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About The London Theatres

The London Theatre is the first and oldest site that is devoted to the West End theatre and Off West End shows in London. It features a plethora of remarkable shows, be it musicals, dance, plays, comedy, and much more. Founded by Darren Daliglish in 1995, the theatre continued to gain immense popularity from different corners of the globe due to its West End shows and beyond.

Later, in 2014, Encore Tickets, a STAR-affiliated ticket reseller, acquired the theatre and relaunched it with an impeccable design while displaying all the significant information about the London shows in detail. From award-winning plays to majestic musicals, the London Theatre does not forget to offer the best experience of life to the audiences.

Each show in The London Theatre is performed by the renowned stars of Broadway and A-listers of Hollywood. You can witness some of your favourite celebrities performing their art in new writing, class dramas, and fabulous music. All you need to do is check out the shows they are starring in and book your London Theatre tickets immediately!

Highlights Of The London Theatres

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  • Enjoy the best of West End or Broadway shows performed by professional artists at the London Theatres.
  • Watch your favourite celebrities, Britishers and international stars alike, performing the best of their art in the form of musicals, dance, comedy, dramas, plays, and much more.
  • Listen to the remarkable opera shows at a cost-effective rate.
  • Get a list of all the shows running in London and book your London Theatre tickets immediately.
  • Feel elated with the beautiful interiors of the theatres while enjoying your favourite show at the airport.
  • Get to the theatres not only during the weekends but also during the weekdays as the London Theatres offers a list of shows that run every day of the week under the Weekend Matinees.
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Shows At The London Theatres

The London Theatre showcases plenty of off-west end shows. From musicals and opera to comedy and dance, the theatre hosts several performances of renowned actors and stars. You can checkout London Theatre show categories and book tickets immediately to enjoy the award-winning plays and musicals. Some of the best performing shows at The London Theatre are as follows:

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Musicals

The London Theatre runs plenty of musical shows in London, ranging from long-running musicals like Wicked to the latest shows like Come From Away. You can select your favourite musical according to your preferences. Some of the masterpieces of musicals include Wicked at Apollo Victoria Theatre, Frozen at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Mamma Mia! at Novello Theatre, Back To The Future at Adelphi Theatre, and Moulin Rouge! The Musical at Piccadilly Theatre. All the musicals in the London Theatre have been entertaining audiences for decades. With a plethora of jukebox shows filled with blockbuster songs from renowned artists, The London Theatre does not miss a single chance to get the applause from its audiences.

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Plays & Dramas

Plays and dramas in The London Theatre offer incredible perks of theatre entertainment. From comedies to emotional dramas, there are plenty of shows suitable for audiences of different interest groups. Some of the high-selling plays and dramas in The London Theatre are Life of Pi, The Mousetrap, The Play That Goes Wrong, Bad Jews, The Woman in Black, and much more. Each of these plays and dramas is unique in style, story, production, and talents. You can book the tickets for your favourite shows or catch the next smashing hits with your friends and family.

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Family & Kids

If you want to spend some quality time with your kids and family, The London Theatre hosts the best London family shows and kids theatre for all age groups. From family favourites like Wicked to Disney musicals such as Frozen, you will find numerous options to choose from. The theatre is rupturing with shows dedicated to children. Mamma Mia!, Back To The Future, The Lion King, and Matilda The Musical are the other best shows in the family and kids section. The time has gone when it is difficult to watch shows with kids because the shows at The London Theatre is enough to keep your kids entertained at all times.

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Opera

You will find some of the best opera shows in the world at The London Theatre. Some of the stunning productions operating in the theatres in London are London Coliseum and the Royal Opera House. No matter whether you are seeking an introduction to the opera world or you are an opera enthusiast yourself, you will discover many options in London to suit your preferences. The tickets for opera shows are even budget-friendly, so you don’t have to worry about the money. Therefore, you can relish the opera experience at an affordable price.

