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Top shows to see in November

Discover our pick of the best London theatre shows to see this November, and book tickets for the hottest shows in town!

Big Fish The Musical at The Other Palace

Big Fish at The Other Palace

Join Frasier star Kelsey Grammer for his UK stage debut playing a man who has filled his son’s life with wondrous tales in Big Fish The Musical. When Edward Bloom is confronted about the truth of his stories, father and son embark on a life-affirming journey. 1 Nov-31 Dec. Book now

Network at the National Theatre

Network at National Theatre: Lyttelton

See Bryan Cranston and Michelle Dockery in the theatrical adaptation of Oscar Award-winning film, Network. When a TV news anchor snaps live on air, the television executives spot the chance to exploit his breakdown for their own advantage. 4 Nov-24 Mar

Royal Shakespeare Company’s Rome MMXVII at Barbican Theatre

See four gripping Shakespeare plays as the Royal Shakespeare Company brings its Rome MMXVII season to London. Coriolanus, Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra and Titus Andronicus are packed with politics, love, war and revenge. 6 Nov-20 Jan

Everybody's Talking about Jamie at the Apollo Theatre

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

Catch the acclaimed new musical, Everybody’s Talking about Jamie, featuring music by The Feeling’s Dan Gillespie Sells. Inspired by a true story, the show follows a 16-year-old boy who triumphs over bullies to fulfil his dreams. 6 Nov-21 Apr. Book now

Cinderella at Hackney Empire

Cinderella at Hackney Empire

Get ready for Christmas with one of London’s favourite pantomimes, Cinderella. The family show tells the story of an unloved girl whose dream becomes a reality with the help of her fairy godmother. 18 Nov-31 Dec

A Christmas Carol at The Old Vic

A Christmas Carol at The Old Vic

Follow Ebenezer Scrooge as he is whisked away on a Christmas Eve journey in an attempt to change his miserly ways with A Christmas Carol. Rhys Ifans plays one of Charles Dickens’ most famous characters in this new adaptation written by Harry Potter and The Cursed Child’s playwright Jack Thorne. 18 Nov-20 Jan. Book now

Apologia at Trafalgar Studios

Apologia at Trafalgar Studios

Make the most of your last chance to see Stockard Channing as the mother of a troubled family in Alexi Kaye Campbell’s tense drama, Apologia. The play follows a birthday celebration where tensions are fraught and anger leads to confrontation. Until 18 Nov. Book now

The Gruffalo's Child at the Lyric Theatre

The Gruffalo & apos;s Child at Lyric Theatre

Take the family on a journey into the deep, dark wood as The Gruffalo’s Child comes to the West End. The stage adaptation of Julia Donaldson’s picture book about an inquisitive creature’s adventures is a musical treat for young theatregoers. 22 Nov-7 Jan. Book now 

The Snowman at the Peacock Theatre

Let The Snowman fill you with festive cheer as the much-loved Christmas show returns to the Peacock Theatre for its 20th year. Featuring the classic Christmas song Walking in the Air, Raymond Briggs’ story follows a young boy who embarks on a magical adventure when his snowman comes to life. 23 Nov-31 Dec. Book now

La Soirée at Aldwych Theatre

Prepare to be stunned and entertained by the talented cast of cabaret hit La Soirée. Mixing circus, burlesque, cabaret and mischief, the Olivier Award-winning show offers an evening of incredible feats and saucy fun. 24 Nov-3 Feb. Book now

Five Guys Named Moe at Marble Arch Theatre

The five Moes in Five Guys Named Moe. Credit: Helen Maybanks

Let Five Guys Named Moe take you back to 1940s New Orleans, as the title characters attempt to cheer up Nomax. Filled with the songs of Louis Jordan, this award-winning show is staged in an atmospheric and specially built venue in Marble Arch. Until 24 Mar. Book now