From Mamma Mia through to Matilda, Want Theatre is making your West End trip evening more special. Along with enjoying some of the best seats in the house, the evening will include a slap-up meal at swish London spots, including Library private members club, and a welcome drink.
Best Theatre Shows in London
Discover the best and most popular theatre shows in London with our hand-picked guide. Whether you're looking for a feel-good musical for the family, a tongue-in-cheek production that borders on the controversial or a pulse-raising, tear-jerker of a play, you just know that there's something for you in London. With an excellence for live theatre that is envied across the world, we've narrowed down a selection of our favourite West End shows to the following!
With music from Tim Minchin, Matilda might just surprise adults with its sense of humour. The story of the amazing little girl will have both kids and parents giggling in their seats, with a star turn from Miss Trunchbull.
We were gutted when the hilarious hit show finally ended, but lucky for us, you can experience Only Fools at this immersive dining show. Expect a three-course feast, complete with a side of entertainment from performers and the wheeler-dealers themselves.
Experience the magic of this incredible show like never before, as The Dreamers heads west to transform this famous studio into a theatre set in a world's first. Not only can you immersive yourself in the action, but proceeds will go towards Stars Foundation for Cerebral Palsy.
Looking for an iconic and utterly unforgettable experience when it comes to musicals in London? Les Miserables should be high up on your list as this dazzling show has wowed more than 70 million people around the world, find out why for yourself.
Thought it was only Dorothy and the Wizard? There's so much more to the land of Oz as the amazing Wicked shows; looking beyond the famous film, the show focuses on the witches of the story, giving us a fascinating insight into life before the girl with the red shoes.
One of the most unique theatre experiences in London, head to the Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard for an evening of intimate immersive theatre in some stunning and exclusive surroundings.
With slap-stick humour and lots of laughs, The Play That Goes Wrong is a great choice for all the family. Don't believe us? The London play also picked up the 'Best New Comedy' title at the Laurence Olivier Awards.
This immersive dining experience will call your detective skills into question. Imagine it's the 1930's, you're at a gorgeous supper club, when suddenly murder strikes. You must then work alongside detective Jonathan Rutherford, to unravel the mystery and catch the killer.
From king of the musicals Andrew Lloyd Webber, Phantom of the Opera will blow you away. Especially renowned for its set design and special effects, this tragic love story will stay with you long after the show has finished.
Definitely one to leave the kids with a babysitter, The Book of Mormon brings adult humour to London's theatre scene. It's proved a hit all round, winning nine TONY awards with its acerbic one liners and crude jokes.
The original Broadway production won six Tony Awards and this West End offering is still as heart-warming. Telling the story of a young female singing trio, the production will having you singing the catchy tunes long after it finishes.
Featuring much-loved characters such as Genie, Aladdin and Jasmine, the musical is just as heart-warming as the film. There's a lot of big names behind this West End smash, including lyrics from Howard Ashman of Beauty and the Beast fame, and Tim Rice.
Taking place in a secret London location, this production is throwing you into the deep with its immersive elements. Promising a Silence of the Lambs meets Black Mirror storyline, is the man in the dock innocent or the murderous psychopath the police claim.
Being a supply teacher is tough, but if anyone can turn it around it's Dewey Finn. Based on the film by the same name, this stage production has been adapted by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
The mysterious Jay Gatsby is having a party and you're invited. Having won hearts with numerous productions, The Great Gatsby is back for a Christmas run, promising all the glitz and glamour of the 1920s.
With every singer under the sun getting their own musical, it's about time Dolly Parton stepped up. The queen of country has provided the soundtrack to this starry production, which will feature Louise Redknapp, Natalie McQueen, and Brian Conley.