Booking Helpline +44 (0)20 7400 1234 Mon-Fri 8-8 | Sat 9-7.30 | Sun 9-7
change Chicago Tickets
Format: 16 Jan 2018

Chicago Tickets

Chicago Tickets poster

Next Available Dates

Mon 26 Mar-
Tue 27 Mar-
Wed 28 Mar
Thu 29 Mar-
Fri 30 Mar-
Sat 31 Mar

Performance Times


Booking Period

Show Opened

11th Jun 2011

Book from

26th Mar 2018 - 23rd Jun 2018

Running Time

2 hours 30 minutes

Age Restrictions

No under 16s permitted without adult.

What's it all about?

Chicago is bringing the real razzle-dazzle back to London! Winner of six Tony Awards, two Olivier Awards and a Grammy, and now starring Academy Award-Winner Cuba Gooding Jnr in his West End stage debut, the sexiest, sassiest, most sophisticated Broadway musical in history is celebrating 21 years of standing ovations in style.

The dazzling multi-award-winning tale of nightclub singer Roxie Hart, her cell-block rival Velma Kelly and the smooth-talking lawyer Billy Flynn has thrilled audiences in London, Broadway and across the world from Mexico City to Moscow, from Sao Paulo to South Africa since 1996.

With the original Broadway choreography by Ann Reinking in the style of Bob Fosse and a sizzling score featuring the classing songs “Razzle Dazzle”, “Cell Block Tango” and “All That Jazz”, Chicago is so good it should be illegal.

Don’t miss out, book now. It’d be a crime to miss it…

Who's in it?

Starring Academy Award-winner Cuba Gooding Jnr in his West End stage debut. Further casting to be announced.

Why book with us? is your online box office for Chicago 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 Chicago at Phoenix Theatre is a memorable one, and we look forward to welcoming you to Theatreland.

Chicago reviews - staff

The best thing about seeing Chicago on stage is getting to hear its iconic songs - such as 'All That Jazz', 'Cell Block Tango' and 'Nowadays' - performed live. I especially loved the enthusiastic band. The players were so passionate and had the crowd on its feet by the end of the evening.


The show had a simple set and simple (or should I say skimpy) costumes which lent themselves well as it amplified the talent of the cast. The cast were great, good at dancing, singing and their timing with humour. Roxie was brilliant as was Velma - some amazing legs! Also some hot buff guys!


Chicago reviews - most recent customers

Did not enjoy the event much...not enough music and too much ham idea how it has run for so long.

Really enjoyed this show, thought at times it was a little slow....but well worth seeing!!

This was my 11th and final time of seeing Chicago, as it was the closing night. The cast put their all into it, and Sarah is one of my favourite Roxy Harts. Some of the previous stars of the show were in the audience, and afterwards many stayed around to meet and talk with the cast and others. The producer gave an emotional speech and was there to shake peoples hand afterwards. I will miss Chicago so much. Farewell, but don't be too long before you return to London.

Very good - loved the dancing, very strong. Rachel McDowall was absolutely brilliant as usual - I have seen her 3 times as Velma, she is so good. I am really sad it is closing tonight.


The show was amazing. The seats were so good. Theatrepeople thank you for putting excellent seats up for sale and that at a reasonable price.

Chicago photos

Did You Know?

The show is based on the true story of Beulah Annan and Belva Gaertner, penned by Maurine Dallas Watkins after she covered their scandalous story for the Chicago Tribune. Her play reached Broadway in 1926, but Watkins later became a born-again Christian and refused to sells the rights to turn it into a musical. It was only after her death that the show got the go ahead.

That didn't stop a couple of films being made though. In 1927, the great Cecil B DeMille directed a silent movie off the back of the play's Broadway success. Then some years later in 1942 Ginger Rogers starred in a film that focused on Roxie's story.

As well as collaborating on Chicago, Cabaret and many other musicals, songwriters John Kander and Fred Ebb wrote Frank Sinatra's signature song, 'New York, New York'.

The London production of Chicago has used over 14,871 pairs of tights, 581 metres of fishnet fabric and 871 metres of black lace. That's a hell of a lot of lingerie.

Important Information

Contains overt references to sex and murder.


1997 Tony Awards

Best Revival of a Musical

Best Leading Actor in a Musical (James Naughton)

Best Leading Actress in a Musical (Bebe Neuwirth)

Best Direction of a Musical

Best Choreography

Best Lighting Design


1997 Laurence Olivier Awards

Outstanding Musical Production

Best Actress in a Musical (Ute Lemper)

Chicago songs



From £26.00

How many tickets would you like?