Mrs. Doubtfire Tickets London

Mrs Doubtfire Tickets London

Shaftesbury Theatre London box office 210 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8DP offers  Mrs Doubtfire tickets. Click here to buy your tickets.

Mrs Doubtfire London Musical

Help is on the way, dears, as everyone’s favourite nanny is set to take over the West End. Mrs. Doubtfire tickets are available on The West End Shows now.

Based on Anne Fine’s 1987 novel, Alias Madame Doubtfire, and the 1993 movie led by Robin Williams, Mrs Doubtfire is a heartfelt musical that celebrates the power of family. Whether you grew up with the story, or you’re meeting Euphegenia Doubtfire for the first time, everyone will enjoy this family-friendly theatre tonic.

The Mrs. Doubtfire musical centres on Daniel Hillard. He’s an out-of-work actor, he’s newly divorced, and he loses custody of his children. Talk about bad things happening in threes. However, Daniel spots a cunning opportunity to spend more time with his children — become their nanny.

When Euphegenia Doubtfire takes a job in his ex-wife’s home, it’s all a ruse to stay in his children’s lives. It doesn’t take long for the Doubtfire alias to consume his life, and Daniel quickly realises that putting on a mask won’t solve any problems. Can a fictional character teach him how to become a father?

Mrs Doubtfire The Musical London

Gabriel Vick will play Daniel Hillard and Euphegenia Doubtfire in Mrs. Doubtfire in London. As well as starring in the original Avenue Q West End cast, his theatre CV includes Sunny Afternoon, Once, La Cage Aux Folles, A Little Night Music, and Cabaret. Laura Tebbutt, Carla-Dixon Hernandez, and Cameron Blakely play Miranda, Lydia, and Frank Hillard.

Tickets to Mrs Doubtfire are available now. Book your Mrs Doubtfire tickets today.

The production of Mrs. Doubtfire involved an exceptional team of artists from both sides of the Atlantic. The book was co-written by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell. The music and lyrics were composed by Wayne and Karey Kirkpatrick, who were previously nominated for a Tony Award for their work on Something Rotten!, along with O’Farrell.

The direction was led by Jerry Zaks, a four-time Tony winner known for his work on Hello, Dolly! The scenic design was created by David Korins, who also worked on the hit musical Hamilton. The choreography was done by Lorin Latarro, who worked on Waitress, and the music supervision was overseen by Ethan Popp, who worked on Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. Rhys Owen occasionally fills in for the role of Daniel Hillard.

Mrs. Doubtfire is now dazzling and delighting audiences at  Shaftesbury Theatre London. This ‘genuinely funny comedy musical’ (Time Out) based on the beloved film is ‘a surefire hit!’ (The Telegraph, Daily Express). The Telegraph calls it ‘a complete joy’, The Times says it ‘soars from screen to stage’, and City AM hails Mrs Doubtfire as ‘funny, heart-warming and wildly entertaining!’

Out-of-work actor Daniel will do anything for his kids. After losing custody in a messy divorce, he creates the alter ego of Scottish nanny Euphegenia Doubtfire in a desperate attempt to stay in their lives.

As his new character takes on a life of its own, Mrs. Doubtfire teaches Daniel more than he bargained for about how to be a father. The Shaftesbury Theatre London is a West End Theatre, located on Shaftesbury Avenue, in the London Borough of Camden.

Shaftesbury Theatre, London 

Located on Shaftesbury Avenue & the largest independent theatre in the West End. Currently home to Mrs Doubtfire the Musical. Book theatre tickets online today and save.

Shaftesbury Theatre London Seating

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

The seats in the Stalls are on a very shallow rake which means that sightlines can be problematic, and the overhang of the Royal Circle does have an effect on the view for those in Row P and onwards.

In the Royal Circle, the seats are gently raked which might impact the sightlines depending on certain productions. Those in Row H and onwards will notice the overhang of the Grand Circle.

The Grand Circle does feel far away from the stage, but the central seats do offer good views of the stage

Directions from tube to Shaftesbury Theatre London

Turn right onto New Oxford Street (past the Dominion Theatre) for 200 metres, and then turn right onto Shaftesbury Avenue, where the theatre will be on your left 100 metres down.


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