This is such exciting news. The Royal Shakespeare Company’s hugely popular West End production of Matilda The Musical is returning to the Cambridge Theatre from 16 September 2021, ten years after it first opened. So far it has been seen and loved by over 10 million people in more than 90 cities around the globe, and it's a well-deserved multi-award winner of a show. Funny, touching and wonderfully naughty, this is an absolute classic.
Who’s involved in RSC's Matilda The Musical?
Adapted from Roald Dahl’s fabulous 1988 book, this highly unusual musical premiered at Stratford-upon-Avon in 2010. It quickly transferred to the West End and received rave reviews, billed as a tonic for audiences of every age. These days it's one of the most iconic British musicals of the past decade, starring a powerful, determined young heroine with a remarkable imagination. No wonder it's the proud winner of 99 international awards including 24 for Best Musical. And no wonder Matilda The Musical is the 6th longest-running show in the West End... ever!
- Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company with Denise Wood and Griselda Yorke as Executive Producers
- Developed with the support of Jeanie O’Hare and the RSC Literary Department
- Written by Dennis Kelly
- Music and lyrics by Tim Minchin
- Direction 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 by Paul Kieve
Buy Matilda The Musical Tickets
Book your Matilda The Musical tickets online here and secure the perfect seats thanks to our Cambridge Theatre seating plan. We'll send E-tickets to your email address for you to present on the day of the performance.
About the Cambridge Theatre
You'll find the Cambridge Theatre on an unusual triangular corner site on Earlham Street, facing Seven Dials in the London Borough of Camden. Past shows at the Cambridge Theatre include Jerry Springer the Opera, Something Wicked This Way Comes, Dancing in the Streets and Chicago.