Piccadilly Theatre

16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY GB

Pretty Woman The Musical

Pretty Woman The Musical Tickets

5/5 - based on 7 reviews
  • Booking until: Saturday, 2 January 2021
  • Starring: Aimie Atkinson, Danny Mac
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About Pretty Woman The Musical

Age restrictions

Suitable for 12+, under 5's will not be admitted. 

Contains some moderate sexual references.

Important Information

Suitable for 12+, under 5's will not be admitted. 

Contains some moderate sexual references.

Performance Times
  • Booking until: Saturday, 2 January 2021
Mon - 19:30
Tue - 19:30
Wed 14:30 19:30
Thu - 19:30
Fri - 19:30
Sat 14:30 19:30
Sun - -
Starring:

Aimie Atkinson, Danny Mac

Pretty Woman The Musical description

Pretty Woman the musical – The classic 1990 movie... re-told

The film Pretty Woman, directed by Garry Marshall, scored a huge hit across the world, a story that captured the imaginations of millions of us. It starred Julia Roberts as a call girl and Richard Gere as a customer, and tells the story of what happens when the couple, each from very different worlds, fall in love. It's a delightful tale and now it's on stage in the form of a musical. Fantastic!

Pretty Woman the Musical features superb tunes and lyrics by Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance and – of course – the legendary Roy Orbison, who wrote the theme tune, Pretty Woman. The book comes from the director of the original 1990 film, Garry Marshall, in cahoots with co-creator J. F. Lawton.

The musical is based on the movie, which was written by Marshall and Lawton, and stars a free spirited Hollywood prostitute called Vivian Ward, chosen by Edward Lewis, a rich businessman, as his escort for seven days and nights of business and social events. As time goes by their relationship develops into something real, something beautiful, and by the end of the story all is well. A happy ending – how lovely!

The original musical production premiered at the Oriental Theatre in Chicago during March 2018, directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell, with Samantha Barks playing Vivian and Steve Kazee as Edward. It made its Broadway debut at the Nederlander Theatre in August 2018 and closed over there in August 2019. Now it's due in the West End for 2020.

The movie grossed an awesome $463 million and cost just $14 million to make, proof of the story's worldwide popularity. Isn't it interesting how some plots seem to inspire millions and others don't? This is one of the former, and that's why we're anticipating a rush on ticket sales.

Pretty Woman comes with sound design by John Shivers and orchestrations by Will Van Dyke, and features a genuine nine piece orchestra: keyboards, guitars, bass, drums, violin, viola, and cello. If you love the music you can buy the Broadway cast CD, by Atlantic Records.

Who is this show for?
Pretty Woman the Musical is recommended for people aged 12 or more.

Next Performances for Pretty Woman The Musical at the Piccadilly Theatre

today18th Feb 2020 7:30pm

16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY GB

Aimie Atkinson , Danny Mac
Thursday20th Feb 2020 7:30pm

16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY GB

Aimie Atkinson , Danny Mac
Friday21st Feb 2020 2:30pm

16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY GB

Aimie Atkinson , Danny Mac
Friday21st Feb 2020 7:30pm

16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY GB

Aimie Atkinson , Danny Mac
Saturday22nd Feb 2020 2:30pm

16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY GB

Aimie Atkinson , Danny Mac
Saturday22nd Feb 2020 7:30pm

16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY GB

Aimie Atkinson , Danny Mac

Pretty Woman The Musical reviews

5 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

What to expect:

Acting
Music
Costumes
Story
Lighting

Recommended for:

Anyone (14%)
Families (14%)
Teenagers (43%)
Couples (71%)
Theatregoers (71%)
Latest customer reviews
Judy
Pretty Woman

An amazing show totally full of energy of energy. We laughed, sang, danced and cried. Suitable for an older teenager and above. Our seats provided a great view, although when the actors used the very front of the stage we could not see without leaning forward. A must see.

Reviewed on 17 February 2020 by , Leicester, United Kingdom

Sarah
Wonderful

Loved the show the girl who played Vivian was a excellent singer also the girl that sang opera everyone was having a wonderful time nothing boring about this show please go

Reviewed on 16 February 2020 by , Highwycombe, United Kingdom

Sharon

Great show but I wouldn’t advise younger children due to a couple of the scenes, doesn’t bother me but could see how some might be offended if not aware of storyline

Reviewed on 16 February 2020 by , Aveley, United Kingdom

Linda
True to the film and more!

This is a must see!! Especially if you love the film/ all the classic lines are there from the film. With the addition of great music and superb dance, the whole story is a wonderful feel good musical. The Bellboy stole the show though! Lovely role.

Reviewed on 15 February 2020 by , Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom

justin
One of the best shows you’ll ever see.

One of the best shows you’ll ever see. From the moment the show starts, you will be totally captivated. Everything you hope to see, every scene you can remember, your favourite lines....and a whole lot more because it’s a musical..... you won’t be disappointed wherever you sit. Just be part of the crowd. I’m booking more tickets....

Reviewed on 14 February 2020 by , Gestingthorpe, United Kingdom

31 Jan
2020
Josephine Balfour-Oatts

PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL Transfers To London's West End Next Month

by Josephine Balfour-Oatts | Friday, January 31 2020, 20:46

Pretty WomanPretty Woman: The Musical is nearly here! Transferring from across the pond, this highly-anticipated production is sure to light up the West End upon its arrival in February.

PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL Transfers To London's West End Next Month