Looking to book a ticket to a show that’s coming soon to the West End? Well Love London Love Culture has you covered with our selection of some of the best shows coming soon to the West End that are on sale now…

Blithe Spirit, Duke of York’s Theatre: following a successful run at the Theatre Royal Bath, Noel Coward’s comedy will be returning to the West End from the 5th March next year. The production will see Jennifer Saunders reprising her role for the six week West End run.

Cyrano de Bergerac, Playhouse Theatre: James McAvoy and director Jamie Lloyd are joining forces once more to bring Edmond Rostand’s story back to the stage in a new adaptation by Martin Crimp. The production begins performances at the Playhouse Theatre on the 27th November.

Girl from the North Country, Gielgud Theatre: this Olivier Award winning production returns to the West End from the 10th December. Reimagining the music of Bob Dylan, it is a story of family and love told in a heartbreaking way by Conor McPherson.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, London Palladium: after a successful run at the Palladium over the Summer, it has been confirmed that this brand new production of the classic Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical will be back in London in 2020.

The Prince of Egypt, Dominion Theatre: taking over the Dominion Theatre for a limited season from the 5th February 2020, this new musical based on the animated film features a cast including: Luke Brady, Liam Tamne, Christine Allado and Debbie Kurup to name a few! This is certainly one of the most anticipated openings for next year.

Dear Evan Hansen, Noel Coward Theatre: with previews beginning on the 29th October, this highly anticipated Broadway musical is set to be a popular ticket this month and beyond! Featuring music and lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul – discover why audiences have taken it to their hearts.

& Juliet, Shaftesbury Theatre: following five star reviews in Manchester, this new musical featuring the music of Max Martin will open for previews on the 2nd November. The story picks up where Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet leaves off – offering a new future for Juliet.


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