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Prince Edward Theatre, London4.6209 reviews
"Mind-blowingly brilliant" Magic FM

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Make sure you catch the multi-award-winning MISS SAIGON, from the creators of Les Misérables, before it takes its final flight at the Prince Edward Theatre on 27 February 2016 prior to opening on Broadway.
This epic love story is ‘the most thrilling and emotionally stirring musical in the West End’ (Dominic Cavendish, The Daily Telegraph) and brings audiences to their feet with soaring music, breathtaking action and spectacular staging.
The tale of young Vietnamese bar girl, Kim, who falls in love with an American GI called Chris amidst the chaos of war, was the winner of a record-breaking nine Whatsonstage Awards in 2015 including BEST SHOW.
Book now and experience a true masterpiece and one of the greatest contemporary musicals of all time.

Please note, the photos are from the original London Cast of Miss Saigon.

Additional Information

Running time

2 hours 45 minutes. Performance times: Monday to Saturday at 7.30pm; Thursday & Saturday at 2.30pm

Special notes

Miss Saigon contains some scenes and language which may not be suitable for younger audience members, including scenes of a sexual nature. Therefore, we recommend the show for those of 12 years and above. Minimum age for entry is 5+

Venue Information

Prince Edward TheatreOld Compton Street, London, W1D 4HS

Group Pricing

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Customer Reviews

209 reviews4.6

Raheela Rehman8th March

The scantily glad performers were not required to be so minimally dressed to such an extent for the audience to understand that the scene is set in a brothel. To the same effect, the actresses did not need to feign sexual acts or gyrate on stage as much as they did. These parts of the musical bored me, and it seemed lazy on the part of the director. A small amount of dialogue, as opposed to full singing in the whole performance would have been appreciated. The opening scenes with the man (brothel owner) who sang - could not understand what he was saying. I would not recommend this performance. The Prince EdwardTheatre staff were exceptional, great service.

Mark Heslop6th March

Absolutely brilliant! The acting and the scenery and effects were fantastic

Anne Stanway28th February

I saw Miss Saigon 12 years ago and second time around did not disappoint,it was amazing.I brought my 3 daughters and granddaughter and they also loved it.The cast were excellent everything was just perfect.Am glad I brought my tissues this time.

Abby Gummery28th February

Excellent and very moving show loved every minute.

Rosalind James28th February

A very emotional show, I wasn't sure what to expect as I only knew that it was a love story during the Vietnam war. The first quarter of the show I had mixed feelings, thought it was a bit to raunchy, a lot of swearing for a matinee as there were children in the audience. As the show progressed, I was engrossed, the story was amazing and also the cast were brilliant, the emotion portraded in the signing was so good you could feel the anger and frustration in their voices, well done.

Resham Smith28th February

Excellent show...watched it for the 4th time. Supreme staging and cast and all the more special because it was the last night.

Customer27th February

my honest opinion is all i will ever be bothered to give. FANTASTIC is what i thought of the whole experience. the seats were great, dress circle, overlooking the stage, the show was breathtaking the cast really involved you emotionally. the stage and lighting were, at times ,intensely animated.i had to rub my eyes to check i wasnt watching a dream. a thoroughly enjoyable joy.

Albert louis Leary-swainsbury26th February

Loved it! Great show! To Broadway and beyond!

Roy Brown26th February

The show was beautifully staged, with a strong story, wonderful dancing and great singing. The theatre acoustics are excellent and, even though we were seated near the back of the stalls, we could hear everything. My only quibble would be that the show is a bit overlong and some sequences seem to be included as 'padding'. It also finished quite late, which resulted in us having a late arrival home (we live in East Kent), but that latter is our own fault for living so far away! I do hope we can find more shows which will attract us in future. We both had a wonderful time.

angela coleman26th February

It was a fantastic show second time I had seen it and if it comes back I will go again

Nick Ferdinand26th February

I saw Miss Saigon many years ago (First run), This time was just as good but I thought that the sound clarity in the upper circle didn't cut through so well on the male voices.

Patricia Hibberd25th February

Miss Saigon is an excellent show, very well characterised and full on. We were near the back of the stalls and apart from the VERY frenetic beginning where dialogue/lyrics were a little lost between competing chorus and lead, everything was very clear and we were very soon drawn into the unfolding drama. We deliberately didn't check out the story line beforehand and were glad we hadn't - that way we were able to be surprised at some of the turns of events.The choreography was excellent, using all of the staging to good effect and the set design was very clever, including the surprise elements. Costumes were very apt and one could see the tremendous amount of work that went into them and into the whole production. We were SO glad we finally managed to see it before it finishes. Theatre staff were very helpful too.