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- Box office times Mon–Sat 10am–8pm.
- Website www.nimaxtheatres.com
The oldest theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue was opened in December 1888, built with the proceeds of Cellier & Stephenson's proto-musical-comedy Dorothy. The Lyric has been a West End mainstay ever since, hosting transfers of hit shows such as Blood Brothers, Five Guys Named Moe, Burn This and Festen.
The nearest tube is Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo/Piccadilly) and the theatre is served by the 14, 19, 22B, 38, 53, 88, 94 and 159 bus routes.
There are 7 events at this location
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An Evening With Mikhail Zhvanetsky
Russia's most famous living satirist arrives on the London stage with his signature leather briefcase filled with jokes and observations, delivering his entire routine in Russian.
Gower, Cowdrey & The Holy Bail
Former England cricket captains David Gower and Chris Cowdrey hit the road in celebration of more than 40 years of friendship from schoolboy beginnings to Ashes-winning innings, sharing fun-filled anecdotes and personal insights about the sport that shaped their lives.
The Gruffalo's Child
all Stories presents Julia Donaldson's Gruffalo sequel, following the adventures of his child as she sneaks out in the night to see if the Big Bad Mouse really does exist.
Wed 22 Nov
Thu 23 Nov
Fri 24 Nov
The Showstoppers: Improvised Musical
Audience suggestions become an all-singing, all-dancing show as the comedy troupe create a brand new musical from scratch at every performance.
- Directed by: John Maher (musical director)
- Written by: Adrian Grant (adapt)
A celebration of Michael Jackson and The Jackson 5 featuring top hits and some stunning multi-media razzmatazz.
WeGotTickets Musical Comedy Awards
Ten finalists perform eight minutes of their musical comedy material in front of a panel of top industry judges to win the coveted prize. Hosted by Tina T'urner Tea Lady.
What The Ladybird Heard
- Written by: Julia Donaldson (adaptation)
The Ladybird has a plan to prevent a prize cow from being stolen. Based on Julia Donaldson's popular children's book.