Based on the iconic 1990 romantic comedy starring Julia Roberts, Pretty Woman: the Musical transfers from Broadway to the West End from February 2020! Following the heart-felt journey of a free spirited Hollywood prostitute and a wealthy businessman, Pretty Woman has become a classic, timeless love story and can now be experienced on stage!
Directed by the two time Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde, Hairspray) and with an original musical score written by Grammy winner Bryan Adams, Pretty Woman: The Musical has already grossed over 1 million dollars on Broadway and is expected to be a sell-out show at the West End. Grab your tickets now and watch pretty woman strut her stuff on stage!
Recommended age: 12+
When wealthy and successful businessman Edward hires prostitute Vivan to accompany him at business events, they do not expect their relationship to blossom the way it does. Not wanting to let Vivian go, Edward hires her for the weekend and their bond becomes even stronger. How will they make it work when their worlds are so drastically far apart...or are they more similar than it seems?
Pretty Woman: The Musical ticket prices range from £40 to £195 depending on where you choose to sit. The Piccadilly Theatre is one of the biggest in the West End with an incredible capacity of 1164 seats.
It is divided into the Stalls, The Royal Circle and The Grand Circle. The best seats in the house, albeit the most expensive, can be found in the middle of the Stalls and at the front of the Royal Circle. If you are looking for the best value seats, these can be found at the back of the Royal Circle and the Grand Circle.
If you are interested in cheaper tickets, we recommend that you look for tickets at the back of the Royal Circle and in the Grand Circle. Although these seats have slightly limited views of the stage, they still provide an excellent theatrical experience.
Discounts are available for groups of more than 10. Please contact the theatre if you are a group of more than ten.
Getting thereThe Piccadilly Theatre can be accessed by both public transport and by car. However, we recommend that you take public transport as this is much easier. Here is the full address of the theatre:
16 Denman Street
Tube: the nearest tube station to the theatre is Piccadilly Circus which serves the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines.
Train: if you are planning on taking the train, the nearest train station is Charing Cross.
Car: you can park in the NCP car park which is in Denman Street.
Please contact the theatre beforehand if you need any help with access on 0800 912 6971, they are happy to help you move around the theatre. Given that bars are not accessible, staff will bring drinks to your seat.
There is an access toilet in the Royal Circle next to Box C. There is only one wheelchair space in the Royal Circle but the theatre can do transfers and store up to four wheelchairs.
Pretty Woman: The Musical is showing at London's West End from Thursday 13 Feb 2020 - 2 Sat January 2021Showtimes
Mon - Sat at 19:30
Wed and Sat at 14:30 and 19:30
Recommended age: 12+
Running time: TBC
Warning: strobe lighting is used in the performance
Aimie Atkinson as Vivian Ward, Danny Mac as Edward Lewis, Rachael Wooding as Kit De Luca, Bob Harms as Happy Man/Mr Thompson, Neil McDermott as Philip Stuckey, Mark Holden as James Morse. The cast is completed by emma Alexander, Andy Barke, Kimberly Blake, Katie Bradley, Oliver Brenin, Alex Charles, Olly Christopher, Ben Darcy, Daniel De Bourg, Hannah Ducharme, Nicholas Duncan, Paige Fenlon, Damon Gould, Alex Hammond, Antony Hewitt, Matt Jones, Serina Mathew, Katie Monks, Lily Wang, Joanna Woodward, and Charlotte Elisabeth Yorke.
The main songs are in "Welcome to Hollywood", "Anywhere but Here", "Something about Her (Preamble)", "Something about Her", "I Could Get Used To This", "Luckiest Girl in the World", "Rodeo Drive", "Anywhere but Here", "On a Night like Tonight", "Don't Forget to Dance" , "Freedom", "You're Beautiful", "Welcome to Our World (More Champagne)", "This Is My Life", "Never Give Up on a Dream", "You and I", "I Can't Go Back", "Freedom", "Long Way Home", "Together Forever" .
Pretty Woman the Musical is 2 hours and 25 minutes long.
Based on the much-loved 1990s film, Pretty Woman the Musical is about an escort, Vivian, who accompanies wealthy Edward to events. However, their relationship becomes much more than simply being transactional.
No, Pretty Woman the Musical is not going on tour.
Lyrics were written by Bryan Adam and Jim Vallence. The book was written by Garry Marshall and J.F. Lawton.
Pretty Woman the Musical is showing at Piccadilly Theatre in London.
Pretty Woman the Musical first premiered at the Oriental Theatre, Chicago.
Jerry Mitchell directed Pretty Woman the Musical.
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