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London shows to see in January

London shows to see in January

January picks: shows to see this month

Eleni Cashell

By Eleni Cashell Published 1 January 2019

Nobody panic or anything, but it’s 2019 already.  While we could spend all our time trying to figure out where on earth 2018 went, and freaking out about how quickly Christmas went, we’ve decided to bring you our monthly picks for January instead. It seemed like a far more productive use of our time…

So make the most of the new year, and check out our monthly picks featuring brand new musicals, hard-hitting thrillers, hilarious comedies, toe-tapping dancing and Danny Dyer…obviously.


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Our picks for January include:

Come From Away – at the Phoenix Theatre from 30 January

Six The Musical – at the Arts Theatre from 16 January

9 To 5 The Musical – at the Savoy Theatre from 28 January

Notre Dame De Paris – at the London Coliseum from 23 January

Songs For Nobodies – at the Ambassadors Theatre from 7 January

Tango Fire – at The Peacock Theatre from 29 January

Swan Lake – at the London Coliseum from 3 January

Manon – at the London Coliseum from 16 January

Home, I’m Darling – at the Duke of York’s Theatre from 26 January

Pinter Seven – at the Harold Pinter Theatre from 31 January

The Unreturning – at Theatre Royal Stratford East from 16 January

The Dame – at the Park Theatre from 2 January

Rosenbaum’s Rescue – at the Park Theatre from 9 January

My Dad’s Gap Year – at the Park Theatre from 30 January

Coming Clean – at Trafalgar Studios from 9 January


Don’t forget to check out our New Year Sale too!

You can find tickets for all of our picks, plus many more productions, through our London Theatre Tickets page.


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