Go beyond the West End mainstays with our selection of the best new musicals and revivals gracing the stage in and beyond. Fairytales will be reinvented this summer and a drastically different version of Cinderella comes to the West End. After dazzling audiences and selling out and winning an Olivier Award when it opened at the Donmar Warehouse in , Josie Rourke's production of City of Angels finally comes to the West End. The original creative team, including choreographer Stephen Mear and designer Robert Jones will return. Pop song-writer supreme Max Martin presents a new jukebox musical that gives Juliet an alternative ending and a feminist life after Romeo. New musical Be More Chill broke records for the most ticket sales in a single week when it opened at Broadway's Lyceum Theatre. Now it brings sci fi teen drama and cult popular songs to London. Rags-to-riches romance comes to London as the musical theatre adaptation of rom-com Pretty Woman transfers to the West End after impressing on Broadway. Rumour has it the stage adaptation of Moulin Rouge is transferring to London after impressing on Broadway. The Musical transports audiences to bohemian romance of Montmartre with a medley of pop's greatest hits.
Cinderella, Gillian Lynne Theatre
Book theatre tickets in advance for the best choice of seats and to make sure you don't miss out on the hottest shows. If musicals aren't your thing, find more London theatre. London theatres are temporarily closed due to coronavirus , but make sure to book ahead for London's top shows. Discover Tina Turner's life story in this Grammy Award-winning musical. Chart her journey through humble beginnings, tumultuous times, to becoming one of the most successful recording artists of all time. Experience the magic of Mary Poppins as everyone's favourite nanny takes to the West End stage.
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London's West End is well known for its musicals. From long-running hit shows such as The Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables which have been entertaining audiences for over 30 years to welcoming some of Broadway's most recent hits, London certainly is a place to enjoy an exciting musical production. With so much on offer from jukebox shows full of the hit songs from your favourite artists to musicals based on films and books, the West End provides audiences with some of the best form of entertainment possible. Our list of Top 10 London musicals is ranked by London Theatre's current top-selling shows. Wicked tickets. Based on the book by Gregory Maguire the musical takes a look over the rainbow to the magical world of Oz and examines everything that happened before Dorothy dropped in. A fantastic score full of memorable hits including "Defying Gravity", Wicked tells a heart-warming story of friendship, love and acceptance and continues to resonate with audiences from all over the world. After opening on Broadway in the stage musical has now been seen throughout the world in numerous productions, each bringing the classic story to life in new and inspiring ways.
The premise of this new jukebox musical sounds mad, but the show itself is glorious. It imagines that Anne Hathaway rewrites the ending of Romeo and Juliet so that, rather than stabbing herself, Juliet goes to Paris with some mates and lives the life of a strong, independent woman. Come from Away musical at Phoenix Theatre, London — review round-up. The West End production also boasts a superb cast, led by newcomer Sam Tutty. Sometimes excellence comes from unexpected quarters. The combined forces of playwright Chris Bush and musician Richard Hawley made for a musical deeply rooted in, and showing huge love for, the city of Sheffield. A real marvel of a work. Big Interviews.