London’s is the beating heart of theatre land. Oh yes it is… so whilst there is nothing like a Dame, there is a plethora of choice when it comes to booking a show, so I have made the choice so much smaller for you with my top picks.

7 London shows to book now 
Moulin Rouge in London

Whether it is a musical or a classic play, London has something for everyone.

Here is a list of 7 London shows to book now. I would be so happy to see, and some I have booked ahead in 2022. An outing to the theatre is such a treat, and London certainly has the variety.

London West End

London shows|on sale

Choir of Man | Set in a pub a group of men bring the world to right. Great fun. Saw this before it transferred to the Arts Theatre.
Bob Marley The Musical | Marley fan or not, this is a fab night out singing his tunes.
Six The Musica
l | Look out for the SIX Royal Sing Along UK Tour. Could be just as good, if not better #ifyouknowyouknow
The Great Gatsby | Immerse yourself in the world of Gatsby here in London.

London | OLT top picks in the sale

The Official London Theatre guide are on SALE and the shows I’ve listed below and above are definitely worth booking, but there is more on their website. The tickets are from as little as £10 – £50 for shows in January and February 2022;

Come From Away 
Tina : The Musical 
Dear Even Hansen
Jersey Boys
Mary Poppins
Cinderella – new ALW show

Kit Kat Club in London starring Eddie Redmayne and Jess Buckley

7 Shows to book in 2022

Moulin Rouge | No words…other than I LOVED it. Moulin Rouge trailer HERE
Cabaret at The Kit Kat Club | Eddie Redmayne & Jessie Buckley star at the new Kit Kat Club.
To Kill A Mockingbird |Aaron Sorkin’s new adaptation of the classic Harper Lee play opens in May with Rhys Ifans as Atticus.
Saturday Night Fever | Because why not? Opens 3rd Feb for a limited season
Best of Enemies | James Graham’s new play is on now at The Young Vic until 22 Jan.
222 A Ghost Story Spine chilling supernatural theatre
The Human Voice | Just announced with Ruth Wilson for a limited season, directed by Ivan Van Hove.

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EXCEPT the Official London Theatre sale