Top London Shows - August 2013
Our August chart reflects the Theatreland shows our customers loved most during July. It’s turning out to be a long, hot summer and holidaymakers are flocking to town to experience some genuinely amazing performances. Top Hat is closing soon, a must for musical fans and number one in our chart. And the spectacular Michael Grandage season continues to thrill audiences with excellent The Cripple of Inishmaan at number three. What else is in store? Here goes…
Top Hat was our show of the month in July, with ticket discounts up to 50%. And it’s closing soon, which also gave ticket sales a big boost last month. If you’d like to check out our review of Top Hat you can read it here: Top Hat review. Otherwise book now for glamour, excitement, rousing show tunes and choreography to die for!
Top Hat Tickets
Private Lives, last month’s number four, opened in late June to rave reviews. Oscar Wilde’s canny observations of human nature are always wickedly provocative. You’ll love to hate the unforgettable Elyot and Amanda, and you’ll adore their recklessness, carelessness and passion, the perfect foil for their wishy-washy new spouses Victor and Sybil.
Private Lives Tickets
The Cripple of Inishmaan is the current play in the Michael Grandage season. Last month’s number one, it opened on 8th June and closes at the end of August. The play’s sheer brilliance and quirky humour, plus the short time left to enjoy the show, made it a hugely popular contender last month. Expect more of the same this month – book tickets while you can.
The Cripple of Inishmaan Tickets
We Will Rock You was at number seven last month, a hot ticket for rock fans and theatregoers who enjoy a giggle. If that’s you, why not buy your tickets right now? We’re offering great seats for as much as 38% off, a bargain for a fun-filled, feel-good performance that’s rocked the world of huge crowds for years.
We Will Rock You Tickets
Let It Be was show for the month back in June, at number nine in our chart, and the upward trend continues this month as thousands of tourists and holidaymakers flock to see The Beatles’ biggest hits performed on stage. If you can’t resist the Fab Four’s unmistakeably British sound, we’re offering up to 36% off Let It Be tickets right now.
Let It Be Tickets
Rock of Ages is new in at number six, and our very special offer comes up trumps just in time for a long, hot, rock-fuelled summer evening with as much as 42% off on-site. The hair is big. The guitar solos are enormous. It’s a wall of high-decibel sound. It’s 1987 on LA’s sunset Strip and the guys and girls are ready to rock. Are you? Scorching stuff!
Rock of Ages Tickets
Charlie and The Chocolate Factory entered our chart for July at number seven, Roald Dahl's deliciously dark tale given a fresh new twist. The well-loved tale of Charlie Bucket, his Granddad and the remarkable Willy Wonka comes courtesy of Academy Award winner Sam Mendes, a musical ‘must’ for kids off school in August.
Charlie and The Chocolate Factory Tickets
The Bodyguard is fresh in at number eight from nowhere, the ultimate romantic night out for loving couples and a simply spectacular weepie for the ladies. We’re offering as much as 26% off tickets for The Bodyguard, whose soaring score, beautiful singing, masterful acting and epic plot has thrilled countless thousands so far.
The Bodyguard Tickets
Fences opened on 19th June with a huge press fanfare as Lenny Henry takes the stage in the leading role. Troy Maxson is an embittered bin man with unfulfilled dreams of baseball glory. Having battled racism and financial hardship all his life, his solution is to build a fence. But is he doing it to keep the world out, or keep his family in? You can read our review here.
The Lion King reached number two in July’s chart, falling back slightly to number ten for July. You can read our review here. Or click straight through and buy tickets for a show that’s proud to have won six Tony Awards and two Oliviers, seen by more than fifty million people so far… and counting. That’s what we call a roaring success.
The Lion King Tickets
Dirty Dancing comes straight in at number eleven, a glorious show with a heart-warming plot, adult themes and breath-taking choreography; elegant, beautiful to watch, and all performed to a score bursting with classic tunes of the time. Dirty Dancing just keeps on giving, and this is a show stopper. You’ll have the time of your life!
Dirty Dancing Tickets
Wicked takes the stage at number twelve, last month’s number six and as popular as ever. Think The Wizard of Oz then… rewind. This is the tale of the witches from Oz, and the girlhood experiences that turned them into the women they were by the time Dorothy and Toto came to Oz. An absolute delight for teens and their folks.
What’s on the horizon? Last month saw a few fresh faces lurking just under our top twelve. Will they bubble to the surface next month? Look out for Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain Part 1, Henry V, the last play in the Michael Grandage season, Thriller – Live, One Man, Two Guvnors and the excellent Passion Play. The Woman in Black is looking like a good bet for August, too, with up to 36% off when you buy your tickets through us. See you soon!