Theatre In London This Weekend
There are so many musicals and plays in the West End. If you want theatre in London this weekend, there are critically acclaimed and world-renowned productions of shows everywhere and there’s no better place to find entertainment. With such an incredible mix of amazing shows, there’s something for everyone. Musical, play, comedy, dance or opera – you can see it all in the infamous London theatre district. Click here to get discounts and special offers.
Although there are dozens of well-loved and long-running shows in London, there are also phenomenal stage productions with short runs – many with celebrity appearances, so you can see your favourite stars in the flesh. These are just a few of the many reasons you should take a trip to Theatreland.
What’s great about West End shows?
London theatre is famous for a reason. Some of the biggest, best and longest-running shows in the world can be found here. So go to the theatre in London this weekend. In addition to well-known and beloved London musicals like Les Misérables, The Phantom Of The Opera, Mamma Mia!, Disney’s The Lion King, and Wicked, there are plenty more productions and plays in London to see.
Murder mysteries, horror shows, comedies, opera, dance – the West End has it all. You can also see some of the biggest stars of stage and screen perform live – as many times as you want, we might add – in some of the best scripts ever written.
How do I buy London theatre tickets?
You can buy tickets right here with us, We have many top London shows to choose from. We also have prices to suit every budget, making seeing a show even easier.
Theatre In London This Weekend
Our online booking system is quick and easy to use. Alternatively, if you prefer to buy your tickets in person, you can visit our TKTS booth in Leicester Square and enjoy the theatre in London this weekend.
For more information on booking and the things to look out for, visit our How To Buy London Theatre Tickets guide. It’ll tell you about everything there is to know – from dynamic pricing to catching show previews – so you can have all the knowledge you need to make the right choice, every time.
How do I book for the best London theatre shows?
There is so much choice in the West End that London’s best theatre shows are really up to you. To find tickets to top productions, you have to stay up-to-date with West End news. Find tickets to the best London shows for you by browsing our listing pages – we have up-to-date information on all the current productions in the capital so you can make an informed decision.
For new and exciting London theatre shows, keep an eye on our news and events section. If you check the theatre in London this weekend, you will see that there are many special offers and discounts. We’ll keep you in the know about all the latest theatre ticket releases, exciting openings and new booking periods you need to know about.
As the best London shows can be extremely popular, we recommend you book your seats well in advance and that you have a few dates available. You don’t want to miss the hottest tickets in the West End because you can’t do a Tuesday now, do you?
Where can I buy last-minute theatre tickets?
Booking in advance is all well and good, but sometimes you need tickets at short notice. For last-minute and discount theatre tickets, visit the TKTS booth in Leicester Square.
They offer tickets to top plays and musicals for that day, or the two following days. It’s a quick and easy way to see a show at late notice and a great way to bag a bargain theatre ticket.
And if you have problems deciding, the team at the TKTS booth know everything there is to know about London’s Theatreland and you will surely enjoy theatre in London this weekend.
See what London musicals are on. Buy tickets for West End shows like Disney’s The Lion King, Matilda or The Book of Mormon.
London Theatres List
Adelphi Theatre Strand is owned by LW Theatres / Nederlander Organization and currently selling Back To The Future musical tickets
Aldwych Theatre, Aldwych is owned by Nederlander Organization and currently selling Tina—The Tina Turner Musical tickets.
Ambassadors Theatre West Street London, owned by Ambassador Theatre Group and now selling Private Lives tickets.
Apollo Theatre London Shaftesbury Avenue is owned by Nimax Theatres and currently selling The Time Traveller’s Wife tickets.
Apollo Victoria Theatre London Wilton Road is owned by Ambassador Theatre Group and currently selling Wicked Musical tickets.
Arts Theatre London Great Newport Street owned by JJ Goodman Ltd now showing Six the Musical
Cambridge Theatre London, Earlham Street is owned by LW Theatres and currently selling Matilda the Musical tickets.
Criterion Theatre London, Jermyn Street owned by the Criterion Theatre Trust currently showing The Comedy About a Bank Robbery Play.
Dominion Theatre London, Tottenham Court Road owned by Nederlander Organization now selling Grease The Musical tickets.
Duchess Theatre London, Catherine Street is owned by Nimax Theatres and currently showing The Play That Goes Wrong Play.
Duke of York’s Theatre London, St. Martin’s Lane is owned by the Ambassador Theatre Group and currently selling VANYA tickets
Fortune Theatre London, Russell Street is owned by the Ambassador Theatre Group and currently selling Operation Mincemeat tickets.
Garrick Theatre London, Charing Cross Road is owned by Nimax Theatres and currently selling Hamnet tickets.
Gielgud Theatre London, Shaftesbury Avenue is owned by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres and currently selling Stephen Sondheim’s Old Friends tickets.
Gillian Lynne London Theatre Drury Lane is owned by LW Theatres and currently selling Crazy For You tickets.
Harold Pinter Theatre London Panton Street is owned by Ambassador Theatre Group and currently selling Lyonesse tickets
Her Majesty’s Theatre London Haymarket is owned by LW Theatre and currently selling The Phantom of the Opera Musical tickets.
London Palladium Theatre Argyll Street is owned by LW Theatres and currently selling Wizard Of OZ tickets.
Lyceum Theatre London Wellington Street owned by Ambassador Theatre Group currently selling The Lion King Musical tickets.
Lyric Theatre London Shaftesbury Avenue is owned by Nimax Theatres and currently selling Mandy Patinkin-Live In Concert tickets.
Noël Coward Theatre London St. Martin’s Lane is owned by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres and currently selling The Motive and the Cue tickets.
Novello Theatre London Aldwych is owned by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres and currently selling Mamma Mia! Musical tickets.
Palace Theatre London Shaftesbury Avenue is owned by Nimax Theatres and currently selling Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets.
Phoenix Theatre London Charing Cross Road is owned by Ambassador Theatre Group and currently selling Stranger Things: The First Shadow tickets.
Piccadilly Theatre London, Denman Street is owned by Ambassador Theatre Group and currently selling Moulin Rouge The Musical tickets.
Playhouse Theatre London, Northumberland Avenue is owned by Ambassador Theatre Group and currently showing Cabaret.
Prince Edward Theatre London, Old Compton Street is owned by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres and currently selling MJ The Musical tickets.
Prince of Wales Theatre London Coventry Street is owned by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres and currently selling The Book of Mormon Musical tickets.
Savoy Theatre London The Strand is owned by Ambassador Theatre Group and currently selling Sunset Boulevard tickets.
Shaftesbury Theatre London Shaftesbury Avenue is owned by the Theatre of Comedy Company and currently selling Mrs. Doutbtfire tickets.
Sondheim Theatre London Shaftesbury Avenue is owned by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres and currently selling Les Misérables Musical tickets.
St Martin’s Theatre London West Street owned by Stephen Waley-Cohen and currently selling The Mousetrap tickets.
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane Catherine Street owned by LW Theatres and now selling Frozen Musical tickets.
Theatre Royal Haymarket London is owned by Crown Estate and currently selling Noises Off tickets.
Trafalgar Studios London, Whitehall owned by Trafalgar Entertainment Group currently sells Jersey Boys Musical tickets.
Vaudeville Theatre London, The Strand owned by Nimax Theatres currently selling Six The Musical tickets.
Victoria Palace Theatre London, Victoria Street is owned by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres and currently selling Hamilton Musical tickets.
Wyndham’s Theatre London, St. Martin’s Court is owned by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres and currently selling Oklahoma tickets.