Booking until: Saturday, 25 May 2019
Recommended for ages 7+, children under 4 will not be admitted. Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by adult during the performance.
The producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist, which is always subject to illness and holidays.
Circle row A Restricted View warning - Balcony wall (row A). It is recommended that these seats are for customers who are 5’8” (173cm) or taller but are suitable for most adults.
Wednesday, 27 September 2006
Saturday, 25 May 2019
See Wicked for witches, special effects and great family fun!
If you love The Wizard of Oz you’ll enjoy Wicked, the madcap story of the two witches who star in Dorothy and Toto’s splendid adventure, in which Glinda the good witch and the Wicked Witch of the West take to the stage, wowing full-house family audiences night after night. One coveted Grammy award for the show album, three Tony awards and an Olivier award make this one of the West End’s most popular family musical productions.
Wicked – The story
Glinda the good witch and the green faced Wicked Witch of the West were young once. This is the story of their youth, and how they became the women they are. Wicked tells the tale of a deep friendship between the two girls, who meet as sorcery students at Shiz University. Glinda is popular and pretty, but Elphaba is green, constantly misunderstood because of her colour and manner.
It sounds like a simple plot. There are some splendid special effects. But behind the flames and drama there’s a surprisingly poignant tale. The real beauty of Wicked is that it leaves you wondering what’s right and what’s wrong. How would you respond to loneliness and isolation… would you turn out like the Wicked Witch of the West? There are some excellent comic moments to relieve the drama and with a storyline like this, no wonder Wicked is such a great night out for grown-ups as well as children.
Wicked is famous for creating an amazingly powerful theatre atmosphere and manages to pack the house every night. The cast have received rave reviews. And the show’s score is rapidly embedding itself in our culture, just like the scores of so many great West End musicals.
Wicked song list
Wicked is a wonderful crowd-pleaser and the special effects, beautiful costumes, cool choreography and clever plotting make it a favourite with people who, as a general rule, don’t like musicals. Act one of the show’s catchy score includes twenty or so catchy tunes including No One Mourns the Wicked, Dear Old Shiz, The Wizard and I, What Is This Feeling?, Something Bad and Dancing Through Life. Popular, I'm Not That Girl and One Short Day, A Sentimental Man and Defying Gravity.
Act two thrills audiences with rousing songs including Thank Goodness, Wonderful, As Long As You're Mine, No Good Deed, March of the Witch Hunters and For Good.
Wicked theatre tickets
Bear in mind that Wicked does contain adult themes, and it’s recommended for children over 7. We offer excellent seat and ticket availability and a wide choice of seat options, from premium and full price tickets to discount Wicked tickets, with prices to suit every budget.
Recommended for ages 7 and over (children under 4 not admitted).
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Eight years in the West End would tire some musicals, but it's only matured Wicked into one of the country's strongest and most enduringly popular shows. Enlightening, hilarious, heartbreaking and suitably magical – if you haven't seen it yet, do Harper's Bazaar
We must all be off to see this Wicked and wonderful vision of Oz Evening Standard
The hit musical with brains, heart and courage The Sunday Telegraph
Prepare for a riot of colour, drama, magic and fun in this spellbinding show OfficialLondonTheatre.com
A thrilling theatrical experience with brains, heart and courage Metro
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based on 3006 reviews
Must see musical!
Only my second musical in London and it was amazing! I've been humming the songs all day!
Andrea London Box Office customer
Wicked by name, wicked by nature!
Wicked is an explosion of colour, sound, lights and music. Be prepared to be led into the magical world of Oz yet again in which the story is, in my opinion, a prequel to The Wizard of Oz and adds to the whole story, giving even more credibility to the characters. Superb, first rate acting, with great humour and such outstanding and talented singers! I loved the vivid colours and lighting on the set and was fully immersed and drawn into the show. I highly recommend.
Elaine London Box Office customer
Wicked was Wicked!
Jill London Box Office customer
Could not be better!!!!!!!!!
Haelee London Box Office customer
Like a poor pantomime - not for me
3 adults went to see. We did not enjoy at all - the songs weren’t catchy, we could not empathise with the characters and the story was difficult to follow and not interesting. It reminded us of a poor pantomime - we were grateful when it ended
Joanne London Box Office customer
A Wicked Masterpiece
What an unbelievably great show. My first west end theatre experience was nothing but magical. Thank you everyone. I have to say both girls vocally were magnificent. Blew me away. Laura pick was amazing. Had the hair on the back of my neck tingling each time she sang. Big big future I see for her.
keith London Box Office customer
Great show for anyone with little girls it would be amazing I’m a 46 year old man so for me it was a little to much singing high pitched.
Nicholas London Box Office customer
great show. Must be seen. Not to be missed
martin London Box Office customer
We spend a fairy evening with it. Lights, costumes, music, singers. We liked too much!
