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Vaudeville Theatre, London4.350 reviews
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The Worst Witch tickets available for the Vaudeville transfer!

Some of our favourite books which have been adapted for the screen numerous times, The Worst Witch makes its West End transfer to the Vaudeville Theatre following an extremely successful UK tour. The Worst Witch tickets are sure to be among the most sought after of the Vaudeville season so make sure you secure your place to see everyone's favourite worst witch, Mildred Hubble on the London stage.

Before Harry Potter exploded on the scene there was another seemingly ordinary child who wound up in the most extraordinary of places. A school for witches. Mildred Hubble and her earnest, though bumbling magical adventures have been childhood favourites for years. Now watch as Mildred and her friends (and rivals) enter their final year at school and embark on their biggest and most important adventure to date.

The Worst Witch tour transfers to the West End

Written by Emma Reeves and directed by Theresa Heskins (2017 UK Theatre Award for Best Show for Children and Young People), this new adaptation features all of Jill Murphy's original characters you know and love You'll see envious, stuck-up Ethel Hallow who is always out to ruin Mildred's fun and get her into a spot of trouble if possible. Miss Hardbroom returns with her no-nonsense attitude and strict style of teaching. And our dear, clumsy but good-hearted Mildred is right in the middle of some mayhem that's sure to put them both into a tizzy when an old enemy returns with an evil plan for revenge that doesn't just put the academy at risk but could threaten the whole world.

What is The Worst Witch musical about?

Mildred Hubble is just your average little girl in a not-so-average place: a school for witchcraft and wizardry. Now in her senior year at the Academy, she and her classmates are fixing to set forth on their most significant mission yet, when an old foe comes back with a scheme for revenge that not only puts the Academy at risk, but the whole entire world as well... 

The Worst Witch Cast and Creatives

This new adaptation features original songs and music with magic aplenty and large helping of Mildred's unique brand of total chaos. The show was designed by Simon Daw (Humble Boy) and has music by Luke Potter (Hetty Feather). Aerial consultancy is by Vicki Amedume with choreography from Beverley Norris-Edmunds, and illusions by John Bulleid. Lighting and sound design are by Aideen Malone and Leigh Davies respectively and puppetry direction and design is by Paschale Straiton.

The Worst Witch West End cast has just been announced with many of the Off-West End cast members reprising their roles from the UK tour. The Vaudeville Theatre production features Danielle Bird (The Hypocrite, Alice’s Adventures Underground) as Mildred Hubble, Consuela Rolle (Remember, Remember) as Enid, Megan Leigh Mason (Sunny Afternoon) as Miss Drill, Meg Forgan (We'll Live and Die in These Towns) as Fenella, Emma Lau (Table) as Drusilla, Molly-Grace-Cutler (We'll Live and Die in These Towns) as Miss Bat, Rebecca Killick (Pink Mist) as Maud, Polly Lister (The Snow Queen, Table) as Agatha/Miss Cackle, Rosie Abraham (Peter Pan Goes Wrong) as Ethel, and Rachel Heaton (Passing, The Odd Couple) as Miss Hardbroom.

Starring as Griselda at Miss Cackle's Academy for Witches will be newcomer Lauryn Redding (Educating Rita).

The Worst Witch series and film

Jill Murphy's The Worst Witch series consists of eight books which were published between 1974 and 2018. The series has sold more than 4 million copies and spawned a television film along with multiple series and spin-offs. In 1986 a television film was made starring Fairuza Balk as Mildred joined by Tim Curry as The Grand Wizard and Diana Rigg as Miss Hardbroom. There have since been several tv series and spin-offs based on the characters and stories including a Netflix coproduction. The Netflix series, which stars Bella Ramsey, premiered in 2017 and entered its third series this year.

The Worst Witch Vaudeville Theatre tickets on sale now at affordable prices!

Tickets to The Worst Witch at the West End's Vaudeville Theatre are sure to disappear quickly. Don't miss out on the magic. Be sure to Book The Worst Witch tickets now to guarantee your place at the academy!


Additional Information

Age restriction

Recommended age 7+

Running time

2hr 10 min (inc. interval)

Performance dates

24 July - 8 September 2019.

Content

This production is recommended for children aged 7+.

Venue Information

Vaudeville Theatre404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH

Group Pricing

Special pricing for groups of 8 or moreCheck our group prices and save!

Customer Reviews

50 reviews4.3

Adam Broadbent-Carter11th September

Great entertainment for kids and adults alike.

Rosemary miles9th September

Brilliant. Loved every minute!

Mrs Elizabeth F Mendelsohn9th September

Wow what a show, this was simply amazing. I took my 7 year old whose just started reading the books and we loved it! She came out buzzing, probably one of the best shows I’ve seen!

Emma Chase9th September

Great show with a brilliant cast - my daughter and I really enjoyed it!

Customer9th September

A really good family show! The musicians we absolutely brilliant. 5* from us ????

Samantha miller8th September

Absolutely fantastic for both adults and children real family fun show ?? fantastic front row seats wiv no sore necks felt A part of the action! The cast actually held my sons hand frm the stage 100% recommend

MUSADIQ DHALLA8th September

Very enjoyable, humorous and good depiction of the characters for the book and TV shows.

Bushra Mehwish Shaikh7th September

Great show!

Riccardo Longo6th September

Really unexpected show! Amazing actors and music. Loved and laughed every bit of it

Keith6th September

I was a fun show but filled with kids, but then it is a show kids would like

Marie-Pier Thibault6th September

This show and this cast is simply phenomenal, a truly magical experience.

Emma Wadding4th September

Fantastic show, my daughter loved it and it was laugh out loud fun