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Oklahoma – Rodgers and Hammersteins' musical masterpiece

It's a Tony Award winner for Best Musical Revival. It is one of the greatest all-time musical movie greats from Rodgers and Hammerstein. The New York Times calls it “Sexy and timely – I was dazzled that it feels so on point in this era”. And it is due in the West End in 2023. What a treat! If you adored the movie you'll love this updated version, this newly-dazzling musical.

Oklahoma! is a famous 1955 American musical movie. It was inspired by the 1943 musical of the same name created by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein. It starred Gordon MacRae, Shirley Jones, and Rod Steiger. It was the only musical Fred Zinnemann ever directed, and it proved a massive hit on the large and small screen. Now it has been revived in the most marvellous way, and it is winging its way to the UK for 2021.

What's the plot?

The action is set in Oklahoma Territory, before it became a State. It weaves the tale of the farm girl Laurey Williams and her two rival suitors, the cowboy Curly McLain and the scary farmhand Jud Fry. A second romance develops between Laurey's friend, Ado Annie and another cowboy, Will Parker, to enrich the plot.

Running through the story is the theme of Oklahoma's almighty efforts to become a State. At the time there was terrible tension between the needs of cattlemen and farmers, and that also livens up the action.

In 2007 the original film was chosen for preservation in the United States National Film Registry, pinned by the Library of Congress as "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Why go see Oklahoma?

It is more than 75 years since the famous duo Rodgers and Hammerstein reinvented the American musical. Now Oklahoma is back, reimagined for the 21st century in such a way that you won't recognise it.

This is powerful stuff. As New York magazine said, “This production shocked me and moved me. Forget your traditional idea of Oklahoma.”

The Daily Beast agrees, saying, “Daniel Fish’s daring, brilliant, utterly absorbing re-interpretation is dark and different — brilliantly so.”

NY1 calls it “An audacious, sexy, upending ride that is as stimulating and jolting — and as fresh — as last night’s fever dream. OKLAHOMA! is astonishing.”

Who is this show for?

This fabulous musical play is probably best for people aged 14 and over.

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Oklahoma! Ticket Information

  • Booking until:

    Saturday, 2 September 2023

  • Running time:

    2h 50m (incl. 1 interval)

  • Age restrictions

    Recommended 12+. 

    Everyone, regardless of age, must have their own ticket to enter the theatre. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to a ticket holder who is at least 18 years old. Children under the age of 4 will not be admitted.

  • Important Information

    Age guidance:

    Recommended 12+

    Everyone, regardless of age, must have their own ticket to enter the theatre. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to a ticket holder who is at least 18 years old. Children under the age of 4 will not be admitted.


    Show Warnings:

    The production contains haze, smoke, and loud gunshot effects, there are also blackouts and flashing video images. The show contains disturbing themes including mention of suicide and an implied act of sexual assault.
    Corn, corn bread and eggs are handled and consumed on stage during the show.


    Important Covid Information:

    Please feel free to wear a face covering out of consideration for those around you.

  • Cancellations & Refunds

    Once booked, tickets to Oklahoma! are usually non exchangeable and non refundable as per our terms & conditions. In practice, however, we will do our best to accommodate your request as long as we are notified at least 48 hours before the performance. Please contact us for more information.

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Avoid this dark and gimmicky evening out.

Unremittingly aggressive. Dark themes are made darker. Songs are sung with surliness and aggression. Too intense, too long.

D Reviewed on 27 August 2023 by
Llanfairpwll, United Kingdom


Deep and meaningful

Actors were all fab. Storyline was deep (know what it's about before you go). Singing fab and solos all fantastic.

K Reviewed on 19 August 2023 by
Dumfries, United Kingdom


Just fab!

Total revamp of the original show, a few suprises along the way , I loved every moment.

R Reviewed on 16 August 2023 by
Fleet, United Kingdom



Interesting show but was not what we expected. Would not go to see this production again but would prefer something more akin to the original show. Some of the adaptations spoilt it for us. Not a fan of the "dark side".

T Reviewed on 08 August 2023 by
Doncaster, United Kingdom


It's a concert version of Oklahoma

R Reviewed on 06 August 2023 by
Bristol, United Kingdom


Strange adaptation of the original story

A Reviewed on 04 August 2023 by
Glenelg East, Australia



The set is very minimal, no scenery, very little action , quite disappointing, we left at the interval

V Reviewed on 31 July 2023 by
London, United Kingdom


Disappointing revival

It wasn't great. The acting was good, singing superb but the story didn't grip. The part in the middle with one girl dancing was completely pointless. In all sincerity I couldnt recommend the show. Incidentally several members of the audience left early.

