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Thriller Live Tickets
What's it all about?
You already know the Michael Jackson story, so this show doesn’t waste time telling you about the master of the moonwalk. Instead, Thriller Live gives you what you really came for – the music.
Tune after tune is belted out, from his early days in The Jackson 5 to his exceptional solo career. And the dance sequences are something else. It’s like seeing one of his music videos brought to life, complete with MJ’s trademark toe-stand, gravity-defying leans and, of course, the crotch grab.
After seeing Thriller Live, you'll be left in no doubt that he truly was the King of Pop.
What's the story?
Thriller Live isn't so much a story as a celebration of the most successful entertainer of all time. And while Thriller Live doesn’t run through the facts of his life, you certainly get taken on a journey through music history, from Motown and blues to early indie and pop.
But the real story of Thriller Live is the one behind the show. If you think you’re the world’s biggest Michael Jackson fan, think again. Way back in 1988, Adrian Grant, the man behind Thriller Live, was so taken with the singer that he launched the world’s first MJ fanzine. Within two years, it had a circulation of 25,000 people, leading to an invitation to Neverland and a lifelong friendship.
Who's in it?
With Thriller Live, you get not one Michael Jackson but five: a quintet of supremely dynamic young singer / dancers inhabiting the spirit of the master of Moonwalk with utmost skill and conviction. Among their number is Simon Cowell discovery Haydon Eshun, who was hailed as the new MJ when he was just 9 years old.
And it’s lucky he’s that good, because the songs he and the rest of the cast get to sing are the best in Jackson’s back catalogue, from 'ABC' to 'Blame It On the Boogie', 'Smooth Criminal', 'Beat It', 'Billie Jean', 'Heal the World' and 'Black or White'. You even get to join in when they do 'Shake Your Body Down'.
Cleo Higgins is in the London production of Thriller Live, having toured with the show across the UK and Europe, where she received acclaim for her powerful MJ-like vocal performances. Cleo is a former member of ’90s pop group Cleopatra and was Will.i.am’s protégé on TV talent show The Voice.
Who is Thriller Live suitable for?
If you never got to see the great man perform or are simply in desperate need of an MJ fix, Thriller Live is the show for you.
Whatever your age, you’ll be thrilled to hear the songs you love performed live on stage – an experience matched only by the stunning costumes, dazzling dance numbers and all the singer’s signature moves.
Why book with us?
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Thriller Live is one of the West End’s most high-profile productions. This jam-packed tribute to the genius of the late, great Michael Jackson has been in residence at the Lyric Theatre since 2009.
Gary Lloyd choreographs and directs, and Michael Jackson’s erstwhile colleague Adrian Grant is the original composer and co-producer of the show.
Thriller Live keeps on bringing audiences back to the Lyric Theatre with its cavalcade of timeless Michael Jackson hits and to-die-for dance numbers that exhilaratingly recapture the essence of the great man himself.
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Thriller Live reviews - staff
The re-enacted routines for Smooth Criminal, Billie Jean and Thriller were spot on. I did prefer it when the singers performed the songs their own way instead of trying to imitate Michael Jackson. I think the dancing in this show is the highest standard I’ve seen in anything in the West End. Definitely worth seeing.
If you're a Michael Jackson fan, you'll love the atmosphere of Thriller Live. The lead singers do an admirable job paying tribute to their idol, but lead singer Trenyce Cobbins absolutely steals the show with her powerhouse vocal. Although songs from his last two albums are omitted, you aren't disappointed as 'Thriller', 'Billie Jean', 'Bad' and 'Beat It' are all there in their glory. Act II is just superhit after superhit.
The production was very excitable and entertaining and brought back some good memories when listening to the different songs from Michael Jackson. I loved the fact that the cast at times involved the audience and encouraged us to have a good time. I must say that the cast member who truly brought Michael back to life was absolutely sensational. He truly mastered Michaels unique steps and was captivating. The singing and dancing was lively and entertaining, although at times it seemed like there was too many people on the stage at once and it was distracting. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed the show and felt that it finished too soon.
