5 PLAYS TO SEE IN LONDON

Theatre promotes us to give power to truth, to take risks and to advocate for new and diverse voices. Theatre reminds us that we are not alone. Not only are we sharing space and an experience with the artists who are performing, we are sharing the experience with fellow audience members. Here are 5 plays you must see in London!

*Note: The prices are not included as it varies greatly depending on seats, venue and day of showing. However most plays in London, £25 tickets can be found! 

Lion King 

Disney’s award-winning musical THE LION KING explodes with glorious colours, stunning effects and enchanting music. It follows the powerful story of Simba as he journeys from wide-eyed cub to his destined role as King of the Pridelands.

Theatre: Lyceum Theatre

Life of Pi 

Like the eponymous book and the 2012 film, it is an epic adventure full of hope. Life of Pi, A brilliant stage adaptation with roaring reviews not to be missed

Theatre: Wyndham’s Theatre 

Get Up Stand Up – Bob Marley Musical 

A bold new musical honours the Jamaican reggae superstar Bob Marley, whose indelible songs and rebellious spirit continue to inspire millions around the world. Get Up, Stand Up! This was probably one of the most immersive plays we have ever seen!! Everyone was singing along to Bob Marley’s famous songs.

Theatre: Lyric Theatre 

Small Island 

Small Island follows their lives through the Second World War until the arrival of HMT Empire Windrush at Tilbury, where hopes for the future soon meet the stubborn reality of post-war Britain.

Theatre: National Theatre

To Kill a Mockingbird 

Harper Lee’s enduring story of racial injustice and childhood innocence has sold 45 million copies worldwide.

Theatre: Gielgud Theatre

Are you a lover of plays? If so, which one will you be seeing? 

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