London Theatres are known across the world for their acclaimed musicals and theatre shows in London. Long lasting tradition has developed capital’s theatre art and has created a continuous audience for each and every West End show. Addressing sensitive issues and always appealing to the viewers, London Theatres offer an excellent selection of plays and shows for a great night out with family or friends.
Currently in London you can see theatre shows like Wicked, Cabaret, Jersey Boys, Phantom of the Opera, Mamma Mia, Les Miserables, The Lion King and others. With over 200 shows to choose from, London is truly a theatre rich city. With many theatres in London’s West End it has become known as Theatreland, however you can also find London theatres dispersed around the capital. Music, dance and acting are creatively merged and you can choose from traditional to more contemporary genres and shows at any of the theatres in London.
Not only a great place to go for a night out, London Theatres will relax and entertain with a dose of healthy humor. Why not see a West End show in London for a difference?
London’s Adelphi Theatre featuring 1500 seats currently shows Joseph, a lively and vibrant new staging of the record breaking 1990s London Palladium production.
Since October 2007, the Ambassadors Theatre in London has been inviting theatre lovers to international hit Stomp attracting audiences of all the age groups.
The Apollo Theatre in London’s West End is currently showing Carrie’s War, an adaptation of the classic novel by Nina Bawden with traditional songs and hymns.
The Cambridge Theatre in London is a contemporary theatre currently showing Chicago, with Jerry Springer joining the cast and crew of the West End production.
The Courtyard Theatre in London is an artistic platform for theatre, music, visual art and independent movies. Rehearsal space, corporate facilities and event hire available.
Dominion Theatre’s volatile We Will Rock You musical, based on the songs of Queen, brings dynamic & livery concert to one of the most popular London theatres.
The Fortune Theatre in Covent Garden, London is currently showing the Woman In Black, Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation of Susan Hill’s finest selling tale attracting people from all around.
London’s Gielgud Theatre in Shaftesbury Avenue, one of the most popular theatres in London currently shows Alan Bennett’s Enjoy, is the highlight of capital’s Theatreland.
The Hippodrome in Leicester Square, London, designed by Frank Tatcham is currently showing La Clique, a stunning show that has taken the world by storm.
Kensington Gardens Theatre
Peter Pan is on show from 26th May throughout the summer at the Kensington Gardens Theatre situated in the north west section of London’s Kensington Gardens.
London O2 Arena
Formerly known as Millennium Dome, it was constructed to mark the start of new millennium year 2000. O2 offers fine London entertainment options from cinemas to exhibition centres.
Lyric Shaftesbury Theatre
The Lyric Shaftesbury Theatre in London is currently showing the Thriller, high octane show rejoicing the profession of the world’s undoubted Pop King – Michael Jackson.
National Theatre – Lyttleton Theatre
The Lyttleton Theatre in London, a part of the National Theatre, offers a diverse and dynamic programme with different shows offered daily with outdoor events.
New London Theatre
The award-wining and outstanding hit War Horse, based on the distinguished book by Michael Morpurgo, is currently playing at the New London Theatre.
Novello Theatre in London designed by W.G.R is now showing the Spring Awakening, a vibrant and exciting story about a personal discovery and about sexual awakening.
The Palace Theatre in London is currently showing Priscilla Queen of the Desert musical, the eventual wonderful theatrical experience of its kind in London.
London’s Peacock Theatre will invite to Havana Rakatan, Cuban Ballet Company’s explosive performance from the 5th May with spontaneous ballet and the cha-cha-cha.
The Piccadilly Theatre in London’s West End is currently showing the exciting smash-hit musical Grease with television star Ray Quinn for a limited season.
Prince Edward Theatre
Prince Edward Theatre in London, a well-known and a reputable venue for musicals is currently showing the Jersey Boys, the smash hit Broadway musical sensation.
The Queen’s Theatre in London, opened in 1900s is designed by W.G.R. Sprague is currently showing Les Miserables, Cameron Mackintosh’s legendary production.
Royal Albert Hall
London Royal Albert Hall Popular for conducting the yearly summer Proms with traditional concerts, rock and pop, ballet and opera, tennis, reward ceremonials, charity acts and exclusive banquets.
Sadler’s Wells: London’s Dance House
Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London is a well-known dance house in London, dedicated to international dances from contemporary to flamenco, ballet, hip hop and more.
Shaftesbury Theatre in London is currently showing the musical comedy, Hairspray and is one of the most preferred theatres in London for having excellent chill out nights.
Theatre Royal Drury Lane
The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London is now showing Cameron Mackintosh’s new staging of Lionel Bart’s “Oliver!” one of the most beloved British musicals.