The show is perfect for a Michael Jackson fan. It's a musical biography of the artist, the performers are amazing, especially the young Michael. Coreography, costumes and scenery are appropiate for the Live show purpose.
Thriller Live reviews - critics
Thriller Live reviews - most recent customers
Fantastic! Everything we had hoped it would be. If you love Michael Jacksons music you will love this. Great seats and would certainly book with TheatrePeople.com again.
We loved it, it was brilliant............the finale was for sure the best part. When they sang Thriller, moon walking excellent. Will for sure be recommending to friends.
Good seats. great show
Enjoyed show very much. Seats were very good. Could see all that was going on on stage. Music was live and very powerful.
Is anything more spine-tingling than hearing the audience murmur drop to a hush and seeing the house lights go down? Can anything beat the thrill of watching the actors emerge from the wings, ready to give the performance of a lifetime?
At TheatrePeople.com we love these moments more than anything, and we want you to enjoy your live theatre experience just as much.
To get you in the mood for your visit to Thriller Live, we’ve prepared this gorgeous gallery of images from the show for your perusal and pleasure. It’s a pre-show peek at the West End cast and key elements of the production that’s sure to up your anticipation for the real thing.
These images are from the current production of Thriller Live at the Lyric Theatre. Thriller Live is a concert musical celebrating the career of Michael Jackson across its entire 40 year span.
The show features a number of the king of pop’s biggest hits from the Jackson Five’s I Want You Back through to Beat It, Pretty Young Thing and of course, Thriller.
The show’s director and choreographer Gary Lloyd has worked with a number of highly successful top stars including Leona Lewis, Girls Aloud, Robbie Williams, Will Young and Pink.
Thriller Live was conceived by theatre producer and friend to the Jackson family Adrian Grant, and is directed by Gary Lloyd. Thriller Live originally previewed at the Dominion Theatre in 2006 before embarking on a UK and European tour.
Whether you’ve already booked your seats for Thriller Live through us or you’re still making up your mind, we hope this gallery gives you a feeling for the essence of the show. We know where we’d like to be next time the curtain goes up at the Lyric Theatre. Perhaps we’ll see you there.
The smell of the greasepaint and the roar of the crowd is what theatre’s all about. It may be a cliché but we bet it’s true for you too. There’s nothing like being there. That said, we know that a trip to the theatre can be a big commitment in terms of preparation and travel.
Check out our video sampler of Thriller Live, currently playing at the Lyric Theatre in the West End. It can’t give you the in-the-moment, large-as-life buzz of the real deal. But it’s the best way to get a taste of Thriller Live before you book your seat.
A concert musical celebrating the music of Michael Jackson, Thriller Live features countless hits selected from his forty years in the spotlight, from the Jackson Five’s ABC through Bad to Black or White and beyond.
The show is an exciting tribute musical that’s drawn particular attention for its outstanding cast depicting the king of pop throughout his career. The production has been seen by audiences all over the world including Germany, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, Singapore and Japan.
Gary Lloyd is the director of Thriller Live, which was conceived by theatre producer and friend to the Jackson family Adrian Grant. The show originally premiered in London in 2006 at the Dominion Theatre.
We hope you enjoy this peek at the current London production of Thriller Live at the Lyric Theatre. For further information and to book a seat, click on the relevant section above or at the sides of this page.
Did You Know?
When Michael Jackson died in June 2009, the theatre where Thriller Live is showing became a mecca for bereaved fans. For days afterwards, the Lyric Theatre was inundated with legions of visitors leaving tributes, cards and flowers.
According to Kenny Ortega, the choreographer behind the doomed This Is It tour, MJ was planning to visit Thriller Live when he came over to London. But even if he had, you might not have known you were in the presence of greatness because the eccentric star intended to come in disguise.
The moonwalk was inspired by the great French mime artist Marcel Marceau’s “walking against the wind” skit.
Contains constant use of flashing LED screen and some strobe lighting.