[Note that long-running shows may have had cast changes since our review was written]
ALADDIN - Price Edward Theatre. Disney stage version of anumated film.
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS - Dominion Theatre. Dance-filled stage version of Gershwin movie musical.
ANNIE - Piccadilly Theatre. 'The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow' musical
BAT OUT OF HELL - Coliseum. Jim Steinman musical built on the classic Meat Loaf albums
THE BOOK OF MORMON - Prince of Wales Theatre. Irreverent Broadway musical about missionaries.
DREAMGIRLS - Savoy Theatre. Broadway musical about Supremes-like girl group.
EVITA - Phoenix Theatre. Touring production of Webber-Rice epic pauses in London
42ND STREET - Drury Lane Theatre. The ultimate understudy-to-star musical.
GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY - Old Vic Theatre. Drama by Conor McPherson incorporating songs by Bob Dylan.
HALF A SIXPENCE - Noel Coward Theatre. New version of Flash Bang Wallop musical
KINKY BOOTS - Adelphi Theatre. Failing shoe factory saved by making sexy shoes for drag queens
LADY DAY AT EMERSON'S BAR AND GRILL - Wyndham's Theatre. Salute to Billie Holiday.
LES MISERABLES - Queen's Theatre. Long-running megamusical follows the criminal gone straight in revolutionary France.
THE LION KING - Lyceum Theatre. Disney's animated film done live, in Julie Traynor's visually stunning production.
MAMMA MIA! - Novello Theatre. A collection of ABBA hits set in a plot about a bride-to-be.
MATILDA - Cambridge Theatre. RSC in musical of Roald Dahl story.
MOTOWN THE MUSICAL - Shaftsbury Theatre. Salute to pioneering African-American record label
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA - Her Majesty's Theatre. First and best of the megamusicals.
SCHOOL OF ROCK - New London Theatre. Andrew Lloyd Webber and film story of unconventional music teacher.
STOMP - New Ambassadors Theatre. The high-energy dance and percussion show.
THRILLER - LIVE - Lyric Theatre. Musical salute to Michael Jackson.
WICKED - Apollo Victoria Theatre. Broadway musical prequel to The Wizard of Oz.
THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS - Palladium. Musical of the family classic.
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