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Elf Musical Tickets4.6/5 - based on 137 reviews
- Opens: Monday, 14 November 2022
Booking until: Saturday, 7 January 2023
- Starring: Georgina Castle, Simon Lipkin
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About Elf Musical
- Opens: Monday, 14 November 2022
Booking until: Saturday, 7 January 2023
Georgina Castle, Simon Lipkin
Elf Musical description
Elf Musical – An elf is for life, not just for Christmas
How does the stage musical differ from the film? For a start, the story is narrated by Santa Claus himself, not Papa Elf. And the sub-plot is slightly different, with Buddy's cynical brother a Santa- denier, someone who doesn't believe in Father Christmas. Other than that, this is the Elf you know and love, brought to the London stage at last to make Britain laugh.. and laugh.
So what if it isn't Christmas? Elf is a magical fairy story for every time of year.
Elf Musical - The story
Little William 'Buddy' Hobbs is an orphan. When he crawls inside Santa's toy sack he mistakenly ends up at the North Pole, where Santa and his magic elves live and work. The elves bring him up, and for all intents and purposes he thinks he's an elf himself.
It takes a few years for Buddy to realise he's much bigger than the rest of the elves and useless at making toys. His elf family tells him the truth and off he goes, with their blessing, to track down his human relatives.
Buddy's dad, Walter Hobbs, is as cynical as the rest of the New Yorkers Buddy meets. There doesn't appear to be a spirit of Christmas in the city at all, and it's a huge problem since people's belief is what powers Santa's magical sleigh.
Faced with the harsh reality that his father is a non-believer and his brother Michael doesn’t even believe in Santa, Buddy vows to win his relatives over and help the entire city rediscover the real meaning of Christmas.
There's a raft of excellent show tunes to enjoy, including the sing-along greats Christmastown, World's Greatest Dad, In The Way, Sparklejollytwinklejingley, I'll Believe in You, Just Like Him, A Christmas Song and plenty more.
Funny, charming and beautifully silly, Elf is a feel-good masterpiece of a musical and is set to find its way into Britain's hearts at the Dominion theatre in 2022. Don't miss it!
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Age restrictionsChildren under the age of 4 cannot be admitted to the theatre. Children aged 15 or under must be accompanied by an adult (at least 1 adult per 10 children). All patrons, regardless of age must have a valid ticket.
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Elf Musical reviews
What to expect:Acting
Recommended for:Anyone (73%)
Latest customer reviews
So glad I went to see this due it only being on over Christmas.. Very good show!
Reviewed on 25 January 2016 by Stephanie, Carshalton, United Kingdom
The Best Show
Reviewed on 04 January 2016 by Lee, Eton, United Kingdom
Never disappoints, fantastic production! Would recommend and would 100% come backs again.
Reviewed on 03 January 2016 by Jack, Sheerness, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 03 January 2016 by Andrew, East Kilbride, United Kingdom
The show was totally amazing throughout the entire cast were excellent.
Reviewed on 03 January 2016 by Julie, Chatham, United Kingdom
Really good version of the film. It's worth the extra money to sit nearer the front
Reviewed on 02 January 2016 by Jerome, New Malden, United Kingdom
What a show....1st class acting and a great way to spend New Years Eve
Reviewed on 01 January 2016 by Lisa, Sleaford, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 01 January 2016 by Poppy, Reading, United Kingdom
We had high expectations for the show as we are huge fans of the film "Elf." However the musical was very different - starting with the absence of Papa Elf, and Santa narrating the story instead. It was such a shame not to have Papa Elf in the show!! I didn't like that Buddy made suggestions of going to bed with Jovie after "going for food" as this was unnecessary and lowered the tone of the story; it wasn't in the film! There were lots of small changes - like Macy's instead of Gimbles, having "The world's best hot dog" instead of the worl's best coffee. Miles Finch was absent, another writer was mentioned in the story - I forget his name now. When Santa's sleigh crashed in Central Park and singing was needed for Chrsitmas cheer Jovie didn't sing "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" like she did in the film, which was a shame I think. It also seemed odd that Emily was dressed (including hairstyle) as if she was from the 1950's - as she wasn't like this in the film. There was an additional storyline where Jovie's Christmas wish was to have dinner at a posh restaurant whilst it was snowing - I'm not really sure why this was added, it wasn't in the film, and my daughter couldn't understand why it was there. At the end of the story Buddy, Jovie, Walter, Emily and Michael all went to the North Pole, whereas in the film just Buddy, Jovie and their baby, Rosie, went back to see Papa Elf. For some reason the baby was changed from a girl to a boy -"Buddy Junior." All in all we were disappointed that the story had been changed too much. The acting was good and the costumes were pretty. Santa's sleigh was impressive at the end when it "flew" out towards the audience. But I don't think we will be going back to see the show next year!
