Here’s a few theatre productions you might want to book tickets for as soon as possible…
On Your Feet! London Coliseum: based on the story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan, this Broadway musical arrives in London for a limited time over the Summer from the 14th June. Find out more about the show here.
Waitress, Adelphi Theatre: with Lucie Jones joining the cast from the 17th June, there is no excuse not to go along and see the London production of this Broadway musical featuring music and lyrics by Sara Bareilles. Find out more about the show here.
Disney’s Aladdin, Prince Edward Theatre: flying out of the West End later this year,don’t miss your chance to catch this classic Disney film on stage!
Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, Harold Pinter Theatre: following a successful UK tour, it was recently announced that the stage production of Louis de Bernières classic novel will transfer to the Harold Pinter Theatre from the 4th July.
The Light in the Piazza, Royal Festival Hall: playing at the Royal Festival Hall from the 14th June, the London premiere production is set to star Alex Jennings, Rob Houchen,Celinde Schoenmaker and Liam Tamne. Find out more here.
& Juliet, Shaftesbury Theatre: heading to London following a run in Manchester later this year, this new musical picks up where the classic story Romeo & Juliet leaves off. Find out why we are excited about this musical here.
Big the Musical, Dominion Theatre: based on the classic Tom Hanks film, this musical production is set to star Jay McGuiness, Wendi Peters, Kimberley Walsh and Matthew Kelly. It will play at the Dominion Theatre from the 6th September. Find out more here.
Orpheus Descending, Menier Chocolate Factory: playing at the Menier Chocolate Factory until the 6th July, don’t miss out on catching Tamara Harvey’s production. Find out what the critics had to say here.
The Son, Duke of York’s Theatre: if you missed this while it was at the Kiln Theatre, then don’t worry as you will be able to catch the production at the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 24th August.
Vincent River Trafalgar Studios: only booking until the 22nd June, Love London Love Culture recommends you book a ticket to see Thomas Mahy and Louise Jameson in this powerful drama. Read our full review here.