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Ticketmaster’s West End Guide is dedicated to the best London Theatre shows and entertainment for 2022 & 2023. Whether you’re looking for West End theatre tickets for today, tomorrow or months in advance, we’ve got you covered with listings to over 60 shows currently on sale in the London’s West End.
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Our London Theatre guide is designed to help you find tickets to your next favourite show, from featured new musicals and plays – hand-picked by our West End experts – to listings for some of the longest-running legacy shows like The Phantom Of The Opera, Les Misérables, Wicked, MAMMA MIA! and Disney’s The Lion King.
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Most West End theatres are closed on Sundays, but there are some exceptions to this rule if you want to catch a London Theatre show at the weekend.
The majority of West End theatres have performances on Monday nights, but some of those shows that have Sunday performances close on Mondays. You can’t see SIX The Musical, Matilda, The Comedy About A Bank Robbery, The Play That Goes Wrong, The Woman In Black, Disney’s The Lion King or Harry Potter And The Cursed Child on Mondays.
Evening performances of London Theatre shows by and large start at 19:30 every night that there is a performance, but there is some variation on this.
Matinees vary depending on the show. Traditionally shows have a Wednesday and Saturday matinee at 14:30 but some shows that run on Sundays often include a matinee performance here instead of one mid-week.
On Wednesdays, Matilda and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child matinees start at 14:00. On Saturdays, these times remain the same, and the following shows also vary their curtain-up from the usual 14:30 showtime at weekends:
The Mousetrap has matinees on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 15:00 and on Saturdays at 16:00.
Our guide covers all of the top theatre shows in London. Much-loved legacy shows such as The Phantom Of The Opera, Les Misérables, Wicked and Disney’s The Lion King often top lists for the most popular show in West End theatres.
London’s West End is famous for its world-class theatre productions. The West End is located in central London, west of the City of London and generally makes up the areas around Leicester Square and Covent Garden. The West End includes theatres such as the Piccadilly Theatre behind Piccadilly Circus,Victoria Palace Theatre on Victoria Street, the London Palladium Theatre on Argyll St Soho, The Prince Edward Theatre on Old Compton St and the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue. It also includes the Savoy Theatre, the Phoenix Theatre, Trafalgar Studios and the Lyceum Theatre amongst many more.
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