Pretty Woman: The Musical

Pretty Woman: The Musical tickets
Pretty Woman: The Musical is strutting its stuff at the West End's Savoy Theatre. Starring Aimie Atkinson and Oliver Tompsett, and featuring music from legendary rock artist Bryan Adams, this feel-good adaptation of the classic 1990s rom-com is the perfect date night show.
Booking until 18 June 2023
Run time is 2 hours 20 minutes (including an interval)

Box Office Contacts

Box Office:+44 (0) 844 871 7687
Access Booking:+44 (0) 800 912 6971
Group Booking:020 7206 1174
Stage Door:020 7845 6050


Situated on the famous Strand, the Savoy Theatre was originally built by Richard D’Oyly Carte and designed by prolific theatre architect CJ Phipps, first opening in 1881. Renowned for hosting comic operas, early productions included Gilbert and Sullivan’s Patience (1881), Iolanthe (1882), The Mikado (1885), The Gondoliers (1889) and The Grand Duke (1896).

After the war, the theatre became synonymous with hosting premieres including Paddy the Next Best Thing (1920), Treasure Island (1922), Oscar Wilde’s Salome (1931) and Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit (1941), as well as several Shakespeare productions.

Following renovations after a fire in 1990, the theatre hosted a number of plays and musicals, including Noel Coward’s Relative Values (1993), Tom Stoppard’s Travesties (1993), starring Anthony Sher, She Loves Me (1994), starring Ruthie Henshall and Communicating Doors (1996).

Notable later productions including JB Priestley’s When We Are Married (1996), starring Dawn French and Alison Steadman, Hay Fever (1999), H.M.S. Pinafore (2000), Return to the Forbidden Planet (2002) and a revival of H.M.S. Pinafore (2003). Blithe Spirit was revived at the venue in 2004-2005.

More recent productions at the Savoy Theatre have included The Rat Pack: Live from Las Vegas (2006), Porgy and Bess (2006), directed by Trevor Nunn, Fiddler on the Roof (2007-2008), Carousel (2008-2009), Legally Blonde (2010-2012), The Sunshine Boys (2012), starring Danny DeVito and Richard Griffiths, and Soul Sister (2012).

Beatles’ musical Let It Be (2013-2014) followed, along with Cabaret (2013), starring Will Young and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (2014-2015), starring Robert Lindsay. 2015 saw Imelda Staunton take to the stage as Mama Rose in musical Gypsy, earning an Olivier Award on the way.

Guys and Dolls (2016) followed, with Sheridan Smith starring in the Menier Chocolate Factory transfer of Funny Girl (2016) after. In November 2016, Amber Riley made her West End debut in musical Dreamgirls, earning the actress an Olivier Award. Dreamgirls continued into 2018, starring Marisha Wallace, Karen Mav and Moya Angela.

In 2019, the iconic venue became the home of Dolly Parton's 9 to 5 the Musical, which marks the first time the show has been performed in the West End. The show stars theatre legend Bonnie Langford as well as actress Natalie McQueen, Love Island 2017 winner Amber Davies, and Baywatch star David Hasselhoff.

Pretty Woman: The Musical transferred to the theatre in July 2021, starring Danny Mac and Aimee Atkinson. A planned production of Stephen Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George has been postponed indefinitely.

Past Shows

9 to 5 the Musical
9 to 5 the Musical
(closed 23 May 2020)
(closed 19 Jan 2019)
Funny Girl
Funny Girl
(closed 8 Oct 2016)

Guys and Dolls
Guys and Dolls
(closed 12 Mar 2016)
(closed 25 Nov 2015)
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
(closed 7 Mar 2015)