Shows You Can Book Now

With live theatre starting to get back on it’s feet, we thought we’d build a list of all the shows and experiences you can secure tickets to now.

Search by type: Musicals | Plays | Comedy and Improv | Drive In Live Entertainment | Cinema | Virtual Performances 

Socially Distanced and Outdoor Theatre


Jesus Christ Superstar: The Concert, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

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This special concert staging of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar, is created by the team behind Regent’s Park Open Air’s Olivier and Evening Standard Award-winning production.

Fri 14 Aug – Sun 27 Sept 2020 (Tuesday – Sunday Performances 7:30pm. Saturday and Sunday Matinees 3pm)

Tickets from £25


Superstar-On-Screen: live feed on the lawn of the venue. (£20 per ticket)

Fanny and Stella, Garden Theatre (The Eagle Pub)

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“Fanny & Stella” is a musical with Book and Lyrics by Glenn Chandler, the creator of “Taggart”, and Music by Charles Miller.

Mon 3 August – Fri 4 September 2020 (Monday and Tuesday Performances, Monday 7:30pm & Tuesday 6:30pm and 8:30pm). 

Tickets from £16 (Extra tickets released)


Pippin, Garden Theatre (The Eagle Pub)

After launching as an exciting new outdoor London theatre venue with the sold-out, critically acclaimed musical ‘Fanny and Stella’, which just extended its run due to overwhelming public demand, The Garden Theatre will next present a new production of the Broadway musical ‘Pippin’, featuring an exceptional cast of West End performers. There’s magic to do when a prince learns the true meaning of glory, love and war…‘Pippin’ is an iconic and unforgettable musical masterpiece.

Tuesday 8 September – Sunday 27 September 2020 (Tuesday and Wednesday 8.00pm, Thursday 6.00pm and 8.30pm, Friday 7.00pm, Saturday and Sunday 3.00pm (no show Tuesday 15 September)). 

Tickets from £18


The Last Five Years, Southwark Playhouse

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The Last Five Years returns to Southwark Playhouse after its critically acclaimed run was cut short in March. Jason Robert Brown’s Drama Desk Award winning musical, The Last Five Years, is an emotionally powerful and intimate show about two New Yorkers who fall in and out of love over the course of five years.

Thur 1 – Sat 31 October 2020 (Monday – Saturday Performances 7:30pm, Tuesday & Saturday Matinees 3pm). 

Tickets: previews £16, full price £27.50


The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Maltings Theatre (Roman Theatre of Verulamium)

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A summer music festival.  A bunch of 80s rockers on the comeback trail.  And an ageing lothario who is about to get his comeuppance. Shakespeare meets Spinal Tap as this classic middle class comedy gets the full OVO treatment with a live 80s soundtrack, tight trousers and big hair. 

Fri 14 – Mon 31 Aug 2020 (Mostly Wednesday – Sunday Performances, times vary from 3pm, 6pm and 9pm)

Tickets from £15


Sleepless the Musical, Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre

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Based on the original screenplay Sleepless in Seattle, starring Jay McGuiness and Kimberley Walsh. Directed by Morgan Young.

Tues 25 Aug – Sun 27 Sept 2020 (Tuesday – Saturday Performances 7:45pm, Saturday and Sunday Matinees 3pm)

Tickets from £15


Camelot (A Concert Performance), The Watermill Theatre Gardens

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Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Music by Frederick Loewe
Performed by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) Limited

Mon 17 Aug – Sat 5 Sept 2020 (Monday – Saturday Performances 7:30pm, Thursday and Saturday Matinees 2:30pm) 

Tickets: £120 per table (up to 4 people)


Squad Goals, Dagenham & Redbridge Football


Squad Goals is a brand new immersive experience from Caspa Productions. The show will have its world premiere at Dagenham & Redbridge Football Ground this September and run for 4 weeks as a socially distanced, outdoor, immersive experience.


Monday 14 Sept – Saturday 10 Oct 2020 (7:30pm most days with 1:30pm & 4:30pm matinees)

Tickets: £10 – £26


St. Anne Comes Home, Iris Theatre Summer Festival, St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden

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A brand new musical sharing written and composed by Jack Miles and told through original folk music. St. Anne Comes Home is a story about community, fear and forgiveness, that explores how reaching out might help us find our way.

