As well as going to see London's top shows, you can also take advantage of a whole host of exciting events and activities throughout the capital.
Apollo Theatre, Tuesday 14 January 5pm. Author Mark Haddon and Olivier-Award winning playwright Simon Stephens talk about the production’s extraordinary journey; from early National Theatre workshops through to its first onstage performances in the Cottesloe and the award-winning transfer to the West End.
Book online or call 020 7452 3000. Tickets are only £4 (£3 concessions).
Taking place on 20 December from 4pm, the festive sing-a-long will be held at TKTS in aid of the Sir Simon Milton Foundation.
Led by the West End Gospel Choir, the carol concert will welcome famous faces from across the West End as well as inviting members of the public to join in with the merry music-making. If a good old sing-song wasn’t enough to get you down to Leicester Square to join in the festivities, seasonal refreshments will also be provided!
Official London Theatre runs regular walking tours of London's Theatreland, led by esteemed Blue Badge Guide Diane Burstein. Choose between learning about the history of some of London's best loved theatres or get an insight into the capital's most haunted theatres and their ghostly secrets. Book now!
Throughout August, children aged 16 or under can go free to a host of top London shows when accompanied by a full paying adult. They can also enjoy a range of free pre- or post-show theatre activities and workshops.
Taking place in Trafalgar Square and featuring showcase performances from every West End musical, live bands and a wonderful array of interactive exhibits from many of London’s top museums, galleries and cultural institutions, West End LIVE is a unique event that has grown to become a hugely popular fixture in London’s entertainment calendar.