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Waitress Tickets

Please note that Sara Bareilles and Gavin Creel will depart Waitress one week early, on 14 March 2020. Lucie Jones and David Hunter will return to the show from 23 March 2020.

Six-time Grammy Award-nominee Sara Bareilles brings her smash-hit Broadway musical Waitress to the West End, transferring to London’s Adelphi Theatre. Garnering rave reviews from audiences and critics alike, the delicious production originally opened at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in 2016.

Based on Adrienne Shelly’s 2007 film, Waitress is the sumptuous story of Jenna, a pie-maker who longs to escape her small town and loveless marriage. When a baking contest arises nearby, she is presented with the perfect opportunity. That is, until she finds out that she is no longer baking for one…

With songs such as “Bad Idea”, “It Only Takes a Taste”, “You Matter to Me” and “She Used to Be Mine”, this emotional, heart-warming and endearingly funny musical features music and lyrics by Sara Bareilles, who is the popular writer of songs such as “Love Song” and “Brave”.

Broadway star Jessie Mueller originally starred as Jenna, with a cast including Drew Gehling, Kimiko Glenn, Keala Settle and award-winner Christopher Fitzgerald. Since then, various stars have taken on the lead role, including Katherine McPhee, Betsy Wolfe and Sara Bareilles herself.

With a book by Jessie Nelson, the production is billed to be the first West End musical to feature an all-female creative team, with direction by Diane Paulus (Pippin) and choreography by Lorin Latarro (Les Liaisons Dangereuses).

Nominated for multiple Tony and Drama Desk Awards, Waitress is the divine musical about love, loss and passion. Receiving its UK premiere at the Adelphi Theatre, the show runs in London until 4 July 2020.

Performance dates: 01 Jun 2020 - 13 Mar 2020

Running time: 2 hours 30 mins (including interval)

Age recommendation: Recommended 11+

Special notice: Those who have always wanted to see the Broadway show now have a chance to catch it in the West End! A must-see for all musical lovers, Waitress is guaranteed to capture the imaginations of all theatregoers.

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Latest Audience Reviews

There is quite a hype about this show, so after seeing the film (which I really liked) I decided to see... More

wesleym 05 Sep 2019

There is quite a hype about this show, so after seeing the film (which I really liked) I decided to see what the show would offer. I REALLY enjoyed it and Lucie Jones is incredible - her voice is AMAZING! One of the best versions of “She Used To Be Mine” that I have ever heard. The show would be a 5 star if they invested a bit more detail on the stage production - still, it is a must-see show!

wesleym 05 Sep 2019

Just an incredible show, so much heart and humour! Blake Harrison is a brilliant Ogie! So funny and so... More

bethanycarman 06 Jul 2019

Just an incredible show, so much heart and humour! Blake Harrison is a brilliant Ogie! So funny and so much passion combined with a great singing voice! Ashley Roberts was so involved and loving her time on stage! Lucie Jones played Jenna in such a different way, very sweet and innocent! Peter Hannah is a fantastic Earl, he is so dramatic and a fantastic actor! A must see.

bethanycarman 06 Jul 2019

Second time seeing the show, first time was in May with Kat McPhee. Lucie Jones was just as phenomenal... More

akuab 10 Nov 2019

Second time seeing the show, first time was in May with Kat McPhee. Lucie Jones was just as phenomenal in the role, supporting cast of David Hunter and Laura Baldwin were also stunning, with both showing great comedic timing.

akuab 10 Nov 2019

Third slice of the pie, and still as delicious as ever! The new casting is great, although took some... More

stephensmith3 31 Oct 2019

Third slice of the pie, and still as delicious as ever! The new casting is great, although took some time to settle into American accents. Although clearly stunt casting, Joe Sugg was good in his role and did elicit some genuine laughs. Lucie Jones was a worthy successor in the role of Jenna.

stephensmith3 31 Oct 2019

This was my second time seeing Waitress and what can I say, it gets better and better the more times... More

AbbyS 25 Sep 2019

This was my second time seeing Waitress and what can I say, it gets better and better the more times I see it. Lucie Jones was utterly fabulous and her voice is to die for. It was also really interesting seeing Joe Sugg as Ogie. Contrary to may theatre lovers who are against stunt casting he really pulled it off. Such a great show over all with great music and a story line that will bring you to tears multiple times but ultimately has a happy ending, and the book really has some banger jokes and commentary. I love love love this show.

AbbyS 25 Sep 2019

Although wanting to see Waitress for ageeeess I actually didn’t know much about it apart from everyone... More

becks2001 12 Sep 2019

Although wanting to see Waitress for ageeeess I actually didn’t know much about it apart from everyone raving about it. I must admit that it wasn’t what I was expecting at all and I did find it quite confusing at first as to why this person kept saying “butter sugar flour” in the background all the time. Apart from being confused and missing some of the jokes the music I still enjoyed and Lucie Jones was absolutely incredible, she brings so much to the character of Jenna. Her vocal range is so impressive how she can go from so strong to such a soft singing voice. The character of Ogie is absolutely hilarious and brings life to everyone sending giggles all around the theatre. All around a brilliant show and is even better the second time (when you understand it more!)

becks2001 12 Sep 2019
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