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    Hairspray tickets

    Big hair and bigger tunes

    Larger-than-life musical Hairspray returns to London for a limited summer run, with Michael Ball reprising his role as Edna Turnblad. Get ready to jive along to this infectious, upbeat show at the London Coliseum.

    In 1960s Baltimore, starry-eyed dancer Tracy Turnblad dreams of performing on her favourite TV show. But when it turns out that the studio isn’t the idealistic haven she had imagined, Tracy is determined to shake up the status quo.

    Hairspray is a hit on both sides of the Atlantic, with an irresistibly catchy soundtrack including "Good Morning Baltimore" and "You Can't Stop the Beat" helping it win eight Tony Awards and four Olivier Awards.

    Michael Ball slips the beehive wig and kitten heels back on as Edna Turnblad, having previously won an Olivier Award in the role 13 years ago. He is joined by a glittering cast including Rita Simons (EastEnders), Marisha Wallace (Waitress) and Les Dennis.

    Big hairdos, bigger dance moves and even bigger heart: Hairspray tickets promise it all. Catch the ultimate uplifting musical at the London Coliseum this year.

    Performance dates: 29 Sep 2021 - 29 Sep 2021

    Running time: 2 hours 15 mins (including an interval)

    Age recommendation: Under 5s not permitted.

    Special notice: Michael Ball will not be performing on the following days: 20 July, 17 August and 14 September.

    Les Dennis will not be performing on the following days: 16 September, 21 September, 23 September, 27 September and 28 September.

    Please note that strobe lighting is used several times during the performance.

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    Latest audience reviews

    I think going to the last show of a musical you are not a superfan of is a bad idea, it seemed sometimes... More

    martynal 11 Sep 2022

    I think going to the last show of a musical you are not a superfan of is a bad idea, it seemed sometimes like other people where on a joke that you missed in a way...

    martynal 11 Sep 2022

    i was surprised with how good this show was. the cast where exceptional, choreography amazing and vocals... More

    josephhuw 19 Sep 2021

    i was surprised with how good this show was. the cast where exceptional, choreography amazing and vocals outdistancing. we had an understudy for tracy who was massively talented, and the rest of the cast matched her energy and performance.

    josephhuw 19 Sep 2021

    A happy, feel-good show with heart. Oddly little dancing for a show about a dance show and dance contest.... More

    jenniepollock 10 Sep 2021

    A happy, feel-good show with heart. Oddly little dancing for a show about a dance show and dance contest. It's certainly not high energy, but fabulous costumes on a fun set with so many outstanding songs. A cheering show for a post-pandemic world.

    jenniepollock 10 Sep 2021

    I saw this in the previews in June. This performance was much slicker, the sound was much clearer and... More

    andysadler 24 Jul 2021

    I saw this in the previews in June. This performance was much slicker, the sound was much clearer and the cast are obvioulsy at ease and enjoying themsleves immensely. The leads were all absolutely brilliant and it would be unfair to single any of them out, but Les Dennis, as "Wilbur", almost steals the show in the "tender" moments with Michael Ball's "Edna". It's funny, filled with great songs and a pleasure to see. Catch it while you can, or pray that it moves elsewhere for an extended run.

    andysadler 24 Jul 2021

    I really enjoyed the show. It was very theatrical and over the top, just like the film is. I really enjoyed... More

    alanastirling 08 Nov 2021

    I really enjoyed the show. It was very theatrical and over the top, just like the film is. I really enjoyed the high energy, the music and dancing. I thought Michael Ball and Les Dennis were great in their roles and enjoyed them working together.

    alanastirling 08 Nov 2021

    Such a feel good show. Was debating whether to see it as I prefer things like Les Mis or Phantom. Must... More

    anthonyhutchinson 03 Sep 2021

    Such a feel good show. Was debating whether to see it as I prefer things like Les Mis or Phantom. Must say, I would see this again. The choreography was brilliant, the cast outstanding and Marisha Wallace should have her own show.. Complete standing ovation at the end and well deserved.

    anthonyhutchinson 03 Sep 2021
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