Text: More to see than can ever be seen...Disney The Lion King, Lyceum Theatre London.  Image: Man wearing tribal-like clothing, with shadows of giraffes in the background against a yellow background.
Have Youdunnit? Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap St. Martin's Theatre
Text: The Snowman, Sadler's Wells West End Peacock Theatre. 18 Nov - 30 Dec, Image: A snowman and a young boy flying off into the sky.
The Phantom of the Opera musical London.
Text 'nothing matches it' - New York Times. Roald Dahls' Matilda The Musical, Cambridge Theatre London. RSC Royal Shakespeare Company. Image: A little girl (Matilda) stood with her hands on her hips looking up into the left-hand distance. She is stood in-front of a glowing blue lights, which makes her look almost like a silhouette. It is a powerful image.
Text: National Theatre 5 star, 'The Beautiful game in a beautiful play' WhatsonStage, Dear England a new play by James Graham, Directed by Rupert Goold. From 9 October, Prince Edward Theatre, A Delfont Mackintosh Theatre. Image: A Man stood walking down a path that looks like an English flag.
Text: The longest running comedy in the West End. The Play That Goes Wrong. Duchess Theatre. Image:: Image of the cast in costume stood ina V formation.
Text: 'Noises Off' in yellow and red with lights on the letters and a 3D effect. The letters are on a stage, with a red curtain in the background, and someone carrying the N with their trousers around their ankles, and legs also sticking out of the S. There are random objects on the stage, such as a cactus.
5 stars 'London's guiltiest pleasure' Mail on Sunday. Agatha Christie Witness for the Prosecution. An overhead shot of London County Hall with the court in order, the accused faces the bench. The gallery is full of audience members.
Text: Multi award winning production returns to London. Starring Helen George, Rodgers & Hammerstein's The King and I. Image: Helen George for The King and I.

Best Of British Tickets

Best of British

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