Cinderella tickets
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s is taking on one of the most timeless fairy tales as he collaborates with acclaimed screenwriter Emerald Fennel on their brand new show, Cinderella the Musical, which opens at the Gillian Lynne Theatre, London in 2021. Carrie Hope Fletcher will play the titular role in this updated and reimagined version of the classic story. This new musical is set to be one of the hottest tickets in the West End, don't miss your chance to go to the ball.
Booking from 3 February 2022 until 29 May 2022
Run time is 2 hours 40 minutes (including an interval)

Box Office Contacts

Box Office:+44 (0) 20 7087 7750
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Stage Door:020 7242 9802


One of the newest theatres on the West End, the Gillian Lynne Theatre (formerly New London Theatre) was built in 1973, on a site that has housed a theatre since Elizabethan times. Originally named the Mogul Saloon, the building lasted between 1847-1919, housing variety shows.

In 1919, the theatre was renamed the Winter Garden Theatre, reopening with P. G. Wodehouse's Kissing Times. Throughout the early 20th century, Gershwin musicals began to rise in popularity, with the theatre hosting Primrose (1924) and Tell Me More (1925). A hugely popular production of Funny Face (1929) also played at the venue, starring Fred and Adele Astaire.

Following the bout of musicals, the theatre began to stage plays such as George Bernard Shaw’s On the Rocks (1933) and Walter Greenwood’s Love On The Doll (1935). After a closure of several years, the theatre reopened with dramas, including Agatha Christie’s Witness for the Prosecution (1953). Sadly, the theatre began to lose audiences and closed once more in 1959.

In 1973, the Gillian Lynne Theatre was built and has gone on to house several large, successful musicals and plays, as well as Eurovision Song Contest heats, but is perhaps best-known for acting as the original home of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats (1981-2002). Following this, the venue hosted Umoja (2002-2003), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (2003-2005), Blue Man Group (2005-2007) and the RSC's King Lear and The Seagull (2007-2008), starring Ian McKellen.

In 2008, the theatre put on Gone With the Wind - A New Musical, starring Darius Campbell and Jill Paice, which closed after less than two months. This was followed by Imagine This - A New Musical, which had even worse luck, closing after less than one month.

In 2009, the Gillian Lynne Theatre struck lucky with the transfer of the National Theatre's War Horse, which ran at the venue until early 2016. Further productions have since included The Elephantom (2014) and Sheffield Crucible's five-star Show Boat (2016), which earned Rebecca Trehearn an Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical.

Andrew Lloyd Webber's Broadway hit School of Rock the Musical transferred to the venue in 2016, earning rave reviews from audiences and critics alike. The musical played its final performance at the venue in March 2020.

The Gillian Lynne Theatre underwent refurbishment works prior to the opening of Andrew Lloyd Webber's brand new musical adaptation of Cinderella in June 2021, starring Carrie Hope Fletcher in the title role. The production was due to open in 2020 but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Past Shows

School Of Rock The Musical
School Of Rock The Musical
(closed 29 Feb 2020)
Show Boat
Show Boat
(closed 27 Aug 2016)
War Horse
War Horse
(closed 12 Mar 2016)