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Wicked: London Tickets
Format: 25 Oct 2014

Wicked: London Tickets

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Booking Period

Show Opened

27th Sep 2006

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25th Oct 2014 - 7th Nov 2015

Running Time

2 hours 45 minutes

Age Restrictions

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. 

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What's it all about?

2014 Olivier Award Nominee

There's simply no London theatre experience like it. The atmosphere in the audience and the action on stage are phenomenal. It’s no wonder that, ten years since Wicked began, this huge theatre is still full pretty much every night of the week.

Since Wicked first began casting its spell over audiences across the world in 2003 it's won over 90 international awards, and continues to be a 'West End sensation' (Daily Mail) at London’s Apollo Victoria Theatre, where it played its landmark 3000th performance in autumn 2013.

If and when it ever finally closes, you’ll look back on the night you visited the Apollo Victoria and know you saw a piece of theatrical history - and had one of the most memorable nights of your life.

What's the story?

You already know the two main characters from the movie The Wizard of Oz. There’s Glinda the good witch, and the green-faced crone who gets vaporised at the end.

Wicked is the story of the events in their youth that formed their adult selves. And what a surprising story it is. Not only are you prompted to ponder the very nature of good and bad, you actually end up rooting for the character you thought you’d come to boo.

There are hints of Harry Potter in the Sorcery School setting and some fantastic, fiery special effects. But they only enhance, never obscure, a sometimes sad, sometimes sexy but always riveting story.

Who's in it?

Kerry Ellis returns to the role of Elphaba from from 4 August - 25 October only. 

Due to concert appearances, she will not be performing on 21 August (evening), 22 August, 28 August, 27 September, 2-10 October, 14-16 October and 18 October.

The producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist, which is always subject to illness and holidays.

Ellis is beloved of Wicked fans as the original British Elphaba, having played the role in London in 2007 and New York in 2008. Now, she's defying gravity once again for a strictly limited 12-week run. Her other West End roles include Nancy in Oliver, Fantine in Les Miserables and Mimi in the 20th Anniversary concert of Rent. 

Savannah Stevenson plays Glinda. Her previous theatre credits include Chariots of Fire at the Gielgud & Hampstead Theatres, Aspects of Love at the Menier Chocolate Factory, The Secret Garden at the West Yorkshire Playhouse,  Simply Cinderella at the Leicester Curve, and Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre.  

The show also stars Jeremy Taylor as Fiyero, Sue Kelvin as Madame Morrible, Martyn Ellis as The Wizard, Paul Clarkson as Doctor Dillamond, Sam Lupton as Boq, Katie Rowley Jones as Nessarose, Emma Hatton as Standby Elphaba and Sophie Linder-Lee as Standby Glinda.

Who is Wicked: London suitable for?

While teenagers absolutely love Wicked (especially girls), it casts its spell on parents too. The show is a real crowd-pleaser, with spectacular special effects (flying monkeys, a smoke-breathing dragon), gorgeous costumes, catchy songs and slick dance routines.

But it’s also thought-provoking. So even if you’re not a musicals fan, you’ll find a lot to like about Wicked - and maybe even something to learn about loneliness and discrimination. No wonder it was voted Entertainment Weekly’s Best Musical of the Decade.

Wicked is suitable for a general audience but is recommended for ages 7+. Children under 3 years of age will not be admitted.

How will I receive my tickets?

Tickets for Wicked in London can be sent by Royal Mail post or delivered to your inbox with our new free Print-Your-Own Tickets service. Simply select your chosen delivery method at the Basket.

If you are booking for a performance within 5 days, or you live overseas, we are unable to deliver your tickets and so instead you will be given the option to pick your Wicked tickets up from the theatre box office on the day of the performance.

Why book with us?

TheatrePeople.com is your online box office for Wicked tickets, and your one-stop theatre ticket shop for the best seats in the West End. Count on us to provide great service and great discount deals on theatre tickets for all of the plays, comedies and musicals on the London stage. We hope your trip to Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre is a memorable one, and we look forward to welcoming you to Theatreland.

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Wicked is one of the most West End’s most high-profile productions. This enchanting musical has been in residence at the Apollo Victoria Theatre since 2006.

Based on a book by Gregory McGuire, Wicked has music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and is directed by Joe Mantello. This award-winning show keeps audiences at the Apollo Victoria Theatre coming back for more with its irresistible blend of powerful, take-home-with-you songs and epic production values.

Treat yourself to one of our special offers, and the best of Theatreland is just a click away. Book your seats for Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre today.

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Wicked: London reviews - staff

Wicked has everything you can possibly want from a musical: colourful costumes, lavish set, great characters, comedy and a fantastic score featuring show stopping numbers such as 'Defying Gravity' (guaranteed to leave you with goosebumps). I have seen this show 8 times so far and never tire of it. It is simply 'wonderful'. Is the Wicked Witch of the West actually even Wicked? Go and see it and you decide.

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A truly amazing story - you need to know the story of The Wizard Of Oz and Wicked will answer your questions. Great music - and a real love story!

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Wicked: London reviews - critics

Wicked: London
"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" -

Wicked: London reviews - most recent customers

Brilliant show with lots of colour and fun. Theatre: excellent view from all seats in stalls.

What a great show. I went to the matinee performance on Saturday 23rd March 2013 and thoroughly enjoyed it. I wasn't sure what to expect at first as I didn't really know much about Wicked but was very impressed with the acting.

not many people will fly 8000 miles for a play..i will,as long as paul baker is in it...as usual, he is wonderful, and the show great!!!..I will have seen it 23 times...brilliant

Fantastic show worth every penny. Would see again!

