Discounted tickets to the smash hit London West End musical Wicked are now available from £17.50 through lastminute.com.
Seventh-priced tickets are available on selected Monday – Friday shows throughout the year, at the discounted price of £17.50. These tickets usually cost £28. Tickets to popular West End shows like Wicked often run in the £45-£90 range, making this a fantastic offer you won't want to miss!
Wicked is a prequel to The Wizard of Oz, and follows the future Wicked Witch of the West, Elphaba, and Glinda the Good Witch in their teens prior to Dorothy's arrival in Oz. The musical features a critically acclaimed score by Stephen Schwartz, and includes songs like Defying Gravity and Popular. The show has won a string of awards, including several Drama Desk Awards, Tony Awards, Laurence Olivier Awards and a Grammy. Wicked has been seen by over 42 million people in 13 different countries, and is one of the biggest theatre blockbusters in recent years. The original Broadway production helped turn Idina Menzel & Kristin Chenoweth into household names, that have since crossed over into TV & film roles. The show has an avid fanbase across the globe. The London production frequently has long queues in front of the theatre when the box office opens in the morning. Another reason we recommend you pre-book your tickets!
The current cast includes the original British Elphaba, Kerry Ellis, for a limited run of 12 weeks until the 25th of October. Kerry Ellis has returned to the role of Elphaba after leaving the productions 5 years ago. The role of Glinda is currently played by Savannah Stevenson.
The London production of Wicked runs at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, which seats 2,500 people. The show regularly sells out during peak season, and we recommend purchasing your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
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