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Ballet

London is the hub of some of the remarkable ballet shows in the entire world, and you can get a chance to experience one at The London Theatre. The location of these performances are prestigious dance venues, such as the Peacock Theatre or the Sadler’s Wells. The ballet shows held at these theatres are the advancement of the classic English National Ballet. It does not mean that each of the ballet shows narrates a traditional story. They are performing it as a dance form too. To name a few, The Car Man, Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby, and Nutcracker - English National Ballet are some spellbinding shows.

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Comedy

If you like humour, The London Theatre also runs comedy shows that will surely get you in stitches. You would not have experienced the best sense of humour until you have watched shows like Mischief Theatre’s The Play That Goes Wrong and a smashing hit The Book of Mormon, which has stolen the stage for several years. These shows are also displayed during festivals throughout the year. You need to keep a track of the latest shows every time so you don’t miss a chance to watch the best-ever comedy in a live show. It is time to grab your tickets and experience the fun of comedy shows at the London Theatre yourself.

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Underbelly Festival

Underbelly Festival often comes during the summer months, and its grandiosity does not have any limits. Every year, it impresses the crowd with its lavishness and grandeur. This festival takes place at two locations in London, namely Cavendish Square and Earls Court. The Underbelly Festival features a daring circus, hilarious comedy, and cabarets of different genres. You can relish a glass of refreshing drinks and delectable street foods while enjoying the beauty of the festival. It is indeed a lifetime experience to enjoy your heart out with your friends and family, keeping the scorching heat of the summer at bay.

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Fringe & Off-West End

If you are thinking of visiting the London Theatre, do not forget to visit these off-West End shows that run all year round. Including the extensive shows like Southwark Playhouse and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, the Fringe & Off West End shows are one of a kind. Even the show named The Play That Goes Wrong started as a fringe theatre piece in the city. If you have not experienced this show before, you are definitely missing out on a great time that you can spend watching these shows. No matter what your interest is, this show will fulfil the desires of all interest groups.

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Weekday Matinees

If you wonder that theatres are only for the weekends, then you are highly mistaken. The Weekday Matinees in The London Theatre takes place every day of the week. It is a perfect place for people who want to enjoy the theatrical show as well as keep their evenings idle. Several west end shows run during weekdays in London. Whether you want to watch a high-end drama or enjoy a concert experience, Weekday Matinees has got you covered. It is on you to choose your favourable time in the week and book your London Theatre tickets to get the afternoons of the weekdays set.

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Top London Theatres For Musical Shows

Music lovers will surely feel delighted to catch various musical show theatres in London which have been running successfully for years. While some of the theatres will give you a glimpse of the bygone centuries, some are modernised, having opened only a few years before. Watch some of the popular shows such as The Lion King, MAMMA MIA!, Beauty and the Beast, The Tina Turner Musical, and others at these theatres and make your evenings enjoyable.

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Lyceum Theatre
Lyceum Theatre

If you want to catch a musical show, you can take the London theatre tickets for the Lyceum Theatre. The well-known theatre started in the year 1772 as a room and was used for concerts and exhibitions till it was shifted to its current premises. The theatre has, since its inception, gone through a series of successes, failures and rebirths before reaching its current state of success. Presently, the theatre has 760,000 visitors coming to enjoy its hospitality every year. Children are especially thrilled to visit this theatre as it is now the home to Disney’s ‘The Lion King’.

Location: 21 Wellington St, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7RQ, UK

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Novello Theatre
Novello Theatre

Catch one of the world’s most exciting and entertaining shows MAMMA MIA!, running at the Novello Theatre since 2012. The theatre, also known as Waldorf Theatre at the time of inception, was opened on 22 May 1905 and has been successfully hosting shows since then. With MAMMA MIA! The theatre has already had more than 8000 performances that have been witnessed by over 9 million people. So get yourself, a normal or a family ticket and be prepared to enjoy watching this funny tale in this beautiful theatre. Opt for the Champagne or the VIP package to enhance the enjoyment of your experience.

