Don’t miss these brilliant West End shows before they close later this month and book your London theatre tickets now with LSBO.

The King & I (Closes 2 March)

The King and I

Starring the West End’s Helen George and Broadway’s Darren Lee, The King and I is the greatest musical from the golden age of musicals. With one of the finest scores ever written The King and I includes a selection of well-known musical theatre hits such as ‘Whistle a Happy Tune’, ‘Shall We Dance’ and ‘Getting to Know You’.

The King and I tickets are on sale now.

This gloriously lavish production is brought to the stage by an internationally renowned creative team under Tony Award-winning director Bartlett Sher (South Pacific / My Fair Lady / To Kill a Mockingbird) and features a world-class company of West End and Broadway performers and musicians.

The King and I is currently playing at the Dominion Theatre but must close on 2nd March. Book your King and I theatre tickets now online or at our box office in Leicester Square.

The Little Big Things (Closes 2nd March)

The Little Big Things

Adapted from the Sunday Times bestselling autobiography by Henry Fraser, this heartfelt and uplifting British musical centers around the importance of friendship and family.

The show tells the story of Henry, an avid sportsman, whose life changed forever in 2009 when he had a diving accident. Henry is catapulted into a new life that he has to accept and adapt to as he is now paralysed from the shoulders down. Today Henry is a successful artist, inspirational speaker, and best-selling author.

The Little Big Things is currently playing at the Soho Place Theatre but must end on 2nd March.

The Unfriend (Closes 9th March)

The Unfriend

After its smash-hit run at the Criterion Theatre earlier this year The Unfriend returned to the West End at the end of last year, this time at the Wyndham’s Theatre.

The Unfriend theatre tickets are available now.

The Unfriend stars comedy legend Lee Mack (Not Going Out/ Would I Lie to You) and Sarah Alexander (Coupling/ Smack the Pony). They are joined by Frances Barber (Silk/ Doctor Who) who reprises her role in the comedy. Written by Steven Moffat and director Mark Gatiss, the team behind BBC’s Sherlock, this dark comedy is not one to be missed.

This cringe-worthy comedy is coming to a close in London on 9th March. Make sure to secure your London theatre tickets online or visit our box office in Leicester Square. Book The Unfriend tickets now!

The Motive and the Cue (Closes 23rd March)

The Motive and The Cue

The Motive and the Cue transferred to the West End in December last year, following its highly acclaimed, sold-out run at the National Theatre.

Directed by Academy Award, Tony Award, and Golden Globe winner Sam Mended (The Lehman Trilogy) and based on the making of Richard Burton and John Gielgud’s ‘Hamlet’ on Broadway, this play was celebrated as a ‘love letter to theatre’ by the Evening Standard. Written by Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) this fierce and funny play offers a glimpse into the politics of a rehearsal room and the relationship between art and the celebrity.

The show follows the story of Richard Burton, newly married to Elizabeth Taylor and playing the title role in a new production of Hamlet directed by John Gielgud. But during the rehearsal process, two ages of heater collide and the collaboration between actor and director soon threatens to unravel.

The Motive and the Cue comes to a close at the Noel Coward Theatre on 23rd March. Book your tickets now!

The Merchant of Venice 1936 (Closes 23rd March)

The Merchant of Venice

Hailed by the Telegraph as ‘The year’s most important Shakespeare production’, this thrilling new adaptation of The Merchant of Venice is currently playing at the Criterion Theatre.

The Merchant of Venice theatre tickets are on sale now.

Starring Tracy-Ann Oberman (EastEnders/ Doctor Who) as Shylock, this timely re-imagining of one of the bard’s greatest comedies is set in 1936 London.

The Merchant of Venice is playing at the Criterion Theatre until the 23rd March 2024. Book tickets now to see this thought-provoking play.

Plaza Suite (Closes 31st March)

Plaza Suite

Starring two-time Tony Award winner Matthew Broderick and two-time Emmy Award winner Sarah Jessica Parker, Plaza Suite is coming to a close in London next month.

After a record-breaking run on Broadway and becoming the third highest-grossing play revival in Broadway history, Plaza Suite transferred to the West End in January. Neil Simon’s razor-sharp comedy is currently playing at the Savoy Theatre.

Directed by Tony Award winner John Benjamin Hickey, Plaza Suite will run at the Savoy Theatre until 31st March 2024.

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