A to Z of shows at London Fringe and Off West End theatres


Below you'll find our up-to-date list of current and upcoming shows at London's Fringe and Off West End Theatres.


Click a show name for full details and link to book tickets.


For our list of shows at London's West End theatres - click here.



9 to 5 The Musical
A Christmas Carol
Aaron and Julia
Adventurous
Aladdin
Aladdin 2021
Anything Goes
Beauty and the Beast
Beginning
Big Deal Drama and Dance Junior
Birds and Bees
Carousel
Chang And Eng And Me (and Me)
Chicago The Musical
Dear Tomorrow – Hope From Home
Dial M for Murder
Dick Whittington
Doctor Who: Time Fracture
Dragons and Mythical Beasts
Dream
Footloose
Gigi Star and her Vocal Cords of Magic
Good Grief
Graduates at Cadogan Hall
Grease The Musical
Grimm Tales For Fragile Times and Broken People
Hairspray
Have You Heard
Hear Me Roar
Late Night Staring at High Res Pixels
Looking Good Dead
Love In The Lockdown
Moment of Grace
Mr. Adam
My Best Friend's Wedding The Musical
Peter James Looking Good Dead
Peter Pan
Punching Horses
Rapunzel - A Tangled Tale
Red Riding Hood
Redemption Room
Romeo & Juliet
School of Rock
Sharon 'n' Barry Do 'Romeo & Juliet'
Singin' in the Rain
Six The Musical
Sleeping Beauty
Sleeping Beauty
Snow White And The Seven Dwarves
Strictly Ballroom
   -   The Churchill Theatre
   -   New Wimbledon Theatre
Talking Gods
The Addams Family
   -   New Wimbledon Theatre
   -   The Churchill Theatre
The Commitments
The Da Vinci Code
   -   Richmond Theatre
   -   The Churchill Theatre
The Great Gatsby
The Musician: A Horror Opera For Children
The Pirates Of Penzance
The Simon and Garfunkel Story
The Snowman 2021
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
The Tempest
The Understudy Play
The Wolf of Wall Street
Thunderbirds: Beyond the Horizon
Treason
Waitress
   -   New Wimbledon Theatre
   -   The Churchill Theatre
We Will Rock You
   -   New Wimbledon Theatre
   -   The Churchill Theatre
West End Musical Drive In
What's In A Name?
Witness for the Prosecution
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