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.
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!
Taking over north London's Pleasance Theatre this month, Parris Is Dreaming is an exploration of how the other half live. Grab your tickets from just £10 and head to Holloway for a cabaret whether you're after an alternative date night or quirky event with mates.
This year, upgrade your Christmas theatre outing with an intimate play at London's highest hotel, The Shard's Shangri-La. Enjoy a performance from the city's hottest private theatre company, whilst sipping on Champagne and snacking on canapes.
Head over to London Bridge where this unique event is bringing you one of the most exciting immersive nights in the city. Get your politics on with an evening of crisis solving in late-70s Britain. Can you win over the cabinet? Or will you end up passing power to the other side?
Often hailed as one of Soho's top spots for live entertainment and late-night partying, Phoenix Artists Club is a hub for live music, theatre, cabaret and burlesque. Expect the unexpected from this extravagant haunt of debauchery and decadence.
Uncover clues, communicate with the dead and help solve one of Kensington Central Library's most intriguing mysteries. Librarian Gwendolyn Radcliffe has always been unsure about the dead homeless man found after a lecture in the library, but now she needs your help to solve the Cold War mystery.
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.
Are you ready for the fright of your life? Ghost Stories might not give you that, but this silly story is full of surprises as The League of Gentleman's Jeremy Dyson pens a series of spooky pieces. Don't expect to sit back and relax, this twisty turny tale will fully immerse you in a world of terror.
Head over to Southwark where Bridge Command has come to land at COLAB Factory. You will make up just one member of a crew of interesting characters whose mission it is to save yourselves and your fellow fliers from the unexpected trouble.
The iconic Christmas movie is being brought to life for the 22nd year. Head over to The Peacock Theatre for a magical retelling of the tale, as the snowman visits the North Pole and avoids meeting Jack Frost, with the soundtrack recreated by a live orchestra.
Head to Kings Place this March where the Knightmare Live team are bringing you all the hilarious action from their hit show. Adapted from the cult TV game show, you can see a host of comedy talent taking to the stage to battle against evil monsters and fantasy creatures.
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.
Finding some light in one of America's darkest days, Come From Away is the story of the town of Gander in Newfoundland and Labrador. On 9/11, 38 planes unexpectedly had to land in the small town, and suddenly the area's population increased by more than 7000. Through song and dance, see how people came together even in the darkest of times.
Uplifting, catchy and full of joy, Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a brilliant musical that throws glitter into a world of grey. Jamie, a Sheffield secondary school pupil, is bullied for being different, but with the help of friends and his mum, he embraces his true identity.
Divorced, beheaded, died... Students across the UK know the tale of King Henry VII's wives, but what do they actually know about these unfortunate women? Six is the award-winning musical that puts the wives in front and in the present day. Full of catchy tunes and snappy lines, this musical is here to take back power.
Edmond Rostand's 1897 classic is given a new lease of live as James McAvoy and Jamie Lloyd once again join forces. Having already worked together on the likes of Macbeth, expect fireworks from the duo, in this traditional story of a man who struggles with his identity.
The beloved French classic has got a live revamp. Follow Amélie , the kindhearted Parisian who tries to help people through small acts each and every day. But one day, her world is turned upside down when she meets an intriguing stranger. With an original score and all star cast, this musical is one for couples.