bartlett Sher

20 January–2 March 2024

This Tony Award-winning production of the classic 1951 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical was first seen on Broadway in 2015, then in the West End in 2018. It tells the story of the relationship between a British teacher and widow who is hired by the King of Siam in efforts to modernize the country. Starring Helen George and Darren Lee.

The King and I – Dominion Theatre


Fortune Theatre


Operation Mincemeat

Book, lyrics, and music by SpitLip, director Robert Hastie

Booking to 15 June 2024

Operation Mincemeat is a musical comedy based on the extraordinary but true story of the plan to fool the Nazis using a dead body and a dossier of fake plans in 1943, which helped the Allies to win the Second World War. After sold-out runs at New Diorama Theatre and Southwark Playhouse, plus an extended Riverside Studios last summer, the show transfers to the West End.

Operation Mincemeat: A New Musical (


Gielgud Theatre


Old Friends

by Stephen Sondheim, devised and produced by Cameron Macintosh

Until 6 January 2024

A tribute revue taken from the musicals of the late great Stephen Sondheim, starring the likes of Bernadette Peters, Lea Salonga, Janie Dee, and Bonnie Langford.

Stephen Sondheim’s Old Friends – Gielgud Theatre (


Gillian Lynne Theatre


Crazy for You

Music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, book by Ken Ludwig, director Susan Stroman

Until 31 December 2023

Transfer of Chichester Festival Theatre production of Gershwin backstage musical (based on Girl Crazy plus other songs, framed by Ken Ludwig), starring Charlie Stemp as a wannabe song-and-dance man determined to make sure the show goes on.

Crazy For You | Gillian Lynne Theatre (


His Majesty’s Theatre


The Phantom of the Opera

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Charles Hart, director Harold Prince

Booking to 28 September 2024

Based on Gaston Leroux’s gothic novel, this haunting musical traces the tragic love story of a beautiful opera singer and a young composer shamed by his physical appearance into a shadowy existence beneath the majestic Opera Paris House.

The Phantom of the Opera London Tickets | His Majesty’s Theatre (


London Palladium


Peter Pan

Adapted from story by J.M. Barrie, director Michael Harrison

9 December 2023–14 January 2024

Back for an eighth season, the London Palladium pantomime is renowned for its spectacular production values as the UK’s biggest panto. Peter Pan sees the return to the venue of Jennifer Saunders, Paul Zerdin, Nigel Havers, and Gary Wilmot.

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Lyceum Theatre


The Lion King

Music by Elton John, lyrics by Tim Rice, with additional songs by Lebo M, Julie Taymor, Mark Mancina and Hans Zimmer, book by Roger Allers and Irene Mecchi, director Julie Taymor

Booking to 2 June 2024

A re-imagining of Disney’s 1994 animated adventure film which brings the African jungle to life.

The Lion King | The Lion King Musical: London Home


Menier Chocolate Factory


Pacific Overtures

Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by John Weidman, director Matthew White

25 November 2023–24 March 2024

One of Stephen Sondheim’s most ambitious, rarely seen musicals comes to the Menier Chocolate Factory in a co-production with Umeda Arts Theater in Japan, where it has already been staged in Tokyo and Osaka. The story of the arrival of the West in 1853 in isolated Japan is seen from a Western perspective but played in an Eastern style.

Pacific Overtures | Menier Chocolate Factory


National Theatre



The Witches

Book and lyrics by Lucy Kirkwood, music and lyrics by Dave Malloy, director Lyndsey Turner

Until 27 January 2024

New musical adventure based on Roald Dahl’s much-loved story about a boy and his gran trying to stop witches turning all children into mice.

The Witches | National Theatre


Novello Theatre


Mamma Mia!

Book by Catherine Johnson, songs by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, director Phyllida Lloyd

Booking to 28 September 2024

Sofia invites all three of her possible fathers to her wedding on the Greek island where she lives with her mother. Inspired by the songs of ABBA.

Mama Mia! at Novello Theatre (


Piccadilly Theatre


Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Book by John Logan, director Alex Timbers

Booking to 30 March 2024

Moulin Rouge! The Musical is based on the Academy Award-winning Baz Luhrmann film set in the Montmartre Quarter of Paris at the turn of the twentieth century. It follows the show’s run on Broadway, which unveiled the jukebox musical’s eclectic pop score with songs by the likes of Madonna, Lady Gaga, and Elton John.

