The Secret Garden Tickets
Tickets for The Secret Garden in concert at the Adelphi Theatre on sale now!
The beloved literary classic by Frances Hodgson Burnett The Secret Garden is set to be lifted from the pages in a concert-style production that will run at the Adelphi Theatre for one night only! Lambert Jackson proudly presents Concert Performances of The Secret Garden starring Lucie Jones, Ramin Karimloo, and Jac Yarrow. Backed by incredible West End star power and with just one matinee and one evening performance scheduled for Saturday, 4 April 2020, you can be sure that The Secret Garden tickets will get whisked away in a heartbeat! Don't miss this one-off production and be sure to book as soon as possible!
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What is The Secret Garden about?
"What was that? Where did it go... Ah, there it is. It's a key! I found the key to the secret garden! But where's the door?"
Based on Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic novel of the same name, The Secret Garden is a heart-wrenching tale now fully re-imagined as a spectacular musical production by world-renowned composer Lucy Simon (Doctor Zhivago) and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Marsha Norman.
Mary Lennox, a young orphan, moves to her uncle's secluded country estate only to find a mysterious and anguished collection of souls and the curious tale of a secret garden. Mary teams up with her new-found friends to give the secret garden a new lease of life. She also blossoms herself, and throughout all her crazy adventures, she cares for the hearts of those that surround her.
When The Secret Garden made its world premiere on Broadway, it was overwhelmingly well-received, boasting a fleet of five-star reviews, multiple Tony Awards, and international success. Now it returns to the Adelphi Theatre in London for a strictly-limited one-day run only!
The Secret Garden Adelphi Theatre cast and creative team
The Secret Garden concert performances at the Adelphi Theatre are brought to you by the same team that brought you the smash-hit concert production of Doctor Zhivago. The Secret Garden stars top West End names, including Waitress' Lucie Jones, Phantom of the Opera's Ramin Karimloo, and Jac Yarrow, star of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The Adelphi Theatre production of The Secret Garden will be directed by world-famous director Nick Winston, the same man who brought you Cats, Guys and Dolls, and Mame.
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running timeTo be confirmed.
Performance dates15 November 2020.
Please Note: This performance was originally meant to take place on Saturday, 4 April 2020 at the London Palladium. Due to COVID-19, the one-off show will now take place on 15 November 2020 at the Adelphi Theatre.
Venue InformationAdelphi TheatreStrand, London, WC2R 0NS
News / Features / Casting / New Shows + Transfers
Full casting announced for West End musical The Secret Garden
The Secret Garden announces the full cast to be joining the previously announced Lucie Jones, Ramin Karimloo and Jac Yarrow. The concert-style production will be performed for just two shows across a matinee and evening performance on 4 April 2020. Tickets for The Secret Garden were immediately in high demand following the lead cast announcements and are bound to increase in demand now the full cast has been announced.
Read below to see who will complete The Secret Garden cast.
11 Feb, 2020 | By Jade Ali
News / Casting / New Shows + Transfers
The Secret Garden concert at the Palladium to star Jac Yarrow, Lucie Jones and Ramin Karimloo
It has been announced that the London Palladium will hold two special concert performances of The Secret Garden on 4 April 2020. The one-off production will star Waitress actress Lucie Jones, The Phantom of the Opera actor Ramin Karimloo, and Jac Yarrow from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, it has been confirmed.
12 Dec, 2019 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels