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West End Plays

Must-see plays in London from classic thrillers to new comedies and family shows. 

London’s West End has plenty of top shows to choose from. Our selection of West End plays includes critically acclaimed hits such as Harry Potter and the Cursed Child as well as limited season shows Vanya and Backstairs Billy. For fans of musicals please see our list of the latest West End Musicals.

Fan Favourites

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Palace Theatre | Currently booking to Sun 2 Mar 2025

Based on an original new story by J.K. RowlingJack Thorne and John TiffanyHarry Potter and the Cursed Child is the most awarded West End play in the history of the Olivier Awards, winning a record-breaking nine awards including Best New Play and Best Director in 2017. Read more...

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Stranger Things: The First Shadow

Phoenix Theatre | Fri 17 Nov 2023 - Sun 25 Aug 2024

Brought to life by a multi-award-winning creative team, Stranger Things: The First Shadow is set within the mythology and world of Netflix's hugely popular series. Read more...

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Limited Season

The Enfield Haunting

Ambassadors Theatre | Fri 1 Dec 2023 - Sat 2 Mar 2024

Catherine Tate (Doctor Who, Queen of Oz) and David Threlfall (Funny Woman, Shameless) star in the world premiere of this major new play by Paul Unwin (co-creator of the world’s longest running medical drama Casualty) Read more...

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Plaza Suite

Savoy Theatre | Wed 17 Jan - Sat 13 Apr 2024

Matthew Broderick returns to the West End following his acclaimed performance in The Starry Messenger in 2019, while Sarah Jessica Parker makes her highly anticipated West End debut with Plaza Suite. Read more...

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A Mirror

Trafalgar Theatre | Mon 22 Jan - Sat 20 Apr 2024

Award-winning actors Jonny Lee Miller and Tanya Reynolds star in the "extraordinary and mesmeric" A Mirror, coming to London's West End following a sell-out run at the Almeida Theatre. Read more...

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The Hills of California

Harold Pinter Theatre | Sat 27 Jan - Sat 15 Jun 2024

Following their multi-award-winning triumph The Ferryman, Jez Butterworth, writer of Jerusalem, resumes his partnership with Sam Mendes, director of The Lehman Trilogy, to bring you The Hills of California. Read more...

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An Enemy of the People

Duke of York's Theatre | Tue 6 Feb - Sat 13 Apr 2024

Matt Smith stars in the critically acclaimed An Enemy of the People, Thomas Ostermeier’s bold reimagining of the classic play by Henrik Ibsen. Read more...

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Harry Clarke

Ambassadors Theatre | Sat 9 Mar - Sat 11 May 2024

Billy Crudup delivers an acting “masterclass” in David Cale’s wickedly funny thriller Harry Clarke - charting the exploits of an awkward Midwestern man who moves to New York City to charm his way into a wealthy family. Read more...

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Romeo & Juliet

Duke of York's Theatre | Sat 11 May - Sat 3 Aug 2024

Tom Holland stars in Jamie Lloyd’s reimagination of Shakespeare’s immortal story, Romeo & Juliet, in one of the most anticipated shows of 2024. . Read more...


One Night Shows

Ben Elton: Authentic Stupidity

Lyceum Theatre | Mon 18 Nov 2024

Following the huge success of Ben Elton’s critically acclaimed sold-out UK tour in 2019, which marked his return to live comedy after a fifteen year hiatus, the undisputed godfather of modern stand-up is going back on the road with his new show – Authentic Stupidity. Read more...

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Lettice and Lovage

Ambassadors Theatre | Sun 24 Mar 2024

For one performance only. A Rehearsed Reading Charity Performance of Lettice and Lovage by Peter Shaffer, starring Maureen Lipman, Tom Conti and Anne Reid. Read more...

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Clever Comedy

Jonathan Pie: Heroes & Villains

Duke of York's Theatre | Tue 16 Apr - Sat 27 Apr 2024

Catch an unmissable slice of Pie as the scathing news reporter gasps for breath once more, taking to the stage with his weapons grade takedowns of the people in charge and the state of the nation in this massive election year. Read more...

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