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Alice Fearn (Elphaba) in Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre (Photo: Matt Crockett)

Alice Fearn (Elphaba) in Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre (Photo: Matt Crockett)

Wicked releases tickets till 2020

Eleni Cashell

By Eleni Cashell Published 3 April 2019

Prepare to defy gravity and dance through life, as Wicked has released 470,000 new tickets to its West End run.

Now booking until 23 May 2020, Wicked is now the ninth longest-running musical in West End history and the 13th longest running show. And just like Glinda, the show is certainly popular, as over 10 million people in London alone have seen the show since it first opened, with the cast performing over 5,000 shows to date.

Alice Fearn (Elphaba) and Sophie Evans (Glinda) in Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre (Photo: Matt Crockett)

And now even more people can see the show, as these extra tickets also include added performances on the following dates (all starting at 2.30pm unless otherwise stated):

  • Thursday 18 April
  • Thursday 15 August
  • Thursday 29 August
  • Thursday 24 October
  • Monday 23 December
  • Friday 27 December
  • Sunday 29 December (2.30pm & 7.30pm)
  • Tuesday 31 December 2019
  • Thursday 2 January
  • Friday 3 January
  • Thursday 20 February
  • Thursday 9 April 2020

Sophie Evans (Glinda) and David Witts (Fiyero) in Wicked (Photo: Darren Bell)

The show’s cast are currently: Alice Fearn (Elphaba), Sophie Evans (Glinda), David Witts (Fiyero), Melanie La Barrie (Madame Morrible), Andy Hockley (The Wizard), Chris Jarman (Doctor Dillamond), Rosa O’Reilly (Nessarose), Jack Lansbury (Boq), Laura Pick (Standby for Elphaba) and Carina Gillespie (Standby for Glinda). Cast subject to change from Monday 22 July 2019.

Based on the best-selling book, Wicked tells the untold story of the Witches of Oz.  From Glinda and Elphaba’s initial meeting at university to their completely opposite lives in the Emerald City, you’ll never see the story of the Wizard of Oz in the same way again!


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The show has probably made other productions green with envy, as it’s won over 100 major awards, including two Olivier Awards, three Tony Awards and ten theatregoer-voted WhatsOnStage Awards.

What is this feeling? It’s the feeling of booking tickets to see Wicked!


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