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Oklahoma! Tickets

Wyndham's Theatre

After wowing Broadway and Young Vic audiences, Daniel Fish’s bold reimagining of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s musical opens in the West End.

Oklahoma Musical Tickets - A Bold Revival of a Classic

Experience Rodgers & Hammerstein’s classic musical Oklahoma! like you’ve never seen it before with Daniel Fish’s Tony Award-winning production in the West End. This “utterly thrilling” (The Evening Standard) revival has bowled over audiences on Broadway, at the Young Vic Theatre and is now a sensation at Wyndham’s Theatre.

What is Oklahoma about?

Oklahoma! is the story of a community that comes together against an outsider, as farmgirl Laurey finds herself the object of affection for two men: cowboy Curly and newcomer Jud. Exploring the frontier life that shaped America, this was the musical that shaped all musicals, with highly recognisable songs including “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin” and “I Cain’t Say No”.

Daniel Fish’s visionary production brings Oklahoma! right up to date, making the story funny, sexy and relevant for the 21st century without altering Rodgers & Hammerstein’s original book and music. In contrast to the jolly, exuberant vision so many of us might have of the musical, this production is an exciting and refreshing evening of entertainment that will render you “fascinated by the strange brutality it reveals at the heart of its story” (Time Out), whilst still remaining “modern, sexy and unsettling” (The Guardian).

It won the Tony Award for Best Musical Revival in New York, and recently enjoyed a sold-out season at the Young Vic Theatre in 2022. In London, it has won the Olivier Award and WhatsOnStage Award for Best Musical Revival, and the Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical.

Oklahoma West End Cast and Creatives

Director Daniel Fish leads this barnstorming production of Oklahoma!, after premiering his visionary production on Broadway back in 2019. His “probing revamp” was deemed a “revelation” by The Hollywood Reporter, and he was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical.

Casting for the Oklahoma! West End run includes Anoushka Lukas (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre: Jesus Christ Superstar) as Laurey; Sam Palladio (Dreamboats and Petticoats) as Curly; and Patrick Vaill as Jud - Vaill won the Evening Standard Theatre Awards gong for Best Musical Performance.

Book Oklahoma West End Tickets Today

You just “Cain’t Say No” to Oklahoma! tickets! Catch this runaway hit at the Wyndham’s Theatre and see the great American musical in a brand new light.

Sorry this show closed 02 September 2023, we recommend these similar productions.

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Performance dates:
01 Sep 2023 - 02 Sep 2023
Running time:
2 hours and 50 minutes including an interval.
Age recommendation:
Best for age 12+
Audience Notes:
Fresh corn, corn bread, flour (mix of cornmeal and flour) and eggs are handled and consumed on stage during the show.

Oklahoma! Reviews

4.0
653 Reviews
  • 5 Stars45%
  • 4 Stars29%
  • 3 Stars15%
  • 2 Stars7%
  • 1 Stars4%

User Reviews

Verified

This production of Oklahoma is really interesting. It's a radical reimagining of the show with some really challenging and thought provoking uses of lighting, staging and so on. Don't go expecting the traditional version, but do go if you want somet Read more

Performance date: 09 August 2023
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This is a fascinating and very different reimagining of a traditional musical. Don't go expecting the classic version of the show because this is not that at all! There is some challenging use of lighting and the staging is extremely different. It ha Read more

Performance date: 09 August 2023
Verified

Mind blowing. The wildest most insane experience in a theatre packed with so much energy and the sheer creative vision of this show is unreal. Some mind boggling moments and the intensity is played to perfection.

Performance date: 17 June 2023
1/218

Frequently Asked Questions

How much are Oklahoma tickets?

Ticket prices range from around £30 to over £180 depending on the date you book and availability.

What are the most expensive tickets for the Oklahoma musical?

Seats in the middle of rows E-G of the Stalls and A-B of the Royal Circle are the most expensive for this show, with excellent views of the stage. They cost up to £200.

Some of the very best seats include Stalls E23. It is the perfect distance from the stage, so you can feel the intimacy of this production and enjoy the bigger musical numbers all at once. SeatPlan users had high praise for this seat, saying it was “close but not too close” and offered an “extraordinary” view.

How can I get cheap tickets for Oklahoma?

Book a week or two in advance to get the best availability across all price bands, especially the cheaper seats. If you can attend on a weekday, you can also save around 10% on your tickets.

If you want to sit in the Stalls, seats in front of premium are up to 41% cheaper, and for this production you can enjoy a very unique experience from Row AA; reviewers in seats such as AA17 confirm that you might get called on by the cast from here! Elsewhere in the venue, the good value back of the Royal Circle is comparable in price to the back of the Stalls, but of the two we would recommend seats such as 5-star Royal Circle F12.

Offers and discounts are often available for this show, and you may be able to find some last-minute bargains in its final two months. Sign up for an Alert and we will let you know when these are available.

What else would you like to know?

If you have any other questions about Oklahoma that we have not answered, please get in touch with us at help@seatplan.com and we will do our best to help.
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