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 16 shows in category Last Chance to See
The Phoenix theatre is your venue for the latest run of Evita, a show that steals hearts and minds wherever it plays, revealing the touching and tragic story of Eva Peron, much-loved wife of the left wing Argentinian dictator Juan Peron. It's one of Lloyd Webber and Rice's finest musicals and it's on for a strictly limited 12 week run.
Arguably the greatest play of the 20th century. Didi and Gogo pass the time by playing games, arguing and questioning why they are waiting. Pozzo, a landowner arrives with his slave Lucky who he is bringing to the fair to sell. They pass the time. Pozzo and Lucky leave. A boy arrives and tells them Godot won’t come today but surely tomorrow. They wait.
The Royal Opera's Die Zauberflote has quickly established itself as a clear and classic staging of Mozart's great late work. David McVicar's interpretation portrays beautifully both the story and the wealth of Enlightenment themes of this favourite masterpiece: the search for wisdom and virtue has seldom had so beguiling a presentation.
Two centuries after its premiere – and now universally accepted as the composer’s comic masterpiece – Rossini’s prequel to The Marriage of Figaro remains as tuneful, ironic and uproariously funny as ever.
Christopher Wheeldon’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland arrived on the stage in 2011 with a burst of colour, theatrical magic and inventive choreography. It was The Royal Ballet’s first full-length work since 1995 and was instantly acclaimed as a classic.
In 1955 Tennessee Williams' red hot play thrilled audiences and scandalised a load of sensitive people. Powerful and vivid, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof explores the innermost workings of the human psyche, and does it so beautifully that it never goes out of date. The world may change, but human behaviour remains the same. The resulting revival is due to set the West End stage on fire.