Top 10 selling shows on WhatsOnStage in June
We count down our hottest tickets this month
10. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
Simon Stephens' adaptation of Mark Haddon's Whitbread Book Award-winning novel, about a boy with behavioural difficulties who turns detective, continues to charm audiences three years after it opened at the National Theatre.
Gielgud Theatre, open run.
9. Bad Jews
Theatre Royal Bath's production of Joshua Harmon's comedy, centres on a group of relatives fighting over a treasured family heirloom left by a beloved grandfather.
Arts Theatre until 11 July.
8. American Buffalo
Damian Lewis, John Goodman and Tom Sturridge starred in Daniel Evans's production of David Mamet's American Buffalo.
Wyndham's Theatre, now closed.
7. Bend It Like Beckham
Gurinder Chadha directs the stage adaptation of her 2002 film starring Jamie Campbell Bower, Natalie Dew and Lauren Samuels with music by Howard Goodall
Phoenix Theatre, open run.
6. Love Me Tender
Platinum selling singer Mica Paris stars in the UK tour of this Elvis musical, currently playing the Regent Theatre, Stoke.
On tour until Sept 2015.
5. An Intimate Evening with Liza Minnelli
Liza Minnelli, winner of four Tony Awards, an Oscar, a special "Legends" Grammy, two Golden Globe Awards, an Emmy and a BAFTA gets up-close and personal with her British fans on stage in the West End.
London Palladium on 20 September then tour.
Imelda Staunton stars alongside Lara Pulver and Peter Davison in this long-awaited revival.
Savoy Theatre until 28 November.
3. Derren Brown: Miracle
The multi-award winning acknowledged master of psychological illusion is back with his seventh show since 2003.
Currently on tour, Palace Theatre from 11 November.
2. Guys and Dolls
Chichester Festival Theatre's acclaimed production transfers to the West End as part of a UK tour, with Sophie Thompson and Jamie Parker reprising their roles for a limited 13-week run.
Savoy Theatre from 10 December.
1. Farinelli and the King
Mark Rylance stars in Claire van Kampen's play, which premiered in the Globe's Sam Wanamaker Playhouse in February.
Duke of York's Theatre from 14 September.