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 28 shows in category Last Chance to See
Michael Grandage Company and Headlong present the world première of James Graham’s new play Labour of Love, starring Martin Freeman and Sarah Lancashire. This razor-sharp political comedy reunites James Graham and director Jeremy Herrin following their previous collaboration on This House, and plays at the Noël Coward Theatre from the 15 September for 11 weeks only.
Starring: Martin Freeman, Sarah Lancashire
In 1993 Mona Juul and her husband, Terje Rød-Larsen, both diplomats from Norway, organised secret breakthrough negotiations between two sworn enemies, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and the Chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organisation, Yasser Arafat. This is their story.
Great news for lovers of top class drama! Natalie Dormer and David Oakes star in the West End première of David Ives' acclaimed seduction drama Venus in Fur, on at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in autumn 2017. It's critically acclaimed stuff, and tickets are predicted to sell like hot cakes.
Starring: Natalie Dormer
Imagine this: someone clever has picked out Oscar Wilde's four best-loved Victorian plays, shows that still resonate strongly today, raising the rafters with delighted, shocked laughter. They've decided to produce them for a West End season, a series of plays designed to thrill Wilde fans to bits. Well, you can stop imagining. It's real!
Sylvia, a ballet based on a Greek myth, is composed by Delibes and considered one of the finest 19th century ballet scores.
The Girls – Inspired by the smash hit film. What happens when a group of older ladies decide to pose naked for a Women’s Institute calendar? All they want to do is raise cash to buy a sofa for their local hospital, to celebrate the memory of one of their husbands. But they get a whole lot more than they bargained for and their story – which is inspired by the truth - has become a legend.
If you've already seen it at the Vault Festival, this acclaimed musical is about to take a step into the West End limelight, at a venue that was long kept a close-held secret. If you want to immerse yourself in the excesses of the jazz age, an America where the obscenely rich rubbed shoulders with abject poverty, you're set for one of the musical experiences of a lifetime.
The Other Palace opened in London's glittering West End during autumn 2012, the first new theatre complex built in central London for three decades. Now it's home to Big Fish, a brand new musical based on the hugely popular novel and the film by Tim Burton. It's eccentric, it's fun, it's touching and it's a proper heart-warmer, perfect for anyone over aged five.