The Devil Wears Prada West End
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Kate Wetherhead
 Jerry Mitchell
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The Devil Wears Prada Tickets

The Devil Wears Prada London tickets: Sir Elton John’s musical adaptation of The Devil Wears Prada is generating huge buzz as it prepares to make its West End premiere in October 2024. Theatre fans in London are eagerly anticipating the show’s arrival, with tickets expected to sell out rapidly. The much-loved story and music are sure to dazzle audiences when The Devil Wears Prada struts onto the Dominion Theatre London stage. The Devil Wears Prada musical is certain to become one of the hottest tickets in town so hurry and book your tickets today.

The Devil Wears Prada London Musical Plot

The original 2006 Devil Wears Prada film has received a fabulous new makeover for the big musical adaptation, though the core of the plot will remain the same. When the frumpily dressed Andy, a recent graduate and aspiring journalist, scores a job at the prestigious Runway magazine, fitting in with her sassy yet elegantly dressed co-workers (aptly called the clackers) is the least of her worries. Constantly forced to sacrifice her personal life to be at the beck and call of her intimidating boss, Miranda Priestly, Andy quickly forgets what it means to have a work-life balance.

Andy is also often met with impossible demands that she is occasionally able to fulfil out of pure luck, such as finding a copy of the unpublished manuscript for the next Harry Potter novel, and she occasionally fails miserably, such as booking a flight out of Miami during a hurricane or placing a copy of The Book on one of Miranda’s three “tables with flowers.” Before long, Andy becomes sucked into the elite fashion world she once despised after proving herself worthy of keeping her demanding job. But just how far is she willing to go to please her diva boss?

About The Devil Wears Prada Film

The musical is based on the global smash-hit film of the same name that starred Meryl Streep as the blunt and cutthroat editor of Runway magazine, Miranda Priestly, opposite Anne Hathaway as Priestly’s slave personal assistant and fashion sceptic, Andy Sachs. The film was, in turn, based on the 2003 bestseller by Lauren Weisberger, who once worked as a personal assistant for Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour.

The creatives of The Devil Wears Prada London 

The Devil Wears Prada London musical features an all-star, award-winning creative team led by Elton John (Tammy FayeBilly Elliot: The MusicalThe Lion King), new direction & choreography by Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde, Pretty Woman, Hairspray), lyrics by singer-songwriter Shaina Taub (Suffs), book by Kate Wetherhead (Ever AfterSubmissions Only), set design by Tim Hatley (Life of Pi, Back to the Future), costume design by Gregg Barnes (Some Like It Hot, Legally Blonde), lighting design by Bruno Poet (The Tina Turner Musical, Frankenstein), sound design by Gareth Owen (Come From Away, & Juliet) and casting by Jill Green CDG.


The Devil Wears Prada London is produced by Tony Award winner Kevin McCollum/ Alchemation (In the HeightsAvenue QRent, SIX and Mrs Doubtfire), Rocket Entertainment/David Furnish (Tammy FayeBilly Elliot: The Musical) and Jamie Wilson(Mrs Doubtfire, Ain’t Too Proud, Sister Act The Musical) and presented by special arrangement with Buena Vista Theatrical.

Don’t miss The Devil Wears Prada London, a new musical, based on the blockbuster film and bestselling novel, which will strut into London’s Dominion Theatre in October 2024. Featuring an original score by music legend, Tony, Grammy and Academy Award winner Elton John, lyrics by singer-songwriter Shaina Taub, and book by Kate Wetherhead with direction & and choreography by three-time Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell.

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