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It's dark and miserable outside, so head indoors to wonderful West End shows and marvellous musicals where all is bright and light, moving and marvellous. Here are five of winter's best.
For VIP razzle dazzle
Like your theatre with a dash of disco dancing, a clutch of cross-dressers and a sparkling soundtrack from pop queen Cyndi Lauper? The Tony Award-winning Kinky Boots is where you need to be. Plump for the best seats in the house and add in a bottle of Taittinger Brut champagne for a seriously glamorous night on the town.
For proper belly laughs
From Broadway sensation to London must-see, The Book of Mormon is distasteful, disgraceful and as snort-out-loud funny as you'd expect from the makers of South Park and Avenue Q. We implore you: 'Trust the hype. You’ll be roaring and whooping and standing ovationing your tits clean off."
For your last chance to see
Think X Factor finalist Amelia Lily belting out Green Day anthems on the West End stage and you've got American Idiot. If you loved the 90s punk-rockers (and who didn't), hurry to this Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical — it ends 22 November.
For a definitive West End experience
One of the longest-running shows in West End history, Andrew Lloyd Webber's iconic musical needs no introductions. Bask in the magic of The Phantom of the Opera and see for yourself what all the fuss is about.
For a show starring a horse
No one really expected a play starring a huge puppet horse to be a smash hit. How wrong they were. War Horse has now been delighting and moving audiences for seven years and shows no signs of slowing down. The lifelike movement of the horses needs to be seen to be believed.
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