See your favourite long-running West End shows for less with the Official London Theatre Sale.
Now in its 20th year, find tickets to London’s best-loved shows for less and grab great seats for just £10, £20, £30, £40 and £50.
From fun family shows to extravagant musicals to heartfelt dramas; there really is something for everyone, with incredible performances available through January and February.
Get a taster for all these great shows below with their West End LIVE performances from last summer!
Book Of Mormon
Where: Prince of Wales Theatres
When: 25 February – 15 April
The show tells the story of two young Mormon missionaries who travel to Africa to preach the Mormon religion, only to discover they have a lot more to learn about the real world than they have to teach about Mormonism.
When the pair of opposites land in a poverty-stricken, crime-riddled and disease-filled village in Uganda, the enigmatic over-achiever and prideful Mormon Elder Price learns that charms and good looks don’t get you far.
As for his awkward and enthusiastic partner Elder Cunningham; well, he’s just happy to have a friend and be included in something. Thousands of miles from Salt Lake City and facing the biggest of reality checks, Elder Price’s faith is shaken. He must convince himself of the scriptures he’s preaching before he can convert any of the locals who are more concerned with war, famine, and AIDS than Mormonism.
However, armed with his own interpretation of the Book and an innocent disposition, Elder Cunningham thrives… sort of.
Book Of Mormon is a nine-time Tony-winning, multi-Olivier awarded and Grammy-getting musical.
Pretty Woman: The Musical
Where: Savoy Theatre
When: 13 February – 2 April
One of Hollywood’s most beloved romantic stories of all time is now ‘a dazzling new stage show’ (Daily Express).
Pretty Woman features direction and choreography by two-time Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde, Hairspray), an original ‘blazing rock score’ (Daily Mail) score by Grammy winner Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance (‘Summer of ’69’, ‘Heaven’) and a book by the movie’s legendary director Garry Marshall and screenwriter J.F. Lawton.
Aimie Atkinson (Six, In The Heights) is ‘magnetic and brings power and depth’ (Evening Standard) to the role of Vivian Ward and Danny Mac (White Christmas, Sunset Boulevard) ‘plays businessman Edward Lewis brilliantly’ (The Sun) in the smash hit Pretty Woman: The Musical.
Where: Novello Theatre
When: Booking Now – 1 October
This hit ABBA musical still has West End audiences taking a chance on it more than two decades after it first premiered.
Mamma Mia! tells the hilarious and heartwarming story of a young woman and her mother who find themselves re-living past events on the eve of the daughter’s wedding.
Set in sun-soaked Greece, the story centres on Sophie, who is about to be married to Sky. While her mother Donna prepares her guest house for the wedding, Sophie is focussing on things other than her husband-to-be. She’s on a mission to find the identity of her real father.
Behind her mother’s back, she has invited three possible suspects from Donna’s free-loving past life to the wedding. To Sophie’s shock – and her mother’s surprise – they all turn up. But which one will take her down the aisle and will any of them rekindle relations with Donna?
Where: Apollo Victoria Theatre
When: Booking Now – 26 November
Based on the acclaimed novel by Gregory Maguire that re-imagined the stories and characters created by L Frank Baum in The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz, Wicked tells the incredible untold story of an unlikely but profound friendship between two girls who first meet as sorcery students: the blonde, popular Glinda, and the misunderstood, shy, green Elphaba.
When the two encounter the Wonderful Wizard of Oz, their fortunes see them embark on very different paths, and their extraordinary adventures in Oz will ultimately see them fulfil their destinies as Glinda the Good and the Wicked Witch of the West.
A two-time winner of the Olivier Audience Award, Wicked is the 12th longest-running production in West End history.