Socially distanced shows

The show must go on!

While many productions have unfortunately been forced to postpone due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several theatres, working within government guidelines, have implemented COVID-secure measures in order to re-open some of the West End's well-loved shows. Musicals, plays and stand-up comedy are coming back to London and we couldn't be more excited!

Below is our up-to-date list of socially distanced shows that you can book now. Choose your favourite show below and enjoy this chance to get back into the theatre!
Six the Musical London
Six the Musical London

Six the Musical

The rule of SIX won't hold back this show as it will become the first musical to re-open in the West End when it transfers to the Lyric Theatre in December.

This fist-pumping, tongue-in-cheek 'histo-remix' sees Henry VIII’s famously mistreated wives take centre stage. After sell-out seasons at its current home, the Arts Theatre, SIX is temporarily moving into the larger Lyric Theatre whilst COVID-19 restrictions remain in place. Don't miss your chance to see the Queen's reclaim their West End crowns in this all-singing, all-dancing celebration of 21st century girl power!
From £32.40
30 reviews
Everybody's Talking About Jamie London
Everybody's Talking About Jamie London

Everybody's Talking About Jamie

West End hit musical Everybody's Talking About Jamie is stepping back out of the darkness as it reopens its doors to socially-distanced audiences at the Apollo Theatre.

Inspired by a true story, this heart-warming, high-kicking musical tells the story of a misunderstood boy who overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps into the spotlight, where he belongs. This funny, feel-good, musical sensation, celebrating over three years in London's West End, is the perfect cure to any lockdown blues.
From £24.00
1427 reviews
Here Come The Boys London
Here Come The Boys London

Here Come The Boys

A selection of the hottest stars of Strictly Come Dancing compete for the title of 'King of the Dance' in this sizzling dance extravaganza that arrives at the Garrick Theatre in January after a sell-out tour of the UK.

Aljaž Škorjanec, Pasha Kovalev, Robin Windsor and Graziano di Prima are ready to set the dancefloor on fire in Here Come the Boys. These Strictly superstars will be showcasing their best moves to a soundtrack of thumping club anthems and classic dance hits. 2019 celebrity finalist Karim Zeroual will host the proceedings while showing off a few of his own moves too! Here Come the Boys is a guaranteed treat for any Strictly fans, promising a spectacular showcase of your favourite dancers live on stage.
Death Drop London
Death Drop London

Death Drop

You've never seen a whodunnit like this before! Join RuPaul's Drag Race superstars Courtney Act and Monét X Change as they turn classic crime fiction on its head in Death Drop: A Dragatha Christie Murder-Mystery.

An all-star cast of drag queens, including Kemah Bob, LoUis CYfer, Anna Phylactic, Holly Stars and Vinegar Strokes all arrive at a soiree on Tuck Island, where sordid pasts are revealed and the guests start disappearing one-by-one. The plot twists as the stars sashay, leading to a thrilling and hilarious conclusion that will knock your high-heels off. Fans of Drag Race do not want to miss this!
From £24.00
4 reviews
The Play That Goes Wrong London
The Play That Goes Wrong London

The Play That Goes Wrong

The show must go on, and what better way than with an evening of socially distanced mayhem when The Play That Goes Wrong re-opens at the Duchess Theatre on 19 November! This comedic caper follows the hapless Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society as they attempt to perform a 1920’s murder mystery. Unfortunately for them, the phrase “break a leg” becomes a bit too literal, as sets collapse, actors are incapacitated and lines are thoroughly fluffed.

Mischief Theatre, the team behind The Comedy About a Bank Robbery and Groan Ups, are masters of farce, making this is the perfect show to lift your spirits after months away from the West End.
From £24.00
552 reviews
Mischief Movie Night London
Mischief Movie Night London

Mischief Movie Night

The wacky ensemble behind hits such as The Play That Goes Wrong and The Comedy About a Bank Robbery put their impro skills to the test to create a new Hollywood hit every night.

In Mischief Movie Night the Mischief team create a brand new motion picture with each performance, directed by you! In this hilarious, improvised night of laughs, the cast will take suggestions from the audience such as genre, location and title, then devise a never-before-seen film including score, rewinds and, of course, bloopers. This is an evening of laughs where YOU create the blockbuster.
11 reviews
Jimmy Carr - Terribly Funny London
Jimmy Carr - Terribly Funny London

Jimmy Carr - Terribly Funny

British comedy legend Jimmy Carr pulls no punches in his latest stand-up tour. Terribly Funny gleefully dances over the line of good taste and finds the funny in many of life's most terrible topics.

Household name and host of Channel 4's 8 Out of 10 Cats, Jimmy Carr has had a long and phenomenally successful career in making people laugh. This year, with the lockdown blues getting to so many of us, a good laugh is what we all need. Carr is the man to provide this...but be warned; Terribly Funny is not a show for the easily offended!
From £31.50

Opens June 2021