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London Shows for Valentine’s Day

With the season of love fast approaching once more and Valentine’s Day coming back around here are some show suggestions for nights out with your date or even for dates with your mates.

If you’re looking to book tickets then look no further than London Box Office who offer tickets for all London theatres so make the perfect place to buy tickets.

Here’s a selection of the shows that may suit for the perfect Valentine’s theatre. 

Guys and Dolls
The Bridge Theatre's remarkable production of Guys and Dolls continues to delight audiences. 

The immersive in-the-round production places the audience right into the action with the choice of standing and seating tickets as you follow the story of unlikely love as the worlds of gambling and religion meet. 

Photo by Manuel Harlan.

The cast is currently led by Celinde Schoenmaker, George Ioannides, Daniel Mays, Marisha Wallace and Cedric Neal. With a cast change on February 24th, it's your last chance to catch Daniel, Marisha and Cedric in the production.

One of the hottest tickets around this production is unmissable. Tickets are available from

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie
Making a deserved return to London as part of the current UK and Ireland tour is the delighting Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. The show follows Jamie New, a sixteen-year-old who dreams of becoming a drag queen and has the ambitious idea to wear a dress to his school prom.

The musical premiered at Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre in 2017 and has enjoyed runs in the West End, on tour and internationally. It has been adapted into a movie by Amazon Prime and continues to fill the hearts of the audience with its celebratory joy.

Photo by Matt Crockett

The cast is led by rising star Ivano Turco as Jamie, John Partridge as Hugo/Loco Chanelle, Giovanna Fletcher as Miss Hedge, Rebecca McKinnis as Margaret New, Shobna Gulati as Ray and Talia Palamathanan as Pritti Pasha.

Catch Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Peacock Theatre from 8th February until 23rd March and is touring with dates booking until July. London tickets are available from

The Choir Of Man
Spend at night at The Jungle for a celebration of community and friendship. The musical is a gathering of mates for storytelling and song featuring a tie-rapping with songs by artists including Queen, Adele, Guns and Roses, Katy Perry and more.

Photo by The Other Richard

A cast of nine multi-skilled actor-musicians brings together this 90-minute musical with great heart, and plenty of beer! There’s even an on-stage bar serving pints before the performance. 

The musical premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017 and has called London’s Arts Theatre home since 2021. Tickets are available for the show which is playing an open-ended run from

The Royal Shakespeare Company production of Hamnet is "a beautiful exploration of love and loss" and turns the focus on the family life of William Shakespeare and his wife Agnes. 

Lolita Chakrabarti’s production has its world premiere in Stratford-Upon-Avon in April 2023 and transferred to London’s Garrick Theatre in September. The cast is led by a magnificent Madeleine Mantock as Agnes Hathaway and Tom Varey as William Shakespeare. 

Photo by Manuel Harlan

The production is playing its final weeks and only runs until Saturday 17th February. Tickets are available from

The King and I
The Rogers and Hammerstein classic musical is back in the West End with a run at the Dominion Theatre.  The Tony-Award winning Lincoln Center production has already enjoyed runs at The London Palladium and on a UK and Ireland tour.

The show tells the story of an English schoolteacher, Anna Leonowens, who travels to the Kingdom of Siam (now Thailand) in the 1860s to teach the children of the King of Siam. The musical explores the cultural clash and evolving relationship between Anna and King Mongkut. Leading the production are Helen George and Darren Lee.

Photo by Johan Persson.

The King and I plays at the Dominion Theatre and is booking until Saturday 2nd March 2024. Tickets are available from

The Little Big Things
The Little Big Things is a hit new British musical that has been taking the West End by storm at Theatreland's newest theatre, Soho Place.

The show is based on the real life of memoir Henry Fraser, who at the age of 17 suffered a life-changing accident that crushed his spinal cord. Paralysed and wheelchair-bound Henry's determination shone through as he conquered unimaginable difficulties to reach a place where he embraces life. 

Photo by Pamela Raith

Nick Butcher and Tom Ling's pop-infused soundtrack is a toe-tapping joy that soars as this moving uplifting production will touch your soul. Jonny Amies and Ed Larkin share the role of Henry pre and post-accident and lead a tremendous cast that includes Linzi Hateley and Alasdair Harvey

The run at Soho Place ends on Saturday March 2nd so do not miss out on this sensational show. Tickets are available from

Bronco Billy
Buckle up for a new Western comedy as the 1980 film that starred Clint Eastwood makes its UK premiere at the Charing Cross Theatre.

Life is tough for a gang of fast-drawing, trick-riding, disco-dancing Wild West roustabouts and their travelling show. When the troupe’s leader Bronco Billy collides with the extraordinary Antoinette Lilly, a tough Manhattan heiress who’s running for her life, the crazy, wild adventure that follows is upbeat and highly unusual, with themes exploring love, reinvention, the importance of family, and what it means to live your dream.

Photo by The Other Richard

The cast is led by Emily Benjamin and Tarrin Callender with music and lyrics by Chip Rosenbloom and John Torres, and the additional lyrics are by Michele Brourman. 

The production is booking until 7th April with tickets available from

The Time Traveller's Wife
After a world premiere success at Chester Storyhouse, this beautiful musical will take to the stage at the Apollo Theatre.

The Time Traveller’s Wife: The Musical is based on the 2003 book by Audrey Niffenegger, a gorgeous and complex novel that whisks readers backwards and forwards in time, following a time traveller’s husband and his wife’s whirlwind relationship.

Photo by Johan Persson

Lauren Gunderson has adapted this complicated story for the stage, with original music and lyrics by Joss Stone and Dave Stewart. There’s additional music by Nick Finlow, plus additional lyrics by Kait Kerrigan. With a cast led by David Hunter and Joanna Woodward.

The production is running until Saturday 24th February. Tickets are available from

If none of these shows appeal there are plenty of other options including Mamma Mia!, The Phantom of the Opera, Moulin Rouge and many more. Visit to see the full roster of available tickets.

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