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Aladdin - Prince Edward Theatre

Aladdin

Prince Edward Theatre

An American In Paris - Dominion Theatre

An American In Paris

Dominion Theatre

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical - Aldwych Theatre

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Aldwych Theatre

Breakfast At Tiffany's - Theatre Royal Haymarket

Breakfast At Tiffany's

Theatre Royal Haymarket

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Cinderella - London Palladium

Cinderella

London Palladium

Doctor Faustus - Duke of Yorks Theatre

Doctor Faustus

Duke of Yorks Theatre

Dreamgirls - Savoy Theatre

Dreamgirls

Savoy Theatre

Funny Girl - Savoy Theatre

Funny Girl

Savoy Theatre

Guys and Dolls - Phoenix Theatre

Guys and Dolls

Phoenix Theatre

Hand To God - Vaudeville Theatre

Hand To God

Vaudeville Theatre

Hobson's Choice - Vaudeville Theatre

Hobson's Choice

Vaudeville Theatre

How The Other Half Loves - Theatre Royal Haymarket

How The Other Half Loves

Theatre Royal Haymarket

Jersey Boys - Piccadilly Theatre

Jersey Boys

Piccadilly Theatre

Kinky Boots - Adelphi Theatre

Kinky Boots

Adelphi Theatre

Les Miserables - Queens Theatre

Les Miserables

Queens Theatre

Mamma Mia! - Novello Theatre

Mamma Mia!

Novello Theatre

Matilda The Musical - Cambridge Theatre

Matilda The Musical

Cambridge Theatre

Merchants of Bollywood - Peacock Theatre

Merchants of Bollywood

Peacock Theatre

Motown: The Musical - Shaftesbury Theatre

Motown: The Musical

Shaftesbury Theatre

Mrs Henderson Presents - Noel Coward Theatre

Mrs Henderson Presents

Noel Coward Theatre

No Man's Land - Wyndhams Theatre

No Man's Land

Wyndhams Theatre

Phantom of The Opera - Her Majesty's Theatre

Phantom of The Opera

Her Majesty's Theatre

School of Rock - New London Theatre

School of Rock

New London Theatre

Show Boat - New London Theatre

Show Boat

New London Theatre

Stomp - Ambassadors Theatre

Stomp

Ambassadors Theatre

Sunny Afternoon - Harold Pinter Theatre

Sunny Afternoon

Harold Pinter Theatre

The Bodyguard - Dominion Theatre

The Bodyguard

Dominion Theatre

The Book of Mormon - Prince of Wales Theatre

The Book of Mormon

Prince of Wales Theatre

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery - Criterion Theatre

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

Criterion Theatre

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time - Gielgud Theatre

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Gielgud Theatre

The End of Longing - Playhouse Theatre

The End of Longing

Playhouse Theatre

The Go-Between - Apollo Theatre

The Go-Between

Apollo Theatre

The Libertine - Theatre Royal Haymarket

The Libertine

Theatre Royal Haymarket

The Lion King - Lyceum Theatre

The Lion King

Lyceum Theatre

The Mousetrap - St Martins Theatre

The Mousetrap

St Martins Theatre

The Play That Goes Wrong - Duchess Theatre

The Play That Goes Wrong

Duchess Theatre

The Spoils - Trafalgar Studios

The Spoils

Trafalgar Studios

This House - Garrick Theatre

This House

Garrick Theatre

Thriller Live - Lyric Theatre

Thriller Live

Lyric Theatre

Wicked - Apollo Victoria Theatre

Wicked

Apollo Victoria Theatre

Woman In Black - Fortune Theatre

Woman In Black

Fortune Theatre

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When it comes to musicals, there are many appearing in London and subsequently heading out on tours. In the West End some of the most popular shows are The Phantom of the Opera, We Will Rock You and Wicked, whilst shows such as Cats, Priscilla Queen of the Desert and more can also be seen in the UK’s regional theatres, whether you are in Bristol, Manchester or Edinburgh. So live theatre is a common option for those seeking out entertainment, with theatre tickets easily available and venues in abundance up and down the country, and this ensures that audiences will keep on coming back for more.

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