Cinderella Gillian Lynne Theatre tickets on sale now for Spring 2021!
Time to whip out those glass slippers, 'cause Cinderella's a-comin'!
Perhaps in one of the most exciting West End announcements of the year, it has been confirmed that a fresh new take on the classic Cinderella fairytale by none other than musical theatre magnate Andrew Lloyd Webber is in the works.
The production, which will receive its highly anticipated premiere this spring 2021, will reunite Andrew Lloyd Webber with frequent collaborators JoAnn Hunter and Laurence Connor, who together created not only West End favourite School of Rock, but also the London Palladium smash-hit production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (stylised as Joseph)! Previews will begin 30 April 2021
Cinderella 2.0? What to expect from an A-list creative team?
The creative team behind the upcoming epic new Cinderella musical will feature a host of A-list creators. Living legend and West End maven Andrew Lloyd Webber is set to provide the music treatment for this sure-fire hit musical adaptation. It will also see a book and original story written by critically acclaimed actress and screenwriter Emerald Fennell (best known for her roles in Killing Eve and Call the Midwife), lyrics from David Zippel (City of Angels, Hercules, The Woman in White), and all-new choreography by JoAnn Hunter. The 2020 Cinderella musical will be directed by multi-award-winning director Laurence Connor (Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera).
Further creatives for Cinderella along will be announced in due course.
Who will play the title role in Cinderella?
Of course, the big question here is who will be stepping into the glass slippers... the exciting cast announcement made the demand for this already highly anticipated show increase even further. It was announced that Carrie Hope Fletcher will be starring in Webber's Cinderella musical adaptation as the lead role. Fletcher recently starred in Les Miserables at London's newly reopened Sondheim Theatre. Fletcher will be joined by Victoria Hamilton-Barritt (The View Upstairs, Mamma Mia) as the stepmother and emerging star Ivano Turco as the charming Prince Sebastian.
Further casting is yet to be announced.
How to get the best Cinderella Andrew Lloyd Webber tickets?
Tickets for Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cinderella production at the Gillian Lynne Theatre in London are expected to be in incredibly high demand, especially since School of Rock has ended its West End run. UK theatregoers will be hungry for the next Andrew Lloyd Webber show and will stop at nothing to get their hands on those West End Cinderella tickets, even it means enlisting the help of the Fairy Godmother herself. So make sure to be among the first to bibbidi-bobbidi book your tickets to Cinderella at London's Gillian Lynne Theatre whilst stocks last!
Don't forget to keep checking back on our news pages for all the latest info on Andrew Lloyd Webber's forthcoming production of Cinderella the musical.
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 6+. Children under 3 will not be admitted.
Running timeTicket buyers should plan for 2 hours and 30 minutes. Exact musical length to be confirmed.
Performance dates30 April 2021 - 13 February 2022
Every customer must have their own ticket. To help us make sure everyone enjoys the show, your little ones need to be able to sit in their own seat without any assistance. Children under 3 will not be admitted.
Joan Miquel Llobera Ramis10th January
This musical was modern and it used very good songs. It was worth to see. We have enjoyed very much.
Sarah Clifford5th January
The show was great fun and all the better for not being jammed with known names! Really enjoyed it.
Meera Shah5th January
Great show...took our 8 year old daughter and we all loved it.
Susan Harrison5th January
A little too adult orientated considering this is meant to be a ‘fairy tale’. Sets weren’t bad and the singing was good. My grandchildren enjoyed it and it wasn’t too long.
Rosalind Ormiston3rd January
Jana Peterhaensel30th December
Was not what I was expecting
Anna Kalogridaki29th December
A contemporary approach
Craig Otero29th December
This is the first Cinderella that I have seen where the ugly sisters have not been drag queens. I have seen 4 Cinderella’s now and I feel that this was the worst. All the previous ones that I have been to the ugly sisters have had the audience in fits of laughter. This show was good but didn’t compare to previous shows. I prefer it when the cast go off topic. Great show but I think stick with tradition as it’s better
R K Dosanjh29th December
Great show for adults and children.
Pauline Hamilton29th December
It was a fabulous performance full of laughter and fantastic acting
A great venue & easy to get to via London Transport. The performance was funny, modern & all that a Panto needs at Christmas. The children loved it & it was great how they got the crowd involved throughout.
Upcoming Performance Times
- Friday25 June 2021
- Saturday26 June 2021
- Saturday26 June 2021
- Monday28 June 2021
- Tuesday29 June 2021
- Wednesday30 June 2021
- Thursday1 July 2021
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