Text: 5 stars 'irresistibly theatrical! Mark Gatiss's fabulous take on Dickens' The Telegraph. Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol A Ghost Story, Adapted by Mark Gatiss. Image: An eerie blue background with a looming shadow across it and a lit candle in the centre.
Text: The Smartest Giant in Town, A musical adaptation of the bestselling book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. | Image: A giant pair of legs and shoes are surrounded by small cartoon animals, trees and houses.
Text: Music. Mates. Good times. The Choir of Man. The slogan is white capital letters on a wooden sign, giving off a pub effect. The title is bold, red lettering that takes up half of the image. The image includes men in a pub, one is holding a guitar, one is holding a mop and they appear to be performing. The men in the background are doing various things, such as performing and throwing things to give off a chaotic effect. The walls are a dark blue colour and the floors are are a black and white diamond pattern. In the corner is the Olivier award stamp.
English National Ballet Nutcracker. Image: A ballerina in white stands in a barren, snowy forest. She is turned to the side en pointe with one leg stretched out behind her. Her arms are extended and she holds a nutcracker above her face staring up at it.
Text: "An instant holiday classic" The broadway blog. A Sherlock Carol, written and directed by Mark Shanahan. Image: Two men stood in the middle of the image with a dark gothic background, one is wearing a top-hot and a black coat and is wearing candles. The other is holding a magnifying glass and is wearing a grey coat.
Text: Sleeping Beauty takes a Prick, 23 Nov 2023-14 Jan 2024 Charing Cross Theatre. Text is in gold, the image shows two cartoon men, one laying down and the other looking over him with a smile and a castle in the background and a cartoon field. There is also a small boy as a fairy.
Text: A Rose Original Production. Peter Pan, J.M. Barrie, in a new version by Evan Placey, Directed by Lucy Morrell. Image: A silhouette of Peter Pan against a sparkling, blue backdrop.
Text: Santa's favourite musical returns. Elf 8 weeks only from 15 November, Dominion Theatre. Image: The text is in the style of Elf clothing and is in front of a moon with reindeer silhouettes and a dark sky.

Christmas Theatre Tickets

Christmas Theatre Tickets – Enjoy Top Festive Shows in London's West End

Ho ho ho! It's the most wonderful time of the year! It's Christmas in London, and the city is all dressed up and ready for the holidays. Theatreland's seasonal offerings are the perfect way to beat the cold. So why not experience the magic of Christmas theatre at one of London's West End Christmas shows this year with the best festive theatre deals in town?

West End Christmas Shows for the Whole Family

From timeless tales to rare revivals and enticing musicals, London Theatre Direct has something for everyone. Enjoy Christmas classics like The Snowman and Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Or, for something different, look no further than magical festive newcomer Dolly Parton's Smoky Mountain Christmas Carol.

If you're a lover of dance, prepare to be dazzled by the enchanting choreography of Nutcracker and Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty. Or witness your favourite Christmas films comes to life in Elf! The Musical or It's a Wonderful Life, the new family-friendly opera debuting this Christmas.

If you have little ones to occupy, there are plenty of great shows to keep them entertained. Peppa Pig takes to the stage, as well as London pantomime productions of childhood fairy tales such as Jack and the Beanstalk and Mother Goose.

With so much choice, treating the whole family to top West End Christmas shows this year is easy. Tickets are available securely online when you book with London Theatre Direct. So, don't delay – get your Christmas theatre tickets now!