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  • Motown - The Musical

    Until Apr 20, 2019

  • The Illusionists - Direct From Broadway

    Jul 6 - Sep 1, 2019

  • & Juliet

    Opens Nov 2, 2019

Motown - The Musical Poster

Motown - The Musical

Until April 20, 2019

Motown is the big Broadway musical which tells the story of America's greatest record label. With a book by founder Berry Gordy, this dazzling musical is bursting at the seams with iconic tracks from The Supremes, Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder and many more. A sensation when it opened on Broadway in 2013, Motown was nominated for four Tonys and spawned a North American tour which is still going to this day!

The Illusionists - Direct From Broadway Poster

The Illusionists - Direct From Broadway

July 6 - September 1, 2019

After a scintillating run on Broadway over Christmas, The Illusionists return to London this summer to showcase their out of this world tricks to UK audiences. Full of outrageous and astonishing acts, The Illusionists, Direct From Broadway bring five of the world most magnificent magicians together live on stage, making this one event you'll never forget!

& Juliet Poster

& Juliet

Opens November 2, 2019

If you've been waiting for a musical that features the hits of Britney Spears, The Backstreet Boys and The Weeknd, then your day is finally here! & Juliet, a brand new musical by songwriting extraordinaire Max Martin is hitting London's West End this Winter. With Miriam-Teak Lee (original Hamilton West End cast member) leading the cast, this new brand new tuner is a sure-fire hit.

Shaftesbury Theatre

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210 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8DP

  • Year opened: 1911
  • Capacity: 1400
  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

Located on Shaftesbury Avenue in the heart of the West End, the Shaftesbury Theatre is the youngest theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue. Bertie Crewe designed the theatre for brothers Walter and Frederick Melville. Since 1984, the Theatre of Comedy Company has owned the venue. In 2006 the theatre underwent a large-scale refurbishment on the interior of the auditorium, and it has hosted several revivals of musicals since its re-opening.

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