Coming to Birmingham Hippodrome from May 9 to 13, it follows the story of music hall singer Fanny Brice as she is catapulted to fame on Broadway. It's a musical favourite with timeless songs like People and Don't Rain On My Parade.
Funny Girl, which is renowned for making a star out of Barbra Streisand, has had huge success in London's West End and now embarks on a UK tour.
Heartwarming musical Billy Elliot has to be one of the must-see musicals of the year in Birmingham. The multi-award winning production embarks on its first national tour after winning over crowds in London's West End.
Billy Elliot was a sensation in London's West End
With music by Elton John and an array of big, impressive dance routines, Billy Elliot the Musical is at Birmingham Hippodrome in the Spring of 2017 from March 7 to April 29.
Based on the popular film starring Julie Walters and Jamie Bell, the audience follows talented northern ballet dancer Bill in the 1989's while his family cope with the struggles of the miners' strike.
Emotive, dynamic and with fabulous dancing, it's a show that is sure to impress.
Another popular film that has transferred to stage, The Wedding Singer aims to capture all the fun and energy of the Adam Sandler smash hit film.
Go back to the 1980's with The Wedding Singer
Starring Ruth Madoc from Hi-de-Hi, Ray Quinn, X Factor's Cassie Compton and Waterloo Road's Roxanne Pallett, The Wedding Singer will be at New Alexandra Theatre from May 23 to 27.
This comedy is set in 1985, so expect plenty of retro neon costumes and big hair as the story sees New Jersey wedding singer Robbie Hart struggle with his job after getting dumped by his fiancée at the altar.
Bringing misery to the weddings he's performing at, Robbie's only hope of getting back to normal, and believing in love again, is through his friendship with the sweet natured Julia.
If you are thinking of taking children, there is parental guidance advised due to the occasional use of strong language.
There's a well known cast for this dazzling musical, also known as The Birdcage.
Songs like I Am What I Am have made La Cage aux Folles a favourite
EastEnders' actor John Partridge and Adrian Zmed, who starred as Officer Vince Romano in TV show T.J Hooker, lead the cast, which also includes singer Marti Webb.
The dazzling show including songs The Best of Times, Song on the Sand and I Am What I Am will be at Malvern Festival Theatre from February 7 to 11.
With the backdrop of a glamorous nightclub, the story follows drag artiste Albin and his lover in Georges St Tropez whose lives are turned upside down when Georges' son Jean-Michel becomes engaged to the daughter of a notorious right-wing politician.
It's a big budget show that also featured additional music and lyrics by John Entwistle and Keith Moon and a cast of 22 performers and musician.
Tommy follows the story of a pinball-playing deaf, dumb and blind boy who triumphs over his adversities. The show will feature a creative use of audio description, captioning and British Sign Language interpretation to enhance the experience for everyone.
The show has transferred over from Broadway in New York and features all the favourite characters from the programme but a few years on when Wednesday Addams has grown up and fallen in love with a normal human being.
At Birmingham Hippodrome from June 6 to 10, the show has an age guidance of 12 as it contains some strong language and sexual themes.