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West End shows you need to see before they close

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West End shows you need to see before they close

With a variety of productions opening in the West End throughout the year, there are also shows which will soon close, having their final performances over the coming weeks. From West End transfers to brand new productions, make sure you’ve got your tickets to these must-see West End shows with our guide to shows closing soon in London.

West End Shows closing soon

Falsettos

After stunning audiences on Broadway in the 1990s, Falsettos received its UK premiere at The Other Palace in 2019, with a whole host of West End stars including Daniel Boys, Laura Pitt-Pulford and Natasha J Barnes. Following an unconventional family in 1980s New York, it’s a heartwarming musical where loving everyone around you really is the most beautiful thing in the world.

A Day in the Death of Joe Egg

Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner star in the West End revival of A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, following a couple who live with their 10-year-old that suffers from cerebral palsy. Asking what it means to live with someone who is disabled, as well as questions on how to raise a disabled child in 1960s Britain, see how family life is impacted in this dark, bittersweet, earthy comedy.

Les Miserables: All Star Staged Concert

Before the longest-running musical continues once more at the Sondheim Theatre, why not see one of the final performances of the all-star staged concert at the Gielgud? With a cast including Alfie Boe reprising critically-acclaimed performances as well as some of the biggest names in the West End taking to the stage, experience the pulsating heart of revolutionary France for yourself in an unbelievable production that champions life, liberty and freedom.

The Man in the White Suit

Stephen Mangan, Kara Tointon and Sue Johnston star in the world premiere of The Man in the White Suit. When a research chemist discovers a brand new material that seems dirt-resistant, will he be able to impress the local factory owners to mass-produce the material? With original music by Noah and the Whale’s Charlie Fink, follow the bubbling sounds and step into the Wyndham’s Theatre for a scientfic show that’s a hoot!