London’s theatres are currently closed due to coronavirus
If you’re living in London or just visiting, catching a show at a London theatre is a must for everyone!
You are spoilt for choice ~ musicals, plays, dance, comedy, London theatre has it all. It’s not just the audience who love London’s West End with famous faces lining up to star on the stage, including Jake Gyllenhaal in Sunday in the Park with George (opening June 2020), James McAvoy in Cyrano de Bergerac and Whoopi Goldberg in Sister Act (for a limited run in Summer 2020).
What could be more perfect than buying a Theatre Gift Voucher for someone special?
Don’t miss West End Live! A weekend of FREE live performances from the West End’s hit theatre shows in Trafalgar Square every June.
New for 2020!
- Back to the Future
- Uncle Vanya ~ From 14 January 2020 (until 2 May 2020) – starring Toby Jones and Richard Armitage
- The Wedding Singer ~ From 30 January 2020 (until 1 March 2020)
- Endgame ~ From 1 February 2020 (until 28 March 2020) – starring Daniel Radcliff and Alan Cumming
- The Prince of Egypt ~ From 5 February 2020 (until 12 September 2020)
- Message In A Bottle ~ From 6 February 2020 (until 21 March 2020)
- Pretty Woman ~ From 13 February 2020 (until 2 January 2021)
- Madam Butterfly ~ From 26 February 2020 (until 17 April 2020)
- City of Angels ~ From 6 March 2020 (until 5 September 2020)
- Hairspray ~ From 23 April 2020 (until 19 July 2020)
- To Kill A Mockingbird ~ From 21 May 2020 (until 8 August 2020) – starring Rhys Ifans
- Sunday in the Park with George ~ From 11 June 2020 (until 5 September 2020) – starring Jake Gyllenhaal
- Evita ~ From 27 June 2020 (until 22 August 2020)
- Life of Pi ~ From 28 June 2020 (until 4 October 2020)
- Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat ~ From 2 July 2020 to 6 September 2020
- Singin’ in the Rain ~ From 24 July 2020 (until 30 August 2020)
- Sister Act ~ From 29 July 2020 (until 30 August 2020). Starring Whoopi Goldberg!
- Hello, Dolly! ~ From 11 August 2020 (until 6 March 2021)
- Frozen the Musical
Don’t miss these shows closing soon
Book your tickets in advance
There are some fantastic shows to watch, here are just a few:
Search the whole range of shows and book your tickets through one of these agencies
You can also try booking your London theatre tickets closer to the time from ticket booths in the West End, for example, the TKTS booth in Leicester Square. Tickets are subject to availability.