London's Hot Theatre Tickets: Book a Show Now

Looking to catch a great show while in London? These are the hottest London theatre tickets right now. Book early to avoid disappointment!

The Scottsboro Boys

The Scottsboro Boys is the incredible story of nine black men embarking on a journey through the American South during the Civil Rights movement. The play makes its West End debut at London's Garrick Theatre, following a successful run at the Young Vic. Expect joyous tunes and gripping drama. 4 Oct-21 Feb 2015

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Made in Dagenham

The true story of Made in Dagenham is brought to the Adelphi Theatre, following the success of the British film of the same title. Funny and moving, the story is an uplifting demonstration of what people can achieve when they stand together against adversity. 9 Oct-28 Mar

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Miss Saigon

Since its London premiere in 1989, Cameron Mackintosh's production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg's epic musical has become one of the most successful musicals in history. Now, it's back on the London stage, playing at the Prince Edward Theatre in the West End. Book now. Booking until Apr 2015

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Skylight

Schoolteacher Kyra receives a visit from her former lover Tom. They try to rekindle their relationship but only find they are battling over their separate ideologies and mutual desires. David Hare's drama is directed by Stephen Daldry, and features Bill Nighy, Matthew Beard and Carey Mulligan. 6 Jun-23 Aug

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Epstein: The Play

Epstein: The Man Who Made the Beatles makes its welcome debut at the Leicester Square Theatre. It looks into the world of the legendary and highly secretive musical entrepreneur who famously managed the fab four until his death from an accidental overdose in 1967. 5 Aug-6 Sept Find Prices

The Crucible

Arthur Miller's modern American masterpiece The Crucible is re-imagined for The Old Vic in London. One solitary man, played by Richard Armitage, has to struggle and fight to save his identity in a frighteningly repressive Puritan community. Directed by Yael Farber. 24 Jun-14 Sep

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Memphis the Musical

The hit Broadway musical about forbidden love and the dawn of rock in the nightclubs of 1950s Memphis, Tennessee comes to London's Shaftesbury Theatre, starring none other than Beverley Knight. 23 Oct-3 Jan

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Richard III

Shakespeare's classic, Richard III, is given the star treatment at Trafalgar Studios as Martin Freeman takes up the titular role. Freeman takes on the task of depicting the iconic rise and reign of Richard III of England, the scheming centre of this masterful historical play. 1 Jul-27 Sep

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East is East

Ayub Khan Din's popular play (and hit movie) is a heart-warming look a multi-racial Britain from the perspective of a Pakistani family from Salford, and is staged live in London starring Jane Horrocks as part of Jamie Lloyd's second Trafalgar Transformed season. 4 Oct-3 Jan Find Prices

A Streetcar Named Desire

Enjoy the American classic A Streetcar Named Desire, as Tennessee Williams' brilliant tale of faded grandeur and mental illness in the American South is brought to life at the Young Vic Theatre, starring Gillian Anderson as Blanche Dubois. 23 Jul-6 Sep

Jeeves and Wooster

Join James Lance as the effervescent, aristocratic fool Bertie Wooster and John Gordon Sinclair as his dutiful valet, Jeeves in the critically acclaimed stage play Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense. Until 20 Sep 

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