Reviewed on 01 January 2016 by Lisanne, Bristol, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 31 December 2015 by Alexander, Melmerby, United Kingdom
Every aspect was excellent! Really enjoyed it and acting was amazing!
Reviewed on 31 December 2015 by Lucy, Leicester, United Kingdom
Great fun and a good twist on the original Elf storyline. Would highly recommend it
Reviewed on 31 December 2015 by Cyrus, Pontyclun, United Kingdom
Story was ok if never seen film before but expected actual songs or at least some Xmas songs in the show and there were none. Ok show to watch if never seen film.
Reviewed on 30 December 2015 by Massimo, Beford, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 30 December 2015 by Thomas, Deeping St James, United Kingdom
It's a bit different to the movie, but still a great story
Reviewed on 30 December 2015 by Chris, Romford, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 30 December 2015 by Leilah, Reading, United Kingdom
It made me feel like it was Christmas. It made me smile and laugh. I couldn't think of a better show to see with my family.
Reviewed on 30 December 2015 by Kim, Leighton Buzzard, United Kingdom
Amazing loved it!
Reviewed on 29 December 2015 by Matthew, Enfield, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 29 December 2015 by Amanda, Eastbourne, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 29 December 2015 by Christine, London, United Kingdom
absolutely fantastic! gutted the shower scene was missed out but on the whole a fabulous job- loved the endin with the sleigh so magical!
Reviewed on 29 December 2015 by Pearl, Glemsford Suffolk, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 27 December 2015 by Janet, Manchester, United Kingdom
Took the family as a treat on Christmas Eve ages ranged from 19-14 for the kids and they loved it the scene at the end with the sleigh was very magical. Great cast and amazing voices, loved the dancing and one liners in the script. Highly recommend.
Reviewed on 26 December 2015 by Therese, Kelvedon, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 24 December 2015 by Darren, Port Talbot, United Kingdom
Slow first half, better second half. Very festive, despite being a simple story. The musical elements were OK, not the best show ever buy brilliant for children.
Reviewed on 24 December 2015 by Issy, Bishops Stortford, United Kingdom
Amazing show go see!
Reviewed on 24 December 2015 by Pierce, Crowthorne, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 23 December 2015 by Kimberley, Atherton, United Kingdom
The show was fab for families, acting was great, music was ok, a few known Christmas songs at end would be good. Setting wasn't brilliant for money paid, £75 each, and sat at back in circle, couldn't see clearly. Very busy, but queues manageable. Restaurants around theatre were good, but advise booking...... Overall was happy, if a little disappointed with settings!!
Reviewed on 22 December 2015 by Hayley, Westbury, United Kingdom
Excellent show, would recommend it for the whole family.
Reviewed on 22 December 2015 by Sarah, Bristol, United Kingdom
Great show to see just before Christmas, colourful, has humour but feel tickets are very over priced. Works out expensive for a family and as a show for families a very expensive night out.
Reviewed on 22 December 2015 by Tracy, Southend, United Kingdom
Great Christmas show based on the film but with some differences so don't expect a straight copy of the film. Great singing and story telling - a Christmas must see!
Reviewed on 22 December 2015 by Kieron, Bedford, United Kingdom
Fantastic show for all Lovers of Elf the movie. Great for all ages, a real feel good few hours
Reviewed on 22 December 2015 by Paul, Essex, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 22 December 2015 by Tiffany, Wickford, United Kingdom
Ben Forster was outstanding as buddy the elf. A must see for the whole family.
Reviewed on 21 December 2015 by S, Sawbridgeworth, United Kingdom
A fair adaptation of The Elf story which certainly gets you in the festive mood. Ben Forster as Elf is excellent and keeps the musical alive. Everyone else is fairly average I'm afraid to say, which includes lighting and props. Missed opportunity during finale to sing a Christmas song as well. Overall a good evening of Christmas cheese but not raving about this one I'm afraid.
Reviewed on 21 December 2015 by Dave, West Parley, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 20 December 2015 by Joanne, Port St Mary, United Kingdom
Very funny a must see!
Reviewed on 20 December 2015 by Lewis, Ipswich, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 20 December 2015 by Linda, Ipswich, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 20 December 2015 by Matthew, Bedford, United Kingdom
My self, daughters and 7 year old granddaughter thought Elf was just amazing! A birthday treat for my Granddaughter, it was just perfect. A very slick performance, wonderful stage production, great music. A great start to Christmas!
