Piccadilly Theatre,London

Piccadilly Theatre box office London.Pretty Woman The Musical UK tickets, Death of a Salesman and Heartbeat of Home tickets West End. Get information about the direct contact telephone number, best seats, events and tickets, seating plans, running time and theatre address. Piccadilly Theatre box office,16 Denman Street, London. Click here to 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 8 am-8 pm, Sat 9 am-7.30 pm and Sun 9 am-7 pm.

Piccadilly Theatre London offers Death of a Salesman London tickets. Click here to book online now.

The Piccadilly Theatre is located at 16 Denman Street, behind Piccadilly Circus and adjacent to the Regent Palace Hotel, in the City of Westminster, London, England.

Call the Piccadilly London theatre booking hotline on 02074920834

Piccadilly Theatre box office is located in a West End theatre located at 16 Denman Street, behind Piccadilly Circus and adjacent to the Regent Palace Hotel, in the City of Westminster, England.

Heartbeat of Home is a tantalizing, high-octane, sexy music and dance extravaganza. This heart-stopping tour de force features the dynamic vibrant components of traditional Irish, Latin, Hip-Hop, Afro-Cuban and contemporary music and dance combined in a new and exciting fusion.

A live band plays music from the award-winning Irish composer, Brian Byrne (who has worked with Katy Perry and Barbara Streisand). State-of-the-art video projections round off this extraordinary music dance extravaganza.

Following sold-out performances at the London Palladium, Heartbeat of Home returns to the West End this September.

Pretty Woman The Musical Tickets

Pretty Woman The Musical will receive its West End premiere next year, it has been confirmed that the production will open at the Piccadilly Theatre in February 2020.

Pretty Woman The Musical tickets are available now to book online. Pay no booking fee on preview performances from 14th February to 29th February 2020 with our exclusive offer, bookable by 12th September 2019.

Based on the 1990 film starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, the musical tells the story of a rich businessman who hires a Hollywood sex worker to accompany him to events in the city. The musical features original songs by Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams including “Welcome to Hollywood” and “Rodeo Drive”.

The musical opened on Broadway in 2018, starring Samantha Barks and Andy Karl. In a review for New York Theatre Guide, Sarah Downs said Barks is a ‘leading lady with sparkling charm’, while Karl ‘has the kind of charisma money cannot buy’.

Pretty Woman The Musical transfers to the Piccadilly Theatre from 14th February 2020 for a limited engagement of 46 weeks.

Piccadilly Theatre London Seating

The auditorium has three levels – Stalls, Royal Circle and Grand Circle.

The Stalls offers very good views of the stage, with a noticeable rake in the seating. The overhang of the Royal Circle affects the view from Row R onwards.

The overhang of the Royal Circle affects the view from Row F onwards, but the seating at this level is very well raked which allows for excellent views.

The Grand Circle is well raked, allowing good views of the stage, but the legroom is rather slim at this level.

Piccadilly Theatre London, 16 Denman Street, London,London,England-W1D 7DY
Piccadilly Theatre box office London.Call us on telephone number +44 (0) 207 492 0834, Mon-Fri 8-8 | Sat 9-7.30 | Sun 9-7 to book your theatre tickets.
  • Nigel Pascoe

    I went to the Lehman Trilogy last Wednesday evening with my son and we both thought it was an amazing production. We really enjoyed the entire experience apart from the temperature in the theatre which where we were in the upper section was incredibly hot almost like a sauna especially towards the end of what was a long production. Anything which can be done to improve this would hugely enhance the enjoyment of a visit to this theatre.

  • Rodney Finney

    Is death of a salesman at the Piccadilly Theatre London?

    • West End Shows

      Yes, Death of a Salesman Play is at the Piccadilly Theatre London.

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