London Theatre Week Shows 2022
London Theatre Week is back! London Theatre Week is the best time of year to book your theatre tickets for West End shows. Get the best prices to over 40 shows in the West End, and across London from 21 February – 13 March. London Theatre Week ticket prices begin at £15, £25, and £35. Head to the West End with the best savings on theatre tickets — and then book even more theatre trips. Who knows where your next West End adventure will take you?
Check out all of the shows in London Theatre Week below, and book your tickets today!
The global blockbuster remains as popular as ever! Book tickets to experience the story of Elphaba and Glinda, the Wicked Witch of the West and the Good Witch in Oz today. Check out all the West End actresses that have played Elphaba in Wicked in London.
Nobody puts London Theatre Week in the corner! Dirty Dancing is back in the West End, complete with watermelons, and that lift.
See Pride Rock come alive in The Lion King. Experience the classic tale of Simba’s quest to rule over his father’s kingdom, and watch the circle of live come alive.
The buzzy musical phenomenon about Mormon missionaries on assignment in Africa has converted scores of audience members into fans. March door by door to the Prince of Wales Theatre, to see what The Book of Mormon is all about.
Here we go again! Anyone can be the “Dancing Queen” at this fun-loving ABBA jukebox musical. Spend a few hours with Sophie, Donna, the Dynamos, and the dads in Greece by booking tickets today!
For the first time in forever, you can now see Frozen the Musical in the West End. The Disney musical may be set in an icy wonderland, but its sisterly tales and compassion will warm your heart.
Matilda is the story of a little girl with intelligence beyond her years and magical powers to boot. Her crusade against the cruel and uncaring adults in her world is inspiring for the whole family.
Don’t wait one day more — book seats to Les Misérables, the globally acclaimed musical about former prisoner Jean Valjean’s quest to improve his life, set amid the equally fervent and selfless battles led by revolutionaries ahead of the Paris Uprising.
Disney’s classic tale of a magical, strong-willed nanny is “practically perfect in every way.” Book your tickets and have a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious time at Cherry Tree Lane.
Experience the triumphant life and career of Tina Turner, who defied gender, class, and race boundaries to become the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Discover more about Tina Turner before seeing Tina: The Tina Turner Musical in London.
Let your fantasies unwind and surrender to the “Music of the Night” at The Phantom of the Opera. This dark, intoxicating love story about a young singer and an obsessive outcast is a must-see.
Don’t stand outside the theatre and wave through a window. See Dear Evan Hansen, the three-time Olivier-winning musical in the West End instead. Dear Evan Hansen follows Evan, a high schooler who is just looking for connection.
The turbo-charged adventure of Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown comes to life in the musical adaptation of the classic film. Whether by DeLorean, time travel, or some other way, get to the Adelphi Theatre now. Here’s all the Back to the Future film moments we’re loving onstage.
The Bob Marley musical will definitely make you want to Get Up, Stand Up! Book your tickets to join a spirited group of performers and reggae musicians in the story of the reggae legend.
Immerse yourself in the mesmerising Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Go on a magical journey with the beloved original characters and their children attending Hogwarts. Could you defeat You-Know-Who?
This isn’t your typical Cinderella. In Belleville, Cinderella’s a fiercely independent woman, who’ll stop at nothing to make sure she can do what she wants. Carrie Hope Fletcher plays the title role in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s latest musical.
Welcome to the rock! See the heartwarming, tearjerking, and true tale of the Canadian community that generously opened its doors to thousands of people after 9/11. Here’s why Come From Away is a great show to see in 2022.
The Mousetrap is more than just a London play. It’s an institution. Take your seat at the world’s longest-running play and solve the mysterious whodunit. Did you know The Mousetrap turns 70 in 2022?
Ruth Wilson reunites with Ivo van Hove for The Human Voice. It’s an explosive drama which follows one woman as she speaks to her lover of five years for the final time.
Grease is the word — in the West End that is! See Grease at the Dominion Theatre this summer, starring Peter Andre as Vince Fontaine.
