Top-Scoring Shows - Off-West End (London Reviews) (14)

Members are giving these productions high scores

96
Must See!
565 Reviews
Ends Mar 23
London: Barbican

The RSC's six-time Olivier Award-winning stage adaptation of the hit fantasy movie.

94
Must See!
370 Reviews
Ends Mar 30
London: Southwark

A new British musical based on the story of the iconic 1985 fundraising concert Live Aid.

94
Must See!
1K+ Reviews
Ends Aug 2024
London: London Bridge

The Bridge Theatre's immersive production of Frank Loesser's classic comedy musical.

92
Must See!
467 Reviews
Ends Mar 15
London: Covent Garden

The return of intimate candlelit concerts with a string quartet playing songs from hit musicals.

91
Must See!
317 Reviews
Ends Mar 23
London: Holborn

An Olivier Award-nominated musical about a teenager with dreams of becoming a drag queen.

91
Must See!
295 Reviews
Ends May 2024
London: Victoria

The London premiere of the jukebox musical adaptation of the cult hit 1999 movie.

88
Excellent
448 Reviews
Open run
London: Waterloo

A revival production of Agatha Christie's intense courtroom drama.

86
Excellent
242 Reviews
Ends Apr 07
London: Charing Cross

A new musical based on the 1980 Western movie starring Clint Eastwood.

86
Excellent
36 Reviews
Ends Feb 24
London: Southwark

A major revival of Stephen Sondheim's musical exploring the Westernization of Japan in the mid-19th century.

85
Excellent
25 Reviews
Ends Mar 02
London: Shepherds Bush

Sophia Chetin-Leuner's award-nominated drama examining the state of NHS mental health services.

83
Great
9 Reviews
Ends Mar 16
London: Waterloo

Beth Steel's new play about a larger-than-life family struggling with a changing world.

82
Great
16 Reviews
Ends Mar 16
London: South Hampstead

Tony Award-winner John Logan's play inspired by the fractious relationship between Alfred Hitchcock and Tippi…

80
Great
21 Reviews
Ends Apr 2025
London: Richmond

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

71
Good
37 Reviews
Ends Mar 02
London: Hammersmith

A new adaptation of Franz Kafka's tale of cruelty and kindness, commissioned by Frantic Assembly.