Waitress at Adelphi Theatre tickets
Waitress at Adelphi Theatre tickets

Waitress tickets from £19.50

Tickets from £19.50


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 Theater in 2016, where it continues to play to packed-out audiences. Catch the show at the Adelphi Theatre from 8 February.

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.

For The West End run, Lucie Jones (Legally Blonde) currently plays the starring role of Jenna. Joining her on stage are The Inbetweeners actor Blake Harrison as Ogie, Pussycat Dolls star Ashley Roberts as Dawn, Marisha Wallace as Becky, Shaun Prendergast as Old Joe, Peter Hannah as Earl and David Hunter playing Dr. Pomatter. The part of Lulu will be shared by Arabella Duffy and Fifi Christophers.The cast also features Kelly Agbowu, Nicole Raquel Dennis, Leanne Pinder, Piers Bate, Nathaniel Morrison, Michael Hamway, Stephen Leask, Sarah O'Connor, Chris McGuigan, Olivia Moore and Charlotte Riby.

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 from 8 February 2019, with a press night on 7 March 2019.

Recommended for

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.

Age Recommendations: Recommended 12+

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Dates and times

Running time: 2 hours 30 mins (including interval)
Opened: 08 Feb 2019
Press night: 07 Mar 2019
Booking from: 23 Jul 2019
Booking until: 04 Jan 2020

Next available performances

Wednesday 24 Jul 20192:30pm7:30pm
Thursday 25 Jul 2019--7:30pm
Friday 26 Jul 2019--7:30pm
Saturday 27 Jul 20192:30pm7:30pm
Monday 29 Jul 2019--7:30pm
Tuesday 30 Jul 2019--7:30pm
Wednesday 31 Jul 20192:30pm--

Location and map

Adelphi Theatre
409-412 Strand
London, WC2R 0NS

840 Reviews Add review

When baker and waitress Jenna finds herself pregnant, the regrets of her life become a catalyst for a transformation in confidence... More

MrMHurst 5"9', 23 reviews, 14 helpful votes

Having booked Waitress months in advance, I was very excited to see it (and having started to listening to the cast recording way before... More

racheltatam 169cm, 42 reviews, 1 helpful vote

I really enjoyed this show and it had a real mix of comedy and serious content - I particularly love how there are principal characters... More

andymcgowan 5"11, 14 reviews, 2 helpful votes

I had been looking forward to seeing this show for so so long after hearing the broadway soundtrack and not being able to get over... More

EmilieKay 80 reviews, 0 helpful votes

From the very second you step into the theatre you’re immersed in the show, the idea of the whole theatre smelling of pie is such a... More

AmyLouise10 5’7, 5 reviews, 0 helpful votes

Waitress the musical brought to life by a ‘Female led creative’ and written by the ever so talented Sara Bareilles doesn’t disappoint.... More

jasminebayram 1 review, 0 helpful votes

It only took a taste and I wanted the whole thing! Beautiful! I loved all the songs before going to see the show but seeing it was... More

alexm 13 reviews, 3 helpful votes

Standing in a kitchen mixing sugar, butter and flour as a child with my mum is something I have in common with the main character,... More

rachelfoote 5"7, 12 reviews, 2 helpful votes

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

bethanycarman 5’7, 51 reviews, 22 helpful votes