Great Theatre Shows To See In January
Start the New Year as you mean to go on – with tickets to some great London theatre! You can catch a fantastic new show, grab a bargain Rush ticket or try your luck with our Front Row Lotteries. Here are some top theatre shows to see in London in January 2017.
The Glass Menagerie
Duke of York’s Theatre, 26th January – 29th April
Director John Tiffany (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) brings Tennessee Williams‘ classic play, The Glass Menagerie, to London. Cherry Jones leads the cast as Amanda Wingfield, a matriarch who’s desperate to marry off her reclusive daughter, Laura. To help her Laura meet a match, Amanda enlists her son, Tom, to bring suitors home, hoping that sparks will fly.
The White Devil
Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, 26th January – 16th June
Loosely based on bizarre real-life events from Renaissance Italy, The White Devil is the compelling tale of villains, victims and conspirators, moving through reality and the world of nightmares. The Duke of Brachiano murders his wife in order to possess another woman, triggering a cycle of violence, deceit and madness that shatters family bonds and moral values. If you’ve never seen a play in the flickering candlelight of the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, this would make a great first show!
Phoenix Theatre, 28th January – 22nd April
Based on the hit movie Calendar Girls, Gary Barlow and Tim Firth are bringing new musical, The Girls, to the West End. A Women’s Institute go about raising money for charity in an unusual way – by stripping off for a nude, but tasteful, calendar.
There are still great shows you can enjoy with our Rush programme – digital day seats you don’t need to queue for. You don’t even have to get out of bed to get these tickets!
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Playing until 7th January, you can get Rush tickets to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory for just £25. Don’t miss this family favourite before it heads to Broadway!
You’ve got until the 14th January to see the critically acclaimed show The Children at the Royal Court, a story of the tough choices we face when it looks like the world is ending. Get exclusive Rush tickets for Friday and Saturday performances through the TodayTix app.
Mark Rylance‘s Nice Fish has transferred from Broadway to London’s Harold Pinter Theatre, and you can get £15 Rush tickets for the Front Row! It follows two friends out fishing on a frozen lake in Minnesota who find more than fish in the black waters below.
Want to see a show from the front row or get tickets to a sold out performance? Try your luck in our London ticket lotteries! We run lotteries for each performance of the following shows and you never know, today could be your lucky day to see a great show for such a low price!
Amber Riley stars as Effie White in the sensational Dreamgirls, the overlooked and overworked singer in the girl group, The Dreams. As Effie and the girls rise to the top, they discover that success is a lot harder to handle when love, jealousy and friendship are involved. Enter the Front Row Lottery for your chance to see Dreamgirls for just £15!
The high-heeled hit that has had audiences on their feet is Kinky Boots! Based on the true story of a struggling Northampton shoe factory and the fabulous drag queen who helped to save it, this show is a guaranteed great night out. And best of all, you can see it all from the front row with our exclusive mobile lottery.
Now in its final performances, don’t miss your chance to see the iconic love story, The Bodyguard, starring Queen of UK Soul, Beverley Knight. Fans have gone wild for the story of the star who fell in love with the one man she could trust to protect her. It’s your last chance to see the incredible show from the front row – enter the £15 ticket lottery here.
While we mourn the loss of David Bowie, his art lives on in his musical creation, Lazarus. Thomas Newton is a ‘man’ unable to die. He’s drowning his sorrows when another lost soul arrives, one who might finally set him free. See this powerful, beautiful show from the front row with our exclusive mobile lottery – tickets are just £15!
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- Amber Riley
- Beverley Knight
- Calendar Girls
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
- Cherry Jones
- David Bowie
- Gary Barlow
- John Tiffany
- Kinky Boots
- London Theatre
- New Years
- Nice Fish
- Royal Court
- Rush tickets
- Sam Wanamaker
- Tennessee Williams
- The Bodyguard
- the children
- The Girls
- The Glass Menagerie
- The White Devil
- ticket lotteries
- ticket lottery