London Palladium

London Palladium Box Office Argyll Street, London W1F 7TF.

London Palladium Theatre box office offers tickets for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Goldilocks And The Three Bears. Call us now on 0207 492 0834 to book your tickets or book online and save time.

Call us and speak to our knowledgeable staff who are on hand to help you.+44 (0) 207 492 0834. Lines are open Mon to Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 9am-7.30pm and Sun 9am-7pm.

The London Palladium theatre is located off Oxford Street in the City of Westminister.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Click here to buy your tickets.

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Access Booking: 0844 412 4648

Group Booking:   02074920834

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat 2019, one of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s masterpieces, which returns to London at the London Palladium this summer. Dramatising the story of Joseph in Genesis, the musical has received major West End productions at the London Palladium and Young Vic Theatre. Tickets for the latest revival of Joseph at the Palladium are available now.

Though tickets for the production are on sale, casting for the production is yet to be announced, but actors to have previously appeared in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat include Lee Mead, Jason Donovan, Donny Osmond, Philip Schofield, Stephen Gately and Joe McElderry.

Following a premiere at the Edinburgh International Festival produced by the Young Vic in 1972, the musical transferred to the West End the following year. The next major production in London came in 1991 when Jason Donovan took what was to be a career-defining role at the London Palladium box office. The cast recording from the production spent two weeks at number one, while the single “Any Dream Will Do” was also at number one for two weeks. Jason Donovan left the production, with Philip Schofield taking over.

Various touring productions have played London over the last few decades, but the last major run was in 2007 when a revival of the London Palladium production opened at the Adelphi Theatre. Lee Mead took the starring role after he won the BBC series Any Dream Will Do. Gareth Gates took over from Mead in January 2009, and the production closed that May.

London Palladium Theatre, 8 Argyll St, Soho, London ,London,England-W1F 7LA
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat tickets at the London Palladium Theatre box office. Call 0207 492 0834 now or book your tickets online.
  • suzanne togwell

    Hi, can you advise how long the show runs for, as in 2.30pm show on the 19 Dec would finish at ???
    Many Thanks

  • Ben Howarth

    Who is playing Joseph at the London Palladium?

    • West End Shows

      Jac Yarrow is playing Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the London Palladium Theatre.

  • Nidel Parfitt

    Is Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat in the Bible?

  • West End Shows

    Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is based on the story of Joseph from the Bible’s Book of Genesis. The Narrator, Sheridan Smith opens the show by introducing Joseph, the dreamer (“Prologue”). Meanwhile, Joseph is taken to Egypt (“Journey to Egypt”). There he is bought as a slave by the rich man Potiphar.

  • Debbie Leigh


    I have bought tickets to take my brother, Michael to see Joseph on Sept 4th at 7.30pm, Seats A19 and A20

    Michael has learning difficulties but has always been a huge fan of Joseph and knows all the words to all of the songs. He has also been a massive fan of Neighbours ever since it started here in the UK, never misses an episode and loves Jason Donovan.

    Michael is 55 yrs old, a warm, gentle and articulate lovely man. If there’s any chance that he can get to meet Jason and have a picture taken with him, he would be so happy and treasure that memory for the rest of his life.

    If you can help in any way to make this treat even more special for Michael, it would be hugely appreciated.

    Many thanks

    Debbie Leigh

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