Here’s six theatre productions Love London Love Culture thinks you should be booking for this week…

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, London Palladium: with the recent news that Sheridan Smith will be playing the narrator in this brand new production, tickets for the London Palladium production are sure to be popular. Playing at the Palladium over the summer it is of course a great family musical that features the classic songs ‘ Close Every Door’ and ‘Any Dream Will Do’.

Betrayal, Harold Pinter Theatre: London will welcome Tom Hiddleston back on to the West End stage this week in the Jamie Lloyd Company production of Harold Pinter’s play. The cast also includes Zawe Ashton and Charlie Cox.

Rip it Up, Garrick Theatre: fans of Strictly Come Dancing will not want to miss this energetic and entertaining show starring Aston Merrygold (JLS), Jay McGuiness (The Wanted), Harry Judd (McFly) and Olympic champion Louis Smith. Catch up with LLLC’s review here.

Tina – The Tina Turner Musical, Aldwych Theatre: retelling the singer’s incredible story of survival and music, Tina – The Tina Turner Musical features many of her classic songs such as ‘Proud Mary’, ‘Simply the Best’ and ‘What’s Love Got to Do With it?’. It was recently announced that the musical is now booking until December 2019 and a cast recording is on its way…

Company, Gielgud Theatre: this is your very last chance to catch this critically acclaimed production of Stephen Sondheim’s musical starring Rosalie Craig as Bobbie and Patti LuPone as Joanne. Directed by Marianne Elliot, the musical features songs such as ‘Company, You Could Drive a Person Crazy, The Ladies Who Lunch, Side by Side and the iconic Being Alive. The musical is booking at the Gielgud Theatre until the 30th March.

Come From Away, Phoenix Theatre: based on a true story, this hit Broadway musical is now playing in the heart of the West End. Directed by Christopher Ashley, the production tells the story of the 7,000 air passengers who ended up in Canada in the wake of the events on September 11th. Catch up with what LLLC thought of it here.

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