Let Show-Score's community of avid theatre fans tell you the best London theatre shows that are not musicals! Read London Theatre reviews from our members and their picks for the best plays running in London right now!
The European Premiere of Cirque du Soleil’s new steam-punk-inspired show.
Matthew Modine stars in Aaron Sorkin's stage adaptation of Harper Lee's classic novel.
The critically acclaimed psychological illusionist returns to the West End with his new show.
The stage adaptation of Rebecca Watson's debut novel about a woman facing an all-consuming trauma.
The eighth story in the Harry Potter series told in an epic 2-part play. Winner of 9 Olivier Awards.
A revival production of Agatha Christie's intense courtroom drama.
Channing Tatum's 90-minute show male stripping show.
Olivier Award-winning comedy where everything goes wrong for the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society!
Cheryl stars in this supernatural thriller set in a haunted house.
A West End revival of the 1982 Olivier Award winning comedy by English playwright Michael Frayn.
Zachary Quinto & David Harewood star in James Graham's U.S. political drama.
Amanda Abbington, Reece Shearsmith & Frances Barber star in Steven Moffat's satirical play.
Agatha Christie's mystery drama has been entertaining audiences for a record-breaking 70 years.
Susan Hill's best selling ghost story is hauntingly retold in this chilling stage adaptation.
Punchdrunk's new immersive show inspired by Greek mythology.
Emma Corrin stars in Neil Bartlett’s new adaptation of Virginia Woolf's feminist classic.
Jenna Coleman & Aidan Turner star in Sam Steiner's comedy about the boundaries between work and play.
Travis Alabanza’s debut play that puts London’s underground club culture in the spotlight.
The UK premiere of comedian Alex Edelman's critically acclaimed one-man show.
The Globe presents a lively production of the well-loved Shakespearean comedy.
Channel 4 Playwriting Award winner Joe White's play about addiction and love at first sight.
Stefano Massini's epic drama charting the rise and fall of the infamous investment firm Lehman Brothers.
Multi-award-winning author Zadie Smith's playwriting debut.
The improvised comedy based on Jane Austen's novels returns to the West End.