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Rachelle Ann Go (Eliza Hamilton), Rachel John (Angelica) and Christine Allado (Peggy) in Hamilton (Photo: Matthew Murphy)

Rachelle Ann Go (Eliza Hamilton), Rachel John (Angelica) and Christine Allado (Peggy) in Hamilton (Photo: Matthew Murphy)

Hamilton announces new West End booking period

Robin Johnson

By Robin Johnson First Published 31 May 2018, Last Updated 31 May 2018

Plenty of people have had to Wait For It – the chance to witness Lin-Manuel Miranda’s globe-conquering musical masterpiece, Hamilton. And they’ll soon be able to see the show that continues to Blow Us All Away: a new booking period for the London production will go on sale on Monday 4 June 2018 at 12noon BST.

From that point, tickets will be available to purchase for performances up until Saturday 30 March 2019 via official Hamilton ticketing channels.

A sung- and rapped- through musical, Hamilton’s score fuses hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B and Broadway to tell the tale of the lesser-known American founding father.

Rachelle Ann Go (Eliza Hamilton) and Jamael Westman (Alexander Hamilton) in Hamilton (Photo: Matthew Murphy)Rachelle Ann Go (Eliza Hamilton) and Jamael Westman (Alexander Hamilton) in Hamilton (Photo: Matthew Murphy)

The show claimed seven Olivier Awards with Mastercard at this year’s ceremony (having been nominated for a record-setting thirteen), adding to its glittering haul of eleven Tony Awards on Broadway.

Looking to find out more about how Hamilton happens? Take a look at our exclusive backstage tour of the set at the Victoria Palace Theatre.

In addition to the launch of Monday’s new booking period, Hamilton ticket-hunters can continue to enter the West End £10 daily lottery. Patrons can also check official Hamilton channels for news of late release seats which may become available at short notice.

In the hip-hop words of the man himself, “do not throw away your shot!”

Find out more about Hamilton right here.

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