It’s great news. Mary Poppins is extending, so there’s more time to experience the magic for yourself. But hurry – this latest six month extension marks the show’s final extension. The Olivier Award-winning Mary Poppins, loved by grown-ups and kids alike, celebrates its final West End performance at the Prince Edward Theatre on 8th January 2023. It’s also delighting audiences in Tokyo and Sydney right now, a real global favourite.
Who’s involved in Mary Poppins?
The stage production originally opened in the West End in December 2004, running for over 1250 performances. The production won two Oliviers and an Evening Standard Award, and the Broadway production ran for more than six years. And it won Best Musical Revival at the 2020 Whatsonstage Awards and Best Set Design and Best Theatre Choreographer awards at the 2020 Oliviers.
- The stage version of Mary Poppins, adapted from the wonderful stories by PL Travers and the original Walt Disney film, continues to be a huge hit around the world since its opening in London 18 years ago
- The original music and lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman
- New songs and additional music are by the Olivier award-winning British team of George Stiles and Anthony Drewe
- The book is by Academy Award-winning screenwriter and Downton Abbey creator, Julian Fellowes
- The production is co-created by Cameron Mackintosh
- The producer for Disney Theatrical Productions is Thomas Schumacher
- This production of Mary Poppins has orchestrations by William David Brohn with dance and vocal arrangements by George Stiles. Sound design is by Paul Gatehouse and lighting is by Hugh Vanstone and Natasha Katz. Co-choreography is by Stephen Mear. The re-imagined set and costume designs are by Bob Crowley
- Co-direction and choreography is byMatthew Bourne
- The director is Richard Eyre
Buy Mary Poppins Tickets
Buy cheap Mary Poppins tickets online via our site for brilliant service. Pick the seats you want using our Prince Edward Theatre seating plan. Then show your etickets at the door of the venue on the day you’ve booked.
About the Prince Edward Theatre
The Prince Edward Theatre looks Italian, and that was the intention. The exterior of the venue was designed in the style of an Italian Palace. The foyer, however, is typical Art Deco. In the 1930s it spent some time as a dance and cabaret hall called the London Casino. Past shows at the Prince Edward Theatre include big-name musicals like Crazy For You, Showboat, and West Side Story.