Piccadilly Theatre

16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY GB

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Annie Tickets

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Piccadilly Theatre

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Starring: Miranda Hart, Craig Revel Horwood

Booking until: Sunday, 18 February 2018

Tickets from £24.00
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Performance Times
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
15:00 15:00 15:00
19:30 19:30 19:30 19:30 19:30

Age restrictions

No under 5s.

Booking from:
Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Booking until:
Sunday, 18 February 2018

Annie first appeared on the capital's stage way back in 1977, and proved an instant hit. The show's famous charm made friends and influenced people from day one, thanks to a compelling plot studded with a string of classic show tunes including Le Girls, Easy Street, You’re Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile and the iconic Tomorrow.

This is Nikolai Foster’s 40th anniversary production of Annie, and for Miranda Hart the role of Miss Hannigan is a dream. Hart follows in the famous footsteps of Carol Burnett, Sheila Hancock, Sue Pollard and Paul O’Grady, set to make her own unique mark on the role of one of theatre’s favourite baddies. It's set to open at the magnificent Piccadilly Theatre in early spring 2017, and it's already being tipped at this summer's biggest musical smash hit.

Directed by Nikolai Foster, the show is produced by Michael Harrison and David Ian. There's a book by Thomas Meehan, the music comes from Charles Strouse and the lyrics by Martin Charnin. The costumes come from Colin Richmond, the choreography is by Nick Winston, lighting by Ben Cracknell, sound by Richard Brooker and musical direction by George Dyer. As Miranda Hart herself says, “I hope people will leave the theatre feeling life is a little better and dreamier and jollier after watching it, as much as we feel that performing it.

What's the story? Based on the popular comic strip Little Orphan Annie, the musical follows the life of young Annie as she progresses from an unloved and neglected orphan to the beloved daughter of a billionaire. The action is set in 1930s New York, during the Great Depression, where Annie and her fellow orphans endure a miserable life thanks to Miss Hannigan, a drunk whose orphanage is a truly hellish and cruel place.

Little Annie’s luck changes fast when she's chosen to spend Xmas with the billionaire, Oliver Warbucks. He and his staff soon fall head over heels with Annie, who is feisty and full of life, but the evil Miss Hannigan and her cronies are determined to grab a slice of the billionaire's fortune. Do they succeed? Come and see for yourself. It's one of two classic musicals to hit the London stage this summer, the other being Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

Miranda Hart will be playing Miss Hannigan until 17th September 2017.

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Press Reviews

Puts a smile on your face and a tear in your eye. A GLORIOUS REVIVAL The Times

Feel-good escapist joy. Fun, riotous and heartfelt Radio Times

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based on 49 reviews


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A bundle of creative fun!

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Loved the show, volume of music just right (not over loud!) with every member of the cast performing brilliantly.

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Great fun

Brilliant show, we had a fantastic time.

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Lovely family show

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Sound design needs a revamp

Intelligibility in the cheap seats was poor and the show wasn't mixed well for the cheap seats - the band was pushed unnecessarily at times. The audience also needed some education in audience etiquette....

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Wonderful performance!

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Annie was fabulous!!

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A fantastic music show

We loved the show and sat by one of the young actresses parents . We told him we thought the show was magic

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This is the first show i have seen in London and i would highly recommend!

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A proper musical

A slow burner , a rather boring bland 1dt half, but a good 2nd made the show worthwhile

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exciting, fun

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Great music

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Fun, warming whole heartedly recommend

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great experience with the family

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Feel good factor

What a great afternoons entertainment enjoyed by 3 generations. No swearing, sex or violence which makes a change. Craig was fab as Miss Hannigan and we felt the whole show had a strong ‘feel good ‘ factor Ice creams etc VERY overpriced considering ticket prices. Delivery of refreshments to seat a great innovation

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Love the Story!

A simply classic show to take your kids!

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Annie good

Show was fast moving, professional with good music and dialogue throughout.

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Don't go - really poor sound and vocal quality - give it a miss and go somewhere else

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A must see by all!

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Must see

lively show with some great acting especially from the young ones.

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Good entertainment

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Great fun. Brilliant acting and singing. The children were outstanding.

We had fabulous seats. Singing was brilliant and the acting outstanding. The children were very enthusiastic and took great roles portrayed to perfection. Very funny in parts and we enjoyed the storyline and music. Great show for all ages, especially children.

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With the star absent, this is just an average performance

With the star dust missing - Miranda Hart was 'indisposed' - this performance of Annie was really nothing special. On the plus side, the choreography was good. On the downside whilst the singing was ok, Annie's voice on the high notes was a bit ear-splitting at times.

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Fun for the children I am sure but despite some good acting the whole show was rather dull and uninspiring. Difficult to distictly hear the child actors but whether this was the acting or poor sound quality was difficult to tell.Mirande Hart did not appear on the night and there was no advance warning. Prices too high for the poor seating

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Magical afternoon!

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Must see

This show was fantasic. The young actors were excellent. Miranda was great. Would recommend this show to all ages from 7 upwards.

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Great night out

Loved Miranda but equally the children were amazing especially the young ones and also Annie

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very good all round show

The cast were very talented and the junior members did themselves proud. Good mix of humour throughout and a cast that looked like they were enjoying what they were doing

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Loved the show

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Review: ANNIE THE MUSICAL at Piccadilly Theatre

20 Oct 2017 in Reviews

Annie The Musical - London West End This West End revival of the 1972 musical ANNIE has all the hallmarks of a great night in London’s theatreland; uplifting songs, fast-paced dance numbers, stunning sets and a show-stopping performance from a dog.

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Craig Revel Horwood to play Miss Hannigan in Annie

06 Aug 2017 in Casts

Annie The Musical These days you need a star in a West End show to keep the box office busy. It wasn't always thus. Back in the 1980s producer Cameron Macintosh made the show itself the the main attraction with mega-hits like Les Miserables and it didn't particularly matter who was in it, the public were just excited to see Les Mis regardless of who happened to be playing Jean Vajean.

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Review: ANNIE at the Piccadilly Theatre

24 Jul 2017 in Reviews

Annie - Miranda HartIt's always tricky as a critic when the negativity you feel about a production isn't shared by the audience around you. So although I found the current revival of Annie at the Piccadilly Theatre weak for a number of reasons, people all around me were loving it and gave the evening a standing ovation; so I'm allocating it four stars inspired by their reaction and not the three which reflect my grumbles.

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ANNIE’s on her way!

05 May 2017 in News

Annie - Miranda Hart There's no bad news about the musical Annie. I absolutely love it so it’s exciting to learn that rehearsals have started and to learn a little about what we can expect when the vintage Broadway show is revived again at the Piccadilly Theatre, starring TV favourite Miranda Hart, who's best known for her role in drama Call the Midwife and for her own, much loved sit-com Miranda.

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Piccadilly Theatre
16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY GB

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  • Air conditioned
  • Bar
  • Infrared hearing loop
  • Member of Q-Park scheme
  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair/scooter access

Theatre Info

  • Capacity: 1200
  • Year built: 1928