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Phoenix Theatre, London4.5667 reviews
Caroline Flack and Todrick Hall star in Chicago on the West End!

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Chicago tickets are some of the hottest in the West End! 

The world’s longest-running American musical, the multi-award-winning CHICAGO, returns to London’s West End. Through the end of the show's run Billy Flynn will be played by Todrick Hall known as star of RuPaul’s Drag Race, American Idol and YouTube sensation and Love Island's Caroline Flack plays Roxie Hart from 10 December. They will be joined by Mazz Murray playing Mama Morton. 

Roxie Hart has always wanted to be a star but can’t quite seem to catch a break. Things seem poised to change when she is arrested for the murder of her lover. Roxie decided to become the media’s new darling and begins vying for the spotlight, and the attention of their lawyer Billy Flynn, with her idol, nightclub performer and accused double-murderess Velma Kelly.

Chicago has won 6 Tony Awards, 2 Olivier Awards and a Grammy as well as spawning a Best Picture Academy Award-winning film adaptation. Bob Fosse who, along with Fred Ebb, wrote the book originally choreographed and directed the show. Fosse’s unmistakable style is still evident in the Ann Reinking’s new choreography.

Chicago features numerous toe-tapping, crowd-pleasing numbers including All That Jazz, Cell Block Tango, When You’re Good to Momma, and Razzle Dazzle. Come enjoy flash and pop of this 21-year-old show as it comes to the Phoenix Theatre after more than 5 years away from London’s West End.

Book Chicago tickets at the Phoenix Theatre now to ensure the best seats at the best prices!

A real pleasure to have the old razzle-dazzle back in town’  Evening Standard
‘What a treat… the dancing is a wow’ Times
‘This is a show with just the right amount of razzle-dazzle’ Telegraph
‘Remains the great, smouldering show that first arrived in London from New York in 1997’   Metro
‘Winkingly tight’  Sunday Times

Additional Information

Age restriction

Children under 13 will not be admitted.

Running time

2hr 30min (inc. interval)

Performance dates

Booking until 5 January 2019.

Special notes

Todrick Hall is scheduled play Billy Flynn from 19 November to the end of the run. However, the performance of any particular actor cannot be guaranteed.

Venue Information

Phoenix Theatre110 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0JP

Group Pricing

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Customer Reviews

667 reviews4.5

Graham Beswick10th January

An excellent show with a great cast and jazzy songs

Miriam Morell-Larsen9th January

wonderful music, great artists,

Lesley Wilkinson7th January

Great show with fabulous band. Theatre not the best for viewing

Sally Constantinou6th January

FANTASTIC...Brilliant ...

Mr K NORRIS6th January

Great production and cast did it justice, great night out

Chi Zhang6th January

It was an awesome performance!

Mohammed Aljabir6th January

Funny, smart and very well performance

Ruth Cornish6th January

An amazing show. Very professionally done. Well acted. Well sung. Didn’t love the costumes of the dancers. Men especially. But had a great time.

Harry 6th January

Very good show, lovely venue, only criticism is that the drink and food prices are absolutely ridiculous!

Lesley Michel6th January

Felt privileged to be at the final performance of this show. Have always loved the film and it transferred to stage perfectly. Caroline Flack was amazing, as were all the cast. Thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience.

Louisa Burt6th January

Absolutely amazing, the dancers were incredible and I loved the humour running through the production

Brian Roberts5th January

Good show, great music. Enjoyable evening out. Slightly disappointed that the show had very little colour (I suppose that being set in a prison meant that it would be a bit drab), and the rather minimal set. However the orchestra (~15 strong) was very good - never really drowning out the singers and always lively and upbeat.