Here, you will find up-to-date information on all London Plays. This section contains all the latest discount deals, ticket offers for all the major West End Plays and other important London productions. Book for some of the world’s most famous productions such as The Woman in Black, The 39 Steps, The Mousetrap and so much more…
There are 43 shows in category London Plays
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.
The Mischief Theatre's smash hit comedy The Play That Goes Wrong is at it again, extending for another West End stint thanks to massive popular demand. It's an absolute hoot by all accounts, and theatre lovers really do have problems remaining calm as the hilarity unfolds. If you love your stage shows funny, this is one of the funniest... ever!
Harry Potter heroine Imelda Staunton plays Martha. Game of Thrones star Conleth Hill plays George. It's a brand new production of the multi Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, written by the outstanding playwright Edward Albee, his most famous play, and skilfully directed by James Macdonald.
Starring: Imelda Staunton, Conleth Hill
It's been on the West End stage for more than 50 years. It still pulls huge crowds. And audiences are just as thrilled and mystified as ever by Agatha Christie's legendary whodunnit, The Mousetrap. The world's longest-running play, this murder mystery masterpiece is a cracking yarn. And a great night out!
This is without a doubt one of the most exciting, gripping and successful theatre events ever staged. Two decades of success proves it. The Woman In Black is unanimously critically acclaimed. And this Stephen Mallatratt adaptation of Susan Hill's best-selling novel is playing at London's Fortune Theatre now!
It's been on the stage for years in one guise or another. Now Stepping Out returns to the West End's legendary Vaudeville Theatre for early spring, following a tour of the provinces, arriving just in time to welcome the good weather. And it stars one of the nation's best-known personalities, Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden, in the leading role of Vera. If you adore nothing better than a top class stage musical, you'll love it.
You laughed yourself silly at The Play That Goes Wrong. You adored Peter Pan Goes Wrong. Now it's time for a new show that has already been awarded five star reviews from a stable of respected theatre critics, The Comedy About a Bank Robbery. The Telegraph and The Times, the Radio Times and Sunday Telegraph all loved it, as did Whats On Stage.
The Gielgud theatre is your venue for the latest play by the wonderful Jez Butterworth. That's good enough news in itself... but the James Bond director Sam Mendes is set to direct, which makes the news even more thrilling. The Ferryman was a huge hit at the Royal Court theatre, now it's due to transfer once the excellent The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time takes a final bow in early summer 2017.
The Goat, also known as Who is Sylvia, is by the playwright who brought us Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, also being revived for 2017 with Imelda Staunton at the helm. Ian Rickson, the former artistic director at the Royal Court theatre, is to direct, the proud owner of rave reviews for Jerusalem at the Royal Court and in the West End, and Hamlet at the Young Vic.
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.
Inspired by Dr. Seuss's classic tale, The Lorax tells of a moustachioed and cantankerous critter who's on a mission to protect the earth from the greedy, tree-chopping, Thneed-knitting businessman known only as The Once-ler.
He's called Don Juan in Spanish. In Italian he's Don Giovanni. Whatever you call him, he's the world's most famous literary libertine, whose legend was first written by the Spanish dramatist Tirso de Molina. His play, called The Trickster of Seville and the Stone Guest, was set in the 1300s and published in Spain in about 1630. Since then the story has been translated, rewritten and re-presented countless times, and it's the reason why the name 'Don Juan' remains such a potent metaphor for womanisers.
Starring: David Tennant
A star studded cast takes one of Will Shakespeare’s best-loved plays, Twelfth Night, to the West End stage in a production with a difference. It’s a feast of rich Elizabethan finery, classic comedy and some of the greatest names from the British stage and screen, Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry. A real night to remember!
Starring: Mark Rylance, Stephen Fry
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.
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.
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
Mark Haddon’s 2003 book of the same name was a monster hit with readers of every age. This is a children’s mystery but it has a wide appeal and thrills adults as much as it excites younger people. The book has been adapted by Simon Stephens to excellent effect to create a production so good it has transferred to the West End, an honour only achieved by the very best.