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 51 shows in category London Plays
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!
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.
What happens when two planet-sized egos clash? A whole lot of top class comedy, that's what. Welcome to The Mentor, Daniel Kehlmann's brilliant comedy play, with the Oscar-winning actor and star of TV's Homeland F Murray Abraham at the helm. It's brilliant.
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!
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
Hamlet – The Bard's classic is in the West End again. Have you seen Shakespeare's hugely popular classic tragedy Hamlet on stage yet? Like many of us, you may have read it at school. But there's nothing quite like seeing the action unfold, live and dangerous, before a spellbound audience. The beautiful old language comes to vivid life, sparkling with the Bard's legendary wit and wisdom, and the result is simply unforgettable.
Starring: Andrew Scott
Six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald is set to make a glittering West End début playing the remarkable legend of jazz and soul, the singer Billie Holiday. This is your chance to enjoy a surprisingly intimate show packed with the best of Holiday's songs, as well as a host of personal stories exploring the singer's loves and losses.
Starring: Audra McDonald
When Marianne Elliott, the Olivier and Tony award-winning director with awesome plays like The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and War Horse under her belt, met former National Theatre producer Chris Harper, a man with a suite of great theatrical credentials behind him, something amazing was born. It's Elliott & Harper, a brand new theatre company, and their inaugural play is predicted to become very popular indeed.
Starring: Kenneth Cranham, Anne-Marie Duff
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!
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.
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.
The magnificent Duke of York's theatre is proud to host the transfer of a production that has already wowed huge audiences at The Almeida theatre. It's Schiller's famous political play, it dates back to 1800 and it has been thrilling audiences for more than 200 years.
The Sun newspaper was born in 1969 on London's famous Fleet Street. The young Rupert Murdoch sent it rocketing to fame and fortune, creating a new kind of tabloid that gave 'the people' what they wanted. And he didn't care what it cost – Murdoch was determined to succeed. Welcome to Ink.
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.
Ian McKellen reprises his role in Samuel Beckett's masterpiece.
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
The Kite Runner plays at Wyndham’s theatre from 21st December 2016, and the anticipation is already mounting. It's the stage adaptation of the first novel by the respected Afghan-American author Khaled Hosseini, an international bestseller, and it's a story that has broken hearts – and mended them again - the world over. If you adore high drama and enjoy a thoughtful, delicate and hugely entertaining play, this one's for you.
Slava's Snowshow is a stage spectacle created and staged by Russian performance artist Slava Polunin. The show won the Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience and was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Special Theatrical Event.
Trevor Nunn directs Ralph Fiennes in William Shakespeare's The Tempest as the third production of his electrifying season at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.
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.
Following its sold out run as part of Bristol Old Vic’s 250th Anniversary season, Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville reprise their roles in Richard Eyre’s acclaimed production of Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer prize-winning masterpiece, Long Day’s Journey Into Night.
Starring: Jeremy Irons, Lesley Manville
When Lee Tannen first met Lucille Ball he was a child. But he never forgot the experience, and it came to define his life in the most unusual way. The pair enjoyed a close and enduring friendship as adults. And in the last decade of Lucy's life the pair became even firmer friends as she played endless games of backgammon and travelled between her Beverly Hills and Palm Springs homes.
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!
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.
The RSC transfer their major new production of Julius Caesar to the N?el Coward Theatre this August as part of the celebrations for the World Shakespeare Festival.
Starring: Paterson Joseph, Ray Fearon, Jeffery Kissoon, Cyril Nri
Oscar Wilde is one of the very few, very rare talents whose work translates down the ages, as relevant today as it was when it first hit the stage. No wonder theatreland is in such a spin, eagerly awaiting the start of the Oscar Wilde Season at the magnificent Vaudeville theatre.