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Top 11 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. School of Rock at the New London Theatre

Get your air guitar out and rock to the smashing musical School of Rock at the New London Theatre. Inspired by the 2003 cult movie, the show follows the adventures of a wannabe rocker as he impersonates a substitute teacher at a prestigious school. Until 9 Apr Book now

 

2. Buried Child at Trafalgar Studios

Catch multi-award-winning actor Ed Harris as he walks the stage of Trafalgar Studios in Buried Child, Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play. A dark and compelling family drama set in 1979 rural America, Buried Child raises questions that are still relevant today. Until 18 Feb Book now

 Buried Child at Trafalgar Studios.

3. Lazarus at the King's Cross Theatre

Pay a tribute to music legend David Bowie with Lazarus at the King’s Cross Theatre. A smashing off-Broadway success, Lazarus was Bowie’s final work. Follow refugee alien Thomas Newton as he wanders planet Earth trying to escape memories of his lost love. Will the arrival of another lost soul bring new hope? Until 22 Jan Book now

4. Nice Fish at the Harold Pinter Theatre

See 2016 Academy Award-winner Mark Rylance star in anticipated comedy play Nice Fish at The Harold Pinter Theatre. Rylance draws on his teenage years in the US to take the viewer all the way to a frozen Minnesota lake, on an ice-fishing expedition where the ordinary and extraordinary collide. Until 11 Feb Book now

5. Dreamgirls at Savoy Theatre

See Glee star Amber Riley as she walks the stage of the Savoy Theatre with the Tony Award-winning musical Dreamgirls. Follow soulful R&B group The Dreams in their pursuit of stardom, and listen to smash-hit tunes such as Listen, I Am Changing and One Night Only on their way to the top. Until 6 May Book now

6. Dead Funny at Vaudeville Theatre

See Katherine Parkinson and Steve Pemberton in hilarious comedy play Dead Funny at the Vaudeville Theatre. Eleanore wants a child, but Richard is too busy running the Dead Funny Society to notice. And when your marriage is at a dead end, it’s hard to find the funny side of things. Until 4 Feb Book now

7. This House at Garrick Theatre

Peer behind the scenes of British politics with This House at Garrick Theatre. Get an insight of Westminster’s political machine and strategies, and see what (if anything) has changed from the 1970s. Until 25 Feb Book now

8. Much Ado About Nothing (Or Love's Labour's Won) at Theatre Royal, Haymarket

Rediscover Shakespeare’s popular comedy Much Ado About Nothing as it is adapted to a 1918 setting with this unusual production at Theatre Royal, Haymarket. A post-war house party provides the setting for the ageless comic romance – what will happen now that Benedick and Claudio find themselves reacquainted with Beatrice and Hero? 9 Dec-18 Mar. Book now

9. An Inspector Calls at Playhouse Theatre

Discover JB Priestley's classic thriller, An Inspector Calls, at Playhouse Theatre. The Birlings receive an unwelcome guest as Inspector Goole interrupts their dinner party to investigate the death of a young woman. Until 4 Feb. Book now

An Inspector Calls 2015 Tour. Photo: Mark Douet 

10. Half a Sixpence at Noel Coward Theatre

Enjoy a brand new production of Half a Sixpence at the Noel Coward Theatre. Discover this fresh musical adaptation from H.G. Wells’s novel Kipps: The Story of a Simple Soul, co-written by Julian Fellowes (creator of Downton Abbey), George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. Until 22 Apr Book now

11. An American in Paris at Dominion Theatre

Discover the Award-winning Broadway musical An American in Paris at Dominion Theatre. Relive the Oscar-winning film with this spectacular theatre production, and witness the fascinating story of an American GI in the French capital in the aftermath of war. 4 Mar 2017–30 Sep 2017 Book now