F Reviewed on 21 July 2023 by
Middlesex, United Kingdom


Very imaginative and carries you swith I t

A Reviewed on 20 July 2023 by
London, United Kingdom


Nightmare blackout

The fire exit signs should not of been taken of for that length of time. It should of said how long as would never of booked. Would not recommend show as didn't get what was going on most of the time.A lot didn't return after interval and we were very close to doing the same.

N Reviewed on 04 July 2023 by
Worcester, United Kingdom


High Expectations-Disappointing Result

The singing was good but it was hard to hear the talking, the American accents didn’t come through. The only person I could hear was the actor in the blue suit. Very strange ending and also the dropping of the boots at the start of the second half. I wouldn’t recommend it.

A Reviewed on 02 July 2023 by
Scarborough, Australia


Saw it 75&30 yrs agokk

Exciting and cleverly different from before. Avoid if under 12 and the sexual innuendo does nothing for it.

J Reviewed on 18 June 2023 by
London, United Kingdom


Terrible and feel I’ve been misguided

It the Oklahoma I was expecting.

S Reviewed on 14 June 2023 by
Birtinya, United Kingdom


Awful, don't bother

J Reviewed on 08 June 2023 by
Cheltenham, United Kingdom


A different take on an old favourite

If you're a die hard fan of the original production this may not be your cup of tea. My husband started off not enjoying it as he had appeared in a traditional amateur production (a long time ago!) but by the second half he was won over. Acting and singing were excellent and the special effects were very clever. Maybe not a 'family' night out as it's definitely more adult than the original.

L Reviewed on 04 June 2023 by
Strathaven, United Kingdom


Poor sound quality compounded a very disappointing adaptation

T Reviewed on 27 May 2023 by
Edinburgh, United Kingdom


Very disappointed!

L Reviewed on 14 May 2023 by
Parker, United States Of America



No musical at al

M Reviewed on 02 May 2023 by
Madrid, Spain



We found the second part of the show very deep which for us took away the feel good factor of the show.

M Reviewed on 29 April 2023 by
Wigan, United Kingdom



Fresh, sexy, inventive, stripped-back and wonderful ensemble rendering of classic twentieth century musical making it entirely accessible for teenagers to pensioners today. NB The nightt we saw the show the actor playing Lorey wasn't as strong as the rest of the company - was she an understudy?

D Reviewed on 27 April 2023 by
London, United Kingdom


Weirdly creative

Enjoyable but should not be seen with the original show in mind

G Reviewed on 27 April 2023 by
Barnet, United Kingdom


Mostly good

The basic story and the actors were really worth the money, however the interpretation was only average. Whilst in most parts the modernisation was absolutely fine, the modern dance addition straight after the break had nothing to do with the play or the story and neither has the music during this part anything to do with. Although the parts where the dialogues are presented in blackouts are not the best. The singing and dancing otherwise was great.

C Reviewed on 26 April 2023 by
Norwich, United Kingdom


Colourful Rerendering of a Musical Classic

J Reviewed on 24 April 2023 by
Acton Bridge, United Kingdom


Excellent twist on the film version

An excellent, entertaining show with good acting and top notch music and singing. After seeing the Young Vic production, this was "beefed up" with good results. The only downside for me was that I thought the black out times were a little long. Would willingly see it again!

M Reviewed on 23 April 2023 by
Southampton, United Kingdom


So very disappointing!

I would give the stage director, set designer and lighting designer the prizes for the worst show I have seen in the West End for decades. I love 'Oklahoma' and this production was only saved by the music and lyrics of Rodgers and Hammerstein. Why change the ending for no reason, Why blind the audience with over bright house lighting? Why ruin the ballet scene for a 'free dance' with no purpose?? Laurie sang flat and Curly looked as if he had been just brought in off the street outside. The video gag did not work but why should it - quite pathetic and embarrassing. Ado Annie and Jud Fry were excellent. All together a very disappointing evening and clearly my views were shared by several others in adjacent seats. If this really is the Evening Standard's Best Musical I can never trust the ES critic again! So many good musicals in the West End at present but this is not one of them and an insult to audiences and the great work of Rodgers and Hammerstein.

