WICKED, the West End musical phenomenon that tells the incredible untold story of the Witches of Oz, is proud to announce that, from Monday 5 September 2016, the new cast that will lead the award-winning show through its 10th birthday celebrations at the Apollo Victoria Theatre will include: Rachel Tucker, who will return to the London production direct from a triumphant run on Broadway to play Elphaba; Suzie Mathers, who joins from the Australian production to star as Glinda; Oliver Savile, who continues as Fiyero; Anita Dobson, who joins to play Madame Morrible; Mark Curry, who continues as The Wizard; original cast member Martin Ball, who returns to play Doctor Dillamond; original cast member Katie Rowley Jones, who continues as Nessarose and Idriss Kargbo, who joins to play Boq.Alice Fearn will be Standby for Elphaba and Carina Gillespie continues as Standby for Glinda.Stunningly adapted from the celebrated book by Gregory Maguire, Wicked the Musical is the tale of Glinda the Good Witch of the North and Elphaba the Wicked Witch of the West, and how they came to be the witches that we know and love, after striking up the unlikeliest of friendships. Journey back to Oz with our Wicked theatre breaks...The girls meet at the school of sorcery and become fast friends despite their differences; beautiful Glinda is popular and bursting with ambition, while Elphaba is smart, feisty, misunderstood... and has emerald green skin.L. Frank Baum's enchanting tale is world-famous, but audiences finally hear the other side of the Oz story in this playfully Wicked show, a spectacular musical that runs in parallel to Dorothy's quest along the yellow brick road. Experience the lives of the iconic witches of Oz in a land where it ain't easy being green, and friendship and staying true to yourself is more important than being 'Popular'. We may know the friends' ultimate destinies, but how will they get there?The hit musical features one of modern theatre's best-loved showstoppers, 'Defying Gravity', plus a host of other irresistible tunes including 'No One Mourns the Wicked' and 'The Wizard and I'. Book tickets for the spellbinding show Wicked the Musical — London at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, then stay overnight in one of our handpicked nearby hotels near the Apollo Theatre (Victoria) with our top Wicked theatre deals.All Wicked Theatre Breaks include Wicked show tickets with your choice of seats on an interactive seat map, a stay at one of the top hotels near the Apollo Theatre (Victoria) with breakfast.
After breaking lots records in Broadway, the show marked its debut in Westend in the year 2006. Stephen Schwartz’s penned and composed the mesmerizing songs of Wicked the Musical London which is running with packed houses at Apollo Theatre! You can book online tickets now and avail an exciting discount package of 70%. We offer safe and secure booking with seat allocation made before the payment done. All booking will be done from the official STAR agent Websites. So, get your tickets now and have a memorable experience!
Wicked musical backstage"Behind the Emerald Curtain," an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at WICKED, run by members of the cast in several production locations. The tour, which lasts 90 minutes, includes a 20-minute film containing special footage from NY and the national tour, featuring interviews with the cast and creative team of WICKED. Participants visit the exclusive "Behind the Emerald Curtain" Museum, which includes an elaborate set model by Tony Award-winner Eugene Lee and an up-close look at some of Tony Award-winner Susan Hilferty's costumes (with beautiful details that are not always visible from the audience), as well as some of the actual props and wigs from the show.
With music and lyrics by Academy Award® winner Stephen Schwartz and a book by Winnie Holzman, Wicked musical is not only adored and largely appraised by theatrical audience in general but has a universal accreditation in the ranks of critics as it has attracted both commercial and critical success. Here is what the prominent critics of theatre world thinks of this musical: