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The 9 West End characters who should be on Tinder

Robin Johnson

By Robin Johnson First Published 14 February 2019, Last Updated 18 February 2019

Valentine’s Day; a day of love, chocolate, flowers.  But we couldn’t help but think about how our favourite Theatreland characters would mark it, and how they’d set about finding a special someone on this heavily marketed day.

We suspect they’d find someone they same way most people do: on an online dating app. So, we had a go at creating dating profiles on their behalf. Would you swipe left or right for these West End characters?

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The Phantom Of The Opera

The Phantom's Tinder profile

Miss Trunchbull (Matilda The Musical)

Miss Trunchbull's Tinder profile


Leonard Vole (Witness For The Prosecution)

Leonard Vole's Tinder Profile


Bobbie (Company)

Bobbie's Tinder Profile, Company

Jean Valjean (Les Misérables)

Jean Valjean's Tinder profile

The Woman In Black

The Woman In Black's Tinder profile

Alexander Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton's Tinder profile

Jenna (Waitress)

Jenna's tinder profile

Robert Grove (The Play That Goes Wrong)


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