London Theatre Week


This week is London Theatre Week!

Aside from raising awareness for the absolute talent that the West End has to offer, it’s also a great opportunity to to take advantage of some great deals, with TodayTix – the place to book for the best plays and musicals – with tickets from just £15, £25 and £35!

Today is the last day to take advantage of the above prices!

Which theatre shows do I recommend?

The Lion King

Disney’s best loved and most famous classic is an unforgettable experience on stage.

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The Lion King, Lyceum Theatre


The multi-award winning West End depiction Roald Dahl’s beloved adorable, smart kid with a big imagination and magical powers. How will she navigate around her awful parents and even more awful headteacher?

There are special effects used in this show that will blow your mind!

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Matilda, Cambridge Theatre

Mary Poppins

Cameron Mackintosh has done PL Tavers (writer) and Disney (film) proud with his newest depiction of the ‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious‘ children’s classic!

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Mary Poppins, Prince Edward Theatre

Mamma Mia

Where can you go to experience the greatest renditions of ABBA? Here.

Spend your ‘Money, Money, Money‘ on this smash-hit musical, ‘Honey‘! It promises to be a ‘Super Trouper‘ night!

You can expect to boogie and swap the London cold for an island for a couple of hours for an all-singing, all-dancing experience.

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Mamma Mia, Novello Theatre

Les Miserables

‘I Dreamed A Dream‘ of you booking tickets for this absolutely sensation work of performing arts! Honestly, as far as stage shows go, this has to be the most memorable (probably more-so than Lion King in my opinion).

It’s a heart-wrenching masterpiece that cannot be missed! Bring a box of Kleenex, you’ll need it and prepare to forget you’re in a theatre!

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Les Miserables, Sondheim Theatre

Phantom of the Opera

“Now in its 34th glorious year, The Phantom of the Opera continues to mesmerise and entrance audiences at Her Majesty’s Theatre, London and around the world.” – Official website

Andrew Lloyd Webber never disappoints – and no, the Phantom of the Opera ISN’T dead!

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The Phantom of the Opera, Her Majesty’s Theatre

The Book of Mormon

“‘The Book of Mormon’ is wickedly funny, risqué and inappropriate in almost every way, the music is punchy and fun but it’s also sassy and sweet – everything a musical should be!” – Manchester Evening News

The Book of Mormon, Prince of Wales Theatre London

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Two witches, one worse than the other… What’s not to book for?

Defy gravity by booking tickets to this and be spellbound! Join them on the untold story of Oz before it’s too late…

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Wicked!, Apollo Victoria Theatre

What about other theatre shows?

For the full list of stage shows, click here.

TodayTix is great because it could be used to book tickets for shows all over the world, not just in the UK – for London’s West End. You can enter draws to win FREE tickets every day, and experience great discounts on all the newest and best-loved shows that are around!

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3 thoughts on “London Theatre Week

  1. I live in the US, but rarely get to see musical on Broadway. However, seen one musical in the West End- Les Mis back in 2015.

    At least, I have the Broadway Tours coming to Charlotte every year. I have to see them every couple of months even if there might be a wide gap between each musical. Glad it is a popular touring city.

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    1. Theatre is huge here! I’m glad you get to watch some too in Charlotte! ☺️ This blog of mine is quite new but I will continue to review these kind of things. I travel to the states regularly, so I’ll be reviewing Broadway shows too.


      1. Why don’t you visit my blog- it is musical-theatre themed.

        If you live in the US or the UK- you are lucky to be a musical-theatre fan

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