Wicked

Jenny DiNoia as Elphaba
Jenny DiNoia as Elphaba
© Juho Sim

Celebrate your Halloween by being whisked away on a broomstick with the Wicked Witch of the West at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.

Wicked currently stars Savannah Stevenson as Glinda and recent newcomer Jennifer DiNoia as Elphaba.

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The Woman in Black

Stuart Fox and Gwynfor Jones
Stuart Fox and Gwynfor Jones
© The Woman in Black

Hailed as a West End classic, this is another suitably chilling choice. This show tells the story of Arthur Kipps (Crawford Logan), a junior solicitor who temporarily moves into a house in a village haunted by some truly terrifying secrets.

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Ghost Stories

Chris Levens as Simon
Chris Levens as Simon
© Alastair Muir

Frightening and chilling to the core, Ghost Stories is an intense thriller where three men gather to tell their tales. The perfect choice for Halloween loving audiences with a taste for terror, but not recommended for those under 15 or the easily spooked.

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Thriller Live!

If you're looking for a musical filled Halloween weekend, celebrate with the King of Pop and a hoard of zombies as they dance to the iconic "Thriller" at the Lyric Theatre, along with a plethora of other Michael Jackson and Jackson 5 hits.

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Sweeney Todd

Siobhan McCarthy and Jeremy Secomb
(© Tristram Kenton)

Sondheim's bloodbath musical traces the story of a demonic barber on Fleet Street, determined to get revenge for the murder of his wife. This meaty musical is set in a local pie shop in Tooting for a special Halloween night.

Sweeney Todd stars Jeremy Secomb as Sweeney and Siobhan McCarthy as Mrs. Lovett.

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Macbeth: In Pitch Black

As previously reported by WhatsOnStage, the London Contemporay Theatre Company is staging 'The Scottish Play' with a ghostly twist: the entire show will take place in total darkness. Recommended for ages 12 plus.

Macbeth: In Pitch Black opens tonight at The Place in Bedford before going on tour around the UK.


The Phantom of the Opera

This West End classic is sure to send chills down your spine this Halloween. From the haunting voice of the Phantom (Geronimo Rauch), to the rich magnificent costumes at the Masquerade Ball, a night at Her Majesty's Theatre is just the Halloween ticket.

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The Mousetrap

The longest-running show of all time is one spooky murder mystery spectacle. Join the cast as they gather together to solve a terrifying murder mystery at the St. Martins Theatre.

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NT Live encore screening of Frankenstein

The National Theatre is reshowing its award-winning production in cinemas nationwide. Planned screenings for Frankenstein directed by Danny Boyle and starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, are set to scare and entertain in equal measure.

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Grand Guignol

Grand Guignol traces the story of a psychiatrist who tests the lines between truth and the horrifyingly unreal. Variously described as a black comedy, a thriller and a splatter-fest, Theatre Royal Plymouth's artistic director Simon Stokes leads this 'frightful' production to the Southwark Playhouse.

This production is suitable for 14.

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The Witch of Edmonton


© RSC

The Witch of Edmonton follows the story of Elizabeth Sawyer, a woman who wishes to impose her wrath on those who have wronged her. When her wish is granted and she is given powers, the choice to control her power or use it to seek revenge is ultimately up to her. Eileen Atkins stars.

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Urinetown The Musical

Urinetown follows a group of revolutionaries, led by a heroic toilet attendant, who risk banishment to the infamously mysterious 'Urinetown' for the right to pee. The show is offering discounted tickets to anyone who shows up in fancy dress and says 'Splat' to the box office staff will get a £20 ticket plus the chance to win a 'blood splat'. Watch the above video for more information.

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The Perfect Murder

The stage adaptation of Peter James' bestselling book comes to the New Wimbledon Theatre this Halloween weekend. Victor Smiley and his wife Joan's marriage has reached a crisis point and Victor decides there is only one way to get Joan out of his life forever but he's about to get a nasty surprise...

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Happy Halloween everyone!