P Reviewed on 22 April 2023 by
Oxshott, United Kingdom


Need more work

I must admit I did see the billboard with havy reviews and star but my expectations was completely broken. Not enough music to support the play and it seem the show was slowed down to buy the time to finish they could make it more lively for those gone to sleep just to wake up call with bit of excitement.

N Reviewed on 18 April 2023 by
London, United Kingdom


Original musical with a twist.

Different adaptation. Quite dramatic. Totally unexpected.

S Reviewed on 18 April 2023 by
Norwich, United Kingdom


Unusual adaptation

The show was not what I was expecting. It was much more meaningful. My interpretation would be that we shouldn’t take things at face value. Homely country folk can very quickly turn very nasty if one of their own is threatened. It reminded me of how the Southern States tried to pull down the shutters on the civil rights movement and turned a blind eye to racist attacks.

T Reviewed on 14 April 2023 by
Belfast, United Kingdom


Not what you expect too scary and dark and very bright lights made me I’ll

I didn’t enjoy the show Though the acting was good particularly the black lady who has the two boyfriends I didn’t like what had happened to the story Why it was so bright I suffer with migraines Why did they have to kill Judd character It was unnecessary and horrific I though it was supposed to be a happy show it your version I found it uneasy with all the dark scenes and unnecessary One of the youths were crying in the audiences . Very disturbing scene Singing a happy song covered in blood Not nice and then he gets up and joins in p The way they all cover up the murder too It was my birthday The lighting was making me ill Never been to a show soo soo bright Such a shame

T Reviewed on 07 April 2023 by
Aveley, United Kingdom


Powerful Spectacular show.

E Reviewed on 06 April 2023 by
London, United Kingdom


A compelling radical take on an old favourite

L Reviewed on 05 April 2023 by
Richmond, United Kingdom


Too contemporary for my tastes

I’ve seen a fair amount of musical theatre and just wasn’t impressed. So contemporary and stripped back that it was a bit dull. The set was VERY stripped back and someone obviously thought it added something to the set by having the audience lit up most of the way through interspersed with a couple of pitch black moments which just didn’t make any sense. Very distracting as you don’t that as the stage is so bland, and the outfits so cheap, your eyes wonder around the audience whose are super illuminated! Not for me.

R Reviewed on 02 April 2023 by
Ealing, United Kingdom


It lacked 'wow' factor!

A Reviewed on 31 March 2023 by
London, United Kingdom


If you think you know Oklahoma, think again

This is no simple story of regular folk triumphing over outsiders and love conquering all! The production brings out all the complexities of competing sexual attractions and jealousy, making the ‘comic’ story of Ado Annie a shadow of the triangle between Laurie, Curly and Judd. And all done with such zest and energy. There is nothing coy or prim about this Oklahoma. Go see!!

E Reviewed on 30 March 2023 by
Derby, United Kingdom


Was seated in the upper circle and the dialogue was very difficult to follow , much of it was in whispered tones or delivered with back to the audience .Overall some of the scenes were dragged out to try and produce a dramatic effect

A Reviewed on 29 March 2023 by
Featherstone, United Kingdom


So disappointing

I am of the age when I remembered the original Oklahoma and although I had heard that it was an up to date remake, this show left me speechless but not in a good way. The whole show was more or less focused around a table where 11 actors told their story and sang the appropriate song. Yes, there where moments of humour but I longed for lovely scenery, beautiful costumes and singing along to the songs I love but no. There were moments in this production where the story left long moments of silence and the atmosphere was lacking. The second half was even worse starting off with an ear piercing piece of heavy metal music and a girl dancing through thick smoke that for me sitting in the grand circle, could not see her properly. The ending was also disappointing. I am sorry to say that for me, this is the worst musical I have seen.

P Reviewed on 27 March 2023 by
Chatham, United Kingdom


Left feeling down. Very sparse set and 1 costume change, which did not match the era. In a word disappointing.

F Reviewed on 26 March 2023 by
Wimborne, United Kingdom



K Reviewed on 24 March 2023 by
London, United Kingdom


New version confusing

This musical does not follow the film story so very confusing

J Reviewed on 17 March 2023 by
Maidstone, United Kingdom


everybody left at the middle of the show, if I could I would leave earlier

G Reviewed on 17 March 2023 by
Jerusalem, Israel


So creative and beautiful. You need to see the whole play to realise how great it is. The band was incredible, the stage and set was amazing. Loved it.

