Gigantic invites you to celebrate World Theatre Day with a spectacular selection of plays, productions, and musicals! From dancing to drama, we have the right ticket for you and your loved ones. So, let’s raise the curtain and let the show commence!
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a story from the Wizarding World envisioned especially for the stage, sure to please wizards and muggles alike. There are currently no booking fees on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday performances.
Delightfully disrespectful; The Book Of Mormon is the stage show from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone plus Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez.
Governments may come and go, but stupidity remains a constant! Idiots Assemble: Spitting Image The Musical sees puppets of world leaders, politicians and celebrities hurtle the planet towards annihilation.
Adapted from the big screen to the stage, Brokeback Mountain is the story of forbidden love, passion and sacrifice.
Tennessee William’s classic play A Streetcar Named Desire is a must see for any fan of the theatre. Featuring Normal People’s Paul Mescal for a limited time, it tells the story of Blanche DuBois’ fall from luxury, her tension with sister Stella and brutish brother-in-law Stanley Kowalski, and the unravelling of her sanity.
Relive the Bohemian glamour of turn of the century Paris with Moulin Rouge! The Musical – Baz Luhrmann’s revolutionary film is brought to life onstage.
ABBA Voyage uses the latest technology to relive the spectacular hits of the greatest pop band of all time. Each song has been carefully selected by Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid to give fans the greatest experience.
Disney classic The Lion King is envisioned as a must see musical. The award-winning show has been dazzling and delighting for 22 years.
Six radically retells the story of Henry VII’s wives, breathing vibrant new life into the age old tale. Come see why this show has just won two Tony Awards!
Shirley Valentine is the one woman play written by Willy Russell and starring Sheridan Smith. A limited 12 week run at Duke of York’s Theatre only.
Northern Ballet: The Great Gatsby sees the classic F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel explored through movement and dance. The cinematic score is by Sir Richard Rodney Bennett CBE (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Murder on the Orient Express).
Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical, Michael R. Jackson’s Pulitzer Prize – A Strange Loop is hailed as a queer, black masterpiece!
Iconic magician duo Penn & Teller are celebrating their 45th Anniversary as The Kings Of Magic with six special shows at London’s Eventim Apollo.