5 London Theatre Shows To Catch This Year

Going to the theatre always feels like a complete treat! And we're lucky to have so many different theatre shows to choose from and watch. These days there's something for everyone no matter what sort of show genre you prefer. 

One of my personal favourite London theatre shows that I watched was Thriller Live. I'm a big fan of Michael Jackson's music and I remember growing up with my Mum having and playing his music in the house and so I took her with me to London to the theatre to watch Thriller Live and it was incredible and such a nice evening out my with my Mum too!

There are always so many different theatre shows to see, but today I thought I'd share five London theatre shows that look and sound like they're going to be fantastic and very much worth going to see! If you're planning a trip to the theatre soon to see any of these theatre shows or any others that you might have spotted then do take a look at online ticketing platform Skiddle who offer theatre tickets and a diverse range of events and entertainment experiences that you are able to book directly through them. 

Myra's Story

Set on the streets of Dublin and described by many as a devastating yet heartfelt piece of theatre, Myra’s Story follows Myra, a homeless woman who awakes in a hostel in Dublin and decides to share all. With an abundance of heart and humour.


Pounding drums, puffed chests, thundering feet – this is scintillating Argentine dance as you’ve never seen it before. In a blistering and exhilarating take on the traditional Argentine Malambo, Malevo brings its blazing raw talent to the UK for the very first time.

Evita In Concert

Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Tony Award-winning Evita returns to the West End this summer in an all-star concert at the iconic Theatre Royal Drury Lane, accompanied by the 30-piece London Musical Theatre Orchestra. Evita charts the young and ambitious Eva Peron’s meteoric rise to sainthood. Set in Argentina between 1934-1952, the musical follows Eva Duarte on her journey from poor illegitimate child to ambitious actress to, as wife of military leader-turned-president Juan Peron, the most powerful woman in Latin America, before her death from cancer at age 33.

House Of Flamenka

Bigger, bolder, and sexier than ever, House of Flamenka returns to the Peacock. Created and directed by dance royalty Arlene Phillips (Grease, Guys and Dolls, Strictly Come Dancing), and starring renowned flamenco dancer Karen Ruimy, this is a fusion of contemporary dance, flamenco, passion, and high drama.

Joan Collins - Behind The Shoulder Pads Tour

If you're a Joan Collins fan, this one is for you! With her husband, Percy Gibson by her side, they will field your questions, giving audiences the opportunity to have an intimate chat with the world famous actress. Featuring seldom told tales, enchanting anecdotes, and rare and fascinating footage from her seven decades in showbusiness, the evening will be full of the usual wit, candour, and of course glamour that we have come to expect from this British born Hollywood legend.

Are you planning any trips to the theatre this year? And if so, what are you planning on buying tickets to go and see? 

Blog post written in collaboration with online ticketing platform Skiddle.

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