Off-West End

London’s Off  West End Theatres bring audiences a vibrant and constantly changing calendar of productions for audiences of all ages. New writing, revivals, dramas, musicals, comedy, children’s programming are all represented. Whether the theatre is a space over a London Pub or a more purpose-built spaces Off West End venues are a great way to see great-quality small scale theatre driven by talent. Readers can find show news and a directory of Off West End Theatres on this page. Please join our Mailing List if you would like news on Off West End productions delivered to your inbox.

Off-West End Theatre Shows and Tickets

Lift the musical at Southwark Playhouse cast announced

Casting has been announced for the revival of Lift the musical playing at Southwark Playhouse from 13 May 2022.

Editor’s Choice April 2022 – The Best in Upcoming Theatre

Theatre is back! April 2022 is going to be a brilliant month around Britain and here are the Editor’s choice of shows we can’t wait…

But I’m A Cheerleader the musical extends at Turbine Theatre

But I’m A Cheerleader : The Musical extends its run at the Turbine Theatre, Battersea until 8 May and welcoming new cast members.

Operation Mincemeat moves to Riverside Studios until 9 July 2022

Following three sold-out runs at Southwark Playhouse, Operation Mincemeat moving to Riverside Studios from 28 April to 9 July 2022.

Mark Ravenhill to direct queer reinvention of La Boheme at King’s Head

Mark Ravenhill will direct a contemporary queer reinvention of Puccini’s classic opera La Boheme at the King’s Head Theatre from 26 April.

Bush Theatre announce 50th birthday season

The Bush Theatre has announced its 50th Birthday Season continuing their quest to discover and develop new writers, directors, creatives and acting talent.

FIRST LOOk: David Mamet’s The Woods, Southwark Playhouse

David Mamet’s The Woods gets its first UK revival at Southwark Playhouse with Francesca Carpanini and Sam Frenchum. First look photos

FIRST LOOK: But I’m A Cheerleader the musical at Turbine Theatre

First look production images of But I’m A Cheerleader the musical now playing at the Turbine Theatre Battersea have been released.

Rain and Zoe Save the World gets world premiere at Jermyn Street

Rain and Zoe Save the World by award-winning playwright Crystal Skillman is to get its world premiere at London’s Jermyn Street Theatre

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