Best Theatre Shows In London 2017
It's no secret that London's theatre shows are some of the best in the world, often starting in our city and going on to tour the rest of the world. From sing-along musicals through to adaptions of our favourite books, seeing a West End show in London is an experience you have to add to your bucket list. Get ready for another stellar year of London stage shows and read our recommendations on the best theatre shows in London.
Last updated on 27th April 2017
Les Miserables is a global phenomenon having delighted audiences in 44 different countries with its moving and beautiful storyline. The London musical tells the story of the French Revolution through an incredible series of belters that will have you bawling.
Harry Potter. HARRY POTTER! Yes, Harry Potter has been revived for this utterly spectacular show. The West End theatre show picks up on Harry 20 years later, only not all is well with the Potters; head to central London to watch award-winning set design, fantastic performances and to hear the iconic character brought to life.
It's won more than 50 awards and delighted children around the world, Matilda is a hugely popular London musical. Join the stellar class as they reenact Roald Dahl's iconic novel in this fresh new take.
This London theatre show has been running for 10 years and is still delighting audiences. Wicked is a fun new take on the Wizard of Oz, telling the story of the witches from the Land of Oz.
One of the most moving stage plays in London, The Kite Runner is an emotional adaption of the book. Head to Wyndhams Theatre to watch the award-winning show as it flicks between Afghanistan and the USA, as well as past and present in a tale that explores friendship, love and loyalty.
Prepare to be terrified witless as this London theatre show tells the spooky story of the woman in black. The jumpy performance is one of the longest running on the West End and will have you on the edge of your seats as you hear the tale of a mysterious spirit who haunts a town and their children.