A refreshing version on the wizard of oz that interlinks with the original.

Im a bloke aged 43 and truthfully wasn't looking forward to seeing wicked, but how pleasantly surprised i was. It was just utterly amazing from start to finish, very funny and superbly acted. A MUST WATCH TRUST ME

Wicked: London photos

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 Wicked, 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 Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre. Wicked is the previously untold story of how Elphaba and Glinda, two unlikely friends from the Land of Oz, grew up to become the Wicked Witch of the West and the Good Witch of the North.

In L. Frank Baum’s books about Oz the Wicked Witch didn’t actually have a name; novelist Gregory Maguire christened her properly for the first time when he wrote Wicked, using Baum’s initials L.F.B. phonetically to create ‘Elphaba’.

The musical is based on Maguire’s 1995 novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West and was adapted for the stage by Winnie Holzman with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Its director is Joe Mantello.

Wicked originally premiered at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco in June 2003 before transferring to Broadway’s Gershwin Theatre in October that same year. It’s won a number of awards, including an Olivier Award for Most Popular Show in 2010.

Whether you’ve already booked your seats for Wicked 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 Apollo Victoria Theatre. Perhaps we’ll see you there.

Wicked: London videos

  • Wicked: London

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 Wicked, currently playing at the Apollo Victoria 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 Wicked before you book your seat.

It’s is the untold story of two unlikely friends from the Land of Oz, Elphaba, the misunderstood girl with green skin and Glinda, the popular blonde who grow up to become the Wicked Witch of the West and the Good Witch of the North.

The show is an awe-inspiring musical that’s drawn particular attention for its extraordinary principal cast, inventive set and cutting-edge special effects. Wicked is one of the most profitable musical theatre shows in the world, consistently smashing box office records.

The week commencing December 27, 2010, the London production grossed £1,002,885, the highest weekly gross in West End theatre history up until that point. Over 20,000 theatregoers attended performances of the show that week.

Joe Mantello is the director of Wicked, which was adapted from Gregory Maguire’s 1995 novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West by Winnie Holzman with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. The show originally premiered in London in September 2006.

We hope you enjoy this peek at the current London production of Wicked at the Apollo Victoria 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?

The costumes and special effects for this show are so amazing, it costs around $800,000 a week just to stage the Broadway version. And the London production is just as lavish.

The wing span of the Time Dragon Clock is the same as that of a Cessna light aircraft.

There are more than 200 costumes and over 70 wigs - each of which are custom made and can cost between £800 and £1,600 each. It’s money well spent for in December 2010, the show became the first in London to ever take more than £1,000,000 in one week when 20,000 people attended just 9 performances.

Important Information

Kerry Ellis is due to appear in Wicked until Saturday 25 October 2014.

Due to concert appearances, she will not be performing on 21 August (evening), 22 August, 28 August, 27 September, 2-10 October, 14-16 October and 18 October.

The producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist, which is always subject to illness and holidays.

Circle row A, G & P Restricted View warning - Balcony wall (row A) and the low safety rail (rows G & P). It is recommended that these seats are for customers who are 5’8” (173cm) or taller but are suitable for most adults.

Awards

2005 Grammy Awards

Best Musical Show Album

 

2004 Tony Awards

Best Actress in a Musical (Idina Menzel)

Best Costume Design

Best Scenic Design

 

2010 Laurence Olivier Awards

Most Popular Show

Wicked: London songs

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Further to the recent news that Jennifer DiNoia will be succeeding Kerry Ellis as Elphaba in Wicked this month, it's been announced that Emma Hatton will in turn follow DiNoia in the role of the green-skinned Wicked Witch of the West at the Apollo Victoria Theatre from 2 February 2015.

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The West End production of Wicked will welcome a new Elphaba on 27 October, when American actress Jennifer DiNoia takes over from Kerry Ellis in the role for a 14-week engagement at the Apollo Victoria Theatre. She'll stay with the show until 31 January.

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Some of Britain’s most promising young authors and poets assembled this afternoon at London’s Apollo Victoria Theatre for the prize-giving ceremony of the Wicked Young Writers Awards.

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Former Wicked star Kerry Ellis (pictured) is to reprise the starring role of Elphaba at London’s Apollo Victoria Theatre from 4 August. She will replace current Elphaba Willemijn Verkaik, who has been forced to leave the show on 19 July in order to have surgery for an ongoing back condition.

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The West End production of Wicked is set to welcome a new group of front-line cast members at the Apollo Victoria Theatre. Nikki Davis-Jones (pictured), who is currently playing Elphaba in the UK tour of the show, will join the London production on Monday 27 October, along with Liza Sadovy as Madame Morrible and Philip Childs as Doctor Dillamond. 

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Martyn Ellis steps into the role of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in the Apollo Victoria Theatre's long-running hit musical Wicked from today, Monday 17 February. He replaces Sam Kelly, who has withdrawn from the production due to ill health. 

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Louise Dearman made West End history as the first actress to perform both lead roles in Wicked. Her loyal fanbase is still mourning her recent departure as Elphaba from the long-running hit musical about the Witches of Oz, in which she also played Glinda in 2010. But with the broomstick-long list of new projects Louise has lined up and ready to go, Dearman devotees won’t be morose for much longer.

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Wicked, the long-running hit West End musical that tells the untold story of the Witches of Oz, is conjuring up a major cast change. 

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Record-breaking hit musical Wicked is welcoming back actress Harriet Thorpe in the role of Madame Morrible from 22 April until 16 November 2013 at London's Apollo Victoria Theatre. She replaces Louise Plowright, who has been obliged to withdraw from the role due to ill health. 

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