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10+ must watch musicals in the West End this summer

musicals this summer

Here’s a run down of the best musicals you can catch in the West End this summer.

From new transfers and limited seasons to your last chance to catch those that are closing, these are some of the shows in London right now you don’t want to miss.

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Come From Away

Phoenix Theatre - currently booking to 07 January 2023 Get tickets

come from away musical Hit musical Come From Away shares the touching real-life story of the air passengers from all over the world who were grounded in Canada during the wake of the 9/11 terror attacks. Playing its final performance in January, see it in the West End while you still can! Get tickets here.

 

Kinky Boots

Theatre Royal Drury Lane - 08 August 2022 - 09 August 2022 - Get tickets

kinky boots musical concert Cedric Neal (Back To The Future, Motown), Matt Willis (Waitress, Wicked) and Courtney Bowman (Six, Legally Blonde) will star in this new concert production of Kinky Boots playing for only two nights this August. Get tickets here.

 

Sister Act

Eventim Apollo - 19 July 2022 - 28 August 2022 - Get tickets

SISTER ACT THE MUSICAL. Beverley Knight, Jennifer Saunders, Keala Settle, Lesley Joseph, Clive Rowe and Lizzie Bea Sister Act makes a return to London with an all star cast including Jennifer Saunders as Mother Superior, Beverley Knight as Deloris Van Cartier, Keala Settle as Sister Mary Patrick, Lesley Joseph as Sister Mary Lazarus, Clive Rowe as Eddie Souther and Lizzie Bea as Sister Mary Robert. Get tickets here.

 

Cabaret

Playhouse Theatre - currently booking to 19 November 2022 Get tickets

CABARET. Fra Fee as 'Emcee'. Photo Marc Brenner The Olivier-award winning revival of Cabaret plays at the Kit Kat Club at the Playhouse Theatre, currently starring Fra Fee as The Emcee and Amy Lennox as Sally Bowles Get tickets here.

 

Beauty and the Beast

London Palladium - currently booking to 27 September 2022 Get tickets

beauty and the beast uk tour Courtney Stapleton and Shaq Taylor take up the title roles in the new revival of Disney's iconic Beauty & The Beast, playing a limited season in London this summer. Get tickets here.

 

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Mary Poppins

Prince Edward Theatre - currently booking to 09 January 2023 Get tickets

mary poppins Zizi Strallen leads the cast of Mary Poppins in the West End which has been confirmed it will close at the end of the year. Get tickets here.

 

Grease

Dominion Theatre - currently booking to 29 October 2022 Get tickets

grease musical One of the world's best known musicals, Grease tells the story of the students of Rydell High School. It features the classic songs Summer Nights, Greased Lightnin’ and We Go Together. Get tickets here.

 

Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Piccadilly Theatre - currently booking to 03 January 2023 Get tickets

moulin rouge the musical london Liisi LaFontaine stars as Satine and Jamie Bogyo plays Christian in the stage adaptation of Baz Luhrmann's iconic movie. Get tickets here.

 

Anything Goes

Barbican Theatre - currently booking to 03 September 2022 Get tickets

Anything Goes cast Anything Goes returns to London this summer for a new season at the Barbican starring Kerry Ellis as Reno Sweeney with Denis Lawson as Moonface Martin, Simon Callow as Elisha J. Whitney and Bonnie Langford as Evangeline Harcourt Get tickets here.

 

Frozen

Theatre Royal Drury Lane - currently booking to 26 March 2023 Get tickets

frozen samantha barks royal variety Based on the hit 2013 Disney movie of the same name, hit West End musical Frozen tells the story of sisters Elsa and Anna as Elsa struggles to control her magical ice powers when she’s crowned Queen. Get tickets here.

 

& Juliet

Shaftesbury Theatre - currently booking to 25 March 2023 Get tickets

juliet musical An irreverent and fun-loving retelling of Shakespeare's classic, & Juliet uses the hit pop songs of Max Martin originally recorded by the likes of Ariana Grande, Britney Spears, Katy Perry and Bon Jovi. Get tickets here.

 


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