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Reviews and tickets for all the shows and musicals in London’s West End

Want to see a West End musical or play, but not sure which one? Looking for gossip on which shows and celebrities are coming to the London stage? Or just after a good deal on tickets? Whatever the case, we've got it all right here.

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Top 10 West End theatre shows

Make sure you're booking for the best of the season with our critics' guide to the ten most recommended West End theatre shows on right now

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West End musicals

The latest news, up-to-date reviews and discounted tickets in our guide to all musicals in London's West End

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The top 10 theatre openings this month

The ten biggest and best openings in London this month

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Cheap West End theatre tickets

Find the best bargains for hot West End shows

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West End theatre interviews

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Tamsin Greig interview: ‘I read the script and went, "Oh shit"’

The actress talks about taking the leap from small screen comedy to an on-stage musical adaptation of Pedro Almodóvar's 'Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown'

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Gemma Arterton interview: ‘I've gone right back to my roots’

Delightfully down-to-earth Hollywood starlet Gemma Arterton talks about being Basildon's Bond Girl and her new role in ‘Made in Dagenham’

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Ray Davies interview: ‘It ain't lush, plush, orchestral stuff’

London’s greatest lyricist, Kinks frontman Ray Davies, has turned his songs into a new musical that he’s co-written. Here he talks storytelling and ‘Sunny Afternoon’

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John Kander interview: ‘We seduce people into being happy then let reality step on their necks’

‘The Scottsboro Boys’ is the final musical by legendary songwriters Kander and Ebb. The duo's surviving half, John Kander, talks making dark musicals instead of happily-ever-after shows

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Lindsay Lohan interview: ‘It helps with the perception that I'm just a psycho’

Hollywood wild child Lindsay Lohan has moved to London and is starring on the West End stage. LiLo talks to Time Out about her theatre debut in ‘Speed-the-Plow’ and about being a proper Londoner

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Mike Bartlett and Tim Pigott-Smith interview: ‘Images of the royal family are illegal on the tube!’

You’d better believe it: the best new play of 2014 is a verse epic about Prince Charles. The writer and star of ‘King Charles III’ talk royal family values

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Celia Imrie interview: 'I've come to the conclusion that I like scaring myself'

The national acting treasure talks comedy roles and her cabaret debut in 'Laughing Matters'

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Kathleen Turner interview: "I always have fun, always"

Time Out chats to Kathleen Turner, as she returns to the London stage in 'Bakersfield Mist', her third West End role

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Explore the West End

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West End theatre venues

Use our A-Z list of West End theatre venues in London to discover the very best shows and musicals currently on in the capital

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London's best pre-theatre restaurants

The pre-theatre meal is just as important to your evening in the West End as the show you booked for months ago

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Bars and pubs

West End pubs

Plan a pre- or post-theatre pint at the best pubs in London's West End

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Things to do

Soho area guide

Check out Soho's bars, clubs, pubs, restaurants, comedy and music with the Time Out Soho area guide

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Comments

4 comments
felipes14919165
felipes14919165

you tube voce vai ver logo no primeiro resto esta thecarlorfjr

so clicar o nome do meu pai

copa do mundo por felipe

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alan c
alan c

I Agree with Alice.  Time Out, which used to be a great resource, is now totally useless.  What a shame and a waste of space.

alice Krieger
alice Krieger

I have to say that I am so so diappointed with TimeOut. I would buy the minute I arrived in London and then plan museums, films and theatre. even online there is no theatre listing per se and it is impossible to print off a list and decide according to ones dates. I hope someone starts a magazine as Time Out as this option is awful - sorry.

Virginia K
Virginia K

I totally agree with you. It is such a loss. I used to be able to buy it in one place in NY and make plans and buy tickets. The website and the app both provide extremely limited information.