Valentine’s Day: West End shows to see with friends

By | Posted on 26-Jan-2019

Valentine’s Day: West End shows to see with friends

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, many of you will be purchasing gifts for your loved ones. But, Valentine’s doesn’t just have to be a time to buy something for a loved one. Whether you’re celebrating Galentine’s Day with your girl friends or you just want to show your friends how much you appreciate them, experience the thrill of live West End shows together. Book your tickets for a special night at the theatre that’s guaranteed to leave you all in a good mood.

Valentine’s Day shows to see with friends

Magic Mike Live!


West End shows don’t come steamier than this! Based on the 2012 movie of the same name starring Channing Tatum, the London Hippodrome is transformed into the home of Magic Mike Live, a production where sensuality and showmanship become one. Cheer all night long and lose your inhibitions this Valentine’s Day at Magic Mike Live, where fiery dance routines come alive.

Mamma Mia

Mamma Mia

In 2008, Mamma Mia quickly became a must-see chick flick, later followed by a 2018 sequel. See the production where it all started from at Mamma Mia, the ABBA sensation that’s been storming the West End since 1999. Set on a Greek island, Sophie Sheridan dreams of her father walking her down the aisle to marry Sky, but there’s a small problem as Sophie doesn’t know who her father is. After learning there are three potential dads, she invites them all to the wedding to finally uncover the truth without telling her mother Donna. When Donna learns her previous suitors are on the island, she begins the process of reconciliation to save more relationships than initially thought about. With ABBA’s greatest hits including “Waterloo” and “Take A Chance on Me”, you’ll want to head to the West End with your own group of Dynamos this Valentine’s Day to catch this sunny production.

Tina: The Tina Turner Musical

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It may be Valentine’s Day, but “What’s Love Got To Do With It” to make sure you have a great evening out? Celebrate the season with your friends with a trip to see Tina the Musical, the biographical production all about Tina Turner that’s got everybody talking. During the show, you’ll find out everything about the singer from her childhood in Nutbush, Tennessee to the peak of her career, with insight into her relationship with Ike Turner. Hear some of Tina’s greatest hits, including “River Deep Mountain High” and “Proud Mary”. If you’re looking to see a show that will get all your friends smiling, then Tina the Musical is “Simply the Best” show around.

The Lion King

Lion King

Relive your childhood memories at The Lion King, a hit Disney musical that’s been entertaining audiences at the Lyceum Theatre since 1999. See your favourite characters including Simba, Nala and Mufasa take to the stage in a story where Simba transforms from lion cub to King of the Pride Lands. Journey across the Serengeti at the parade of animals that take to the stage as they perform your favourite Disney classics including “Can You Feel the Live Tonight”. So, say “Hakuna Matata” and live your life care-free with your friends this Valentine’s Day at The Lion King.

Les Misérables

Valentine's Day

Wanting to see an iconic West End show? Treat your friends this Valentine’s Day with Les Misérables tickets. Get up close to the fight for freedom and liberty and feel as though you’re standing side by side with Marius, Cosette and all the characters in a legendary production with songs including “I Dreamed a Dream” and “A Heart Full of Love”. “At the End of the Day”, you don’t want to miss out on your chance to see the brand new production of Les Misérables at the newly-refurbished Sondheim Theatre.

Mary Poppins

If you’re looking for a West End show that’s packed with high-energy dance routines, catchy songs you’ll recognise and full of life, head to the Prince Edward Theatre to see Mary Poppins. Zizi Strallen expertly brings the lovable nanny to life, as she takes the Banks children on indescribable adventures just using her surroundings. With songs including “Step in Time” and “A Spoonful of Sugar”, get ready to see the five-star rated show and feel as happy a kid flying a kite again this Valentine’s Day at Mary Poppins.

The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera Reviews

One of the longest-running musicals in theatre historyThe Phantom of the Opera has rightfully earned its place as one of the greatest shows of all time. Don’t miss your chance to see this haunting musical about a soprano singer named Christine Daaé who wows at Paris Opera House, kept under the wing of the mask-wearing Phantom. With a lush score by songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber including “Think of Me” and “All I Ask of You”, be swept in a West End love story like no other at The Phantom of the Opera this Valentine’s Day.

If you’re still wanting to find the perfect show to take your friend to, we’ve curated a list of shows that are tailored towards every type of audience member, so you can confidently find the show for you.