Disney's Mary Poppins tickets now available!
Disney Theatrical and Cameron Mackintosh's multi-award-winning Mary Poppins the Musical returns to its original home, London's Prince Edward Theatre, with performances scheduled for the autumn. Mary Poppins tickets are expected to sell quickly, as everyone's favourite nanny floats back to the West End stage. Take one look at the amazing cast list and you'll know there is no time to lose in securing your seats!
About the revival of the Mary Poppins West End musical
Mary Poppins is Practically Perfect! Everyone's original favourite nanny arrives at the Banks household just in time to set things straight with wisdom a bit of magic and a song or two. Join Mary, Jane and Michael as they feed the birds and fly kites. You'll hear many of your favourite songs from the 1964 film including 'Chim Chim Cher-ee,’ ‘A Spoonful of Sugar,’ ‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,’ and ‘Let’s Go Fly a Kite' and you'll meet new characters and learn new songs that will have you floating out of the Prince Edward Theatre.
Mary Poppins has long been a staple in the British nursery. The PL Travers books and original Disney film made Poppins a mainstay and 15 years after its opening in London, Mary Poppins the musical has returned to London.
Mary Poppins London Cast
Zizi Strallen returns to her eponymous role as Mary Poppins following critical and audience acclaim on the sell-out international tour and she is joined by the award-winning Charlie Stemp as Bert. It has also been announced that Academy Award-winning singer of 'Downtown', Petula Clark, will be joining the London cast of Mary Poppins as the Bird Woman alongside WhatsOnStage and Uk Theatre Awards winner Joseph Millson who will play George Banks. Further casting information is expected in due course.
Zizi Strallen is known for roles such as Fran in Strictly Ballroom The Musical at the Piccadilly Theatre. She has also appeared in Follies, Matthew Bourne’s The Car Man and Cinderella. She was critically acclaimed for her role of Mary Poppins on tour in the UK, Ireland and in Dubai and so her announcement as the new West End Mary Poppins was extremely well received.
Charlie Stemp rose to prominence after his WhatsOnStage Award-winning and Olivier Award-nominated portrayal of Arthur Kipps in Half a Sixpence which premiered at the Chichester Festival Theatre and soon transferred to London's Noel Coward Theatre. The following year he went on to make his Broadway debut in the revival of Hello, Dolly!
Tickets for Mary Poppins in London have been highly anticipated. Book Mary Poppins tickets now to ensure the best seats at the best prices to see the world's best nanny back at the Prince Edward Theatre!