B Reviewed on 12 March 2023 by
London, United Kingdom


An alternative version of a classic show

This is a dark version of the show. It’s very still and was lacking the movement normally associated with the music. It often felt like watching a rehearsal. Ado Annie was fabulous and there were good performances from Will Parker and Ali Hakim but I didn’t leave feeling uplifted. Intact the final scene was disturbing and tragic.

J Reviewed on 12 March 2023 by
Reading, United Kingdom



If you're a fan of the original Oklahoma it's unlikely you'll enjoy this show. The cast were good at their job of singing and dancing. But the original production has been butchered by altering the original wonderful music and parring back far too much the costume and props.My friend who came with me had not seen the original and I had to explain the story, as it got very confusing during the dream sequence and the blood stained faces and clothes at the end was a step too far.

D Reviewed on 09 March 2023 by
Colchester, United Kingdom


Great Good Time Musical done in Modern Way

Great Good Time Musical done In aModern Way

A Reviewed on 05 March 2023 by
London, United Kingdom


Fabulous Toons!

Very entertaining and completely toe tapping.

K Reviewed on 05 March 2023 by
Huntingdon, United Kingdom



Terrible, dull, bad singing..don’t bother

C Reviewed on 01 March 2023 by
Chelmsford, United Kingdom


Arty nonsense, why ruin a great classic

Good cast, but very bare set, and the changed story is just bizarre. Not terrible, but some odd choices and they managed to kill some great music. There is probably some art student writing their thesis on how this dealt with the original troubling storyline, but really I would save your money

S Reviewed on 17 February 2023 by
Katy, United States Of America


Awful version of a wonderful musical

I have never felt like getting up and walking out but I did tonight. Awful

J Reviewed on 16 February 2023 by
Tonbridge, United Kingdom

13 Jun
Emmie Newitt

Sam Palladio And Lizzie Wofford Join Critically Acclaimed Rodgers & Hammerstein's OKLAHOMA!

by Emmie Newitt | Tuesday, June 13 2023, 14:48

New casting has been announced for the West End transfer of the critically acclaimed and Olivier-award winning production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's OKLAHOMA! 

Sam Palladio And Lizzie Wofford Join Critically Acclaimed Rodgers & Hammerstein's OKLAHOMA!
01 Mar
Stuart King

Review: OKLAHOMA! at Wyndhams Theatre

by Stuart King | Wednesday, March 1 2023, 10:04

On a brightly lit, pine wood stage which extends to the facia panels on the walls and boxes around the Wyndham’s auditorium, (effectively rendering them like cheap Western coffin lids) the banjo, guitar and string-strumming band members remain in full sight of the audience from the get go in this production of spectacular extremes. It’s certainly Oklahoma! as you’ve never seen it before, or indeed heard it…or once loved it.

Greg Hicks (Andrew Carnes), Philip Olagoke (Cord Elam) and Georgina Onuorah (Ado Annie) in Oklahoma! Photo by Marc BrennerGreg Hicks (Andrew Carnes), Philip Olagoke (Cord Elam) and Georgina Onuorah (Ado Annie) in Oklahoma! Photo by Marc Brenner.

Review: OKLAHOMA! at Wyndhams Theatre
16 Jan
Eleni Cashell

Full casting announced for OKLAHOMA!

by Eleni Cashell | Monday, January 16 2023, 12:48

Oklahoma musical Further casting has been announced for the upcoming production of OKLAHOMA!

Georgina Onuorah (The Wizard of Oz) joins the cast as Ado Annie, and Phillip Olagoke (The Glass Menagerie) will play the role of Cord Elam.

Full casting announced for OKLAHOMA!
28 Sep
London Box Office

Oklahoma! dates confirmed at the West End’s Wyndhams Theatre

by London Box Office | Wednesday, September 28 2022, 08:15

Oklahoma Tickets The show dates have finally been confirmed for the critically acclaimed smash-hit production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! As booking opens for the West End run we’re seeing a flurry of activity, with people waiting in the wings to experience a musical classic that has been delighting people since it hit Broadway in 1943. The show opens at Wyndham's Theatre on 28th February 2023 and runs until 2nd September 2023.

Oklahoma! dates confirmed at the West End’s Wyndhams Theatre