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Classics Tickets

Mrs. Doubtfire

From £28

Sister Act

From £25
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The Lion King

From £38
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Shrek The Musical

Opens 19 July 2024
From £25
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Wicked

From £27

Hello, Dolly!

From £19

Guys and Dolls

From £24

Phantom of the Opera

From £31

Kiss Me, Kate

From £25
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Les Miserables

From £31

A View From The Bridge

From £22.50
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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

From £34
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Gruffalo

From £13

The Mousetrap

From £31

Oedipus - Old Vic Theatre

Opens 27 January 2025
From £28

The Rocky Horror Show

From £31

The Secret Garden

From £19

A Christmas Carol

From £17

Fiddler on the Roof

From £19

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

From £31

The Wizard of Oz

From £25

The Lehman Trilogy

From £25

Witness for the Prosecution

From £19

Richard III

From £7

Oedipus

Opens 04 October 2024
From £31

The Taming of the Shrew

From £7

Waiting for Godot

Opens 13 September 2024
From £19

The 39 Steps

Opens 16 August 2024
From £25
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Much Ado About Nothing

From £13

Nutcracker - London Coliseum

From £22

Antony and Cleopatra

Opens 04 August 2024
From £13

The Railway Children

Opens 21 August 2024
From £15

Oklahoma! In Concert

From £28

The Pirates of Penzance

Opens 02 December 2024
From £13

Swan Lake

From £24

Macbeth

Opens 01 October 2024
Price TBC

La boheme

From £13

The Baker's Wife

From £60

Rigoletto

Opens 30 October 2024
From £31

The Elixir of Love

Opens 15 November 2024
From £31

Giselle

From £22

The Hound of the Baskervilles

From £27

Mary, Queen of Scots

Opens 15 February 2025
From £13

The Marriage of Figaro

Opens 05 February 2025
From £31

The Turn of the Screw

Opens 11 October 2024
From £13

Much Ado About Nothing - St Paul's Church

From £30

Suor Angelica

Opens 27 September 2024
From £13

Princess Essex

Opens 13 September 2024
From £7

Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves

Opens 21 August 2024
From £20

The Elvis Years

From £23

Classic Plays in London

Where do we start? Theatre history is old, almost 2,500 or more years old. Although it is now a form of art, the roots of its origin lie deeper. Theatre emerged from ritual activities and would involve the spectator to march in processions or fast. In his Poetics, Aristotle says that theatre is sacred, but only in terms of the healing it offers through vision and does not require any other sacred involvement. With the rapid development of the societies, such performances became non-ritualistic. They would quickly move on to become an autonomous activity. Today, the theatre has almost completely changed. The evolution has led on to turning unrealistic ideas into reality. Technological advancement has also made several things possible, like seeing a 21st-century rendition of famous classic plays in London.

Classics in the Heart of the Capital

Plays in the city have been an age-old tradition. While every society consists of performative elements, we distinguish plays as a mode of entertainment and a necessary art form. The word "play" as stage performance is often mistaken for dramas. Although there are plenty of similarities in all art forms that artists perform in front of an audience, drama and classic plays in London are different. Drama refers to a composition, usually in the form of prose that tells a story represented by actors portraying the various characters and speaking the composition's dialogues. In the case of a play, you can call it an activity that intends to amuse. Even if it isn't always the case, many plays are designed to entertain young people. However, numerous highly praised classic plays relate to people of all ages and taste.

Are you in the mood for some classic stage plays in London? Head to one of the most well-known theatres in the West End for a grand experience. Plays consist of unique elements that will entertain all your senses.