1. National Theatre 50th Anniversary Print
To celebrate the National Theatre's 50th anniversary this year, five artists were commissioned to produce these stunning prints that will look great on any theatre lover's wall. They start at £17.50 and can be found in the National Theatre shop.
2. Twitter sensation West End Producer's debut book
The masked twitter sensation's debut book Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Acting (But Were Afraid To Ask, Dear) is packed full of the witty and mischievous gossip, insider knowledge and industry ‘tips' that have made him such a hit. Current online price is £8.24 from Nick Hern Books.
Read an exclusive extract of the book here.
3. Digital Theatre Gift Certificate
The popularity of filming stage performances for screen has increased dramatically this year. Digital Theatre's current offering includes Hattie Morahan's award winning performance in A Doll's House, David Tennant teaming up with Catherine Tate for Much Ado About Nothing and the WhatsOnStage Award nominated Merrily We Roll Along. Gift Vouchers are available from £5 up to £100 and can be purchased on their website.
4.Tickets to the WhatsOnStage Awards Concert
With Rufus Hound and Mel Giedroyc confirmed as hosts for a second year running, the WhatsOnStage Awards Concert is a hot ticket this Christmas. The line-up is yet to be announced, but with past performers including Tim Minchin, Melanie C and Brian May, you can be sure it will once again be a star-studded affair.
Tickets start at £39.50, more information about the concert and booking tickets can be found here.
Voting for the WhatsOnStage Awards is now open, choose your favourites here.
5. NOW That's What I Call Musicals
Idina Menzel's "Defying Gravity", Alfie Boe's "Bring Him Home" and Danielle Hope's "Over the Rainbow" are just some of the tracks on this must-have compilation CD for theatre lovers.
Available on Amazon from £10.
Give the gift of theatre this Christmas with Theatre Tokens from the Society of London Theatre. With no expiry date, acceptance at 100's of venues across the UK and values from £5-£20, Theatre Tokens make the perfect gift for someone in your life whose must-see list is longer than their arm.
Find out more on the Theatre Tokens website.
7. Theatre Binoculars
The only tickets left to that must-see show are up in the gods? Not a problem when you receive a pair of these for Christmas. Plus, think of all the 50p's you'll save.
Available from various retailers. The pair pictured above are on Amazon for £25.
8. WhatsOnStage Club Membership
Priority booking, discount rates and free tickets are just some of the perks of being a member of the WhatsOnStage Theatre Club! What's more, this Christmas we are offering a third off the cost of your first year (£30 instead of £40).
Take advantage of this offer and join today by visiting the club page today.
What theatre gifts are you hoping to get for Christmas? Let us know in the comments below.