New And Upcoming Theatre Shows In London

This is the Miss Jones guide for the best new and upcoming theatre shows to watch this May! A trip down to watch a west end show is a great way to spend an evening with loved ones, and with the lovely weather soon approaching us it’s even more reason to get yourself out for a trip into town!

 

My Fair Lady

At the London Coliseum, My Fair Lady will be returning after 21 years for a limited 16-week engagement. It’s one of the most beloved musicals of all time, at its heart My Fair Lady is a story about class, gender and power. Don’t miss it!

7 May – 27 August 2022

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Henry VII

See the story of Henry VIII from a female perspective as Shakespeare’s exploration of love, lineage and power unfolds at the Globe Theatre this May!

19 May – 21 October 2022

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Grease the musical

The cult-classic film and show is the perfect recipe to put you in the summer mood! Get ready for toe-tapping tunes and glamorous sets, along with a talented line-up of actors which is sure to make this one of the hottest shows of the year. See it at London’s Dominion Theatre.

3 May – 29 Oct 2022

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Julius Caesar

This Summer, we confront our own political landscape as Shakespeare’s epic tragedy Julius Caesar takes on startlingly new relevance in the Globe Theatre, a classic re-enacted marvellously.

3 May – 10 Sep 2022

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Legally Blonde

Watch Legally Blonde at Regents Park open air theatre, a divine film that has hit the stage about a fashion merchandising major Elle Woods and her college sweetheart Warner Huntington III. Popular and stylish, they have the perfect relationship. That is until Warner heads to Harvard Law School and decides that he needs a more ‘serious’ kind of girlfriend. A more modern show but it’s defiantly one to check out!

13 May – 2 July 2022

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The Glass Menagerie

Watch this amazing play at the Duke Of York’s Theatre debuting a story which follows Amanda Wingfield and her children Tom and Laura, all living together in an apartment in St. Louis. The play is told through the eyes of Tom, who tells of Laura’s life as a polio sufferer and her mother’s insistence to find her daughter a partner.

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23 May – 27 Aug 2022

 

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