Date: 29 & 30 August, 2:30pm & 6pm

Tickets: Bubble Bench £36 (Seats up to two adults)


The Last Five Years, Minack Theatre

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The Last Five Years, written by the Tony award-winning Jason Robert Brown (Songs for a New World, Parade, Bridges of Madison County) tells a story of love, loss, ambition and the price we pay for all of it.

Date: 15 – 19 September 2020 (Tuesday – Saturday Performances 7pm, Matinee Performances Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 3pm) 

Tickets: Adults – £30, Under 16  – £15


The World Goes ‘Round, BarnFest Outdoor Theatre Festival (Ingleside Pavilion & Gardens)

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The team behind the Barn Theatre’s 2018 hit JUST SO bring you a stunning celebration of the music of John Kander and the lyrics of Fred Ebb from their hits Chicago, Cabaret, The Rink, Kiss of a Spiderwoman, Liza with A Z and more!

Mon 24  Aug – Sat 5 Sept 2020 (Monday – Thursday Performances 6pm, Friday and Saturday Performances 4pm) 

Tickets from £41.50 (for 4 people)


The New Normal Festival, Le Gothique at the The Royal Victoria Patriotic Building

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COVEN by Rebecca Brewer and Daisy Chute: Thursday 27 August 2020 – 8pm, £15

Undercover Productions Present: Unlocked – After the Interval: Monday 31 August 2020 – 2pm and 5pm, £12.50

Duality Music, Bringing theatre outdoors, The Garden at Centre Point

Located near Tottenham Court Road tube station we will be there Thursday to Sunday every week with incredible performers and stars from the West End. This is a non ticketed event so please support the local restaurants in the area. Grab some food, sit at a table and enjoy the music..We have stars from Wicked, Come from Away, Les Mis and many more.

2pm – 7pm Thursday to Saturday.


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Some Enchanted Evening at Glastonbury Abbey

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One Enchanted Evening founder and organiser, Andrew Wright, is an award-winning choreographer and director. He has invited professionals who combine West End experience with Somerset roots and has created a very special evening to thank all the essential workers and volunteers who kept Somerset safe this year.

Sunday 30 August 2020, 6.15pm

Tickets £25


Voices of the West End, UK Tour

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West End stars bring musicals to the people with a new picnic experience! Voices of the West End does exactly what it says on the tin, music from the world’s greatest musicals performed by the greatest singers Earl Carpenter, Kerry Ellis, Katie Hall and John Owen-Jones and musicians Jennifer Whyte (Piano) and Yvonne Marie Parsons (Cello) from London’s West End, set in a safe and beautiful environment.

6 Sept – 27 Sept, various locations



Death of England: Delroy, National Theatre (Olivier Theatre)

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A new play by Roy Williams and Clint Dyer featuring Giles Terera. 

Opens late October

Tickets: TBC


Willy Russell’s Educating Rita, Minack Theatre

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Specially adapted by Willy Russell, Stephen Tompkinson and Jessica Johnson star in ‘The Great British Comedy’

Tues 18 – Sun 30 Aug 2020 (Tuesday – Sunday performances 7pm, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday Matinees 3pm)

Tickets: £10 – £40



Henry V, The Maltings Theatre (Roman Theatre of Verulamium)

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By William Shakespeare. Directed by Matthew Parker. Henry IV is dead and the young Prince Hal is King. With England in a state of unrest, he must leave his rebellious youth behind and prove himself a worthy ruler.

Fri 14 – Mon 31 Aug 2020 (Mostly Wednesday – Sunday Performances, times vary from 3pm, 6pm and 9pm)

Tickets from £15


The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Watermill Theatre Gardens

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By Arthur Conan Doyle
A new version devised by the company

Wed 29 Jul – Sat 8 Aug 2020 & 19 August – 6 September (Monday – Saturday Performances 7:30pm, Thursday and Saturday Matinees 2:30pm) 

Tickets: £100 per table (up to 4 people)


Blindness, Donmar Warehouse

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Award-winning playwright Simon Stephens has adapted Nobel Prize-winner José Saramago’s dystopian novel Blindness as a sound installation for the Donmar Warehouse, directed by Walter Meierjohann with immersive binaural sound design by Ben and Max Ringham. Juliet Stevenson voices…

Sat 1 –  Sat 5 September 2020, (Monday – Saturday Performances, usually 2pm, 4pm, 6:30pm and 8:30pm)

Tickets: singles (£22.50) or doubles (£45)


