Here’s some of the best theatre ticket deals that Love London Love Culture has to offer this week…

Big The Musical, Dominion Theatre: heading to the West End for a limited time from the 6th September, now is a great time to book tickets for this musical based on the Tom Hanks film. The cast is set to include Jay McGuinness, Kimberley Walsh, Matthew Kelly and Wendi Peters.

The Starry Messenger, Wyndham’s Theatre: Matthew Broderick can currently be seen alongside Elizabeth McGovern in Kenneth Lonergan’s play, directed by Sam Yates. Need more convincing? Check out what the critics had to say here.

Waitress, Adelphi Theatre: with Lucie Jones now taking over the role of Jenna and with tickets from £19.50 there’s no reason why you shouldn’t catch the London production of this Broadway musical!

Fiddler on the Roof, Playhouse Theatre: this critically acclaimed production directed by Trevor Nunn continues to play in the West End following its hugely successful run at the Menier Chocolate Factory. This is a production that is highly recommended by Love London Love Culture.

Disney’s Aladdin, Prince Edward Theatre: heading into its final summer in the West End, this is your last chance to catch this magical and entertaining production based on the classic animated film. Tickets are available from £25 – with no need to worry about the booking fee!

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, Harold Pinter Theatre: following a successful UK tour, this stage adaptation of Louis de Bernières classic novel will head to the Harold Pinter Theatre from the 4th July – with tickets available from £15!

Equus, Trafalgar Studios: this acclaimed production from the English Touring Theatre and Theatre Royal Stratford East, will play at the Trafalgar Studios from the 6th July.

& Juliet, Shaftesbury Theatre: heading to London following a run in Manchester, this new musical features some of the biggest hits written by Max Martin for artists such as Britney Spears, The Backstreet Boys and Katy Perry. The musical will play at the Shaftesbury Theatre from the 2nd November.

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