Cruel Intentions: The ’90s Musical Tickets
Cruel Intentions: The 90’s Musical London Tickets
Sebastian and Katyhryn are a deadly step-sibling duo who use their wealth, manipulation, and sexual prowess to get what they want. In a cruel bet, Kathryn convinces Sebastian to attempt to seduce the headmaster’s daughter Annette, a virtuous girl who aims to remain celibate until marriage. Weaving a web of temptation, deceit and secrecy, the pair hatch a plan to destroy the innocent girl, along with anyone who dares to get in their way.
In their elite Manhattan high school, their actions lead to chaos, and they find themselves caught in lies and an unexpected romantic connection…with consequences that are as explosive as you can imagine.
The producers of Heathers the Musical bring you Cruel Intentions: The 90’s Musical at The Other Palace in London. With a playlist of 90s bangers and all the glory of a twisted love story, Cruel Intentions: The 90s Musical tickets are sure to be in high demand, so book your Cruel Intentions tickets today.
Cruel Intentions In London
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the hit film Cruel Intentions starring Reese Witherspoon, Ryan Phillippe, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair (and inspired by the 1782 French novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses), Cruel Intentions: The ‘90s Musical is a wild jukebox throwback laced with a soundtrack of some of the greatest ‘90s pop classics of all time: including The Verve ‘Bittersweet Symphony’, R.E.M. ‘Losing My Religion’, Natalie Imbruglia ‘Torn’, Ace of Base ‘I Saw the Sign’, Christina Aguilera ‘Genie in a Bottle’, TLC ‘No Scrubs’, Boyz II Men ‘I’ll Make Love to You’, *NSYNC ‘Bye Bye Bye’, Britney Spears ’Sometimes’ and many more.
Cruel Intentions initially premiered as Cruel Intentions: The Musical and following successful performances in Los Angeles and New York, it made its Off-Broadway debut at Le Poisson Rouge, a Greenwich Village nightclub, in November 2017. Originally intended for a ten-week run, the show's popularity led to three extensions, ultimately running through April 2018. In 2019, the production embarked on its first U.S. tour and also participated in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In 2022, it had its inaugural Australian tour, and it is now set to make its West End debut.
Critical Acclaim & Fun Facts
- In the words of Broadway Baby, Cruel Intentions has a “a soundtrack to die for”!
- The Edinburgh Guide called Cruel Intentions “A deliciously dark romp with unexpectedly hilarious moments”, and that’s exactly what you can expect.
- The movie wouldn’t have been the same without Reese Witherspoon, but did you know that the Director of the film got down on his hands and knees to Witherspoon and begged ‘Please, it’ll be 15 days!’. Witherspoon agreed, of course.
- Cruel Intentions was supposed to be called Cruel Inventions.
- Sarah Michelle Gellar and other original cast members attended the musical and thoroughly enjoyed it.
- Since its release, Cruel Intentions has become a cult classic.
Cruel Intentions London Cast & Creatives
Kathryn - Rhianne-Louise McCaulsky Sebastian - Daniel Bravo Annette - Abbie Budden Cecile - Rose Galbraith Blaine - Josh Barnett Ms Bunny Caldwell/Dr Greenbaum - Jess Buckby Ronald - Nickcolia King-N'Da Greg - Barney Wilkinson
- Book - Jordan Ross
- Book - Lindsey Rosin
- Book - Roger Kumble
- Director - Jonathan O’Boyle
- Producer - Eva Price
- Choreographer/Associate Director - Gary Lloyd
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running timeTo be confirmed.
Performance dates11 Jan 2024 - 19 May 2024
ContentContains haze, flashing lights, strong language, and mature themes including but not limited to: explicit sexual language and behaviour, racial discrimination, drug usage, abuse, accidental death, question of consent. Audience discretion advised.
As Cruel Intentions is set in 1999, some of the language reflects that time.
AccessSigned performance: 21 March 2:30pm
Venue InformationOther Palace12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA
Upcoming Performance Times
News / New Shows + Transfers / Photos
Cruel Intentions the 90s Musical rehearsal images released
If a Christmas spent with your family had you questioning your relationship with them, or clenching your fists thinking how dare you take the last roast potato, then this musical adaptation will leave you feeling grateful that they aren’t a lot worse. As our main characters Kathryn and Sebastian prove, the bonds shared between siblings can prove to be seriously sinister...and borderline illegal.
Following a sold-out, critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Cruel Intentions the 90s Musical has finally made its way down south! Opening at the Other Palace this Thursday (11 January), the musical, jam-packed with 90s jams, is a surefire way to beat the January blues. Can’t wait to see the cast in the flesh? These new rehearsal images should curb your appetite…
9 Jan, 2024 | By Sian McBride
Features / Broadway
Will Cruel Intentions slither into the West End or remain an item on your #WestEndWishList?
Nostalgia therapy is no doubt all the rage these days. You saw it on stage with last year's Heathers and you'll see it again this year with the new Max Martin musical, & Juliet, a fancy jukebox production packed with all your favourite retro hits from the past two decades. You see it on TV, like in Black Mirror's 'San Junipero' episode. You hear it in music: think Charli XCX and her recent jam with Troye Sivan, '1999', in which she sings "I just wanna go back, sing, "Hit me, baby, one more time."."
Well now fans of the decade that brought bubblegum pop and angsty alt-rock to the forefront can get just the blast to the past they've been looking for with Cruel Intentions: The '90s Musical. The provocative show based on the award-winning film of the same name first premiered in Los Angeles before later transferring to the Poisson Rouge Nightclub Off-Broadway in 2017. It is now set to head to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this August for its long-awaited UK premiere. If all goes well for the production next month, there's a high chance West End audiences may see it grace the London stage in 2020.
4 Jul, 2019 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels