The cultural scene in london never stops, musical theatres are one of the most popular shows.
London has a lot of musicals to offer, some of the most popular ones lead thousands of persons to the theaters to see stories of old times and new times.
We will rock you at the Dominion Theatre
Ben Elton and the remaining members of the rock group Queen bring you this vibrant musical. Set in a futuristic world where rock music has been banned, it’s up to Galileo to save the world! It has been seen by more than five million people around the world. We Will Rock You includes 32 of Queen’s classic hits.
Directed by Ben Elton
Thriller: Live at the Lyric Theatre
See Michael Jackson’s hits performed live on stage with spectacular dance routines and special effects at Thriller. The show was running before Michael Jackson’s death and it remains a stunning musical tribute to the undisputed King of Pop. Thriller – Live is a musical tribute to Michael Jackson’s career, from his time in the Jackson 5 to the present day. The show traces Michael Jackson’s life through his music. The finale is a full recreation of the Thriller video, complete with zombies. Watch dazzling dance routines courtesy of the show’s director and choreographer, Gary Lloyd.
Directed by Gary Lloyd
Stomp at the Ambassadors Theatre
Enjoy the revamped Stomp in London with new music, new dance routines, and an exciting new act starring old paint cans!
Stomp is a fast-paced combination of music, tap dance and percussion with its own special brand of fun, high-energy performance.
Tthe show has been famous for its innovative use of everyday objects as instruments. The new show is no different. They’re still tapping toes and banging bin lids, but the latest acts also use rubber tyres, paint cans and recycled packaging to great effect.
The Color Purple at Menier Chocolate Factory
This stirring family chronicle follows the inspirational Celie, as she journeys from childhood through joy and despair, anguish and hope to discover the power of love and life.
With a fresh, joyous score of jazz, ragtime, gospel and blues.
Directed by John Doyle
The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre
See Andrew Lloyd Webber’s much-loved, award-winning musical The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London.
Now in its 27th record-breaking year, this multi-award winning musical continues to captivate audiences at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s mesmerising score along with jaw-dropping scenery and breathtaking special effects, magically combine to bring this tragic love story to life each night.
Directed by :Harold Prince
A Chorus Line at London Palladium
Based on true stories, A Chorus Line revolutionised Broadway becoming the longest running musical in New York theatre history, breaking records, winning nine Tony Awards, seven Drama Desk Awards, the New York Critics’ Circle Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. A Chorus Line is told through captivating song, riveting drama and stunning choreography with the auditionees describe the events that have shaped their lives and their decisions to become performers.
Directed by Bob Avian
A Doll’s House at Duke of Yorks Theatre
Following two sell out runs at the Young Vic, Henrik Ibsen’s timeless masterpiece A Doll’s House transfers to the Duke of York’s Theatre this summer for 12 weeks only.
Award-winning Hattie Morahan repeats as Nora Helmer, alongside with Dominic Rowan, who returns as her husband Torvald.
Directed by CArrie Cracknell
Les Misérables at the Queen’s Theatre
Legendary production of Boublil and Schönberg’s Les Misérables is a global stage sensation. Seen by more than 60 million people in 42 countries and in 21 languages around the globe, it is still breaking box-office records everywhere. Les Misérables tells an enthralling story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption – a timeless testament to the survival of the human spirit.
Directed by Trevor Nunn
Billy Elliot: The Musical at the Victoria Palace Theatre
Billy Elliot: The Musical is the acclaimed adaptation of Stephen Daldry’s Oscar-winning film, with music by Elton John.
Billy is brought up by his father in a Northern mining town where boys are expected to box, not dance, let alone have dreams of attending the Royal Ballet School. After joining a ballet class, Billy’s inspirational dance teacher spots real talent and encourages Billy to apply to the Royal Ballet.
The original film, was nominated for three Oscars and 13 Bafta awards. In New York, Billy Elliot won 10 Tony Awards and 10 Drama Desk Awards, including, in each case, best musical.
Directed by Stephen Daldry
A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Noel Coward Theatre
Hermia loves Lysander and Helena loves Demetrius – but Demetrius is supposed to be marrying Hermia. When the Duke of Athens tries to enforce the marriage, the lovers take refuge in the woods and wander into the midst of a dispute between the king and queen of the fairies.
Shakespeare put some of his most dazzling dramatic poetry at the service of this teasing, glittering, hilarious and amazingly inventive play.
Directed by Dominic Dromgoole