Corinne London Box Office customer
graham London Box Office customer
I had a great evening
Sebastien London Box Office customer
Francesca London Box Office customer
Our best experience ever. My cousin and I visit London every year with our granddaughter and daughter now aged 8years. Our trip includes seeing a show and we can honestly say this was the best experience ever. We were seated in row C which was ideal for the girls. The talent, costumes, music and effects were of a very high standard. Afterwards the girls waited at the stage door and were fortunate enough to have their programmes autographed by "Glinda" who was very warm and interactive with the girls. A night to remember. Thank you
Janice London Box Office customer
Okay I suppose...
Story left us feeling a bit abandoned at the end...unsatisfactory ending that was quite abrupt. Also, songs were very much the same all the way through - with the words being very difficult to distinguish in most songs. This meant we lost elements of the story. Great scenery, consumes and lighting and also some excellent singing. Still a good show but wouldn’t recommend this as someone’s first musical.
Phil London Box Office customer
Spencer London Box Office customer
collette London Box Office customer
show was excellent
Ian London Box Office customer
HOLMAN London Box Office customer
Absolutely amazing would recommend everyone go and see wicked
Heidi London Box Office customer
We believe the show would’ve been better for ourselves if we had got better seats. Unfortunately from the circle we couldn’t tell who was who, who was talking, and what the actors even looked like. We were squashed in like sardines which meant it was absolutely impossible to go to the toilet or bar mid-performance. The singing was sometimes to ear piercing you weren’t sure what they were saying - which meant you lost some of the story plot.
sarah London Box Office customer
Fantastic voices and acting. If you love the wizard of oz, then you will love this story.
Helen London Box Office customer
Stunning show!not to be missed!
Alpana London Box Office customer
Great for adults, great for kids! The theatre is spacious and airie and the service was excellent, they even bring drinks and snacks to your seat. The seat were comfy too!
DEAN London Box Office customer
Monika London Box Office customer
Still banging out a good show
- music was too loud in some places as head microphones echoed shrilly around the theatre. Felt a bit Pantome in places
Melissa London Box Office customer
Absolutely loved it.
Loved the show!
Daniel London Box Office customer
Colourful, engaging and suitable for the whole family
Fantastic show, great storyline, brilliant singing and acting. My husband and 2 teenage children also thoroughly enjoyed it!
Danielle London Box Office customer
Hilary London Box Office customer
Some of the staff in the theatre were rude
lydia London Box Office customer
Went with my 19 year old daughter who is not usually a fan of musicals however she really enjoyed it.The theatre is stunning ,the best one I’ve been too in London,and the costumes,set ,acting,singing were excellent .It was entertaining from the outset.
Angela London Box Office customer
Lovely entertaining show great storyline beautiful costumes and so fa and singers Magnificant
I found the waiter at the bar quite rude so make sure you get it a proper queue or he will just ignore you and hold his hand to your face to stop you pointing out you were actually next in the queue and circle row P 8 freezing cold as if air conditioning blowing so take extra layers.
Jo London Box Office customer
Had so looked forward to this show. Came away feeling I had spent a pleasant evening but no more than that. I quickly got mildly bored and if it wasn’t for the costumes and superb lighting and special effects I would have gone home at the interval. The performance lacked that extra sparkle that West End shows normally have and it felt like I was at a pantomime at one point. The monkeys were superb!
Rosemarie London Box Office customer
Amazing show with fantastic scenes...
Robert London Box Office customer
I would have enjoyed the show much more if we had not been in the balcony. I believe the balcony seats were such that we could not really hear the lyrics of the songs. It was very hard to understand the words and follow the story because we couldn't hear. We are a family of four...Forty something parents and 10 and 12 year old kids. All of us had trouble hearing the words being sung.
Judith London Box Office customer
A wonder of effects , music and theatrical delight !
I highly recommend! Fantastic show, full of colour , wonder and amazing music, songs and the acting is brilliant. Was so delighted we chose to go see this
Laura London Box Office customer
One of the best musicals in the Westend!
Annette London Box Office customer
great service team
Lucas London Box Office customer
A must see
Martin London Box Office customer
A good night out!
Really enjoyed the show. Would take my grandchildren but the scenes with the flying monkeys might be a bit frightening for some.
William London Box Office customer
Don’t really show how and why she became the evil witch,
Shaun London Box Office customer
Zi Han London Box Office customer
A Must see, its Wicked!
A must see for all the family, fantastic acting, beautiful singing, all in all its Wicked
LEE London Box Office customer
Amazing birthday treat!!
