We LOVE a London musical. From the ones which make you laugh to the ones which make you cry – and then there’re those which somehow manage both simultaneously – there’s so much choice and variety. And within them lie some unforgettable numbers, packed with songs and scenes you can visualise in your sleep.
But everybody tends to have slightly different memories of them – different pictures in our heads of what the songs of London musicals actually represent. So this week’s Theatre Quiz celebrates the songs of the shows in Theatreland – in abstract image form!
All you have to do is complete the title of each song. Each song is a well-known tune from a London musical (hint: they’re all currently running – so check out our London Theatre Tickets page for inspiration)! To complete the titles, simply select the image which best applies to the missing word… but be warned: that application could be a little… abstract.
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Fancy another theatre quiz from our archives? Can you take on our other abstract image musical challenge – this time, lyric-based? How about the Showstopper Improvised Musical challenge? Can you name which Six queen sang it, or complete our Theatre Quiz by numbers? How well do you know ‘Any Dream Will Do’ from Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat? Can you complete our “Try Not To Sing Along” challenge (and its sequel)? How many songs Company lyrics can you complete? How much Waitress trivia do you know? What about our Twilight Zone challenge?
Or how many London theatres, popular Phantom Of The Opera songs, Wicked songs, London theatre characters, inspirational musicals, movie-musicals, Les Misérables songs, Olivier Award-winning musicals, or longest-running West End productions of all-time, can you name? And what about our West End LIVE challenge?
First published 22 February 2019; Updated 26 July 2019