Here’s Love London Love Culture’s weekly guide to some of the must-book theatre shows playing in the capital at the moment….
Come From Away, Phoenix Theatre: this Olivier Award winning musical based on a true story has been capturing the hearts of Londoners since it opened earlier this year. Capturing humanity at its very best this is a musical that will make you laugh and cry in equal measure. Don’t believe us? Read our review here.
School of Rock, Gillian Lynne Theatre: with the summer holidays coming up, kids will want to celebrate with this feel-good and hilarious musical based on the hit Jack Black film. It was also recently announced that Noel Sullivan will join the production in August taking on the role of Dewey Finn.
The Illusionists, Shaftesbury Theatre: fancy something a bit different? Opening this weekend, this show brings together some of the world’s best magicians and illusionists for one spectacular show. Check out LLLC’s interview with Paul Dabek, Yu Ho-Jin and James More all taking part in the London run here.
Fiddler on the Roof, Playhouse Theatre: never seen a production of Fiddler on the Roof before? Then LLLC highly recommends that you make Trevor Nunn’s recent revival the one to see as you can tell with our most recent review here.
Girl from the North Country, Gielgud Theatre: having recently announced a Broadway run , the Old Vic’s acclaimed production will also be heading back to the West End later this year. Given its popularity during its last run in the West End we highly recommend you book your tickets now to avoid being disappointed.
Leopoldstadt, Wyndham’s Theatre: 2020 is already shaping up to be pretty exciting in London theatre next year – particularly now that a new Tom Stoppard play will be making its world premiere at the Wyndham’s Theatre from January 2020.
Only Fools and Horses the Musical, Theatre Royal Haymarket: now booking into 2020, this new British musical based on the beloved television series is still proving popular with audiences as well as critics.
Death of a Salesman, Piccadilly Theatre: missed out on a ticket to see this critically acclaimed production at the Young Vic? Don’t worry – you can now snap up a ticket to see it when it transfers to the Piccadilly Theatre.
Mary Poppins, Prince Edward Theatre: flying back into the West End this Autumn, don’t forget to book your tickets to see Zizi Strallen and Charlie Stemp in this beloved musical.
On Your Feet! London Coliseum: Gloria Estefan fans will not want to miss this opportunity to see this fun filled musical featuring all of her biggest hits – particularly when it is only in London for a limited season! Catch up with our recent review here.