The New Normal Festival, Le Gothique at the The Royal Victoria Patriotic Building

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London College of Music Present: As You Like It: Monday 24 & Tuesday 25 August 2020 – 7.30pm, £12.50

Turbine Theatre’s Turbine on the Jetty Festival

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Horrible Histories Barmy Britain: Wednesday 26 August 2020

One Duck Down: Sunday 30 August 2020

The Best of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons: Monday 31 August 2020

Hair the Musical An Outdoor Concert: Friday 4 – Sunday 6 September SOLD OUT

Bard in the Yard: Saturday 5 September 2020

The Final Countdown: Tuesday 8 September 2020

Aesop’s Fables: Wednesday 9 September 2020

Macbeth: Sleep No More: Wednesday 9 September 2020

Vivienne de Vil ‘With One Look’: Friday 11 September 2020

Black Sails: Saturday 12 September 2020

Great Expectations: Saturday 12 September 2020

The Femmes: Vintage Summertime: Sunday 13 September 2020

Roles We’ll Never Play: Sunday 13 September 2020

The Two Gentlemen of Verona: Tuesday 15 September 2020

West End Rocks!: Wednesday 16 September 2020

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical: Thursday 17 September 2020

The Barricade Boys: Friday 18 September 2020

Catfish The Musical: Saturday 19 September 2020 SOLD OUT

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Scoot Theatre

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An outdoor, socially distanced, family-friendly production touring Cricket Clubs in August. Six actor-musicians present Shakespeare’s favourite comedy in just sixty minutes.

Various dates in South London and BarnFest.

Tickets from £10


Sunnymead Court, Tristan Bates Theatre

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“It’s been hot for days and now the air is heavy with the promise of something else. Thick. With something else.” From her balcony, Marie blasts out the same tune, every day at 11am. On hers, Stella tends to red geraniums bursting with colour and life. Two tower blocks facing each other. Two women who are looking for something more.

Dates: Tuesday 22 September – Saturday 3 October, (Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday 7pm & 8:30pm, Matinees Saturday 1pm & 3pm)

Tickets: Single £15, Double £30


Beat The Devil, Bridge Theatre

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On the same day that the UK government finally made the first of two decisive interventions that led to a conspicuously late lockdown, David Hare contracted Covid-19. Nobody seemed to know much about it then, and many doctors are not altogether sure they know much more today. Suffering a pageant of apparently random symptoms, Hare recalls the delirium of his illness, which mixed with fear, dream, honest medicine and dishonest politics to create a monologue of furious urgency and power.

Dates: 27 August – 31 October 2020 (Various – 2pm, 5pm & 8pm)

Tickets from £10


Talking Heads monologues, Bridge Theatre

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Each of the short plays that make up Talking Heads is a perfectly distilled masterpiece, sometimes disturbing, often hilarious and always profoundly humane.

Monica Dolan in The Shrine and Lesley Manville in Bed Among the Lentils

Rochenda Sandall in The Outside Dog and Kristin Scott Thomas in The Hand of God

Lucian Msamati in Playing Sandwiches and Imelda Staunton in A Lady of Letters

Tamsin Greig in Nights in the Gardens of Spain and Maxine Peake in Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet.

Dates: 7 September – 31 October 2020

Tickets from £15


An Evening With An Immigrant, Bridge Theatre


Born to a Muslim father and a Christian mother in what is now considered by many to be Boko Haram territory, award-winning poet and playwright Inua Ellams left Nigeria for England in 1996 aged 12, moved to Ireland for three years, before returning to London and starting work as a writer and graphic designer.

Dates: 18 September – 15 October 2020

Tickets from £10


Quarter Life Crisis, Bridge Theatre

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Alicia is a hot mess. She doesn’t know what she’s doing with her life. Swiping left, swiping right to find the perfect match. Even though she’s a Londoner, born and bred, the scent of Lagos peppers her existence in the ends. Everyone around her seems to know where they’re going in life, but she’s just trying to find ways to cheat growing up and keep her 16-25 railcard.

Dates: 7 October – 17 October 2020

Tickets from £10


Nine Lives, Bridge Theatre

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See over here it’s not like over there. Here there are neon lights. Here there are queens. Here there are rainbow flags draw high.  One man and a suitcase filled with the past, uncertainty, high heels, brokenness, African dancing shells and hope.  Ishmael has been outed, along with his lover, David. He has sought sanctuary in the UK, but is this evidence enough? As Ishmael waits to hear his fate, he encounters new friends – and enemies, all the while looking for a place to call home again.

