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Rebecca in London

How popular is this story? The answer is very popular indeed! There have been ten different productions of Rebecca so far, each in a different language, and now it's the UK's turn.

This is the English language premiere of the critically acclaimed musical Rebecca, fresh from the Austrian musical producer Vereinigte Bühnen Wien, created by Michael Kunze and Sylvester Levay, and translated by Christopher Hampton.

Rebecca theatre tickets whisk you to a sinister new world. So far more than two million people have seen and loved the show worldwide. Make your way to the capital's Charing Cross Theatre and lose yourself in a classic thriller inspired by Daphne Du Maurier's 1938 novel of the same name. The 1940 American romantic psychological thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock was brilliant, and this exciting new musical is predicted to be just as good.

Michael Kunze and Sylvester Levay are highly successful German language musical theatre composers. The musical enjoyed its world premiere at the VBW-theatre Raimund Theater in Vienna, Austria, back in early autumn 2006, where it sold out for three seasons.

The orchestra of 18 people is directed by Alejandro Bonatto, who brought the house down with a legendary production of Donizetti's Rita. The translator, Christopher Hampton, is a two-time Tony Award winner for Best Score and Best Book for Sunset Boulevard. He also won Oscars for Best Adapted Screenplay for his work on Dangerous Liaisons and The Father.

What's the plot of Rebecca?

Rebecca weaves 22 original songs into a classic story to recreate a gripping thriller full of intrigue.

The plot is much the same as the novel. Rich Maxim De Winter brings his shy, naive new wife home to his Cornish estate, Manderley. The scary and manipulative housekeeper, Mrs. Danvers, hates her employer's new wife. She manages to persuade her she's not worthy of De Winter or his lovely home. She's nothing compared to the first Mrs. De Winter, who was glamorous and mysterious. But Rebecca drowned in an accident, and the results were tragic.

The full cast and creatives will be announced nearer the time.

Who is Rebecca for?

This is an adult story suitable for people old enough to understand a frightening story and appreciate its subtleties.

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Rebecca Ticket Information

  • Booking until:

    Saturday, 18 November 2023

  • Running time:

    2 Hours 15 Minutes

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    Once booked, tickets to Rebecca 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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Latest customer reviews

All reviews are from customers who have been invited to leave a review just after seeing Rebecca.


Hidden gem

Great show with wonderful score complementing a great story. Clever how the actors utilise the small theatre by integrating the auditorium.

S Reviewed on 18 November 2023 by
Sheffield, United Kingdom


Daphne Du Maurier Classic

Loved the show would highly recommend it. The theatre was small but very cosy, the cast used the whole of the theatre as well as the stage. The music was very dramatic and the story was portrayed with passion and professionalism.

D Reviewed on 29 October 2023 by
Selby, United Kingdom


Must See

The theatre is small but very comfortable and we had good seats so we could see and hear all the action. The story was brilliant and it kept you on your seats as the end was surprising and you get involved with the players. The show is suitable for all ages and everyone seamed to enjoy the performance

C Reviewed on 22 October 2023 by
Ilfracombe, United Kingdom


Great Music, Great Acting, Incredible Plot Twists

Plan to arrive early, as the Charing Cross Theatre can be a bit difficult to find if you don't already know where to look. It's worth the search. "Rebecca" delivers in every way. The costumes, music, acting, and lighting deftly capture the vibe and drama of the period. I felt as if I was in the story, peering at the blue waves of the Mediterranean, smelling the musk of a sad mansion, terrified searching for shipwreck victims ... and those aren't even the best parts. The first act tees you up, and then the second act blows you away with plot twists you can't see coming. Fantastic show.

S Reviewed on 07 October 2023 by
Houston, United States Of America


Absolutely amazing show!

My vocabulary is useless to describe my experience. If I had to review it in four words, I would say: You must see it! Especially if you have read the book or watched the movie. I came home voiceless because of shouting Bravo too loudly. B R A V O!!!

T Reviewed on 09 September 2023 by
Morden, United Kingdom

26 Oct
Emmie Newitt

October Monthly Roundup

by Emmie Newitt | Thursday, October 26 2023, 14:02

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Stuart King

Review: REBECCA at Charing Cross Theatre

by Stuart King | Thursday, September 21 2023, 07:37

Sitting in the stalls of the Charing Cross theatre last evening, I swear there was a discernible creaking of timber. Perhaps not the beams of Manderley about to fall into a smouldering ruin, but more likely Daphne du Maurier shifting restlessly in her coffin, politely inquiring who had had the temerity to stage such a well-meaning yet lacklustre musical version of her classic Rebecca.

Rebecca at the Charing Cross TheatreRichard Carson and Lauren Jones in REBECCA at the Charing Cross Theatre. Photo by Mark Senior

Review: REBECCA at Charing Cross Theatre
26 Jul
Emmie Newitt

July Monthly Roundup

by Emmie Newitt | Wednesday, July 26 2023, 13:56

Summer has kicked off in style with the announcement of exciting new shows and inspiring cast confirmations. Here, we review some of the hottest productions in the West End.

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20 Jul
Emmie Newitt

Cast announced for English language premiere of REBECCA

by Emmie Newitt | Thursday, July 20 2023, 12:59

The eagerly anticipated English language premiere of the critically acclaimed musical REBECCA has announced its cast.

rebecca charing cross theatreRichard Carson, Lauren Jones, Kara Lane

Cast announced for English language premiere of REBECCA
12 Dec
Eleni Cashell

Rebecca musical to open English language premiere in London

by Eleni Cashell | Monday, December 12 2022, 11:40

Rebecca tickets

The wait is finally over! After 12 hugely successful foreign language productions, the critically acclaimed musical Rebecca is coming to London!

This brand-new production will run at London's Charing Cross Theatre between 4 September - 18 November 2023.

Rebecca musical to open English language premiere in London