Every day you go to work thinking about the coming weekend and about all the activities that you have long planned to do. Sometimes though, you may want to adjust your plans and include new activities that you will definitely enjoy and one very good example is related to theatre shows. This weekend there are many theatre shows going on, but here are the top twelve you shouldn’t ignore:

1. The Great Gatsby, on June 23 in London

The Great Gatsby is the perfect example of opulence, of luxurious life where there are no boundaries and of rich people trying to buy even non-material things, such as love, with money. This theatre show will take you back to the Roaring Twenties and will show you a different perspective of the American Dream. Go on and get your The Great Gatsby tickets right away, to ensure you can choose some great seats.

2. Micky Flanagan, on June 23 in Leeds

If you have had a terrible week at work, with many challenges handling and you feel exhausted, then a stand-up show is the perfect recipe for you to recharge your batteries. Micky Flanagan promises you will walk out of the room in tears from laughing so much. Just remember to buy Micky Flanagan tickets and to be in Leeds, at First Direct Arena on June 23 by 7.00 pm. You won’t regret it.

3. Matilda The Musical, on June 23 in London

Everyone has seen at least once the worldly renowned movie named Matilda, with that 5-year-old girl with telekinetic abilities. Well, now you can see Matilda in an entertaining musical show that will definitely take you to a place and a time in your childhood when you thought everything was possible. All you have to do is purchase your Matilda The Musical tickets and to save the date: June 23, in London at Cambridge Theatre at 7.30 pm.

4. Death of a Salesman, on June 23 in Edinburgh

Since this weekend is about drama, Death of a Salesman will definitely make for a great theatre show choice. The main theme of the play is also the American Dream, but what makes it detach from any other plays is that every character has their own way of describing it. There have been nearly 70 years from the first time the play reached London, and this weekend, on June 23, you can see it yourself in Edinburgh, at Kings Theatre Edinburgh at 7.30 pm. Go and get your Death of a Salesman tickets today.

5. The Phantom of the Opera, on June 24 in London

The Phantom of the Opera is a classic and must be seen by everyone at least once in a lifetime. The beautiful story between Phantom and a beautiful young woman impressed millions of people from the first day on stage, which is why it won more than 70 theatre awards over the past years. Buy your The Phantom of the Opera tickets from here.

6. Les Miserables, on June 24 in London

Les Miserables is another musical you should add to your “seen list”. It is said this is the second longest running musical in the entire world (the first one being The Fantasticks). Do not miss the chance to get back in time in the 19th century France. See the show this weekend, June 24, in London at Queen’s Theatre. Buy your Les Miserables tickets. Don’t forget to be there by 7.30 pm.

7. The Play that Goes Wrong, on June 24 in London

When Mischief Theatre Company decided to bring to the stage a play called The Play that Goes Wrong, they didn’t imagine their success was going to be so huge. The play is a comedy and people witness a series of disasters, such as mispronouncing words, missing cues, stepping on fingers and so on, that befall the cast during the entire play. Buy The Play that Goes Wrong tickets and turn your Saturday, June 24, into a funnier one. Plays in London at Duchess Theatre at 7.30 pm.

8. 42nd Street, on June 24 in London

“There’s a sunny side to every situation” – this is one of the mottos the 42nd Street musical rules by and tries to convince the audience to think the same way too. With several awards won over the years, this jukebox musical will make you want to get up from your seat and start dancing and singing around. Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London hosts the show on June 24 at 7.30 pm, so look for some 42nd Street tickets.

9. Kevin and Karen Dance - The Live Tour 2017, on June 25 in Southampton

Kevin and Karen are two beautiful and talented dancers that want to leave their audience mesmerised with their amazing dancing moves. If you are a dance aficionado and you are looking for a great way to spend your Sunday afternoon, then you must buy Kevin and Karen Dance - The Live Tour 2017 tickets on June 25, at Mayflower Theatre in Southampton, at 3.00 pm.

10. La Traviata, on June 25 in London

La Traviata is one of the world’s most famous opera by Giuseppe Verdi and it is based on the well-known book “La Dame aux Camelias”. Although all opera’s three acts are in Italian, actors manage to transmit emotion even to non-Italian speakers. If you are in London this weekend, on June 25, buy La Traviata tickets at Royal Opera House, at 6.00 pm.

11. Tape Face, on June 25 in London

If you want to see a different type of theatre show, then Tape Face is the right choice for you. You probably remember Sam Wills from the worldly famous TV talent show, America’s Got Talent, where he got into the finals. He’s a mime, busker and prop comic, known under different names, including Tape Face and The Boy With Tape On His Face. Get your Tape Face tickets for this Sunday, June 25, in London at Garrick Theatre at 7.30 pm and let yourself entertained by one of the greatest mimes alive.

12. Bond in Motion Exhibition Featuring Cars of Spectre, on June 25 in London

If the code “007” means anything to you, you’d better clear your schedule for this Sunday, June 25, for at least a few hours. There is an exhibition presenting cars that appeared in the last James Bond movie, “Spectre”. London Film Museum Covent Garden is the host of the exhibition, but make sure you purchase your Bond in Motion Exhibition Featuring Cars of Spectre tickets before you get there by 11.59 pm.