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Top Shows To See in April

Here's our pick of the best shows to see in London this April. Book tickets for the hottest shows in town!

Carousel at London Coliseum

Catch world-renowned singers Alfie Boe and Katherine Jenkins as they appear together in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s famous musical of redemption, Carousel. The English National Opera’s 40-piece orchestra accompanies the stars as they perform classic songs including If I Loved You and You’ll Never Walk Alone. 7 Apr-13 May Book Now

Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare’s Globe

Be dazzled by one of William Shakespeare’s most famous plays, which tells the tragic tale of two star-crossed lovers from warring families, as part of a spectacular Summer of Love at the iconic London theatre. 22 Apr-9 Jul

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Photo: John Wildgoose

42nd Street at Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Grammy Award-winner Sheena Easton makes her West End debut in the classic feel-good Broadway musical, 42nd Street. Mark Bramble, who co-wrote the show, directs an all-singing, all-dancing cast as they tell the story of an unknown actress who has the chance to become a star. Booking until 14 Oct Book Now

Stepping Out at Vaudeville Theatre

Follow a group of friends as they escape from their lives for one evening every week to attend a dance class in North London. The award-winning Stepping Out stars Amanda Holden, Natalie Casey, Tamzin Outhwaite and some very different dancers. Until 17 Jun Book Now

An American in Paris at Dominion Theatre

This Tony Award-winning Broadway musical brings all the romance of the post-Second World War era to London. Christopher Wheeldon directs ballet stars Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope in this enchanting love story of An American in Paris, set to George and Ira Gershwin’s iconic music including I Got Rhythm and They Can’t Take That Away From Me. Booking until 30 Sep Book Now

Mamma Mia! at Novello Theatre

This feel-good musical hit celebrates 18 years of entertaining London audiences this spring. Set on a sunny Greek Island, where a young girl is eager to discover the identity of her father before her wedding, Mamma Mia! is filled with many of ABBA’s much-loved songs including Dancing Queen and Money, Money, Money. Booking until 3 Mar Book Now

Mamma Mia!

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead at Old Vic

It's your last chance to see Daniel Radcliffe in the 50th anniversary production of Tom Stoppard’s famous existential comedy, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. The former Harry Potter actor stars with Joshua McGuire as two of Hamlet’s minor characters who feel increasingly confused when they find themselves at the centre of the action. Until 6 May Book Now

The Glass Menagerie at Duke of York’s Theatre

Step into 1930s St. Louis with The Glass Menagerie, where the Wingfield family are desperately in need of hope and a Gentleman Caller holds their happiness in his control. The acclaimed Broadway production of Tennessee Williams’ great memory play is directed by Harry Potter and The Cursed Child’s John Tiffany. Until 29 Apr Book Now

Travesties at Apollo Theatre

Don’t miss Tom Stoppard’s comedy of art, revolution and unreliable memories, Travesties. Tom Hollander plays Henry Carr, a minor British diplomat who recounts the time in 1917 Zurich when he regularly talked with Lenin, James Joyce and characters from The Importance of Being Earnest. Until 29 Apr Book Now

Tom Hollander as Henry Carr in Travesties. Photo: Johan Persson