Top 10 selling shows on WhatsOnStage in July
We count down our hottest tickets this month
10. 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, 20 September then tour.
9. The Audience
Now closed, Kristin Scott Thomas received high praise for her portrayal of the Queen in the revival of Peter Morgan's award-winning play.
8. 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. WhatsOnStage Review.
7. The Commitments
Jamie Lloyd's production based on the novel by Roddy Doyle enters our top ten as theatregoers take advantage of discounts prior to the show's closing later this year.
Palace Theatre, until 1 November. WhatsOnStage Review.
6. Jersey Boys
The hit musical charting the success of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons continues to be a hit with WhatsOnStage readers still "Beggin'" to see Michael Watson and Co. "Walk like a Man".
Piccadilly Theatre, open run.
The RSC and Tim Minchin's production is still a top favourite for everyone at WOS HQ and, so it seems, with our readers too as it jumps up to number five in this month's best selling shows. A new cast announcement is possibly also to thank for its increased ranking.
Cambridge Theatre, open run. WhatsOnStage Review.
4. Farinelli and the King
A rare chance to see Olivier Award-winner Mark Rylance on stage has had people parting with their hard-earned cash this month. Although a trip to the Duke of York's needn't break the bank, £10 tickets are still available.
Duke of York's Theatre, 14 September - 5 December. WhatsOnStage Review.
3. In the Heights
One of the most anticipated revivals since Robbie reunited with Take That, Lin Manuel Miranda's multi award-winning show is returning to London at the King's Cross Theatre. One of the hottest tickets this year.
King's Cross Theatre, 3 October - 1 November. WhatsOnStage Review.
If you haven't seen the spectacular Memphis yet, where have you been? Beverley Knight brings the house down night after night in this Broadway transfer, now starring X Factor winner Matt Cardle in a critically acclaimed theatre debut.
Shaftesbury Theatre, booking until 31 October. WhatsOnStage Review.
Starring the fabulous Imelda Staunton, Gypsy continues its strong ticket sales. This is one of those shows you'll tell the Grandkids about.
Savoy Theatre, until 28 November. WhatsOnStage Review.