London Theatre Week is back! To kick it off, stars of some of the West End’s biggest shows made a rare appearance together at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane to celebrate the return of the highly anticipated campaign.
Iconic cast members from some of the 70 shows participating in this year’s London Theatre Week united, capturing the energy and excitement of London’s West End. These included stars from Disney’s Frozen, The Lion King, Back to the Future, Heathers, Matilda, Jersey Boys, Dirty Dancing, & Juliet, The Mousetrap, Oklahoma!, My Son’s a Queer, The Choir of Man, and The Play that Goes Wrong — just a few of the titles that make up London’s rich and diverse theatrical landscape.
Now in its fifth year, over 70 spectacular shows are taking part in London Theatre Week, with affordable tickets starting at £15. With over 30 newcomers participating, audiences have never had more opportunity to see such a wide array of high-calibre performances across the city at such a great value.
Throughout the years, London Theatre Week has continued to grow in scale, creating a new generation of theatregoers while celebrating the best of what the theatre community in the West End and beyond has to offer.
“Participating in London Theatre Week has been a true benefit to producers and theatre-goers alike. It has been so powerful to see it grow and successfully generate a broader cultural moment that drives excitement around the city’s phenomenal live performances,” said Paul Taylor-Mills, Producer of Heathers and My Son’s a Queer.
Returning to the campaign this year are classic hit West End shows Les Misérables, The Book of Mormon, and The Phantom of the Opera along with new participants including Guys and Dolls, Ain’t Too Proud, Newsies and more.
Tickets are available from as little as £15, £25 or £35, making this the best time to enjoy the West End and continue to support live theatre.