A much-loved musical classic, Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat is back to burst into the theatrical arena to dazzle audiences this Summer. Following the compelling tale of Joseph, who is gifted with the exceptional power of predicting people’s dreams, Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat is a daring and imaginative musical production which has captured the hearts of many.
With an incredible musical score written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice, which features numbers such as Any Dream Will Do, Close Every Door to Me and Go, Go, Go Joseph, Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat has been a popular musical amongst school theatre groups and touring companies. Feel the magic of this unique theatrical production live on stage and grab your tickets now!
Running time: 2 hours (including interval)
Recommended age: 3+
Joseph, the son of Jacob and one of twelve sons, is known to be a dreamer. When he is given a technicolour dreamcoat by his father, his brothers become exceedingly jealous as they know Joseph is their father’s favourite. Selling Joseph to slavery and fooling their father that Joseph is dead, Joseph finds himself in Egypt where he becomes a slave to an Egyptian millionaire, Potiphar and life continues to worsen. Will dreamer Joseph’s seemingly bleak future change for the better?
Tickets for Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat range from £24 to £180. The London Palladium theatre has a capacity of 2,286 seats and is divided into three sections: Stalls, the Royal Circle and the Grand Circle. If you are looking for the best seats in the house, with excellent views of the stage, then these are unarguably in the centre of the stalls, fairly close to the stage. However, most of the seats in the Stalls provide excellent views and there are also great seats at the front of the Royal Circle.
If you are looking for more reasonably priced tickets, then these can be found at the back of the Grand Circle or in the wings of the theatre where there is slightly restricted viewing. Although you may not be able to have the same view of the stage, these seats still provide an unforgettable theatrical experience.
Group TicketsIf you are a group of 10 people or over, you can enjoy some group ticket discounts:
Bands A (Stalls and Royal) tickets are reduced to £51
Valid Monday to Friday Eve & Wednesday/Thursday Matinee
Bands C (Grand Circle only) tickets are reduced to £34
Valid Monday to Friday Eve, 8th & 15th July Matinee, 2nd September Matinee
10+ Education Groups
Bands C reduced to £26
Valid Monday to Thursday Eve, 8th & 15th July, 2nd September Matinee
The London Palladium is a huge West End Theatre with a capacity of 2,286 seats and is situated in the City of Westminster, just off Oxford Street. The easiest way to get to the London Palladium is by public transport, however you can also access the theatre by car. Here is the London Palladium address:
8 Argyll Street London, W1F 7TF
Tube: the closest tube station to the London Palladium is Oxford Circus Station which serves the Bakerloo, Central and Victoria lines. The theatre is about 100 metres away from this station. Tottenham Court Road underground station, which serves the Central and Northern lines, is about an 800 metre walk from the theatre.
Bus: if you are taking the bus then you can take bus lines 6, 13, 23, 94, 139, and 159 from Oxford Circus (Stop RG), which is very close to Regent Street
Car: The London Palladium theatre is close to the Q Park Oxford Street, which is only a few minutes' walk away. The theatre is within the daily congestion charge for central London from 7am to 6pm Monday to Friday.
The London Palladium access line is 020 7087 7966 and you can also contact the theatre by email on firstname.lastname@example.org. We recommend that you either call this number or contact the theatre by email prior to you visit if you have any questions.
The London Palladium has a level access ramp to the Stalls which is located to the left of the main entrance on Argyll Street. Attendant at the front of the building are there to assist with access to the door and help patrons to their seats.
Inside the London Palladium
There are access seats in the Stalls section of the auditorium, to the left hand side in row L, O, Q and S. London Palladium staff are there to assist patrons to their seats via lifts or ramps. However, please be aware that the other two areas of the auditorium are not very accessible to wheelchair users. The measurements of the lift, which takes you up to the stalls, are 900mm in width and a depth of 1.2 metres.
Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat is showing at the London Palladium from 2nd July 2020 until 6th September 2020.
Monday - Saturday 7.30pm
Wednesday & Saturday: 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Sunday 26th 1pm &5pm
Wednesday- Saturday 7.30pm
Wednesday & Saturday 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Sunday 1pm & 5pm
Wednesday 2nd - Saturday 5th 7.30pm
Wednesday 2nd & Saturday 5th - 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Sunday - 1pm & 5pm
Any Dream Will Do, Jacob and Sons , Joseph's Coat, Joseph's Dreams , Poor, Poor Joseph, One More Angel in Heaven, Journey to Egypt, Potiphar, Go, Go, Go Joseph , Pharaoh's Story , Pharaoh's Dream Explained, King of My Heart, Who's the Thief?, Benjamin Calypso , Joseph All the Time
No, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is not going on a UK tour in 2020.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat follows the captivating story of Joseph, who is one of 12 brothers and is given a technicolor dreamcoat by his father, Jacob. His brothers become jealous, stealing the coat and selling Joseph to salvery and he is taken to Egypt. Finding himself a slave to the Pharaoh, Joseph the dreamer finds he has the natural gift of reading people’s dreams.
Who wrote Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat musical score? Casting for the 2020 production is still unknown.
The musical score was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is 2 hours long.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is showing at the London Palladium Theatre.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is based on the story of Joseph in Genesis.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat first premiered in 1972 at the International Edinburgh Festival.
Yes, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a 1999 film.
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