October 2019: What’s on in the West End?

By | Posted on 23-Sep-2019

October 2019: What’s on in the West End?

Don’t miss out on brand new shows in the West End this October 2019, including Claire Foy and Matt Smith reuniting to star in Lungsthe Broadway transfer of DEAR EVAN HANSEN and revivals of Mary Poppins. Book your tickets now for these hotly-anticipated shows opening in the West End, as well as long-running productions.

October 2019 in the West End

Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre

Get your spoonful of sugar at the ready, as Mary Poppins returns to the West End from 23rd October 2019. Flying back into London, step in time to musical theatre classics such as “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” and “Let’s Go Fly a Kite”, guaranteed to delight audiences of all age. Starring Zizi Strallen as the lovable, magical nanny and Charlie Stemp as Bert, make sure you see this show that’s practically perfect! Why not read all about Mary Poppins here?

Dear Evan Hansen at the Noel Coward Theatre

West End production, photo credit: Matthew Murphy

DEAR EVAN HANSEN will open in London at the Noël Coward Theatre from 29th October. A profound, new musical about life and the way we live it, DEAR EVAN HANSEN has an original score by the Academy Award-winning songwriters of The Greatest Showman and La La Land, Benj Pasek & Justin Paul, starring West End newcomer Sam Tutty in the titular role.

October 2019 West End classics

The Lion King

The Lion King

Set in the magnificent Serengeti plains, heavy with the haunting sounds of Africa, follow Simba on an epic journey through the Pride Lands to become King in The Lion King. Disney’s multi-award-winning musical redefines the meaning of live experience. To miss out on Disney’s The Lion King is to miss out on a West End experience of a lifetime, one that has captivated London audiences at the Lyceum Theatre since 1999. Featuring a soundtrack including ‘Can You Feel the Love Tonight?’ and ‘Hakuna Matata’, have no worries for the rest of your days with tickets to The Lion King.

Wicked

Photo credit: Darren Bell

The alternate story behind ‘The Wizard of Oz’ originally cast its spell over audiences on Broadway in 2003 and has since won over 100 international awards. Wicked continues its incredible success at the Apollo Victoria Theatre and has gained a huge fan base, with over 9 million people in London alone experiencing this enchanting tale. Following two unlikely friends who meet the Wizard of Oz, their lives come to a crossroads in the ultimate battle against good and evil. With songs including ‘No Good Deed’ and ‘The Wizard and I’, get ready to defy gravity with tickets to see Wicked.

The Phantom of the Opera

Phantom

Featuring a lush score from the legendary composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and produced by theatrical juggernaut Cameron Mackintosh, this romantic show is the epitome of the musical theatre genre. Combining spectacular scenery and jaw-dropping special effects with some of the most mesmerising music in theatrical history, The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre will captivate you with its beauty and majesty. Why not read more about musicals by Andrew Lloyd Webber with us?

The Book Of Mormon

Book of Mormon

The Book of Mormon is the outrageous brainchild of South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker, along with Robert Lopez of Avenue Q. As a result, the show frequently crosses the line with its sharp satire and on-the-nose humour with outrageous religious and social commentary. Following two elders who are sent on a mission to Uganda, the pair are forced to confront their beliefs before spreading the word of the Latter Day Saints.

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