The Coliseum Theatre
Rich collection of Western European paintings from 13th century to 1900 belonging to the British public. The Gallery greets more than 5 million visitors every year to indulge in real art.
Trafalgar Studios in London is a venue with unique development featuring two dynamic performance spaces and offers home to new theatre productions in London.
Victoria Palace Theatre
The Victoria Palace Theatre in London by Frank Matcham is currently showing the sensational Billy Elliot, which was listed for an astonishing nine Laurence Olivier Awards.
Most entertaining venues in London for indoor sports such as boxing, ice hockey and its Disney on Ice shows. Madonna won “best live act” for her Confessions Tour event at the Arena.
Aldwych Theatre in London is currently showing Dirty Dancing, a breathtaking, emotional & inspiring live experience with touching music and dance performance.
Apollo Victoria Theatre
One of the prime theatres in London, Apollo Victoria Theatre near Victoria station is reopened as a theatre and is currently showing the popular musical Wicked.
The Arts Theatre in London, designed by P Morley Holder is currently showing Shout! a very stunning musical featuring the biggest pop hits of the early 60s attracting people frm all over.
The Royal Comedy Theatre in London’s West End is showing a dramatic new musical Too Close to the Sun from 16 July 2009 to 5 September 2009.
The Criterion Theatre in London is currently showing John Buchan’s The 39 Steps, Britain’s most spell-binding thriller for providing one complete amusement and fun.
Duke of York’s Theatre
The Duke of York’s Theatre in London is currently showing Arcadia, Tom Stoppard’s witty masterpiece of misunderstanding and quest for skills, resonating across centuries.
Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s A Little Night Music, a sell out productions, comes to the London Garrick Theatre till 25 July with a strictly limited run.
Her Majesty’s Theatre
Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End has been home to well-liked The Phantom of the Opera since 1986 with astonishing sets, attires and on-stage effects.
HMV Hammersmith Apollo Theatre
One of London’s top entertainment venues, full of major celebrities and incredible comedians at the top of their game: The London HMV Hammersmith Apollo.
Leicester Square Theatre
The Leicester Square Theatre is London’s newest theatre, featuring dynamic programme of shows with lots of entertainment options people would enjoy to the fullest.
The Lyceum Theatre in London, on Wellington Street near London Convent Garden is currently showing the successful musical The Lion King – a truly impressive visual show.
The National Theatre in London South Bank consists of three dynamic theatres that feature an extensive and diverse range of exceptional theatre shows in London.
National Theatre – Olivier Theatre
The Oliver Theatre, a part of the National Theatre, offers a miscellaneous and self-motivated programme with talks, events and diverse shows available daily.
Noel Coward Theatre
Noel Coward theatre in London, designed by the famous William Sprague, is currently showing Tim Firth’s stage adaptation of the hit film Calendar Girls.
Old Vic Theatre
The Old Vic in London features an iconic building with rich production history under the artistic leadership of Kevin Spacey and exceptional theatre shows in London.
The London Palladium, currently showing the Sister Act, is one of the most eminent and one of the largest West End theatres in London featuring 2286 seats.
One of the most beautiful theatres in London’s West-End, the Phoenix Theatre is currently showing Blood Brothers, a musical that has touched everyone’s hearts.
The Playhouse Theatre’s intimacy makes it highly valued in London’s thespian community with superb decoration, ornamental carvings and beautiful statues.
Prince of Wales Theatre
Prince of Wales Theatre in London, popular for musicals is currently showing the musical Mamma Mia! based on the hit songs of the legendary Swedish band ABBA.
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
The Open Air Theatre in London’s Regent’s Park is the only permanent professional outdoor theatre in Britain, with 1240 seats featuring all established ones.
Home to the great musical, Carousel presenting very popular songs, London Savoy Theatre is a perfect venue in capital’s West End offering lots of entertainment.
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
Architecturally unique building, which creates a fine relationship between audience and actor, where theatre companies from over the world share their impact on Shakespeare’s plays.
St Martins Theatre
St Martin’s Theatre in London is currently showing Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap, a great piece of theatrical history written by the greatest crime writer.
Theatre Royal Haymarket
The Theatre Royal Haymarket in London is currently showing Samuel Beckett’s play – Waiting for Godot, one of the most significant plays of the 20th century.
The Duchess Theatre
In May the Duchess Theatre in London’s West End will present two Ronald Harwood’s very distinguished dramas – Collaboration and Taking Sides with a huge cast.
Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End is inviting to Tom Kempinski’s Duet for One gripping and deeply moving and emotional psychological drama, Duet for One.
West End Theatres
London’s West End theatres, home to exclusive musicals, superb plays, long-running theatre shows are a popular destination place for those looking for a fun night out in the city.
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