Get tickets to these shows on both sides of the pond this Cyber Monday and Black Friday!
After 20 months of no travel, we can finally plan trips again and see shows on both sides of the Atlantic. So whether you want to hop on a plane to catch the latest West End or Broadway hit or catch an across-the-pond transfer in your own town, there’s a show for you to see right now.
However, many hit shows are playing in both cities at the moment. There are Tony-winning musicals in both cities, exciting transfers of productions, and so much more to get tickets to. And with our exclusive Black Friday theatre tickets in London and Cyber Sale theatre ticket deals, there’s never been a better time to get your tickets to see a show — plane tickets not required!
Come From Away
The West End and Broadway both have their safe havens of Canadian camaraderie with Come From Away. The heartfelt musical is inspired by the lives of 7,000 stranded air passengers who were forced to land in Gander and the Newfoundland communities that welcomed them in.
Come From Away is a story of human connection and the power of coming together in times of trouble. Thankfully, these compassionate tales aren’t just limited to one place. West End and Broadway audiences can head to the Rock and experience Come From Away.
The Book of Mormon
The Book of Mormon takes the song “Two by Two” literally, as the musical dominates the West End and Broadway. A decade on, audiences can’t get enough of Elder Price and Elder Cunningham, two missionaries who are called on their mission to convert Ugandan tribes.
In The Book of Mormon, it’s not always easy for the Elders to share their beliefs, but the same can’t be said for the musical’s popularity. Word about The Book of Mormon’s hilarity spread like wildfire and it’s still drawing in crowds eight times a week. Now, you’re called on your very own mission — see The Book of Mormon in the West End and on Broadway.
The Play That Goes Wrong
Some shows may seem so wrong at first… but they can turn out to be diamonds in the rough. No show exemplifies this more than The Play That Goes Wrong, the comedy play about a drama troupe that makes it to curtain up with disastrous consequences.
The show’s creators, Mischief Theatre, climbed the London theatre ladder with The Play That Goes Wrong, taking the play from a pub theatre to the bright lights of the West End. Now, mischief is being made around the world, as the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society entertains swarms of people in London and Off-Broadway.
If you’re flying between London and New York, you’ll probably download a few playlists and podcasts for travelling. Now, hear us out, with Jersey Boys back off Broadway and in London, there’s no need to listen to the same few songs on repeat. Instead, look forward to an evening of live entertainment at Jersey Boys. Oh what a night you’ll have at the theatre!
The New York and London Jersey Boys shows are led by the same creative team, so you can guarantee you’re seeing the same show wherever you are in the world.