Hamilton at Victoria Palace Theatre tickets
Hamilton at Victoria Palace Theatre tickets



Lin-Manuel Miranda's multi-award-winning, record-breaking musical Hamilton plays in London’s West End at the newly refurbished Victoria Palace Theatre, originally opening to critical acclaim in November 2017. After an unprecedented sold-out run on Broadway, the musical has become one of the most fan-loved, critically-admired and award-winning musicals ever created.

Hamilton is based on the life of Alexander Hamilton, with music, a book and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Miranda best-known to London audiences for his first musical In The Heights, which premiered at the Southwark Playhouse in 2014 and later transferred to the temporary King’s Cross Theatre. Miranda’s distinctive style of fusing rap, hip-hop and the music of Latin America has revolutionised the modern musical. With his follow-up Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda has reached new heights, redefining the modern musical.

The musical follows the life of Alexander Hamilton, who, after growing up as an orphan, went on to become George Washington’s right-hand man. As a rebel, a war hero, a loving husband and adulterer, and founder of the US Treasury, Alexander Hamilton’s life had some sweet pickings for any writer looking to adapt the biography into a musical. With George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr all making their mark in this ingenious political masterpiece, Hamilton is a thrilling retelling of American history.

Hamilton originally premiered off-Broadway at the Public Theatre in February 2015, where it enjoyed an acclaimed sold-out run, before transferring to the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway, where it continues to sell-out performances, making it one of the most in demand shows ever.

Following its huge success with fans, the musical was nominated for a record-breaking 16 Tony Awards, winning 11, including Best Musical, Best Book, Best Original Score, Best Performance for an Actress in a Leading Role, twice for Best Performance for an Actor in a Leading Role, three times for Best Performance for an Actor in a Featured Role, Best Performance for an Actress in a Featured Role, Best Direction of a Musical, Best Choreography and many more. Hamilton also won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theatre Album, as well as 7 Olivier Awards at the 2018 ceremony.

Newcomer Jamael Westman plays the titular role of Alexander Hamilton. The role marks the young RADA-trained actor's exciting West End debut, with previous credits including Torn at the Royal Court, and The White Devil at Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Hamilton's devious political rival Aaron Burr is played by Giles Terera (The Book of Mormon, Avenue Q) with Olivier Award nominee Michael Jibson taking on the mantle of King George. Further casting includes Rachelle Ann Go (Miss Saigon, Les Miserables) as Eliza Schuyler Hamilton, Rachel John (The Bodyguard) as Angelica Schuyler, Jason Pennycooke as Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson, Obioma Ugoala as George Washington, Cleve September as John Laurens/Philip Hamilton, Christine Allado as Peggy Schuyler/Maria Reynolds and Tarin Callender as Hercules Mulligan/James Madison.

Ensemble and covers include Courtney-Mae Briggs, Jack Butterworth, Marsha Songcome, Jon-Scott Clark, Miriam-Teak Lee, Alexzandra Sarmiento, alongside Jade Albertsen, Curtis Angus, Jonathan Bishop, Kelly Downing, Leslie Garcia Bowman, Lia Given, Gregory Haney, Leah Hill, Barney Hudson, Waylon Jacobs, Phoebe Liberty, Christopher Tendai and Lindsey Tierney.

With the sold-out excitement of Hamilton around the globe, the production continues to be one of the most in-demand shows, currently sold-out at the Victoria Palace Theatre.

Recommended for

Fans of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s previous musical, In The Heights should definitely check out his newer production which has managed to break countless Broadway records. With its revolutionary retelling of American history and its hip-hop-infused score, Hamilton is one of the most unique and interesting musicals of the 21st century.

Age Recommendations: Recommended 10+. No under 4's.

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Dates and times

Running time: 2 hours 45 minutes (including 15 minute interval)
Opened: 06 Dec 2017
Press night: 21 Dec 2017
Booking from: 21 Nov 2017
Booking until: 30 Mar 2019

Location and map

Victoria Palace Theatre
Victoria Street
London, SW1E 5EA

745 Reviews Add review

Yet again - utterly wonderful. The acting, singing and dancing were stellar. It was so nice to see different people in the roles (... More

HypnoBloom 5"6, 3 reviews, 0 helpful votes

There's not much to be said about this show that hasn't already been said. Move the Olivier awards to tomorrow. Give everything... More

jamesatwill 178, 121 reviews, 10 helpful votes

After booking in January 2017 was Hamilton worth the wait? Absolutely, this hip hopera is as exciting and diverse as hoped. The s... More

braintree 155cm, 58 reviews, 5 helpful votes

There's a good reason why this show is still blowing up. The musical is really intense - when the fast pace lets up, the scenes be... More

clemonylemony 5"8.5, 54 reviews, 0 helpful votes

Honestly, the show was TOO MUCH. It was so great that I was SHAKING afterwards. It made me want to join the campaign for a Best En... More

tessrobs 152cm, 20 reviews, 2 helpful votes

Wow... What an amazing incredible piece of theatre! Even though this was only the first preview the show was so slick you would ha... More

sarah 5" 6, 84 reviews, 26 helpful votes

There are not enough words in this world to describe a show like Hamilton. The hype is real. It is everything anyone could imagine... More

barbisantori 2 reviews, 0 helpful votes

This show was everything I expected AND more. Scenery was simple and constant throughout with only small set changes achieved by m... More

tapwhizz 168cm, 59 reviews, 4 helpful votes

The show is great, especially the music, the cast and the production. The second act does drag a bit, and many of the lyrics are s... More

AlexPhillips 171cm, 60 reviews, 1 helpful vote