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Top 10 Shows To See in September

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

Pride And Prejudice at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Rediscover Jane Austen’s classic romantic comedy, Pride and Prejudice, as it is brought to the stage at The Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park. Follow the Bennet sisters’ helpless search for love -  will proud Mr Darcy find his perfect match? 2-17 Sep. Book now


The Alchemist: Royal Shakespeare Company at Barbican Theatre

Catch Ben Johnson’s hilarious satire, The Alchemist, as it takes to the stage at the Barbican Theatre. See how butler Jeremy transforms the house of his master – who has left London to escape from the plague – into a receptacle for all sorts of criminals, together with fellow conman Subtle and prostitute Doll Common. 2 Sep-1 Oct. Book now


Doctor Faustus: Royal Shakespeare Company at Barbican Theatre

Relive the timeless story of greed and damnation with Doctor Faustus at the Barbican Theatre. Solitary academic Faustus, frustrated by the limits of human possibilities, strikes a deal with the devil: 24 years of infinite knowledge and power in exchange for his soul. 7 Sep-1 Oct. Book now


No Man’s Land at Wyndham’s Theatre

See two legendary British actors reunite in intense play No Man's Land at the Wyndham's Theatre. Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen star in Harold Pinter’s dark comedy about an evening of drinking which turns sour. 8 Sep-17 Dec. Book now


The Libertine at Theatre Royal Haymarket

See Dominic Cooper - years after his celebrated role in The History Boys - as he returns to London’s West End to play notorious seducer, the Earl of Rochester, in The Libertine at Theatre Royal Haymarket. Based on a true story, this grand period drama provides a merciless look at 17th-century London. 22 Sep-3 Dec. Book now


Pigeon English: National Youth Theatre at Ambassadors Theatre

See Pigeon English, a new play by the National Youth Theatre, as it makes its West End premiere at the Ambassadors Theatre. The stage debut of Stephen Kelman's 2011 Man Booker prize shortlisted novel focuses on the sometimes harsh reality of moving into adulthood in Britain. 26 Sep-22 Nov. Book now


Murder Ballad at Arts Theatre

Don’t miss exciting musical Murder Ballad as it heads to the Arts Theatre for its UK premiere. Follow the murderous desire of three New Yorkers caught in a love triangle in the big city. As secrets build up, you know blood will be spilled - but by whom? 30 Sep-29 Oct. Book now


No's Knife at the Old Vic

Be treated to the world premiere of Lisa Dwans interpretation of Samuel Beckett’s Texts for Nothing, in No’s Knife at the Old Vic. Gain a piercing insight of Beckett’s work as his foremost interpret transfers the monologue to the stage. 29 Sep-15 Oct. Book now


Hobson's Choice at Vaudeville Theatre

Celebrate 100 years since Harold Brighouse's acclaimed comedy appeared on stage, with Hobson’s Choice at Vaudeville Theatre. Proud shop owner Hobson is faced with a difficult choice when his eldest daughter marries a humble bootmaker to open a rival shop. Will the tyrannical father admit his mistakes? 8 Jun-10 Sep. Book now


Groundhog Day at the Old Vic

Catch blockbuster musical Groundhog Day, at its world premiere at the Old Vic. Based on the 1993 cult film starring Bill Murray, the irresistible show sees Phil Connors (Andy Karl) being forced to repeat the same day over and over again in a remote town in Pennsylvania. Will he learn the secret and escape, or will Phil be stuck in a time loop forever? 20 Jul-17 Sep. Book now