This energetic pop musical reimagines what would become of the young Juliet had she not died at the end of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy.
A troupe of actors makes it to the final curtain call of its latest murder mystery play — but not before every possible mishap befalls them. Book your tickets to see the Olivier Award-winning comedy — you can’t go wrong!
“Walk Like a Man” to the theatre to see the story of how Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons went from street-corner singers to iconic household names. Book tickets to the show that’ll have you saying, “Oh, What a Night!”
The beloved sitcom of the same name is now a musical. With more than 60 episodes worth of classic jokes fit into two hours, this show strikes it rich.
Mike Bartlett’s new play delves into the underbelly of American politics. Bertie Carvel plays Donald Trump in a new satirical play which explores what could happen in 2024.
Ralph Fiennes plays a crazed New York City public official who wants to shape the skyline as he demands in Straight Line Crazy.
Sixteen-year-old Pi is one of five survivors of a cargo ship crash — and the other four are wild animals, who become Pi’s unlikely and unpredictable companions on a quest for survival. Cutting-edge puppetry and stagecraft are on display in Life of Pi.
Beverley Knight stars as the formidable music manager, Faye Treadwell, in The Drifters Girl at the Garrick Theatre.
Will Leonard Vole be able to convince a jury that he is innocent of a widow’s murder? Will he convince you? There’s only one way to find out — book tickets to this classic Agatha Christie tale today.
For 30 years, The Woman in Black has entranced audiences with a dark tale of an old man’s past encounters with a mysterious ghost. See the haunting story for yourself.
Neil Gaiman’s fantasy novel gets a magical theatrical touch in the West End. Will you delve into the mythical ocean?
Get ready for some “Big Fun” at the theatre with the Heathers. Heathers the Musical returns to its original London home, The Other Palace.
Jonathan Bailey and Taron Egerton play a feuding couple in COCK, a sizzling relationship play at the Ambassadors Theatre for just 10 weeks.
RuPaul’s Drag Race stars Jujubee and Kitty Scott-Claus come to the West End this spring, as Death Drop returns to the West End.
A Cockney woman learns phonetics, and more about herself, in this iconic musical. See the 2018 Lincoln Center Theater production of My Fair Lady at the London Coliseum this summer.
Amy Adams stars in The Glass Menagerie at the Duke of York’s Theatre this summer. The new adaptation will explore the memory play from new angles — and it’s bound to be a play to remember. Here’s all the times Amy Adams was theatre.
Daring acrobatics, exhilarating music, and the sexiest of dancing — what more could you ask for in a night out? Let loose at Magic Mike Live!, the immersive experience based on the hit movies and conceived by Channing Tatum.
Even a trip down the pub can be theatre. Clink your glasses and get ready to sing your heart out, as The Choir of Man comes to the West End.
The only thing you’ll want to exterminate are the days until you take part in Doctor Who Time Fracture. Be the Time Lord and save the Earth, before it’s too late.
Step into the Roaring 20’s and experience F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic tale of unrequited love, lavish riches, and the American Dream.
The Royal Court is now home to centuries of time travel in The Glow. Join a spiritualist and their assistant as they embark on an awe-inspiring journey through centuries.
Kerry Ellis and Bonnie Langford star in Anything Goes. The Cole Porter musical will return to the Barbican this summer.
Alex Jennings plays a vicar who must wrestle with his family, and his local community in The Southbury Child.
Emilia Clarke stars as Nina in a revamped adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull. Don’t miss The Seagull flying in the West End.
Brace yourselves, sisters! The fun nuns are back in the West End. See a new production of Sister Act in London this summer, starring Jennifer Saunders as Mother Superior.
If you were under attack in a nuclear blast, could you survive? Two colleagues are given a fortnight to get out from the fallout shelter, before it’s too late.
Bruce Norris’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Clybourne Park, is at the Park Theatre this spring. The play follows two families of different races as they move into the same neighbourhood.
Sian Carter’s debut play Running with Lions explores how one family navigate their lives after loss.