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Top 14 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!

Everybody’s Talking about Jamie at the Apollo Theatre

John McCrea in Eveybody & apos;s Talking About Jamie. Image: Johan Persson

Discover why Everybody’s Talking about Jamie as the celebrated musical transfers to London’s West End. Follow the journey of a young boy as he overcomes prejudice and steps into the spotlight, backdropped against a catchy soundtrack. Until 21 Apr. Book now

The Woman in White at the Charing Cross Theatre

See this new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s gothic musical about love and betrayal, The Woman in White. Based on Wilkie Collins’ novel, it is the story of an art tutor haunted by an image from his past. 20 Nov-10 Feb. Book Now

La Soirée at the Aldwych Theatre

Wonder at the fantastic feats achieved by the cabaret and circus artists in La Soirée. The award-winning entertainment show brings together a world-class collection of unusual acts, and this year also stages La Petite Soirée for younger audiences. 24 Nov-3 Feb. Book now

Dick Whittington at the London Palladium

Laugh your way through a performance of classic pantomime Dick Whittington this Christmas. Julian Clary, Elaine Paige and Paul Zerdin lead the cast of the traditional family show about a young man seeking his fortune in London. 9 Dec-14 Jan. Book now

Girl from the North Country at the Noël Coward Theatre

See Conor McPherson’s acclaimed new play Girl from the North Country, which features the iconic songs of Bob Dylan. This story of a small American community during the Great Depression was previously a hit at The Old Vic in the summer of 2017. 29 Dec-24 Mar. Book now

The Birthday Party at the Harold Pinter Theatre

Find out what happens when unexpected guests arrive at a seaside boarding house in Harold Pinter’s dark comedy, The Birthday Party. Zoë Wanamaker leads the celebrity cast that also includes Stephen Mangan, Toby Jones and Pearl Mackie. 9 Jan-14 Apr. Book now

Julius Caesar at the Bridge Theatre

Julius Caesar at The Bridge Theatre

Witness the rise and fall of Julius Caesar at a new theatre in London. Be transported to the bustling streets of Rome, where the assassination of Caesar causes civil war to break out in Nicholas Hytner’s production. 20 Jan-15 April

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

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

See Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville star in a powerful production of Long Day’s Journey into Night. Step inside the home of the Tyrone family, whose inability to deal with their past or the present pushes the entire household to the edge of destruction. 27 Jan-7 Apr. Book Now

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. 9 Feb-5 May. 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-21 Jul. 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 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

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-4 Aug. 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