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Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, London3.52 reviews
Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic on stage for one night only.

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Beloved childhood classic A Little Princess comes to the West End Stage for one performance!

A Little Princess follows the story of Sara Crewe, a young girl who is sent from her home in Africa to a boarding school in London and separated from her father.

As Sara’s world is turned upside down, she must rely on her friends and imaginative powers to overcome her strict headmistress Miss Minchin and prove that every little girl deserves to be a princess.

Sherlock star Amanda Abbington makes her musical debut alongside leading man Strictly's Danny Mac, with children starring in the lead roles for the first time ever. Featuring Olivier Award winners Rebecca Trehearn (Showboat) and Adam J Bernard (Dreamgirls), alongside Alexia Khadime (Wicked, Book of Mormon) and the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.

Written and conducted by Tony-nominated composer and lyricist Andrew Lippa (Addams Family), with abridged narration by Brian Crawley (Violet) and directed by multiple Olivier Award-winner and Tony Award nominee Arlene Phillips CBE, this is a performance not to be missed.

A Little Princess musical tickets are available now for this exclusive, one-time show. Book your tickets now to avoid disappointment and guarantee the best seats at the best prices.

Additional Information

Age restriction

Children under 5 will not be admitted.

Running time

1hr 20min

Performance dates

Monday 28 May 2018

Venue Information

Royal Festival Hall, Southbank CentreBelvedere Road, London, SE1 8XX

Customer Reviews

2 reviews3.5

Maria30th May

Good music and good singers - but it is not A Little Princess and should not be advertised as such as it leads to false expectations. Extremely disappointed

Bansi Shah29th May

All the characters were very good and believable. The show was very heart warming. The orchestra and choir were fabulous and an amazing unique touch in bringing the show alive. Worth every penny!