Location: Aldwych, London, WC2B 4LD

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London Palladium
London Palladium

The London Palladium theatre opened on Boxing Day in 1910 and had been a roaring success since then. Get yourself the London theatre tickets for one of the current or upcoming shows and feel entranced watching the musical with its brilliant light and sound effect. The current year has seen this theatre hosting the Dita Von Teese, Katherine Ryan and Sting show and is currently preparing itself to host the Beauty and the Beast the Musical in the summer and Jack and the Beanstalk in the panto season.

Location: 65 Drury Lane, London, WC2B 5SP

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Aldwych Theatre
Aldwych Theatre

Catch an enjoyable musical show by Tina Turner at one of the theatres in London, the Aldwych Theatre. Built-in 1905, the renowned theatre has hosted several shows by well-known singers. Its popularity reached its peak in 2000 with Dirty Dancing running for five long years. The year 2000 also saw other popular shows such as Fame and Dancing in the Street. Get yourself tickets for the acclaimed Tina – The Tina Turner Musical which started in March 2008 and has been successfully running since.

Location: Aldwych Theatre, 49 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DF

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Adelphi Theatre

The Adelphi Theatre, co-owned by the Nederlander Group and Andrew Lloyd Webber, is the fourth venue on the Stand. It was started in 1993 when Andrew Lloyd Webber gave it a facelift to start his musical Sunset Boulevard, starring Patti Lupone. Since then, the theatre has been running various shows and events successfully and there are several ones you can watch here. Those with an interest in Musicals can watch Beauty & The Beast, Frozen, Mathilda, Back to the Future and others.

Location: Adelphi Theatre, 409-412 Strand, London, WC2R 0NS

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Prince Edward Theatre
Prince Edward Theatre

If you are planning to pay a visit to any of the theatres in London that host musical shows, you can visit Prince Edward Theatre and watch the multi-award-winning musical Mary Poppins by Disney and Cameron Mackintosh. The beautiful show was first opened in December 2004 and continued here till 2008. Then again the show was back in this theatre in 2019. Watch the musical in the enchanting theatre which was first opened in 1929 and was decorated in warm shades of gold and fuchsia. Get yourself, a normal or a family ticket and be prepared to enjoy the show. Opt for the Champagne or the VIP package to enhance the enjoyment of your experience.

Location: Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4HS

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Top London Theatres For Plays

Theatre buffs would surely want to watch a theatrical performance at one of the top London Theatres for playa & dramas. They would surely want to get the London theatre tickets to enjoy watching a play at Barbican Theatre, Gillian Lynne Theatre, or watch the Woman in Black at Fortune Theatre. Shakespeare play lovers can visit the Shakespeare's Globe to catch one of the well-known comedies or tragedies by the great man. Those looking forward to watching a play at a modern theatre can go to the Annex by the Old Vic Theatre or the latest venue Park Theatre.

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Barbican Theatre
Barbican Theatre

Pay a visit to the Barbican, consisting of two theatres, two art galleries, a concert hall, three cinemas, and a tropical conservatory. Watch a theatre at one of the two theatre spaces of the venue, known for hosting the finest theatre, dance and performances by international artists and companies. Enjoy reduced-price London theatre tickets for youngsters between the age of 14 to 25 years and check out fabulous family discounts which you can avail of.

Location: Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8D

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Shakespeare Globe
Shakespeare's Globe

Those with a love for Shakespearean tragedies and comedies must pay a visit to Shakespeare's Globe, one of the theatres in London which is not only a world-famous theatre but also a cultural landmark and an education centre. Located on the bank of the River Thames in London, the theatre celebrates Shakespeare’s transformative influence on the world by performing a radical theatrical experiment. Watch well-known Shakespear plays such as Much Ado About Nothing, Julius Caesar, Henry VIII, and others playing at this theatre.

