This autumn, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sparkling new production of Cinderella is coming to the West End’s Gillian Lynne Theatre! Boasting an award-winning creative team and star-studded cast, Cinderella the Musical is undoubtedly one of the most exciting things to happen in the musical world this year...
Cinderella features a sensational musical score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by the Oscar-nominated David Zippel (The City of Angels, Hercules, The Woman In White) as well as a script from critically acclaimed screenwriter Emerald Fennell (Killing Eve and Call the Midwife). Starring as the titular character is Carrie Hope Fletcher (Les Miserables) alongside Victoria Hamilton-Barritt. Grab your tickets now to experience the beloved fairytale transformed into a breathtaking musical production!
Running time: 1 hour 30
Age restriction: 3+
Ticket prices for Cinderella start at £30 and are as expensive as £162 depending on where you choose to sit in the theatre. If you are looking for the best seats in the house, then these can be found in the middle of the Stalls section of the Gillian Lynne Theatre, close to the front and directly opposite the stage. There are also some excellent seats at the front of the Circle where you can enjoy incredible views of the stage.
If you are looking for more reasonable tickets, then there are discounted tickets in the Circle or to the sides of the theatre, which do have some slightly restricted viewing. However, generally seating in the Gillian Lynne theatre provides consistently excellent views.
There are currently no group tickets available for this show.
The Gillian Lynne Theatre is located in central London and is easy to reach using both public transport or by car, but please be aware that the theatre is inside London’s Congestion Charge Zone. The Gillian Lynne Theatre address is:
166 Drury Lane, London, WC2B 5PW
Tube: the closest tube station is Covent Garden (Piccadilly) or Holborn (Piccadilly, Central).
Train: Charing Cross train station is about a 20 minute walk away from the Gillian Lynne Theatre.
Bus: 59, 68, 91, 168, 171, 188, 243 and 521 bus routes stop on Kingsway,routes 8 and 98 stop near Holborn, as well as routes 6, 9, 87, 243 and 341 serving Aldwych.
Car: The Gillian Lynne Theatre takes part in the Q-Park Theatreland scheme which means that you can enjoy 50% off your parking ticket. The closest car park to the theatre is located in Chinatown and is about a 7 minute walk away.
If you have any access enquiries or need to make booking please call 0844 412 48 (calls cost 7p/pm)or email firstname.lastname@example.org prior to your visit. Please tell the theatre of any access requirements before your visit.
Getting into the Venue
There is step-free access to the Gillian Theatre’s main entrance, which is located on Dury Lane. However, there is also an alternative, more accessible entrance for patrons using a lift inside the Stage Door on Parker Mews. Using this entrance, you can access the Stalls and there is a steep ramp over 2 steps to the lift entrance. From here, you can access the wheelchair spaces which are located at the back of the auditorium. Staff are happy to help any access customers with this entrance but please let them know on arrival.
Inside the Venue
There is an at-seat service available for access patrons and staff are happy to help in any way they can.
Transfers are available but you must bring one companion with you. There is a maximum of 2 wheelchair and 1 scooter transfers available.
Cinderella the Musical is showing at the Gillian Lynne Theatre from the 9th October -13th December 2020.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday and Saturday: 7.30pm
Wednesday & Sunday: 3pm
Cinderella the Musical is 1 hour 30 minutes long.
Some of the most famous songs in Cinderella the Musical are “Overture”, “The Prince Is Giving a Ball”, “Cinderella Ball”, “In My Own Little Corner”, “Gavotte”, “Waltz For the Ball”, “A Lovely Night”, “Do I Love You Because You’re Beautiful?”, “When You’re Driving Through the Moonlight “Impossible”, “In My Own Little Corner”.
Carrie Hope Fletcher stars as Cinderella and Victoria Hamilton-Barritt as the stepmother and the rest of the cast is yet to be announced.
Based on the famous fairytale, Cinderella follows the story of a young woman who is forced to live a life of servitude because of her evil stepmother. One night, she is granted a wish by a fairy godmother and attends a ball, where she meets prince charming…
Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote Cinderella the Musical and lyrics are by David Zippel.
Cinderella the Musical is showing at the Gillian Lynne Theatre.
No, Cinderella the Musical is not going on tour in 2020/2021.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella the Musical is expected to premiere on London’s West End in 2019.
Carrie Hope Fletcher is starring as Cinderella.
Cinderella the Musical has a recommended age of 3+
166 Drury Ln, London WC2B 5PW, London1
Friday, 09 Oct
Saturday, 10 Oct
Sunday, 11 Oct
Monday, 12 Oct
Wednesday, 14 Oct
Thursday, 15 Oct
Friday, 16 Oct
Saturday, 17 Oct
Sunday, 18 Oct
Monday, 19 Oct
Wednesday, 21 Oct
Thursday, 22 Oct
Friday, 23 Oct
Saturday, 24 Oct
Sunday, 25 Oct
Monday, 26 Oct
Thursday, 29 Oct
Friday, 30 Oct
Saturday, 31 Oct
Sunday, 01 Nov
Monday, 02 Nov
Wednesday, 04 Nov
Thursday, 05 Nov
Friday, 06 Nov
Saturday, 07 Nov
Sunday, 08 Nov
Monday, 09 Nov
Wednesday, 11 Nov
Thursday, 12 Nov
Friday, 13 Nov
Saturday, 14 Nov