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Mrs Doubtfire the Musical tickets at The Shaftesbury Theatre London.210 Shaftesbury Ave, London WC2H 8DP.Click here to book your tickets online today.
Mrs. Doubtfire The Musical Tickets
It’s official, dearies! The classic 90s comedy film Mrs Doubtfire starring the late Robin Williams (Aladdin, Dead Poets Society, Flubber) has been given the full West End treatment. Following a sensational, sell-out run in Manchester, Mrs. Doubtfire the Musical is now playing at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London. The new musical adaptation has been created by John O’Farrell, Karey Kirkpatrick and Wayne Kirkpatrick, the award-winning team behind Broadway’s Something Rotten! Book Mrs. Doubtfire tickets at The Shaftesbury Theatre today, to meet the world’s favourite nanny!
Mrs. Doubtfire Plot
Struggling to cope with his divorce and the loss of custody over his children, voice actor Daniel Hillard spends his days searching for a job and a place to live when one day he sees that his ex-wife has posted a classified ad for a housekeeper and babysitter. Thus, the elderly Scottish nanny Mrs Euphegenia Doubtfire is born.
With the help of his brother Frank, Daniel transforms himself into the perfect “old lady,” complete with a prosthetic mask that allows him to become an integral part of the family.
But as the show unfolds, Daniel’s ruse becomes harder and harder to maintain, especially as he falls deeper in love with his ex-wife all over again.
A New Take On The Tale, Dear
- Prepare to experience the heartwarming and hilarious story of Mrs. Doubtfire like never before!
- This musical adaptation of the beloved story takes the best parts of the 1993 film and adds layer upon layer of fresh, exciting elements that will leave you wanting more.
- With original songs like ‘Make Me a Woman’ and “As Long as There Is Love,” the show brings the story to life with an emotional punch by expanding the roles for supporting characters, updating references and jokes, and including innovative staging and choreography.
- Critics and audiences alike have praised its faithfulness to the original story whilst also offering a new take on the classic tale!
- The 1993 film was a box-office smash and grossed over $440 million on just a $25 million budget, earning it the title of the world’s second highest-grossing film of 1993. It is widely regarded as one of the funniest films of all time
This production is recommended for ages 6+
Mrs. Doubtfire The Musical London Cast
Daniel Hillard – Gabriel Vick as Daniel Hillard
Lydia Hillard – Carla Dixon-Hernandez
Frank Hillard – Cameron Blakely
Andre – Marcus Collins,
Mr Jolly – Ian Talbot
The cast will be complete by Lisa Mathieson, Joshua Dever, Maria Garrett, Kiera Haynes, Adam Lyons, Ellie Mitchell, Matt Overfield, Tom Scanlon, Vicki Lee Taylor, Samuel Wilson-Freeman, Rebecca Donnelly, Amy Everett and Paulo Teixeira.
The Shaftesbury Theatre London is a West End theatre, located on Shaftesbury Avenue, in the London Borough of Camden. It opened in 1911 as the New Prince’s Theatre, with a capacity of 2,500. The current capacity is 1,416. The title “Shaftesbury Theatre” belonged to another theatre lower down the avenue between 1888 and 1941.
The Shaftesbury Theatre London opened as the Princes Theatre on 26 Dec. 1911. The theatre changed its name to the Shaftesbury Theatre in 1962, reopening with the Broadway musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying which became the theatre’s first long-running musical.
The musical Hair opened in September 1968 when the ban on theatre censorship was lifted, and went on to a run of just under 2,000 performances. The show and theatre were forced to close when parts of the ceiling fell in on 20 Jul. 1973.
Reopening in 1974, the Shaftesbury’s housed a line of musical productions, starting with West Side Story, Rent and Hairspray.
The Shaftesbury Theatre London Seating Plan
The auditorium has three levels – the Stalls, Royal Circle and Grand Circle.
The stall seats are on a very shallow rake which means that sightlines can be problematic
In the Royal Circle, the seats are gently raked which might impact the sightlines depending on certain productions.
The Grand Circle does feel far away from the stage, but the central seats do offer good views of the stage.