Reflective (London Reviews) (75)

London theatre shows that help you reflect on the world around you.

We often look to theatre to help us look deeper within ourselves, and help us to understand the world around us.
Let Show-Score's community of avid theatre fans tell you the best reflective theatre shows playing in London right now!

96
Must See!
2 Reviews
Ends Sep 24
London: Waterloo

Francesca Martinez stars in her debut play about standing up for what you believe in.

95
Must See!
6 Reviews
Ends Sep 04
London: West End

Jack Holden's Olivier Award-nominated play exploring queer culture in the 1980s returns to the West End.

93
Must See!
220 Reviews
Open run
London: Victoria

Revolutionary musical about American founding father, Alexander Hamilton. Winner of 7 Olivier Awards.

93
Must See!
323 Reviews
Ends Jan 2023
London: West End
Olivier Award-winning show inspired by the true events which took place following the 9/11 attacks.
93
Must See!
75 Reviews
Ends Nov 2022
London: West End

Aaron Sorkin's stage adaptation of Harper Lee's classic novel.

91
Must See!
114 Reviews
Open run
London: West End

The West End's longest-running musical has brand new staging at the renamed Sondheim Theatre.

85
Excellent
3 Reviews
Ends Oct 2022
London: Southwark

The Globe presents Shakespeare’s tale of betrayal, love and redemption. 

83
Great
203 Reviews
Ends Oct 2022
London: West End

Olivier award-winning musical by hit songwriters Pasek and Paul ('The Greatest Showman', 'La La Land').

82
Great
2 Reviews
Opens Nov 12
London: Southwark

Dickens' classic Christmas tale about Scrooge and the Ghosts of Past, Present, and Future.

81
Great
28 Reviews
Ends Aug 27
London: London Bridge

Olivier Award winner Alex Jennings stars in a new dark comedy about a conflicted parish priest.

80
Great
1 Review
Ends Aug 27
London: Seven Dials

Dawn King's new play exploring the climate crisis through the eyes of the younger generation.

77
Good
13 Reviews
Ends Sep 04
London: Victoria
Elliot Clay's immersive new musical showcasing the real lives of the generation born between 1981-1996.
Unreviewed
Opens Nov 05
London: Kilburn

Award-winning playwright Amy Trigg pens and stars in her debut play about surviving your twenties.

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100
Must See!
1 Review
Ends Sep 03
London: West End

In this instalment of the Horrible Histories Onstage series prepare to learn all about the Tudors.

Unreviewed
Opens Sep 29
London: West End

A reimagining of Schnitzler's 1912 medical drama starring Olivier Award winner, Juliet Stevenson.

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Unreviewed
Starts Sep 24
London: London Bridge

A revival of the 1896 drama about the dark side of capitalism by Norwegian playwright, Henrik Ibsen.

Unreviewed
Starts Sep 29
London: Hammersmith

Roy Williams' reimagining of Ibsen's Hedda Gabler explores race, identity and class.

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Unreviewed
Opens Sep 09
London: Wimbledon

An award-winning play which examines the events leading up to the untimely death of a young woman.

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Unreviewed
Starts Sep 03
London: Fitzrovia

A retelling of Sophocles' epic story from Inua Ellams ('Barber Shop Chronicles').

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Unreviewed
Opens Aug 25
London: Southwark

The Globe presents a new play about the national hero of France, Joan of Arc.

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Unreviewed
Opens Jan 19
London: Hammersmith

Dynamic theatre company Frantic Assembly presents a 21st-century retelling of Shakespeare's tragedy.

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Unreviewed
Opens Mar 14
London: Wimbledon

Conor McPherson’s Bob Dylan musical set in America's heartland returns to London.

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Unreviewed
Opens Aug 30
London: West End

Gary Barlow celebrates his life and career in a new solo West End show.

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Unreviewed
Opens Nov 29
London: Southwark

A new musical about the South African anti-apartheid revolutionary and leader, Nelson Mandela.

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