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Matilda The Musical Celebrates its 10th West End Anniversary!

Matilda The Musical We have three cool pieces of news for you, rolled into one. First, Matilda The Musical is celebrating 10 years in the West End, an awesome achievement. Second, the booking period has just been extended until 18th December 2022. Third, there's some new behind-the-scenes video for you to enjoy, including interviews with members of the cast and creative team.

Who's involved in Matilda The Musical?

Matilda has been seen by almost 4 million people in London alone. It has won 99 international awards including 24 for Best Musical. In total it has been enjoyed by more than 10 million people in over 90 cities around the world. There's an upcoming film adaptation in the pipeline too, with the involvement of the musical's dream team; director Matthew Warchus, writer Dennis Kelly, and the creator of the music and lyrics, Tim Minchin.

  • Written by Dennis Kelly
  • Music and lyrics by Tim Minchin
  • Developed and directed by Matthew Warchus
  • Designed by Rob Howell
  • Choreography by Peter Darling
  • Orchestrations, additional music and musical supervision by Christopher Nightingale
  • Lighting by Hugh Vanstone
  • Sound by Simon Baker
  • Special effects and illusions are by Paul Kieve
  • The brilliant cast remains the same – happy 10th anniversary to you all!

Buy Matilda The Musical Tickets

Book your Matilda The Musical tickets online with us and choose the best seats with our handy Cambridge Theatre seating plan. We'll send convenient E-tickets to your email address – all you do is show them at the door on the day of the performance.

About the Cambridge Theatre

The Cambridge Theatre is an Art Deco classic, complete with stunning bronze friezes by Anthony Gibbons Grinling. Keep your eyes open for them – they're amazing. In 1984 the venue became London's first theatre for magic, but the move proved disastrous and it closed after a year. In 1986 it was returned to its original splendour. Past shows at the Cambridge Theatre include Chicago, Dancing in the Streets, Fame, and Grease.