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    Pretty Woman: The Musical tickets

    Set a date with a Hollywood classic

    Fall in love with the classic Hollywood rom-com all over again! Based on the Julia Roberts and Richard Gere film, the swoon-worthy Pretty Woman musical continues to enchant West End audiences.

    Pretty Woman: The Musical is the story of unlikely couple Edward Lewis, a high-powered businessman, and Vivian Ward, the escort he hires to date him. As the pair attend work and social events, a romance develops that challenges both their perceptions.

    Aimie Atkinson (Six the Musical) and Danny Mac (White Christmas) star as Vivian and Edward, with other members of the Pretty Woman London cast including Rachel Wooding as Kit De Luca, Bob Harms as Happy Man/Mr. Thompson, Neil McDermott as Philip Stuckey and Mark Holden as James Morse.

    The film’s powerful, feel-good music is brought to life on stage by Bryan Adams and collaborator Jim Vallance, making Pretty Woman tickets impossible to resist.

    It's swept up fans in New York and London already, and it would be a big mistake - huge - to miss Pretty Woman at the Savoy Theatre.

    Performance dates: 26 Sep 2022 - 28 Jan 2023

    Running time: 2 hours 20 minutes (including an interval)

    Age recommendation: Best for age 12+. Under 5s not permitted.

    Special notice: This production contains some moderate sexual references.

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    Latest audience reviews

    Been wanting to see this show for a while and I'm glad I did. Performers sang their hearts out and I'm... More

    andysargeant 16 Aug 2022

    Been wanting to see this show for a while and I'm glad I did. Performers sang their hearts out and I'm not worried that the costume for a scene wasn't the same as the film. The first act was very good, but the second act really kicks up a gear. Very enjoyable evening.

    andysargeant 16 Aug 2022

    A good adaptation of a classic. Not the best interpretation of a film that I've seen but still worth... More

    edwoz 28 Jul 2022

    A good adaptation of a classic. Not the best interpretation of a film that I've seen but still worth seeing. Did are ok and they haven't cut out of changed too much of the source material. The hotel manager sold every scene he was in.

    edwoz 28 Jul 2022

    True to the film, acting, singing & dancing superb - look out for the concierge & bellboy - very funny More

    marieharris 05 Sep 2022

    True to the film, acting, singing & dancing superb - look out for the concierge & bellboy - very funny

    marieharris 05 Sep 2022

    This new stage musical is true to the popular movie. With tunes penned by Bryan Adams - it definitely... More

    debbiew16 31 Jul 2021

    This new stage musical is true to the popular movie. With tunes penned by Bryan Adams - it definitely rocks. Interesting sets, lively dance numbers and definite chemistry between the principles add to it's appeal. A standout performance by the "Happy Man" tops it off. Recommended.

    debbiew16 31 Jul 2021

    If you’ve seen the movie starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts then you’ll be familiar with the boy... More

    AndrewH306 26 May 2022

    If you’ve seen the movie starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts then you’ll be familiar with the boy meets girl storyline. All the iconic scenes and lines from the movie appear in the stage show, apart from Kit’s “$50 grandpa, and for 75 the wife can watch!” There was a far more comical feel to the show, which added a more intriguing dimension in comparison to the movie. A special mention has to go to Kit de Luca (Rachael Wooding) with her fabulous vocal; to the hotel manager Mr Thompson (Bob Harms) and the actor’s multi-character appearances; and to the bellboy Guilio (Alex Charles) who bought some great levels of humour with his role. I was hoping to see Danny Mac play the role of Edward Lewis. However, his understudy, John Addison was brilliant. His solo number, “Freedom” was outstanding. Aimie Atkinson in the role of Vivian Ward was awesome, and her vocal range was spine-tingling. The musical numbers were fun, and I liked the way the cast incorporated the opera, “La Traviata” into the show (I have to book this opera in 2023). Kit’s vocal was just outstanding, and the duets between Vivian and Edward were beautiful. And the way the audience were teased with the “Pretty Woman” theme tune at the beginning of Act II was hilarious. This show was a lot better than I expected it might be. I would definitely go and see this again, but I have been spoilt by seeing the show in a far better seat than I had originally booked. I was originally booked in the heavily discounted seats in the Grand Circle. So, I was pleasantly surprised when I was told that I had been upgraded into the Dress Circle, which cost over five times as much as my original ticket. I presume, like Mary Poppins, ticket sales were not brilliant and so the Grand Circle would have been closed, and everyone upgraded. (Even with the upgrades, the back part of the Dress Circle sadly, still looked half empty).

    AndrewH306 26 May 2022

    Story much like the film which is good, the characters were well played, set was ok, keeps a good bit... More

    markspears 09 Oct 2021

    Story much like the film which is good, the characters were well played, set was ok, keeps a good bit of the fun and comedy i very much liked the hotel manager, danny mac in lead was very good the role suited him, bit disappointing that the Music did'nt have anything from the film but the songs they did do worked well

    markspears 09 Oct 2021
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