Dates: 22 October – 31 October 2020

Tickets from £10


F*ck Off, The Bread and Roses Theatre

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Meet Henry M’Gill; middle-weight champion, undefeated, sporting icon but a loser at life. Boxing is all Henry knows. No Mum. No Dad. No nothing. Fighting other people is second nature but the hardest fight is face to face with himself. From care home to The Vegas Strip, Henry M’Gill goes from strength to strength but whatever goes up, must eventually come crashing down. Henry’s dependency on drugs, women and violence soon catches up with him with serious consequences as he’s forced to take a long hard look at himself in the mirror.

Dates: 25 – 29 August (7 & 9pm)

Tickets: £12/£15 (singles and pairs)


Strike Out! (Kneehigh) Cornwall

A small team of multi-disciplined performers will explore Italo Calvino’s Italian Folk Tales, creating rough, simple performances by firelight. Calvino’s stories come from desperate plague-ridden times. They are bawdy, funny, full of strange charm and pertinent to now.

It’s never been more important for companies to join forces. We have previously worked with Good Chance Theatre alongside refugees in the Calais Jungle. This autumn Good Chance will bring a team to the Barns and collaborate with Kneehigh artists to further explore outdoor event and performance, and the role theatre can play in bringing people together in ways that feel safe.

The Barns will be transformed with a socially distanced installation and exhibition to celebrate all things Kneehigh and our 40th year. Here, we’ll present beauty, wit, minor miracles, music, firelight, food and short performances, as well as readings and excerpts of past and future shows.

In the Asylum we light fires, eat, challenge, provoke, make music and party. We can perform and welcome a wider, non-theatre going community. We are not elite. We aim to be a rare oasis of human engagement in an increasingly corporate landscape. Kneehigh is profoundly political. The Kneehigh Asylum is a space where people can go on a journey and land in a place they never even knew existed.

Informed by our previous explorations with Good Chance, and the Winter Welcome mini festival at The Barns, we plan to erect the Asylum in Cornwall for an extended festival season in 2021. There will be food, music, performance and event.


C-O-N-T-A-C-T, London, (Monument, Greenwich – Cutty Sark or Clapham Common)

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A young woman sits alone on a park bench, lost in her own thoughts. What is she thinking? Dive into her mind in this unique sensory and immersive theatre experience. After taking the streets of Paris by storm, with sell-out performances, C-O-N-T-A-C-T now journeys to the streets and parks of London, offering its unique blend of immersive theatre and sensorial soundscapes to a whole new audience, eager to once again experience live theatre.

From 31 August for 6 Weeks Only

Tickets from £22.50


RSC Shakespeare Snapshots, The Dell Gardens


Starting on Saturday 1 August, then running Friday to Sunday until the end of the month, our Shakespeare Snapshots will take place for 45 minutes at 1pm and 3pm each day. These non-costumed pop-up performances will be different each week, featuring speeches and sonnets from Shakespeare performed by actors from our postponed productions of The Winter’s Tale and The Comedy of Errors

28-30 August: A Masque for Carnival weekend – Players playing with favourite roles from the plays

Tickets: FREE (First come first served)


The Mousetrap, St. Martin’s Theatre

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Welcome to Monkswell Manor. We’ve been expecting you. Agatha Christie’s long-running murder mystery, the West End’s longest running and most successful play. 

Recommencing 31 Oct 2020 (Wednesday – Saturday Performances 7:30pm Thursday and Saturday Matinnes 3pm)

Tickets from: £29.50


The Comedy of Errors, Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre

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Grosvenor Park roars back into life for one production in August with Shakespeare’s joyous, open-hearted farce. Two sets of separated twins loose on the island of Ephesus; things are bound to get complicated. 

8 August – 30 August


Still, Here. A Black Cab Company production

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An audio exhibition across Hackney exploring learning disabled life in lockdown and beyond. Discover a new side to Hackney’s streets in our walking audio exhibition, Still, Here. Launching on the day when we would have been celebrating and participating in Hackney Carnival, we encourage you to go outside and engage with the borough of Hackney, our home. 

Dates: 13 September – 31 October 2020 (Anytime)

Free (Scan QR Code to start)


Riverside Reads at Riverside Studios

Riverside Reads is a monthly programme of world premiere first readings of plays and musicals with a discussion with the actors and creatives afterwards. Available to watch in person or over Zoom.

