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Musicals in London


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Musicals in London

A musical is a truly magical highlight for any London trip.

London’s West End, around Shaftesbury Ave, is full of theatres putting on world class shows. In fact, there are so many, it can be hard to choose. However, no matter what you decide on, you’re sure to have a magical time! So here’s our pick of the highlights to get you inspired.

Story telling

The Phantom of the Opera is a classic. It’s not only famous for its stirring drama and score, but also the amazing sets and talented cast. That’s surely why some fans come back to see it time and time again.

http://www.thephantomoftheopera.com

On the other hand, if you like energy and humour, then Matilda the Musical is for you. Based on the book by Roald Dahl, this story is full of great, vivid characters. In fact, it’s been a hit with adults and kids alike. So it offers great entertainment for all the family.

http://www.matildathemusical.com

Here for the music

If it’s all about the music, then you also have worlds of choice. In particular, Abba fans, get ready, because Mamma Mia! is showing in London. In fact, this feel-good show is so enjoyable, it’s bound to be a hit with anyone.

https://mamma-mia.com/london.php

Family friendly

If you’re visiting with kids, a musical can be a magical experience. So how about the Lion King? This spectacular classic has had rave reviews since it began, and we’re sure kids will love it.

https://thelionking.co.uk/london/

Get cheap tickets

Tickets are not always cheap. However, you can find good deals in several ways. Firstly, as always, it makes sense to book well in advance. Of course, this is the best option if you want to get seats for the whole family.

Second, our tip is to visit the ticket booth in Leicester Square. This is best for last minute tickets. Third, try the ‘returns’ at the theatre itself. Venues often have a few returned tickets to resell, so it’s worth asking. But make sure you go early!



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