Reviewed on 20 December 2015 by Mandy, Truro, United Kingdom
Ok show but have a suspicious feeling that it was not live singing
Reviewed on 20 December 2015 by Rachel, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 20 December 2015 by James, Yapton, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 20 December 2015 by George, Peterborough, United Kingdom
A great show amazing lead performance ,missing a few fave scenes from the movie But still great
Reviewed on 20 December 2015 by Aaron, Christchurch, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 19 December 2015 by Clinton, Ingatestone, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 18 December 2015 by Corinne, Bushey Heath, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 18 December 2015 by Xena, Rochester, United Kingdom
Most expensive tickets then £10 for a program
Reviewed on 17 December 2015 by Mary, Harrogate, United Kingdom
The first half was very boring - very American - with little humour which is what I was expecting the most We all felt that it was no better than an average pantomime Second half picked up a bit but for the very high price of tickets it was not value for money £100 per ticket is a huge amount of money to pay for a family
Reviewed on 17 December 2015 by Jane, London, United Kingdom
What an uplifting afternoon with festive moments, colours and happy songs
Reviewed on 17 December 2015 by Margaret, Chingford, United Kingdom
Good story line singing great. People there all in the Christmas feeling.
Reviewed on 17 December 2015 by Finbarr, London, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 16 December 2015 by Nicola, Saffron Walden, United Kingdom
Lots of roadworks made transport by taxi slow and box office VERY slow dealing with queue for paper tickets. Go by tube. Why can't it be paperless? Also stood in popcorn queue x 10 mins only to find sweet popcorn served elsewhere. Queue there even slower due to school party.... Meant we were late for second half.
Reviewed on 16 December 2015 by Katherine, Hardstoft, Chesterfield, United Kingdom
Absolutely brilliant, flawless show! Would highly recommend it to anyone, even if you don't like Christmas, this will definitely put you in the spirit! It's suitable for all ages and the set was spectacular. Thanks :)
Reviewed on 14 December 2015 by Matt, Angmering, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 13 December 2015 by Brian, St Albans, United Kingdom
Brilliant seats brilliant show cant fault any of the acting and amazing ending! Merry christmas
Reviewed on 13 December 2015 by Richard, Ashington, United Kingdom
Fabulous show suitable for all the family. Lots of humour, great acting and music.
Reviewed on 13 December 2015 by Jill, West Malling, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 11 December 2015 by Allison, Thames Ditton, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 11 December 2015 by Rajesh, London, United Kingdom
The song at the end isn't the original from the film which was a bit disappointing
Reviewed on 07 December 2015 by Stacey, Newport, United Kingdom
Really enjoyed the show but I do not understand why the tickets were so expensive!
Reviewed on 07 December 2015 by Sharon, Stokenchurch, United Kingdom
Fab show, 100% recommend...
Reviewed on 06 December 2015 by Tracy, Rotherham, United Kingdom
Enjoyed the show. The actor who played Elf was excellent and he made the show. A couple of other actors weren't the best but still a great show and well worth watching.
Reviewed on 06 December 2015 by Zara, Stockport, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 02 December 2015 by Jay, Herts, United Kingdom
Love love loved it! A great show for anyone! Brilliant
Reviewed on 02 December 2015 by Lisa, Crewe, United Kingdom
Buddy the elf was amazing! I didn't think it would be as funny as the film but it was!! Would definitely go again
Reviewed on 01 December 2015 by Laura, Mansfield, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 01 December 2015 by Agnes, Cairnbulg, United Kingdom
Nice scenery, snowy background. Cast cope well with a not particularly easy adaptation from the film. Some scenes too long & it's not for young children. Music/songs fair
Reviewed on 29 November 2015 by Pamela, High Wycombe, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 29 November 2015 by Victoria, Billingham, United Kingdom
Fantastic show thoroughly enjoyed recommend to all x
Reviewed on 29 November 2015 by Lorraine, Kilmarnock, United Kingdom
Liked the show, don't think it's for too younger children! (Some in front us and kept talking and moving about through boredom) Spoilt it a little for us! Also didn't sing the main song from the film, which is one of the best parts about the film! Other than that pretty good!
Reviewed on 29 November 2015 by Melissa, Ashford, United Kingdom
Looked so real. Santa sleigh at the end was brill. Actor playing Buddy was absolutely brilliant
Reviewed on 29 November 2015 by Gemma, Montrose, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 29 November 2015 by Annabelle, Orpington, United Kingdom
I wasn't sure about booking this show due to the high price but it was absolutely worth every penny. The production is fantastic for all ages & it's such a feel good show that if you don't feel Christmassy before you go in you most certainly will by the time you come out.
Reviewed on 28 November 2015 by Doreen, Ellon, United Kingdom
Amazing expierence! I would definitely see it again! (Shame the musical ends in January) Great actors & the story line is pretty much the same as the film! Go buy your tickets if you haven't already!