Moulin Rouge The Musical Theatre Tickets – Official Box Office – Piccadilly Theatre (


Playhouse Theatre



Songs by John Kander and Fred Ebb, book by Joe Masteroff, director Rebecca Frecknall

Booking to 29 June 2024

Celebrated musical based on Christopher Isherwood’s short stories set in early 1930s Berlin, where American writer Cliff Bradshaw meets English cabaret singer Sally Bowles, a performer at the Kit Kat Club. But the rise of Nazism threatens this hedonistic Weimar Republic haven. This immersive production won seven Olivier Awards.

Cabaret | Official Box Office | The Kit Kat Club at the Playhouse Theatre


Prince of Wales Theatre


The Book of Mormon

Book, music, and lyrics by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, and Matt Stone, directors Casey Nicholaw and Trey Parker

Booking to 23 March 2024

Tony and Olivier Award-winning musical satire from the creators of South Park which follows two Mormon missionaries who are sent from the comfort of Salt Lake City to Uganda in Africa in order to spread the word of their church.

The Book of Mormon at Prince of Wales Theatre (


Savoy Theatre


Sunset Boulevard

Book and lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton, music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, director Jamie Lloyd

Until 6 January 2024

Nicole Scherzinger plays famed old-time movie star Norma Desmond who dreams of making a Hollywood comeback with the help of an opportunistic screenwriter with whom she has an affair, but her obsessive passion threatens them both. Revival of Lloyd Webber’s musical based on Billy Wilder’s celebrated 1950 film.

Sunset Boulevard starring Nicole Scherzinger | Official Box Office | Savoy Theatre (


Shaftesbury Theatre


Mrs. Doubtfire

Music and lyrics by Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick, book by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell, director Jerry Zaks

Booking to 29 Sepember 2024

Out-of-work actor Daniel will do anything for his kids. After losing custody in a messy divorce, he creates the alter ego of Scottish nanny Euphegenia Doubtfire in a desperate attempt to stay in their lives. As his new character takes on a life of its own, Mrs. Doubtfire teaches Daniel more than he bargained for about how to be a father. Based on the 1993 movie, this musical was premiered in the US in 2019.

Mrs. Doubtfire – Shaftesbury Theatre




The Little Big Things

Book by Joe White, lyrics by Nick Butcher and Tom Ling, music by Nick Butcher, director Luke Sheppard

Until 2 March 2024

Based on the autobiography by Henry Fraser, this new musical tells the inspiring story of how after becoming a tetraplegic due to a diving accident he overcame the odds to become a successful artist, inspirational speaker, and best-selling author.

The Little Big Things – A New Musical (


Sondheim Theatre


Les Misérables

Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg with original text by Alain Boublil and English lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer, directors Trevor Nunn and John Caird

Booking to 28 September 2024

Victor Hugo’s epic tale of passion and destruction in 19th-century France told in the West End’s longest-running musical.

Les Misérables at Sondheim Theatre


Theatre Royal Drury Lane


Disney’s Frozen the Musical

Book by Jennifer Lee, songs by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, director Michael Grandage

Booking to 2 June 2024

Musical based on the highest-grossing animated film of all time (made by Disney), with a story inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen about two princess sisters. Opens the refurbished Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

Disney’s Frozen Musical Tickets | Theatre Royal Drury Lane (


Trafalgar Theatre


Jersey Boys

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, music by Bob Gaudio and lyrics by Bob Crewe, director Des McAnuff

Booking to 4 January 2024

Jukebox musical about the sixties US pop group Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. The Tony and Olivier Award-winning musical returns to the West End in the new Trafalgar Theatre (formerly Trafalgar Studios).

Jersey Boys – Trafalgar Theatre


Vaudeville Theatre


by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, directors Lucy Moss and Jamie Armitage

Booking to 3 November 2024

From Tudor Queens to Pop Princesses, the six wives of Henry VIII take to the mic to tell their tales, remixing five hundred years of historical heartbreak into an 80-minute celebration of 21st-century girl power.

Six – Nimax Theatres


Victoria Palace Theatre



by Lin-Manuel Miranda, director Thomas Kail

Booking to 28 September 2024

Inspired by the book Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow, this multi-award-winning Broadway show tells the story of the American founding father who rose from humble origins to become head of the Treasury after independence.

Hamilton at Victoria Palace Theatre