Theres’s nothing like seeing a show where you leave significantly happier than when you went in!
And we aren’t just talking about comedies here, in this fun collection of feel-good London theatre that inspire smiles, and banishes all bad thoughts! The range of shows covers everything from musical comedy to entertainment, shiny floor dance shows, circus, stand-up comedy and more.
& Juliet is the irreverent and fun-loving new West End musical playing at London’s Shaftesbury Theatre
A major new musical adaptation of hit Hollywood movie Back to the Future.
Bring It On backflips into Queen Elizabeth Hall this Winter starring Amber Davies and Louis Smith
The TARDIS flies into London in 2021 for the new Doctor Who immersive production.
Step inside the BBC’s iconic sitcom and see it from the inside out!
La Clique returns to London this Christmas in this awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping and downright unmissable show.
Featuring the songs of ABBA, Mamma Mia! is the ultimate feel-good show now playing at the Novello Theatre.
The RSC’s ingenious production of Roald Dahl’s Matilda now playing at the Cambridge Theatre
Only Fools And Horses – London’s lovely jubbly smash hit musical comedy at the Theatre Royal Haymarket
Double Olivier nominees Dan and Jeff return in the 10th anniversary production of Potted Panto
Experience the bestselling Bee Gees soundtrack live on stage in this spectacularly reimagined music and dance extravaganza.
Showstopper! The Improvised Musical – a new performance every night.
DIVORCED. BEHEADED. LIVE IN CONCERT! 500 years of Tudor Queens remixed into a celebration of sisterly sass-itude.
Chichester’s glorious, 5 star production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Pacific comes to Sadler’s Wells starring Julian Ovenden and Gina Beck
Get your sequins out as the Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour hits the UK in 2022
The wordwide smash-hit The Choir of Man combines beautiful harmonies and foot-stomping singalongs
Shakespeare’s complex exploration of prejudice, patriarchy, and capitalism, The Merchant of Venice
The smash-hit slapstick comedy The Play That Goes Wrong at the West End’s Duchess Theatre.