Here’s Love London Love Culture’s weekly guide to the must see West End shows of the week…

Fiddler on the Roof, Playhouse Theatre: having opened in the West End to strong reviews this week , Trevor Nunn’s production is well worth catching if you can if you love the musical. Newcomers may find it slightly long but a great cast and fabulous set design are just two reasons to pop along to the Playhouse Theatre! To book tickets click here or visit: ATG TicketsLove Theatre.comTheatre Tickets TicketsFrom the Box Office Last Minute.comWest End Theatre Breaks or See Tickets.

White Christmas, Dominion Theatre: yes Christmas is still away off yet and the show doesn’t open until November, but if you do fancy planning ahead then why not get in early and book to catch this classic film brought to the stage in Nikolai Foster’s production. To book tickets click here or visit: See TicketsTheatre Tickets Theatre.comFrom the Box Office and Encore Tickets .

Mamma Mia! Novello Theatre: celebrating its 20th birthday in the West End next month, this feel-good show featuring the music of Abba is perfect if you are looking for a great girls night out. To book tickets click here or visit: West End Theatre Breaks, Encore TicketsSee TicketsTheatre Tickets Theatre.comLast or From the Box Office.

Big the Musical, Dominion Theatre: newly announced this week, this new musical based on the classic Tom Hanks film is heading to the West End for a limited season in September. It is set to star Jay McGuiness who will be reprising his role as Josh Baskin, having originated the role at the Theatre Royal Plymouth in 2016. To book tickets click here or visit: Encore Tickets .

Emilia, Vaudeville Theatre: having now transferred from the Shakespeare’s Globe successfully this is one of the most popular shows in London at the moment that brings an unknown voice to the centre of the stage.To book tickets click here or visit: Last Minute.comTheatre Tickets Theatre.comSee TicketsFrom the Box OfficeWest End Theatre Breaks or Encore Tickets.

Only Fools and Horses, Theatre Royal Market: if you are in need of a laugh and a chance to revisit some beloved television characters, then Only Fools and Horses is where you need to be.To book tickets click here or visit: Love Theatre.comEncore TicketsTheatre Tickets Tickets or  From the Box Office.

Come From Away, Phoenix Theatre: based on a true story, Come From Away will certainly restore your faith in humanity if you are feeling slightly jaded at the moment. It will make you laugh and cry, providing an entertaining trip to the theatre! To book tickets click here or visit: Love Theatre.comEncore TicketsSee Tickets,  From the Box Office or Theatre Tickets