Here, you will find information of shows that you now have the Last Chance to See. Sadly, shows must close to make way for new ones, but here you can brows through the listings of all shows that are about to close and catch them before they disappear into theatrical history. Don’t regret missing some incredible productions and book to secure the best tickets for the best price before they are no longer available.
There are 19 shows in category Last Chance to See
Tom Stoppard's Travesties premièred in summer 1974 at the Aldwych Theatre, a compelling and thought provoking expose of political history, literary pastiche, art critique and, ultimately, a brilliant parody of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest. It stars the creator of the eccentric Dada art movement, Tristan Tzara, and the communist leader Lenin amongst other luminaries of the time, and is set in Zurich, Switzerland, in 1917.
The magnificent Duke of York's theatre is the perfect venue for the play that shot US playwright Tennessee Williams to instant stardom. On the way to theatreland after a smash hit stint on Broadway, and another at the Edinburgh International Festival, this new production of The Glass Menagerie comes to us courtesy of the brilliant John Tiffany. It's a classic drama, and it's on in the West End from January 2017.
It's the story of a group of working class boys. From the wrong side of the tracks. Who became one of the pop industry's biggest successes. Jersey Boys tells the rags to riches tale of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, following their progress through the thrilling early years of rock 'n' roll.
George Balanchine's fabulous evocation of the brilliance and sparkle of emeralds, rubies and diamonds is a ballet gem in its own right. Jewels is indeed a suitably glamorous and glittering way to start the new Royal Ballet Season.
Jamie Parker stars in Tom Stoppard's masterpiece Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, which will be directed by Trevor Nunn.
Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Joshua McGuire
You love world-class comedy. You love eating out. Why not combine the two and play your own part in one of the best-fun shows in theatreland? It's inspired by the well-loved BBC TV comedy Fawlty Towers, originally written by John Cleese and Connie Booth, who also starred in the show. It's on six nights a week at the excellent Amba Hotel in Charing Cross, and audiences just can't get enough of it.