Top 10 West End Theatre Shows In London
From heart-warming tales of rising stars through to laugh-out-loud funny comedies, London's West End is packed full of brilliant performances. Head to one of the iconic London theatres to see award-winning shows that will have you singing and dancing out of the venue. We've handpicked London's best West End theatre shows as well as throwing in exclusive discounts and pricing to sweeten the deal.
Last updated on 22nd February 2017
As one of Lyric Theatre's longest running shows, Thriller is a top West End show that is inspired by Michael Jackson's incredible hits. Head to Central London for two hours of the hottest Jackson hits brought to life by talented performers, amazing set design and a wonderful reimagining.
A stalwart on the West End theatre scene, The Phantom of the Opera has been staged in London for more than 30 years. Created by Andrew Lloyd Webber, this classic musical has enthralled audiences for decades with its incredible music and beautiful storyline.
The heart-warming Disney film has been adapted to create one of the West End's smash theatre hits. The story of Simone, Pumba and Simba is brought to life in a new exciting way through dance, song and incredible stage production.
Telling the alternative story of the Wizard of Oz, Wicked is an all-singing, all-dancing West End musical. Showing at the Apollo Victoria theatre, the London show has won tonnes of awards and still delivers as one of the longer running shows.
One of London's best theatre shows brings the music of ABBA to life in a fun and upbeat story. Mamma Mia is full of classic hits from the Swedish band, head to Novello theatre to watch this heart-warming performance about a girl in search of father.
If you haven't heard of The Book of Mormon, where have you been hiding the past few years. One of the West End's best shows, The Book of Mormon was created by the people behind South Park and is in equal parts outrageous and hilarious.
Les Miserables tops the list of best London theatre shows due to its award-winning production and beautiful songs. Adapted from the Victor Hugo novel, the musical is set during the French revolution and tells a passionate story that has travelled to 44 countries and has been seen by more than 70 million people.
Starting life on Broadway, Dreamgirls is a hot medley of '60s RnB tunes that tells the story of a young pop group trying to make it big. The show has been given a makeover and brought to London's theatre land with a cast that includes Glee's Amber Riley.
Using an 18-piece orchestra, Motown: The Musical creates a musical soundtrack unlike any other London West End performance. Following the story of the founder of Motown records, the musical plays a huge list of hits including works from the Jackson 5 and Stevie Wonder.