Loved this. Travelled to London especially to see the show from 'up north'. Ticket price was reasonable and had the best seats!! Had such an amazing time. Thank you :)
Kerry London Box Office customer
Amazing Singing and Coustumes
Natalie London Box Office customer
This is the first theatre performance I have ever seen and a 21st Birthday present! I was not disappointed with the Wicked performance, it was absolutely amazing! Myself and my partner loved every minute of it!
Emilie London Box Office customer
Jack London Box Office customer
Seating was brilliant. Well worth the money. Went for a 30th birthday. Girls all loved it. Epic show. So going again. It was brilliant
Jordan London Box Office customer
The show was absolutely brilliant. If I wanted to be "picky" occasionally Glinda got a bit too operatic for my personal choice: not all the time and she made up for it the rest of the time. The show gives a whole new perspective to good guys and bad guys. We will probably go again. Best performance from anyone, and it's a close run thing due to good being the norm goes to Elf. She was absolutely brilliant both singing and acting. Recommended to everyone.
Thom London Box Office customer
Fabulous twist on an well known tale
Seating is very comfortable, the theatre is beautiful, and the staff are very helpful. Within minutes of the show starting you won't care as you'll be absorbed. The second part of the show is the real must see. This is where the story blends and the best of it comes together as a spectacular. It's fun, funny and has an aura of darkness to make you think hard. A must see for anyone. I saw children from around 5, but some parts may frighten younger children. My best recommendation would be to pay for the better seats in the stalls if you can, it's a show to be close to. I'll be going again.
Darren London Box Office customer
Will watch again
One of the best musical I have seen except that the microphone or singing for some actors was not working well. Like the male singer
Margaret London Box Office customer
Mark London Box Office customer
A good prequel to the wizard of OZ
Jean London Box Office customer
Great but not brilliant.
I would have given it five stars, but poor sound balance marred the first half an hour, so we could not make out the words of the songs unfortunately. It did improve, but the group songs were generally just a cacophony of sound. The solos/duets were much better. Excellent cast. Very enjoyable.
Helen London Box Office customer
Music was too loud
We were in the dress circle several rows back but we found the volume for the singing too loud. It distorted the words. This was a shame that the words were not distinct, luckily we could follow what was going on and the visual was quite spectacular so all was not lost. I would not have wanted to pay full price for tickets though.
lorna London Box Office customer
Such an amazing show, can’t recommend it enough, the singing gave me goosebumps! Absolutely incredible!
Abigail London Box Office customer
A twist to an old favourite
Keith London Box Office customer
Robert London Box Office customer
fabulous night for all the family, not to be missed
Sharon London Box Office customer
Unfortunately, poor audio
The show was great, however the audio was a disaster. During most of the musical numbers it was hard to make out the lyrics. I initially thought it was me, but my wife had problems, and we heard others talking as we left the theater. It's too bad
John London Box Office customer
Great show, fantastic acting!
My daughters dance around the house singing the U.S. version of the music to the musical but I had never seen it until now. I have to say, however, I think I like the British version of the music better than the U.S. version.
Michael London Box Office customer
Well worth seeing
Superb show which I would highly recommend
Bernadette London Box Office customer
MASCARO London Box Office customer
Absolutely wicked- everything I’d expected and more x
michelle London Box Office customer
Fantastic a must see
Circle seats are great view shop and bar very expensive as expected at most theatre show brilliant
Rebecca London Box Office customer
Fantastic feelgood musical
Allison London Box Office customer
Andre London Box Office customer
Not to be missed
I took my fifteen year old granddaughter to the show as part of a three night visit to London, we both agreed that it was the highlight of our trip. The story was easy to understand even for those not familiar with the Wizard of Oz. The scenery and costumes were magical. I would suggest that if your seats are far back you take advantage of the opera glasses which enabled my granddaughter to see the actors faces clearly. far back
Suzanna London Box Office customer
Loved the show and the theatre, we had a good view but a little too far away. Would choose a seat closer next to get the full effect. It was a night to remember.
Jacqueline London Box Office customer
Really enjoyed wicked. Having seen it before it was a tiny bit odd to hear the British accents. Dorothy was from Kansas so I think of this as American. That being said I guess Oz could be anywhere.
Carolyn London Box Office customer
Well written,loved the humour
Bruce London Box Office customer
An excellent show, with fantastic costumes, special effects and great singing and acting. Really enjoyed it.
Nicole London Box Office customer
Very well done! Must watch
Colorful, amazing, mesmerising performance.
suchitra London Box Office customer
Maybe this show just wasn't for me - very obscure storyline, didn't enjoy the music and found the singing of the 2 main female actresses very shrill at times.
Tracey London Box Office customer
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Take advantage of our fantastic Wicked exclusive, buy a third price seat at £45 and we will upgrade you to a top price seat worth £65. Must be booked by Friday 12 September 2014.
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