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Top 10 New Shows: 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!

1. The Kite Runner at Playhouse Theatre

Grab a chance to see the hit adaptation of Khaled Hosseini’s best-selling novel, The Kite Runner. Set in Afghanistan, the drama, which has already enjoyed one successful West End season, tells a touching story of friendship, betrayal and regret. 8 Jun-26 Aug Book now


2. Alice’s Adventures Underground at The Vaults

Journey into Wonderland with the acclaimed immersive show Alice’s Adventures Underground. Each performance is unique in this fantastical show, as you venture down the rabbit hole to explore the fantasy land and learn what has happened to Alice. Until 23 Sep Book now


3. Cover My Tracks at The Old Vic

Watch the new musical from Noah and the Whale’s Charlie Fink, as Cover My Tracks plays a limited season at The Old Vic. When an idealistic songwriter tries to write a chart-topping tune, she disappears without a trace, leaving only her songs as clues as to what happened. 5-17 Jun Book Now

Cover My Tracks 

4. The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? at Theatre Royal Haymarket

Damian Lewis and Sophie Okonedo star in Edward Albee’s dark comedy about a dysfunctional family. The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? follows a successful architect, husband and father whose seemingly perfect life is threatened when he admits to a very unusual affair. Until 24 Jun Book Now

The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? at Theatre Royal Haymarket

5. Young Frankenstein at Garrick Theatre 

Laugh along to Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein, as the monster musical comedy debuts in London's West End. When Victor Frankenstein’s grandson discovers his ancestor’s notebook, it sparks an urge that he has been trying to subdue and he begins to build his own beast. 28 Sep-10 Feb Book now

Young Frankenstein 

6. Love in Idleness at Apollo Theatre

Starring Eve Best and Anthony Head, Terence Rattigan’s smash-hit Love in Idleness moves to the West End. Discover what happens when evacuee Michael returns home after the Second World War to discover his mother has become the mistress of a right-wing MP. Until 1 Jul Book Now


7. Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour at Duke of York’s Theatre

Catch the award-winning comedy Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour, which brings a raucous tale of six schoolgirls gone wild in Edinburgh to the London stage. Packed with the music of ELO, the coming-of-age play promises to be a must-see show this summer. Until 2 Sep Book now

Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour at Duke of York’s Theatre 

8. The Ferryman at Gielgud Theatre

Experience one of the most anticipated dramas of the year as The Ferryman transfers to the West End, following a sell-out season at the Royal Court. The latest play from Jez Butterworth sees a family’s harvest preparations interrupted by a mysterious stranger, who is ready to dig up secrets of the past. 20 Jun-7 Oct Book Now

The Ferryman at Gielgud Theatre 

9. Rotterdam at Arts Theatre

See the award-winning comic drama Rotterdam as it returns to London for a limited season. Alice is preparing to come out to her parents, but Fiona has her own life-changing news – she wants to begin living life as a man. 21 Jun-15 Jul Book Now

Alice McCarthy and Anna Martine Freeman in Rotterd 

10. Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill at Wyndham’s Theatre

Witness Audra McDonald make her long-awaited West End debut in Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill. McDonald takes on the role of legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday in this much-loved Broadway musical, which mixes classic songs with anecdotes from Holiday’s eventful life. 17 Jun-9 Sep Book Now