Next to Normal Tickets
Next To Normal London Tickets
Following a critically acclaimed run at The Donmar Warehouse, the hauntingly brilliant Next To Normal heads to London’s Wyndham’s Theatre. Delving into the dynamics of family, illness, loss and grief, the story follows Diana Goodman, a suburban wife and mother grappling with bipolar disorder and haunted by her history.
Tickets for this highly-anticipated, thought-provoking musical are available now. Book your Next To Normal tickets today!
A History of Next To Normal
When the groundbreaking musical Next To Normal premiered on Broadway in 2010, Ben Brantley from The New York Times hailed it as "Brave and breathtaking. It is something much more than a feel-good musical; it is a feel-everything musical." Similarly, Peter Marks of The Washington Post praised it as "a moving, blisteringly honest, and inordinately powerful new musical stocked with beautiful songs that get to the heart of the story – and simply get to the heart."
Next to Normal went on to secure three Tony Awards, including Best Original Score, and the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for Drama, making it one of only 10 musicals in history to receive this honour. Now, Next To Normal in London promises to be just as stunning as its Donmar Warehouse run, and Next To Normal tickets are sure to be in high demand!
More Critical Acclaim For Next To Normal
- “Electrifying… beautiful… heartwrenching” - Sunday Express.
- “As staged afresh in London under the astute eye of director Michael Longhurst, “Next to Normal” has a renewed sting. The result is transformative... there’s no more vital theatrical place to be.” Matt Wolf, The New York Times.
Please Bear In Mind
Next To Normal at Wyndham’s Theatre contains some adult topics, including depictions of various mental health conditions and disorders, themes of bereavement, and strong language.
Next To Normal London Creatives
- Music - Tom Kitt
- Book & Lyrics - Brian Yorkey
- Director - Michael Longhurst
- Musical Supervisor - Nigel Lilley
- Designer - Chloe Lamford
- Movement, Choreography and Additional Direction - Ann Yee
- Lighting Designer - Lee Curran
- Sound Designer - Tony Gayle
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 10+.
Running time2 hours and 25 minutes (Including a 20 minute interval)
Performance dates8 June 2024 - 21 September 2024
ContentThis production contains some adult topics, including depictions of various mental health conditions and disorders, themes of bereavement, and strong language.
Everyone, regardless of age, must have their own ticket to enter the theatre. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to a ticketholder who is at least 18 years old. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted. Latecomers may not be admitted until a suitable break but we cannot guarantee admittance into the performance.