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Top 10 Shows To See in November

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

1. An Inspector Calls at Playhouse Theatre

Be haunted by JB Priestley's classic tale An Inspector Calls at the Playhouse Theatre. Watch as a mysterious figure brings news of a tragic suicide to the Birling family’s dinner party. But as family secrets begin to unravel, who is to blame for the death of Eva Smith? 4 Nov-4 Feb Book Now

An Inspector Calls 2015 Tour. Photo: Mark Douet

2. Dreamgirls at Savoy Theatre

Discover dazzling Dreamgirls as it returns to the stage at the Savoy Theatre, starring Glee’s Amber Riley. Follow girl group The Dreams in their pursuit of stardom, singing the smash-hit tunes Listen, And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going and One Night Only on their way up to the top. 19 Nov-11 Mar Book Now

3. Nice Fish at Harold Pinter Theatre

Be hooked by the Broadway smash-hit comedy Nice Fish at Harold Pinter Theatre. Laugh along as multi-award winner Mark Rylance and Jim Lichtscheidl embark on an ice fishing trip as Ron and Erik, which dives deep into the lives of the duo. 15 Nov-11 Feb Book Now

4. Half A Sixpence at Noel Coward Theatre

Catch hit musical Half A Sixpence as it transfers from a successful run in Chichester to the Noel Coward Theatre. Follow orphan Arthur Kipps as his world is turned upside down after suddenly inheriting a large fortune; but is his new life really for the better? 29 Oct-11 Feb Book Now

Charlie Stemp as Arthur Kipps and Company in Half A Sixpence. Photo: Manuel Harlan

5. Buried Child at Trafalgar Studios

See the critically acclaimed Buried Child at Trafalgar Studios. Performed by a star-studded cast including Golden Globe winners Ed Harris and Amy Madigan, Sam Shepard’s play uncovers dark family truths against the turbulent backdrop of rural America in 1979. 14 Nov-18 Feb Book Now

Buried Child at Trafalgar Studios.

6. The Nutcracker at Royal Opera House

Lose yourself in the magical world of The Nutcracker at the Royal Opera House. Performed to Tchaikovsky’s enchanting score, the Royal Ballet’s spellbinding production of the world-famous ballet sees Clara go on a dream-like adventure led by magician Drosselmeyer. 23 Nov-12 Jan Book Now

7. La Soiree at Christmas in Leicester Square

Don’t miss La Soiree’s spectacular cabaret show in Leicester Square. Marvel at a daring mix of burlesque, acrobatics and circus acts from unforgettable artists, including Ursula Martinez and The English Gents, as the show swings into London for the seventh year. 11 Nov-8 Jan Book Now

8. Peter Pan at National Theatre

Embark on a magical adventure to Neverland with Peter Pan at the National Theatre and meet plenty of your favourite characters. Peter loses his shadow during a trip to London, but Wendy is on hand to help and is invited to Neverland; however, Captain Hook lays in wait. 16 Nov-28 Jan Book Now

The Bristol Old Vic cast of Peter Pan. Photo: Mark Douet

9. In Conversation with Standard Issue at Leicester Square Theatre

Spend an evening being inspired by the likes of Jo Brand and Sarah Millican, as they discuss humour, feminism and other significant issues, forming part of the series of female talks run by Standard Issue Magazine. 20 Nov Book Now

Jo Brand - In Conversation with Standard Issue.

10. Trainspotting at The Vaults

Step into the gritty world of 1980s Edinburgh with Trainspotting at The Vaults. Based on Irvine Welsh’s famous cult novel, this stage adaption allows you to join Mark Renton and his mates for an immersive experience not for the faint hearted. 3 Nov-15 Jan Book Now

Trainspotting at The Vaults. Photo: Andreas Grieger