The Last Broadcast (Tuesday 1 September, 2pm)

When Caroline learns that her mother, a prominent barrier breaking talk radio personality, is no longer able to care for herself, she faces the difficult  prospect of moving her into her own home, where life as a single mum is already a challenge. Her mother’s bombastic personality, the re-emergence of a former fling, and a long-buried family secret collide in this funny and heart-wrenching  portrayal of a family in transition

Scattered (Tuesday 6 October, 2pm)

A play about time. And a family. A father and three daughters.  Now his wife has died, is it time to move?  A heart-warming and funny examination of family.  Close to home.

The IN-BETWEEN (A New Musical) (Tuesday 3 November, 2pm)

Nineteen-year-old dropout and perpetual under-achiever, Flick Wimple, has always lived in the shadow of her caring but neurotic older sister, Alice.  Since their parents died in a car crash, Alice has had to become more of a mother to Flick – a responsibility that traps them both and heightens their love-hate relationship.  Resigned to the way things are, Flick determines to expect nothing exceptional from life and give little in return.

StarBoy (A Musical) (Tuesday 2 February 2021, 2pm)

STARBOY is a story of dreams and relationships between two mixed race families, the prejudices and dangers they face, the sacrifices and choices they make, and the discovery that the love they share is the only lasting value when all is sung and done.

The Playground Theatre

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Socially distanced reopening, wear a mask and come and see Siblings Comedy in September, tickets on sale soon.


Theatr Clwyd Outdoor Festival

Funny Gals – 29 August

Orpheus – 4 -5 September

English (script reading) – 6 September

Welsh of West End: Live – 19 September

Three – 20 September


Treasure Island, Exeter Northcott Theatre

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Join Exeter’s favourite funny men Le Navet Bete for a swashbuckling family comedy this Christmas! It’s Christmas Eve in the The Spyglass Tavern and Jim Hawkins is serving ale to the one and only customer the pub ever has. Suddenly the door slams open and in strides Billy Bones, the infamous pirate, to change Jim’s life forever…

Dates: Wednesday 9 December 2020 – Saturday 9 January 2021

Tickets: Full price from £16 (Children under 12 from £14), 7pm (Matinees 2pm)


Wind in the Willows, Illyria Theatre UK Tour

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By Kenneth Grahame. Adapted by Oliver Gray. Award-winning outdoor theatre.

Various dates across the UK in August and September,


The Adventures of Doctor Dolittle, Illyria Theatre UK Tour

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By Hugh Lofting. Adapted by Oliver Gray. Award-winning outdoor theatre.


The Emperor’s New Clothes, Illyria Theatre UK Tour

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By Hans Christian Andersen. Adapted by Oliver Gray. Award-winning outdoor theatre.


Pirates Ahoy! Summer Festival, The Landmark Ilfracombe

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Ahoy there m’hearties! Get ready for rib-tickling laughter, swashbuckling songs, glitz, glamour and the pottiest pirate crew in pantoland.

Sun 30 Aug 2 & 5pm

Tickets from £12


Immersive Experiences 

Hasbro’s Monopoly, Gampath Experience

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Hasbro Inc. are excited to announce a new partnership with theatre producer Selladoor Worldwide to adapt MONOPOLY, into a fantastic, immersive experience. Due to open at a secret location in London in 2021, the MONOPOLY experience is expected to incorporate a 75-minute segment featuring challenges for teams to complete together in order to move along the MONOPOLY ‘board’ and buy property.

Dates and Tickets TBC


One Night Records, the world’s first Immersive Music venue

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Every night a new lineup of London’s finest musicians. An atmospheric reimagining of modern music’s origins and context, featuring emerging talent performing their original material alongside the standards.

Fri 1 Oct – Thur 31 Dec 2020 (Tuesday – Saturday Performances, staggered entrance times 7pm – 9 pm)

Tickets from £102 (for two people)


Doctor Who: Time Fracture

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Doctor Who: Time Fracture, a ground-breaking Immersive Theatrical Adventure, plunges you into the incredible Universe of Doctor Who.

From Spring 2020

Tickets TBC

ON SALE 20/09/2020

The Great Gatsby, Immersive LDN

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Jay Gatsby invites you to one of his infamous large parties. Re-imagined and re-set to meet Covid-19 secure guidelines, the champagne flows and as the drama unfolds the man himself will be the perfect host. 

