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Celebrities on stage: top London shows with star performers

Star casting adds a touch of sparkle to the magic of a West End show. See your favourite celebrities live on the London stage at one of these productions featuring famous actors and singers.

Labour of Love at Noel Coward Theatre

Labour Of Love at Noel Coward Theatre

See political playwright James Graham’s new comedy Labour of Love in London’s West End. Starring Martin Freeman and Tamsin Greig, the play takes place amid the backdrop of the Labour party across 25 years, in a fictional story that wittily contemplates the existential woes of the party. 27 Sept-2 Dec. Book now

Venus in Fur at Theatre Royal Haymarket

Venus In Fur at Theatre Royal Haymarket

See Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer in the critically acclaimed Venus in Fur. After turning up to an audition unannounced, actress Vanda Jordan is determined to land the leading role in a new production. 6 Oct-9 Dec. Book now

Glengarry Glen Ross at Playhouse Theatre

Glengarry Glen Ross at Playhouse Theatre

See Hollywood star Christian Slater during his return to the West End stage in David Mamet’s cut-throat drama Glengarry Glen Ross. Also featuring Kris Marshall and Don Warrington, this major revival follows a group of Chicago salesmen who will stop at nothing to secure a deal. 26 Oct-3 Feb. Book Now

Big Fish The Musical at The Other Palace

Big Fish at The Other Palace

Watch Frasier's Kelsey Grammer lead the cast of heartwarming Big Fish The Musical. Based on Daniel Wallace’s novel and Tim Burton’s film, the production tells the story of a tall-tale-spinning father and the life-affirming journey he takes with his son. 1 Nov-31 Dec. Book Now

Network at National Theatre

Network at National Theatre: Lyttelton

Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston makes his UK stage debut opposite Michelle Dockery in the adaptation of 1976 dystopian film, Network. See Cranston play a news anchor whose on-air breakdown is exploited by TV executives. 4 Nov-24 Mar

Apologia at Trafalgar Studios

Apologia at Trafalgar Studios

Catch Emmy Award-winning Stockard Channing in the latest production of theatre hit, Apologia. The play follows distinguished art historian Kristin Miller, and tells the poignant and witty story of difficult family relationships following the publication of her memoir. Until 18 Nov. Book now

A Christmas Carol at The Old Vic

A Christmas Carol at The Old Vic

Get in the festive spirit as The Old Vic brings Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol to London. Rhys Ifans plays the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, who is visited by four ghosts intent on helping him change his ways. 18 Nov-20 JanBook Now

Dick Whittington at London Palladium

Dick Whittington at London Palladium

Julian Clary returns to the London Palladium alongside Paul Zerdin, Elaine Paige and Nigel Havers for a captivating new showing of the classic pantomime, Dick Whittington. Follow the young hero on a rip-roaring adventure as his quest to find his fortune takes him to London and beyond. 9 Dec-14 Jan. Book now

Peter Pan - The Arena Spectacular at SSE Arena Wembley

Peter Pan at SSE Arena Wembley

Be dazzled by the Christmas production of Peter Pan, starring Martin Kemp and Bradley Walsh. J.M Barrie’s classic story is brought to life on the London stage with a cast of more than 100 performers, including stuntmen and circus performers. 29 Dec-30 Dec. Book now

The Birthday Party at Harold Pinter Theatre

The Birthday Party at Harold Pinter Theatre

See an all-star cast perform Harold Pinter’s dark comedy of menace with The Birthday Party. Toby Jones, Zoë Wanamaker, Stephen Mangan and Pearl Mackie feature in this play about two strangers who arrive uninvited at a quiet seaside boarding house. 9 Jan-14 Apr. Book Now

Julius Caesar at Bridge Theatre

Julius Caesar at The Bridge Theatre

Step onto the streets of Rome with Nicholas Hytner’s promenade adaptation of the Shakespearean tragedy, Julius Caesar. Ben Whishaw, David Morrissey and Michelle Fairley lead the cast in this gripping play about politics, murder and civil war. 20 Jan-15 Apr

Long Day’s Journey into Night at Wyndham’s Theatre

Long Day & apos;s Journey Into Night at Wyndham & apos;s Theatre

See two of the UK’s greatest stage performers, Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville, in Long Day’s Journey into Night. Set in the summer of 1912, the show follows the tense story of a family in turmoil. 27 Jan-8 Apr. Book Now

Frozen at Theatre Royal Haymarket

Frozen at Theatre Royal Haymarket

Catch Doctor Foster star Suranne Jones leading the cast of Bryony Lavery’s award-winning thriller, Frozen. When a child goes missing on the way to visit her grandma, three strangers are left trying to make sense of the world. 9 Feb-5 May. Book Now

42nd Street at Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Watch Grammy Award-winning Sheena Easton take to the stage as Dorothy Brock for her West End debut in 42nd Street. The all-singing, all-dancing musical tells the tale of hopeful Peggy Sawyer, who dreams of making it big on Broadway. Until 10 Feb. Book now

Dreamgirls at Savoy Theatre

Powerhouse Amber Riley from the award-winning musical sensation Glee makes her West End debut as Effie White in Dreamgirls. Voicing huge tracks And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going and One Night Only, Amber's much-anticipated transition to the stage promises to have audiences on their feet. Until 10 Feb. Book now

Annie at Piccadilly Theatre

See Craig Revel Horwood take on the role of wicked orphanage owner Miss Hannigan in one of the world’s most-loved musicals, Annie. This fun-filled family production follows the tale of orphan Annie in 1930s New York and features classic songs including It’s a Hard Knock Life. Until 18 Feb. Book Now

Aladdin at Prince Edward Theatre


Enjoy a magical evening full of adventure with Disney’s smash-hit musical Aladdin. Former Sugababes star Jade Ewen plays Princess Jasmine in this stunning show about a poor boy who discovers a magical lamp, which changes his life forever. Until 24 Mar. Book Now

Discover more of the capital’s dazzling theatre shows, or see a top musical in London’s West End.