Weekly top picks

All prices and offer details are correct at time of writing. Subject to change thereafter.

From the hottest tickets in town to shows ending soon, read on for a summary of the shows that we think you should be seeing this week!

Show of the week

Receiving standing ovations night after night, Waitress is “the real deal” (Independent) musical comedy “made from the finest ingredients” (Time Out). Book before 24th Jan and get a free seat upgrade, with tickets from just £19.50 and great stall seats for £49.50!

Hot tickets

Mary Poppins

Opening to five-star reviews, Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s multi award-winning musical returned to its original West End home and audiences are loving it! Don’t miss out on the smash-hit phenomenon – book tickets from just £17.25.

Leopoldstadt

With just two weeks to go until Tom Stoppard’s latest masterpiece arrives in London, Leopoldstadt, directed by Patrick Marber, is pegged to be a passionate drama of love, family and endurance. It is Stoppard’s most humane and heart-breaking play. Book tickets now from £25.

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

With a brand new cast, led by Noah Thomas and Bianca Del Rio (for a limited season), Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the award-winning hit musical that everybody is STILL talking about. Book now to see the brand new 2020 cast, with tickets from just £25.

Tickets under £30

Mamma Mia!

Set on an exotic Greek island and featuring a host of ABBA classics, what could be better? Mamma Mia! is the classic musical that has been seen by millions of people worldwide – see it for yourself with a host of tickets available for just £30.

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

Based on Britain’s best-loved picture book by Judith Kerr, the Olivier Award nominated smash hit show The Tiger Who Came to Tea is a family favourite. With just one week left of this strictly limited run, book final tickets for as little as £10 and save 52%.

Kunene and the King

With plenty of tickets from just £25, there’s no reason to miss out on John Kani’s highly acclaimed play, marking the 25th anniversary of the end of apartheid with a strictly limited London run, following its premiere in Stratford-upon-Avon and a sold-out run in Cape Town. Book now

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