Thur 1 Oct 2020 – Sun 31 Jan 2020 (usually Wednesday – Sunday Performances 7:30pm, Saturday Matinee 2pm)

Tickets from £39.95


Crooks 1926

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Plunge deep into the cockney criminal underworld of Elephant and Castle as you are immersed in one family’s brutal battle for supremacy. Nothing is certain, violence is rampant and bargains are made to be broken. You can shape it all…

Dates: Saturdays from 29 August 2:15pm & 7:15pm 

Tickets from £49 (for two people)


The Murder Express

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Join our Train conductor and pleasure seeking passengers as they embark on a journey of a lifetime. Travelling by train for pleasure is in its infancy. Pedley Street Station has recently opened and launched its new luxury train ‘The Murdér Express’. 

Dates: Friday 3 October 2020  – Sunday 7 February 2021

Tickets from £58 each (food included)


The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience

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70 minutes of frantic, frenetic, silly team fun that’s open to those everybody aged 13 and over. Your goal is to get as much time in The Crystal Dome and score as many points as you can. You and your friends run around four different zones – Industrial, Futuristic, Medieval and Aztec. In each zone, test your skills, solve mysteries and face mental and physical challenges.

Dates: extended until 30 November

Tickets from £59.99 



Birmingham Royal Ballet, Will Tuckett’s Lazuli Sky

The first one-act ballet commissioned and presented by Carlos Acosta as Director of Birmingham Royal Ballet, Will Tuckett’s Lazuli Sky is inspired by ideas of ‘social distancing’. Tuckett and his team, including designer Samuel Wyer and projection designer Nina Dunn, are creating a unique piece set to John Adams’s Shaker Loops, which will be performed live by the Royal Ballet Sinfonia conducted by Paul Murphy. 

Thursday 22 – Saturday 24 October 7:30pm (2:30pm Saturday matinee)

Tickets from £35


Comedy, Improv and Variety

Mischief Movie Night, UK Open Air Tour

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You suggest a genre, location and title and Mischief’s improvisers bring the show to life, complete with rewinds, fast forwards, directors cuts and a thrilling live score.

Visiting: Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Minack Theatre, The New Normal Festival, Brighton Open Air Theatre and more.

Mischief Comedy

More Outdoor: Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

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Solo shows from Rob Beckett, Jimmy Carr, Canned Laughter, Russell Brand and [Kerry Godliman, Judi Love & Russell Kane].

Mondays 7 Aug – 21 Sept 2020


Brighton Open Air Theatre


Brighton and Hove’s open air theatre in Dyke Road park.

Now until 27 Sept


Norwich Theatre INTERLUDE

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Norwich Theatre and Lost in Translation Circus present INTERLUDE – a six-week programme of live performances and participatory activities delivered in a temporary venue in Chapelfield Gardens (Norwich). The event is supported by Norwich City Council and Norwich BID.

Mon 10 Aug – Sun 20 Sep 2020


Crazy Coqs Cabaret 

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Crazy Coqs are thrilled to announce their limited August programme and their full September programme. All shows will be performed to a reduced capacity audience with a physically distanced seating plan. Some shows will also be available as a live stream.


Vintage Summertime with The Femmes, Summer Festival, The Landmark Ilfracombe

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With more fizz than a glass of champagne, these starlets will whisk you back to the 1940s and then take you through the years, giving each decade a “Femme makeover”.

Fri 28 Aug 3pm

Tickets from £15


Drive In: Cinema, Concerts and Theatre

Theatre & Live Entertainment

The Concert in the Park, Chichester Festival Theatre

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Omid Djalili will introduce songs from the musicals with West End stars Gina Beck, Gabrielle Brooks, Rob Houchen, Julian Ovenden and Giles Terera, joined by CFT Artistic Director Daniel Evans.

Mon 31 Aug 2020 (evening)


West End Musical Drive In, The Drive In London

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From the producers of West End Musical Brunch, comes West End Musical Drive-In. The socially distanced musical theatre concert.

Sat 29 Aug 6:30pm, Sat 5 Sept 3:30pm, Sat 12 Sept 1:30pm, Sat 19 Sept 3:30pm, Sat 26 Sept 3:30pm

Tickets: £65 per car (Sat 12 Sep SOLD OUT)


ENO Drive & Live: La bohème

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Live opera returns with Puccini’s La bohème in a unique drive-in theatre experience. A new, modern 90 minute version.

