Apollo Victoria Theatre

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Wicked: London

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Cheap Wicked: London Tickets

Was: £39.00 Now: £39.00

Valid Mon - Fri until 24 May 2019..

Was: £39.00 Now: £39.00

Valid Mon-Thu from 27 May - 30 Nov 2019.. Excludes 1 - 30 Aug.

Wicked: London

Tickets from: £23.00

WICKED, the West End and Broadway musical sensation, is already the 9th longest running musical in London theatre history. Winner of over 100 major awards, including three Tony Awards, two Olivier Awards and ten theatregoer-voted WhatsOnStage Awards (winning ‘Best West End Show’ on three separate occasions), the classic musical has now been seen by almost 10 million people in London alone.

‘Packed with wit, storming songs and beautiful costumes’ (The Guardian), WICKED imagines an ingenious backstory and future possibilities to the lives of L. Frank Baum’s beloved characters from ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ and reveals the decisions and events that shape the destinies of two unlikely University friends on their journey to becoming Glinda The Good and the Wicked Witch of the West

Booking from: Saturday, 20th April 2019
Booking until: Saturday, 23rd May 2020
Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday 2.30pm
Evenings: Monday to Saturday 7.30pm
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Apollo Victoria Theatre Seating Plan

Apollo Victoria Theatre

Apollo Victoria Theatre on the Map

How to get there: The theatre can be seen opposite the station.

Address:
17 Wilton Road
London
SW1V 1LG

Buses: Victoria Bus Station

Nearest Underground: Victoria
Nearest Train: Victoria

Image The Apollo Victoria Theatre is located near Victoria station in London. The building was designed as a 'super-cinema' by E. Warmsley Lewis in 1930 in striking art deco style. The cinema closed in 1975, reopening six years later as a theatre, with a concert by Shirley Bassey providing the opening night. For eighteen years, the theatre was home to Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Starlight Express for which the theatre was extensively redesigned to accommodate a multi-tier roller skating arena. Shortly before the show's 18th birthday, Lloyd Webber made the decision to stop the show, in order to open his new production of A. H. Rahman's Bombay Dreams, which received its world premiere on 19 June 2002. One of the largest theatres in London, its capacity is 2,208.