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London Musicals - Musical Tickets


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Phantom of the Opera

From £28

The Lion King

From £40

Matilda The Musical

From £25

Les Miserables

From £25

The Book of Mormon

From £25

Jersey Boys

From £25
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Mrs. Doubtfire

From £28


From £19.50
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TINA: The Tina Turner Musical

From £13

Back To The Future

From £24


From £34

The Snowman

From £17
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Crazy For You

From £15
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Moulin Rouge! The Musical

From £31

Frozen The Musical

From £36

Sunset Boulevard

From £25

Abba Voyage

From £67


From £39

Guys and Dolls

From £24

Christmas Actually

Opens 07 December 2023
From £31


From £61

The Little Big Things

From £36

MJ The Musical

Opens 06 March 2024
From £25
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Magic Mike Live

From £48

The Choir of Man

From £31

The Gruffalo’s Child

From £12

The Time Traveller's Wife The Musical

Opens 07 October 2023
From £28

The King and I - London

From £28


From £34

Close-Up: The Twiggy Musical

From £60

Sister Act

From £25

Hansel and Gretel

Opens 08 December 2023
From £6

Stephen Sondheim's Old Friends

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Peter Pan

Opens 01 December 2023
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Father Christmas Needs a Wee!

From £27

The Elvis Years

Opens 18 February 2024
From £23
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West End Musical Halloween

From £30
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Flowers for Mrs Harris

Opens 30 September 2023
From £33

Everybody's Talking About Jamie

From £31

La Cage aux Folles

From £53

The Mongol Khan

Opens 17 November 2023
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A Very Very Bad Cinderella

Opens 01 December 2023
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Bloody Elle

Opens 27 September 2023
From £13
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Mean Gals

Opens 03 October 2023
From £25

Trompe L’Oeil

Opens 28 September 2023
From £25
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Spirited Away

Price TBC

A Chorus Line

Price TBC

Starlight Express

Price TBC

Billie The Kid

Opens 13 November 2023
From £33

Bronco Billy

Opens 23 January 2024
From £19

The Devil Wears Prada

Price TBC

La Voix - The Red Ambition Tour

Opens 08 October 2023
From £19


Opens 10 November 2023
From £31
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Bat Boy The Musical In Concert

Opens 31 October 2023
From £36
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Treason the Musical

Opens 08 November 2023
From £25

Two Strangers (carry a cake across New York)

Opens 09 November 2023
From £19

Pacific Overtures

Opens 25 November 2023
From £48

Six - Singalong

Opens 12 May 2024
From £39

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

From £45

Go Your Own Way

Opens 18 December 2023
From £38

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Top London Musicals

Ready to get back to the theatre and enjoy some toe-tapping show tunes? Whether you're a Londoner or just visiting the capital for a day, you're sure to find a good night out from our selection of must-see London musicals. Book your tickets in advance to catch the hottest shows!

A Long-standing Artform

Music has always been an essential component of dramatic presentation and is just as good when combined with compelling stories. Musical theatre is one of the forms of theatrical performance that uses music extensively to provide an unforgettable visual and audible experience. It is a combination of dance, acting, songs and dialogues – pretty much a complete package. For large-scale, extravagant London musicals, the West End productions are exceptional, providing a film-quality experience live on stage; they are truly magical. Smaller venues like fringe and community theatre also stage remarkable musical productions in a more intimate setup that shares its brilliance with major shows. Whatever kind of musical experience you're looking for, you're sure to find it.

Modern Advancements in Musical Theatre

The 19th century saw the emergence of modern Western musical theatre. Legends like Gilbert and Sullivan established several structural elements in Britain. At the turn of the 20th century, Edwardian musical comedies and several other sub-genres began to find the spotlight. While the popularity of such shows increased, London musicals grew in prominence, becoming known as one of the most desired destinations for global musical theatre performances.

The emotion in a musical is portrayed through music, movement, words, and different technical aspects such as lighting and sound effects. Musicals distinguish itself from other theatrical forms like dance and opera by giving equal importance to music as it does to movement, dialogues, acting and other elements. Overall, it is a form of expression showcasing an array of artistic and technical elements to give a wonderful experience. This is why London musicals are so memorable. Today, with advancements in technology, the production value of musicals has arguably doubled; current shows are ground-breaking with the room for unrestricted creativity and engaging storylines.

So, what are you waiting for? Pick up your tickets for top London musicals today for a truly unforgettable night of entertainment.