Sat 19 – Sun 27 Sept 2020 (Tuesday – Sunday Performances 3:30pm and 7:30pm)

Tickets £103.75 per car (£38.75 per bike)


Dinosaur World Live, The Drive In London

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Dare to experience the dangers and delights of Dinosaur World Live in this roarsome interactive show for all the family.

Fri 7 Aug – Sun 30 Aug 2020 (Show times vary, usually 10:30am or 11am and 1pm or 1:30pm daily)

Tickets: £40 per car (£60 for front 3 rows)


Family Fun in the Park, Chichester Festival Theatre

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Hugh Bonneville headlines Family Fun in the Park, reading Judith Kerr’s The Tiger Who Came to Tea and Mog the Forgetful Cat, with actors using puppetry to bring the stories to life.

Mon 31 Aug 2020 (daytime)

Tickets: £10 – £30 per plot for up to 6 people



Royal Opera House ballet and opera drive-in screenings

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This summer, four Royal Opera House productions will be screened at iconic drive-in cinema locations around the country in partnership with The Luna Drive in cinema.

Scheduled up until 6 September, various dates and locations

Tickets from £29.50 per car


Mayflower Theatre (Southampton)’s Musical Movies

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Come and enjoy the best of the West End and Broadway on screen with Mayflower’s Musical Movies! We are presenting a series of musicals and plays on a big screen in our auditorium from 9 – 20 September 2020. Listings include: 42nd StreetKinky BootsAn American In ParisThe SpongeBob MusicalThe Wind in the Willows: The MusicalThe Toxic AvengerFrom Here to Eternity: The MusicalRuthless! The Musical and more.

Dates: 9 – 20 September 2020 

Tickets from £18.50


National Theatre Live in Cinemas

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National Theatre Live brings the best of British theatre to cinema screens all over the UK and beyond, from Tokyo to San Francisco.

Various dates and locations

Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes Cinema Release

Cinema screenings of Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes have been rescheduled and this special event will now be released in venues worldwide from 30 September 2020.

Various dates and locations

Virtual Performances

15 Heroines, Jermyn Street Theatre

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Theseus, Hercules, Ulysses, Jason, Achilles… The island-hopping heroes of classical mythology leave a trail of women – queens, sorcerers, pioneers, poets and politicians – in their swaggering wake. Two thousand years ago, the Roman poet Ovid gave voice to those women in a series of fictional letters called The Heroines. Now, 15 leading British playwrights draw inspiration from Ovid to dramatise the lives of 15 Heroines. This exclusive online production in partnership with Digital Theatre is filmed live in our empty theatre. Delivered by an outstanding cast in three parts – The War, The Desert and The Labyrinth – 15 Heroines is a landmark theatrical event.

Dates: 9 -14 November 2020 (Monday to Saturday, 7.30pm, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 3.00pm)

Tickets from £22.15 per event


Three Kings, Old Vic: In Camera

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The world premiere of Three Kings, a brand new play by Stephen Beresford written for and starring Andrew Scott, has been created especially for OLD VIC: IN CAMERA. 

3 – 5 September

Tickets from £10


Live From The London Coliseum

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A Series of Concerts Streamed Direct From The West End. Benefitting the ENO Contingency Fund. Featuring: Sharon D Clarke, Kerry Ellis, Carrie Hope Fletcher, Cassidy Janson, Ramin Karimloo, Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler. With: After You: a new musical by Alex Parker & Katie Lam, starring Bradley Jaden & Alexia Khadime.

September 2020


Crazy Coqs – Cabaret

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Crazy Coqs are thrilled to announce their limited August programme and their full September programme. All shows will be performed to a reduced capacity audience with a physically distanced seating plan. Some shows will also be available as a live stream.


The Theatre Channel

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Adam Blanshay Productions and The Theatre Café are delighted to present a brand-new musical theatre-based web series, bringing together talents from the theatre world, both on and off stage, the series will showcase well-known musical theatre classics; performed by some of the industry’s most beloved performers, many of whom hold a close connection to The Theatre Café.


The Mystery Agency

The Mystery Agency is a brand new collection of mystery puzzle experiences. Our agents have delved deep into the archive to find some of the most bizarre and puzzling mysteries for you to solve.