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Top 13 new shows: book a show now

Looking to catch one of the latest shows in London? From top London musicals to exciting new plays, these are some of the hottest London theatre tickets. Book early to avoid disappointment!

Frozen at Theatre Royal Haymarket

Catch Suranne Jones in award-winning psychological thriller, Frozen. In Bryony Lavery’s play, Jones plays a mother attempting to understand how and why her daughter disappeared on the way to her grandmother’s house. Until 5 May. Book now

The Best Man at the Playhouse Theatre

See Martin Shaw and Jeff Fahey play aspiring US presidential candidates in Gore Vidal’s political drama, The Best Man. As the race to become their party’s representative heats up, how far will each man go to ensure he wins? 24 Feb-26 May. Book now

Brief Encounter at Empire Cinema Haymarket

Man and woman sheltering underneath coat in the rain in Brief Encounter.

Discover one of British cinema’s greatest love stories with this theatrically inventive stage adaptation of Brief Encounter. A random meeting at a train station sparks a heartbreaking love story. 2 Mar-2 Sep. Book now

Strictly Ballroom The Musical at the Piccadilly Theatre

Enter a world of stunning outfits and spectacular dance with Strictly Ballroom The Musical. Based on the multi-award-winning Baz Luhrmann film, it follows competitive ballroom dancer Scott Hastings who ignores the rules to get what, and who, he wants. 29 Mar-20 Oct. Book now

TINA – The Tina Turner Musical at the Aldwych Theatre

Discover the incredible story of a music icon in TINA – The Tina Turner Musical. Featuring the pop star's greatest hits, it tells the story of how she grew from a young girl in Tennessee to become a global superstar. 21 Mar-16 Feb. Book now

Chicago at the Phoenix Theatre

See Oscar Award-winning Cuba Gooding Jr. make his West End debut, as classic musical Chicago returns to the London stage. The American star plays lawyer Billy Flynn in the satirical story about murderous showgirls and celebrity culture. 26 Mar-6 Oct. Book now

The Moderate Soprano at the Duke of York’s Theatre

Discover the love story behind the creation of the world-famous Glyndebourne opera festival. The Moderate Soprano, written by David Hare, comes to London’s West End following an acclaimed run at the Hampstead Theatre. 5 Apr-30 Jun. Book now

Chess at the London Coliseum

Follow a love story set during an international chess championship in the first major West End revival of Chess in 30 years. Written by ABBA’s Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus with Tim Rice, it features songs including One Night in Bangkok and I Know Him So Well. 26 Apr-2 Jun. Book now

Tartuffe at Theatre Royal Haymarket

Experience the West End’s first dual-language production as Molière’s comedy Tartuffe is performed in both English and French. This new adaptation moves the story to Hollywood, where a French movie tycoon's life is changed by a charismatic American evangelist. 25 May-28 Jul. Book now

King Lear at the Duke of York’s Theatre

Witness Ian McKellen playing one of Shakespeare’s greatest characters in King Lear. When an ageing monarch decides to split his kingdom between his three daughters, it leads to him losing everything. 11 Jul-3 Nov

The King and I at London Palladium

The King and I

Catch critically acclaimed romantic musical The King and I as it transfers from Broadway to London. Set in 1860s Bangkok, the show tells the story of the unconventional and passionate relationship that develops between the King of Siam and Anna Leonowens, a British schoolteacher. 21 Jun-29 Sep. Book now 

Walking with Dinosaurs – The Arena Spectacular at The O2

Feel the excitement of coming face to face with a Tyrannosaurus Rex during the internationally acclaimed Walking with Dinosaurs – The Arena Spectacular. Based on the BBC TV series, this family show sees full-scale dinosaurs roam the stage using animatronics. 14-19 Aug. Book now

The Height of the Storm at Wyndham’s Theatre

See award-winning actors Jonathan Pryce and Eileen Atkins star in the new show from French playwright Florian Zeller, The Height of the Storm. The pair play a couple whose 50-year relationship is threatened when a bunch of flowers arrive unexpectedly. 2 Oct-1 Dec. Book now