Location: 21 New Globe Walk, SE1 9DT

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 Gillian Lynne Theatre
Gillian Lynne Theatre

Visit Gillian Lynne Theatre, a historical theatre which was established in the 18th century. Since then, the place has changed its name many times till May 2018 when its name changed from the New London to the Gillian Lynne Theatre, paying tribute to the work of her pioneering legacy and love of the West End. Currently, a part of theatres owned by the theatrical visionary Andrew Lloyd Webber, Gillian Lynne Theatre is scheduled to hold the theatre The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe from July 2022.

Location: Gillian Lynne Theatre, 166 Drury Ln, London, WC2B 5PW, United Kingdom

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The Old Vic
Old Vic Theatre

The Old Vic Theatre has always made an attempt to make theatrical art available to everyone. And this is the reason, they have gone ahead and built Annex, a five-storey building for creativity, community and education. Visit this place to catch the show running at that time and feel the essence of theatre in its ambience. Spend some time at the Theatre’s bar cafe and bar and enjoy delicious food and drink.

Location: The Old Vic, The Cut, London SE1 8NB

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Fortune Theatre
Fortune Theatre

Get your London theatre tickets for Fortune Theatre and go watch theatrical performances such as The Woman in Black or The Pride. The brilliant theatre production The Woman in Black has been running since 1989 and has earned much praise. One of the smallest venues of Covent Garden, the Fortune Theatre was built in 1924 and had many stars performing in it. The theatre has been much acclaimed for having some of the best seats, a stage that brings the West End up close and a sense of atmosphere and closeness.

Location: 29 Russell St, London, WC2B 5HH, UK

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Park Theatre
Park Theatre

A new London theatre which was inaugurated in 2010 is the Park Theatre, located next to Finsbury Park station. Famed as the Five-star neighbourhood theatre by Independent, the theatre is the brainchild of Artistic Director, Jez Bond along with Creative Director, Melli Marie. The theatre comprises three fully air conditioned rehearsal and performance spaces with blackout blinds and a flow of natural daylight. You might catch a performance at Park 200, the two tier (circle and stalls) auditorium where 200 spectators can seat. Apart from this, there is the Morris Space which is ideal for those who want to hold workshops, meetings, classes or rehearsals.

Location: Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JP

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Top London Theatres For Comedy Shows

Go through the London theatre for comedy shows being hosted at some of the popular theatrical venues of the city. You can book London theatre tickets & watch The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre or Matilda The Musical at Cambridge Theatre. You can also watch the live performers at the Eventim Apollo or watch a show at one of the largest West End theatres in London, London Coliseum. Other theatres where you can watch a comedy play include the Ambassadors Theatre and the Savoy Theatre.

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Duchess THeatre
Duchess Theatre

The Duchess Theatre was built with its stalls below the street level to let the neighbours continue to enjoy ancient lights and to overcome the scale of the site. The theatre was opened in 1929 and passed on to become part of the Nimax Theatres group in 2005. You can visit the theatre to see the resident comedy The Play That Goes Wrong. Other notable productions that have made the theatre famous include Oh! Calcutta!, Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story, The Dirtiest Show in Town, Alan Bennett's Untold Stories, and others.

Location: Duchess Theatre, Duchess Theatre, 3-5 Catherine Street, London, WC2B 5LA

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Eventim Apollo
Eventim Apollo

Eventim Apollo had opened its gates to the spectators on the 28th of March, 1932 as the Gaumont Palace cinema. Later on, it changed its name to Hammersmith Apollo and finally to Eventim Apollo after being recreated by Eventim and AEG Live. The venue is known to be one of the largest and best-preserved original theatres in the United Kingdom and is currently one of the major live entertainment venues in London. You can take the London theatre tickets for this venue and watch a performance by one of the live entertainers such as Russell Brand, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Sean Lock and Jason Manford and others.

Location: Eventim Apollo .45 Queen Caroline Street, London, England W6 9QH

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The London Coliseum
The London Coliseum

One of the largest West End theatres in London is London Coliseum, located on St. Martin’s Lane. Opened in 1904 as the venue to host a variety of shows including chariot races, the large theatre now hosts popular operas. While watching a show in this theatre, you will feel yourself being a part of it, owing to all of its 2359 seats having a fantastic view of the stage. You can sit across two levels in stalls, dress circle, upper circle or balcony to watch your show.

