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    Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat tickets

    A spectacular summer of colour

    The London Palladium draws back the curtain for a dazzling revival of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat this summer. The tale of one young man’s struggle back from betrayal and through the deserts of Egypt will play a limited second run of the acclaimed 50th anniversary staging.

    Based on the Biblical myth, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat follows the favoured son of Jacob as he is sold into slavery by his envious brothers. Possessing only the splendid multi-coloured coat gifted by his father, Joseph embarks on an inspiring journey to return home.

    With instantly recognisable songs including “Any Dream Will Do” and “Close Every Door”, collaborators Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice deliver an epic musical that remains internationally beloved.

    The musical is a traditionally starry event, with former Joseph, Jason Donovan, playing the Pharaoh at the Palladium, alongside Jac Yarrow in the title role and Alexandra Burke as the Narrator. At select performances, Linzi Hateley will perform as the Narrator (dates below).

    Featuring impressive sets, bold costumes and heart-stopping songs, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat tickets are guaranteed to “go go go” fast! Catch this strictly limited season from July 2021.

    Performance dates: 04 Sep 2021 - 05 Sep 2021

    Running time: 2 hours (including an interval)

    Age recommendation: Best for age 6+. Under 3s not permitted.

    Special notice: Please note that Linzi Hateley will be performing as the Narrator on the following days and times: 17 July (matinee and evening), 18 August (matinee), 22 August (5.00pm), 25 August (2.30pm), 28 August (matinee and evening), 29 August (matinee and evening), 1 September (matinee), 4 September (matinee)

    Alexandra Burke will not appear at the above performances.

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    Latest audience reviews

    Sheridan Smith and Jason Donovan look as though they are having the time of their lives as the Narrator... More

    andysadler 22 Aug 2019

    Sheridan Smith and Jason Donovan look as though they are having the time of their lives as the Narrator and Pharoah respectively. Newcomer Jac Yarrow was absolutely superb as Joseph. The rest of the cast and crew performed brilliantly. The show is a bit odd and looks as though it was written/cobbled together whilst under the influence of drink/drugs in attempt to try and shoehorn in EVERY possible musical genre into a single play, but if you suspend your disbelief and just enjoy the performance, it provides a really enjoyable night out.

    andysadler 22 Aug 2019

    Sheridan Smith brilliant as ever. Warm, witty and in fine voice. Jac Yarrow is a star in the making.... More

    LewisV1403 05 Jul 2019

    Sheridan Smith brilliant as ever. Warm, witty and in fine voice. Jac Yarrow is a star in the making. The Egypt set is great but some of the others look a bit cheap. Some questionable desicions have been made with this production (a child playing Potiphar for example) but in the end the catchy songs and talented ensemble shine through, it’s a very fun show.

    LewisV1403 05 Jul 2019

    Joseph was fantastic! Such a vibrant and energetic musical with Jason Donovan being greeted with loud... More

    annas24 15 Oct 2019

    Joseph was fantastic! Such a vibrant and energetic musical with Jason Donovan being greeted with loud cheers from the audience as he appeared as Pharaoh. Also very impressed with Sheridan smith showing her versatility of not only as the narrator but Jacob and Potiphar’s wife too! The real star of the show though was Jac Yarrow making his professional debut giving a sensational performance of Joseph. His cheeky personality, energy and charisma really lit up the theatre and his rendition of ‘Close Every Door’ being met by a stunned silence from the audience. A new star of the theatre and definitely one to watch out for in the future. Such a shame it was only given a limited run but at least it’s coming back next year for round 2!

    annas24 15 Oct 2019

    Absolutely incredible production and there was such a great atmosphere from the whole crowd. The Joseph... More

    becks2001 15 Sep 2019

    Absolutely incredible production and there was such a great atmosphere from the whole crowd. The Joseph was outstanding considering how young he is and you could see his relationship with the other characters was great. The cast worked really great together with Jason bringing original fans back. Sheridan bringing her fans to watch with her amazing acting skills and witty character and then finally having a dashing new Joseph brought the younger generation some interest. I loved the part the children played in this modernised version and I love the tap dancing section. Absolutely brilliant.

    becks2001 15 Sep 2019

    This show is great fun! There's some fab choreography and colourful simple sets. Sheridan Smith sings... More

    jacobbush 15 Aug 2019

    This show is great fun! There's some fab choreography and colourful simple sets. Sheridan Smith sings Narrator well but it would have been better if she'd just played Narrator rather than playing other parts too. Jason Donovan is the weak link and his diction is poor. He is quite funny though. Jac Yarrow is phenomenal as Joseph. His vocals are phenomenal, his stage presence and comic timing is great and he is a brilliant dancer too.

    jacobbush 15 Aug 2019

    Loved it, bit panto now but I enjoyed that. Sheridan Smith was excellent even if she was what made it... More

    markspears 05 Aug 2019

    Loved it, bit panto now but I enjoyed that. Sheridan Smith was excellent even if she was what made it more panto. Jason Donovan put in a great performance even if his vocals were a bit poor you forgave him that for the energy he gave, and the new lad Jac Yarrow is one to watch - certain he will be a future star. Would go again

    markspears 05 Aug 2019
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