Reviewed on 28 November 2015 by Trinity, Newark, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 28 November 2015 by Holly, Colchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 27 November 2015 by Stuart, Epsom, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 26 November 2015 by Mike, Banstead, United Kingdom
Very good show for families
Reviewed on 23 November 2015 by Giorgio, Mexico City, Mexico
If you love Christmas believe in Santa and want to get in the Christmas spirit go see If you don't and you're not go see it. You soon will!!! Just amazing great cast!
Reviewed on 22 November 2015 by Tonia, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Very festive and full of Christmas cheer
Reviewed on 22 November 2015 by Janet, York, United Kingdom
It gets you excited before Xmas and gives you Xmas joy
Reviewed on 22 November 2015 by Neil, Dagenham, United Kingdom
Brilliant from start to finish!
Reviewed on 22 November 2015 by Laura, Gorleston, United Kingdom
Extremely disappointed that due to a technical error we didn't get to see the show finale. My wife was terribly upset as she had looked forward to this for a long time and tickets were not cheap!
Reviewed on 21 November 2015 by Robert, Beckenham, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 17 November 2015 by Katie, Aylesbury, United Kingdom
Perfect show for my ten year old grand daughter
Reviewed on 15 November 2015 by Gabriela, Harlow, United Kingdom
The show was amazing from the beginning to the end.
Reviewed on 15 November 2015 by Kathryn, Kendal, United Kingdom
The show was brilliant and would appeal to all. My 3 year old grandson was engrossed throughout. The seat price was expensive - but then on top of that had to pay a further £1 to borrow a booster seat! £10 for a programme and the expensive ice cream/refreshments is greedy
Reviewed on 15 November 2015 by Richard, Reading, United Kingdom
I honestly had the best night last night! So many smiles and lots of laughter! Kimberley Walsh blew me away! I had goosebumps throughout! Definitely want to go again!!
Reviewed on 15 November 2015 by Toni, Newport, United Kingdom
I loved this show, Ben Forster was brilliant. It was easy watching and funny.
Reviewed on 15 November 2015 by Susan, Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 15 November 2015 by Gary, Kingston-upon-thames, United Kingdom
What a show! I've seen a few in London but this tops them all. I will be recommending the show to all my family and friends, worth every penny.
Reviewed on 14 November 2015 by Daniel, Basingstoke, United Kingdom
My mum (46) and sister (13) and me (18) went to see elf and thought it was EXCELLENT! The man who plays elf have absolutely nailed it. Although there are slight changes/differences between the show and film we still loved it! I particularly loves the sleigh at the end but I won't say any more than that as I don't want to spoil it. Our seats said restricted view but it wasn't our view was great and the staff were friendly and chatty before and after the show!
Reviewed on 11 November 2015 by Danielle, Thorpe Le Soken, United Kingdom
The show was excellent but must say the Programme price at £10 after paying £58.50 per ticket was as usual expensive.
Reviewed on 10 November 2015 by Sandra, Burntwood, United Kingdom
Would be awesome with more Christmas songs.
Reviewed on 09 November 2015 by Brett, Padbury, Australia
Great show, buddy was amazing! The little boy and Kimberley's acting wasn't up to scratch, American accents weren't the best
Reviewed on 08 November 2015 by Anna, Cockermouth, United Kingdom
All the cast were excellent and it was a great festive show.
Reviewed on 08 November 2015 by Lisa, Chichester, United Kingdom
A bit privet but well worth the money. An uplifting show with lots going on.
Reviewed on 08 November 2015 by John, Uxbridge, United Kingdom
Buddy ruled the show from start to finish with a cast that amazed.Have your Christmas spirit rebooted
Reviewed on 08 November 2015 by Stephen, Weymouth, United Kingdom
This is my daughter's favourite film and she (age 8) and I wasn't disappointed at all and the snow was an added bonus as we got covered.
Reviewed on 08 November 2015 by Rhonda, Hertford, United Kingdom
Review: ELF at the Dominion Theatre
by Davor Golub | Thursday, November 12 2015, 12:19
There are certain shows where you are painfully aware that you are just not the target audience. Arriving at Elf, which is playing a Christmas season at the Dominion Theatre, I tried vainly to go with the flow and just accept the evening for the light, Christmas treat it is meant to be. However the relentless predictability and lack of theatrical imagination left me frustrated. Yet despite the controversially inflated ticket prices for a family show, the rest of the audience appeared to be having a great time and the show delivered the kind of family entertainment they were clearly anticipating.Review: ELF at the Dominion Theatre
Full cast announced for West End run of Elf
by Oliver Mitford | Monday, August 24 2015, 11:05
The full cast has been revealed for the upcoming West End production of Elf, due to open at the Dominion Theatre from 24 October 2015.Full cast announced for West End run of Elf