As we head in July here are a fews that are coming up to book tickets for – if you haven’t already done so… 

American Idiot, Arts Theatre: 8th July- 25th September: this hugely popular musical returns to the Arts Theatre for a limited run only, following a hugely successful UK tour. Based on American band Green Day’s hit album, the production stars Amelia Lily and Newton Faulkner. (, Discount, Last, Theatre Tickets, Love, Theatre and UK

Blanc de Blanc, Hippodrome Casino: 14th July – 28th August:  this is the London premiere of the new circus show, which arrives directly in the city following a successful ru at the Sydney Opera House. The show will deliver vintage glamour through cabaret and acrobatic talent. Find out more here. (Discount,  Theatre and UK

Exposure the Musical, St James Theatre: 16th July – 27th Augusta brand new musical to hit the West End this month. The story follows an up and coming photographer as a stranger commissions him to find and shoot the seven deadly sins alive in London. It is directed by Phil Willmott and stars Natalie Anderson and David Albury. (Discount, Theatre Tickets, Love, Theatre and UK

Groundhog Day, Old Vic Theatre: 15th July-17th Septemberanother musical hitting the London stage this month, is the stage production of the classic 90’s film featuring music and lyrics from Tim Minchin (Matilda the musical). It is directed by Matthew Warchus.

How the Other Half Lives, Duke of York’s Theatre: 7th July-1st Octoberfollowing a successful run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, this production of Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy transfers to the Duke of York’s Theatre for a limited 12 week run.

I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking it on the Road, Jermyn Street Theatre: 6th to the 23rd Julythis is the first major revival of the Off-Broadway and West End musical, returning to London for the first time in 35 years. The cast includes Landi Oshinowo (Shrek, Barnum, Sister Act) and Nicolas Colicos (Mamma Mia, Sunset Boulevard, Sister Act, The Bodyguard).




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