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Top London Shows - February 2013

The Judas Kiss What’s creating a stir in the West End this month? Here are the top twelve shows in London’s sparkling theatreland, calculated from our January ticket sales. There are some dramatic changes compared to last month’s chart, with a bunch of exciting newcomers taking top places and a couple of old favourites dropping off the bottom… for now! Take your pick of the best productions in town, a potent mix of dance, drama and musicals, well-loved and new. And come back next month for the hottest West End show chart from the experts, our customers.

1. The Judas Kiss
The Judas Kiss Knocking Thriller Live right out of our chart, this long-awaited play about the fascinating and tragic life of Oscar Wilde, starring Rupert Everett, opened in January and shot straight to our number one position. It’s running until Saturday 6th April, so get your skates on before it sells out.
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2. The Audience
The Audience As the opening date approaches tickets for this play are selling like hot cakes, giving it second place. If you’d love to peer behind the scenes into the Queen’s relationships with her Prime Ministers this one’s for you, up from number four in our chart last month.
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3. Top Hat
Top Hat One of theatreland’s favourite ever dance shows, Top Hat as just been extended until 26th April 2014. Which means Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers’ talents will be showcased in splendid style at the Aldwych for another year. It’s fantastic news and sales are up, giving this glorious musical a hike from 7th position last month.
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4. Peter and Alice
Peter and Alice Coming out of nowhere to hit our number four spot, this is the real-life encounter between the girl who inspired Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland and the boy who inspired J.M Barrie’s Peter Pan. It’s booking at the Noel Coward theatre from March 9th and the anticipation is growing fast!
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5. Singin' In The Rain
Singin' In The Rain There’s up to 30% off tickets for this well-loved musical, a real feel-good classic that’s guaranteed to brighten up a dull February evening. If you’d like low cost tickets, buy now and we might see Singin’ in the Rain shoot further up next month’s chart.
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6. Privates On Parade
Privates On Parade Another top selling high flier from January, The Guardian, Daily Telegraph and Time Out all gave Privates on Parade rave reviews when it opened in December 2012… which explains its appearance at number six during January.
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7. We Will Rock You
We Will Rock You Still going strong, this high octane rock-fest of a musical just keeps on giving. Knocked off its number 3 position by this month’s newcomers and high-hitters, it’s still pulling plenty of attention at number 7 in our chart.
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8. Macbeth
Macbeth Booking from 9th February, as predicted Jamie Lloyd’s Macbeth is causing a considerable stir. Tickets for February are already sold out and there are only a few seats available for March, late in the month. But there’s still good availability in April. The show runs until April 27th – will we see it in next month’s chart too?
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9. The Lion King
The Lion King A firm kids’ favourite, the Lion King is assuming classic status, maintaining last month’s position despite serious competition.
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10. Spamalot
Spamalot Last month’s number six, it has taken a dive. But the kings of silliness are hanging on to their top twelve position, partly because of special offer cheap ticket prices and partly because it’s simply hilarious!
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11. One Man, Two Guvnors
One Man, Two Guvnors Our discount tickets offer has driven increased sales for this fabulous giggle-inducing show that’s making people from all over the world laugh and laugh. Check it out at the Theatre Royal Haymarket until 31st August.
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12. The 39 Steps
The 39 Steps Four actors, frenzied action, a laugh a minute… The 39 Steps drops from last month’s number 11 position. Cut-price tickets help keep this endlessly popular production in our chart, on stage at the Criterion Theatre since 2006 and still packing the house.
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What’s your current favourite West End show? Come back next month and see what’s new in our top 12 shows for March 2013.