Location: St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4ES

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Cambridge Theatre
Cambridge Theatre

Another one of the venues that has been acquired by the theatrical legend Andrew Lloyd Webber in 2000 is the Cambridge Theatre. Initially opened to the audience in 1930, the auditorium of the theatre is ideal for spectacular musicals and more scaled-down plays owing to its size, providing intimacy. You can get the tickets for Matilda The Musical, which has been playing in this venue successfully since 2011 or you can wait to catch the upcoming show An Evening with Miriam Margolyes, scheduled to start in July 2022. Some of the notable performances which have made this theatre popular include the Olivier Award-winning spectacle, Our House, The Beautiful Game, George Bernard Shaw’s legendary Heartbreak House and others.

Location: Earlham Street, London, WC2H 9HU

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Savoy Theatre
Savoy Theatre

Watch The Pretty Woman: The Musical or The Girl’s Bathroom: Live at the Savoy Theatre, which was opened in 1881. The theatre venue was designed by C I Phipps and decorated by Collinson & Locke. The place became well known for being the first public building in the world that has been lit by incandescent electric lights and has been blazing in one way or another since its opening.

Location: Savoy Theatre, Savoy Court, The Strand, London WC2R 0ET, UK

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Ambassador Theater
Ambassadors Theatre

Watch Mad House at the famous Ambassadors Theatre, located next to the St Martin's Theatre. Opened on 5th June 1913, the theatre has the fame of opening Britain’s longest-running production The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie. The play continued in this theatre for 21 years from 25th November 1952 to 1974. Other notable productions of this theatre include The Emperor Jones, The Mask of Virtue, Spring Meeting etc.

Location: West St, London WC2H 9ND

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Why To Book The London Theatre Tickets?

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  • You should book The London Theatre tickets to enjoy high-quality theatrical performances by the most talented people in the world.
  • No matter whether you would like to relish the musical theatre experience, a nuanced and textured drama, or a laugh-out-loud comedy, London Theatre is a perfect place to explore a lasting appreciation for dramatic arts.
  • The design of the theatre resembles an exciting tension between lasting traditions and contemporary designs.
  • It preserves and reuses the tradition of theatre in London by making you feel the buzz of the excitement with the stage performances of Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, and Doctor Faustus.
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The London Theatre FAQs

How many shows are there at The London Theatre?

There are over 60 shows being performed in The London Theatre. You can book your London Theatre tickets and enjoy the best of cutting-edge plays, award-winning musicals, and live shows. Some of the much-loved shows at the London Theatre are The Phantom of The Opera, Wicked, Les Miserables, and Disney’s The Lion King. You must also watch the latest shows like Hamilton, Come From Away, Dear Evan Hansen, and Only Fools and Horses The Musical in this theatre.

What is the best time to visit The London Theatre?

The best time to visit The London Theatre is during the months of September and October. During this time, the place experiences the autumn season, and it is the busiest time of the year for the theatrical shows. It is advisable to go during mid-week if you are looking forward to watching a particular hit show at the weekend. However, you must book your London Theatre tickets in advance.

What makes The London Theatre so famous?

The London Theatre is famous for its musical tunes, live theatrical shows, Shakespearean plays, etc. The exceptional acting, spectacular production, and unforgettable experience are also some of the fundamental reasons for the popularity of this theatre. Not only this but the place also garners the interest of tourists for bars, shops, restaurants, and attractions. It is a beautiful place to enjoy the nightlife in London.

Are outside eatables allowed inside The London Theatre?

The London Theatre doesn’t permit the visitors to carry their own food and drink inside the premises. Although the restriction is not enforced strictly, the establishment has the right to cease the belongings of the customers or leave the premises if people are taking too much liberty.

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