10 Best London Theatre Shows Tickets this Month

The hills are alive with the sound of musicals and where better to experience the magic than in London's West End! Whether you're a fan of old classics, fancy experiencing new British theatre or want to enjoy a Broadway hit in the UK, here's our 10 best London theatre show tickets you need this month.

Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera is one of the most famous productions in the world and tells the tragic story of soprano Christine Daee, who becomes the obsession of a mysterious, masked musical genius.

Playing at His Majesty's Theatre, The Phantom of the Opera is the third longest running musical in the West End and has been haunting audiences since 1986. Filled with big sweeping songs, this musical will leave you feeling both haunted yet in love.

You might already be familiar with the old 'Divorced, Beheaded, Died' rhyme from your history lessons at school, but Six the Musical gives everything you thought you knew a little histo-remix! Created by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, Six the Musical focuses on the six wives of Henry VIII as they battle it out to see who suffered the most at the hands of old Henry.

Presented in the style of a pop concert, Six is an 80-minute extravaganza which celebrates the infamous wives and celebrates female empowerment. With catchy songs including 'Don't Lose Ur Head', 'Sorry Not Sorry' and 'All You Wanna Do', there's 'No Way' you'll want to miss out on this toe-tapping trip through her-story.

Celebrating its 25th year in the West End, Mamma Mia is a fan favourite and the sixth longest running musical in London. The jukebox musical is based on the iconic discography of Swedish legends ABBA and features hits such as 'Dancing Queen', 'Voulez-Vous', and 'The Winner Takes It All'.

You may already be familiar with the hit movie, but the musical elevates the story of Sophie and Sky to the the next level. Taking place at the Novello Theatre, this production features an incredible cast and jaw-dropping choreography, offering a truly special night you'll never forget!

Celebrating its second year at the Arts Theatre, The Choir of Man is a foot stomping 90-minute production which will leave you feeling energised and full of joy! The show takes place in a fictional pub called The Jungle - although the stage does have a working bar, and audience members are invited to join the cast on stage for a pre-show pint so make sure you head down early!

Featuring songs by artists including Sia, Queen, Adele, Guns and Roses, Avicii, Katy Perry and more, this feel good show is a must see so bring your friends and family along for a night of pure talent.

This deal is Simply The Best! Celebrate the life and talent of Tina Turner at Tina the Musical and reach the highest Nutbush City Limit. This jukebox musical, featuring all of Tina's greatest hits, delves into her incredible journey from a humble Tennessee singer to the Queen of Rock'n'Roll.

This is a must-see for any Tina Turner fan, as well as anyone who appreciates a powerful story of a woman rewriting history and rule books across the world. Presented at the Aldwych Theatre, this show will hit you with every emotion possible but ultimately will leave you with a classic Tina song in your heart.

Don't throw away your shot to see Hamilton, the glorious musical about the legacy of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. The story details his fight for love and honour, educating and entertaining hundreds of theatregoers each night. Hamilton features a stirring RnB/hip hop score including tracks such as 'Burn', 'The Schuyler Sisters', 'Satisfied', and 'Aaron Burr, Sir', without forgetting sensational choreography.

One visit is not enough, 'You'll Be Back' at the 'Room Where It Happens' before you know it!

Straight from Broadway, the multi-Tony Award-winning musical MJ has made its way to the West End at last. Featuring some of the most well known songs in music history, MJ centres around the making of Michael Jackson's 1992 Dangerous World Tour, offering an insight into the artist's creative mind.

Featuring hits such as 'Billie Jean', 'Beat It, 'Smooth Criminal' and 'Man in the Mirror', this electrifying musical is perfect for music lovers everywhere - don't stop 'til you get enough of this showstopping production!

Standing at the Sky's Edge is one of the most exciting new British musicals to debut over the past few years. Currently playing at the Gillian Lynne Theatre, this show is a glorious love letter to Sheffield and was named the Best New Musical at the Olivier Awards in 2023.

With music by singer-songwriter Richard Hawley, the musical cleverly tells the story of three generations over the course of six decades, detailing their journey within the same landmark housing estate in Sheffield. With themes of love, loss, and survival, this is a poignant and often gut-wrenching musical which will break and heal your heart in equal measure.

Anyone feeling a little 'Naughty'? Matilda the musical is a joyous production inspired by Roald Dahl's beloved book. With original songs by Tim Minchin, it's hard not to be captivated by the story of Matilda, an extraordinary little girl with the most incredible mind.

The show has been wowing audiences in the West End for over 12 years and is a must see for little and big kids alike. Look out for some incredible staging plus hilarious performances from characters including Mrs Trunchbull and Bruce Bogtrotter.

If you're a fan of fresh British musicals then you'll love Two Strangers (Carry a Cake Across New York). Despite its long title, Two Strangers is a snappy, two-hander musical romcom which tells the unexpected tale of the American Dream, estranged families and the illusive wonders of New York City itself.

Starring Sam Tutty and Dujonna Gift, you'll soon fall in love with their characters Dougal and Robin, as they try and navigate life in the Big Apple. This charming adventure is packed full of emotional ballads and witty musical numbers, and plays at the Criterion Theatre until August.