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The Most Wonderful Plays to See about Love

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Valentine’s Day may be over but we’re still feeling the love. And we want to spread lashings of serotonin to you, dear C&TH reader. If you need a little love in your life, book to see the below plays about love, on now, that will melt any heart and provide a surge of L-O-V-E that every human deserves – especially post Valentine’s Day. Love, love, love!

The Most Wonderful Plays to See about Love

Counting Sheep

Counting Sheep

What?

This play, part of Vault Festival, is based on the real-life experiences of Mark and Marichka Marczyks whose forever-fighting love prevailed throughout the tumultuous 2014 Kiev Uprising.

Where?

The Forge, The Vaults, Leake St, London SE1 7NN

When?

27 January – 17 March

How?

Tickets are £26.50 via vaultfestival.com

Aladdin

Aladdin

What?

A Disney classic brought to extraordinary life. Adventure, thrills, and of course love – the love between Jasmine and Aladdin overcomes hierarchy, poverty and privilege. At the same time, it’s a light-hearted sing-a-long!

Where?

Prince Edward Theatre, Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4HS

When?

Booking until 29 June, group booking to 17 August

How?

Standard tickets start at £22.25 via delfontmackintosh.co.uk

The Starry Messenger

The Starry Messenger

What?

Two lonely souls find each other under a starry night sky… chance meetings, life-re-evaluating and catastrophic events. Starring Broadway legend Matthew Broderick making his West End debut!

Where?

Wyndham’s Theatre, Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DA

When?

16 May – 10 August

How?

Standard tickets from £4.75 via delfontmackintosh.co.uk

Leave to Remain

Leave to Remain

What?

No, not about Brexit. It’s a modern love story, one following couple Alex and Obi in London whose relationship takes a turn when a visa issue comes into play.

Where?

Lyric Hammersmith, Lyric Square, King Street, London W6 0QL

When?

18 January – 16 February

How?

Tickets are £10 to £44 via lyric.co.uk

Betrayal

Betrayal

What?

Tom Hiddleston and Zawe Ashton star in this reverse romance play following a seven-year relationship. It’s moving and it’s emotional, but it’s also humorous and thrilling.

Where?

The Harold Pinter Theatre, Panton Street, London SW1Y 4DN

When?

5 March – 28 May

How?

General tickets are £15 – £99.50 via atgtickets.com

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