& Juliet

& Juliet tickets
& Juliet is a brand new pop musical playing at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London, which sees Juliet become the leader of her own story. What if her famous ending was really just her beginning? The glorious new musical features pop songs by Max Martin, including '...Baby One More Time', and 'Love Me Like You Do'. This joyous show, crammed full of the biggest pop songs of the last 20 years, is the ideal way to party the night away with Juliet and friends. Don't miss this hit West End show.
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Booking until 25 June 2022
Run time is 2 hours 30 mins (including an interval)

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Stage Door:020 7379 3345

History

Designed by prolific theatre architect Bertie Crewe, the Shaftesbury Theatre first opened in 1911 under the name of the New Prince’s Theatre, with a production of The Three Musketeers. In 1914, the building was renamed the Prince’s Theatre and housed several Gilbert and Sullivan operas.

Early productions at the venue included a well-received production of Funny Face (1928), starring Fred and Adele Astaire, Diplomacy (1933), starring Basil Rathbone, The Rose of Persia (1935), the ballet Carmen (1949), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1962) and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1963-1964).

In 1973, part of the theatre ceiling fell down, forcing early closure of musical Hair, which had been running at the venue since 1968. Following repairs, the theatre reopened with a production of West Side Story (1974), followed by They’re Playing Our Song (1980-1982), Follies (1987-1989) and Out of Order (1990).

Subsequent productions included a series of musicals such as Kiss of the Spider Woman (1992-1993), starring Chita Rivera, Carousel (1993-1994), Eddie Izzard: Definite Article (1995), Tommy (1996-1997), Rent (1998) and Thoroughly Modern Millie (2003-2004), starring Amanda Holden and Maureen Lipman.

Since then, a variety of shows have graced the Shaftesbury Theatre stage, including Bat Boy: The Musical (2004-2005), Fame: The Musical (2007), Hairspray: The Musical (2007-2010), starring Michael Ball, Burn the Floor (2010), Flashdance (2010-2011) and Derren Brown – Svengali (2011).

Following this, the theatre became synonymous with hosting large-scale musicals, with revivals and premieres that included Rock of Ages (2011-2013), From Here to Eternity (2013-2014), The Pajama Game (2014-2015), Memphis (2014-2015), starring Beverley Knight and Matt Cardle, and The Illusionists (2015).

Broadway import Motown: The Musical opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre in 2016 and will entertain audiences until April 2019, followed by a UK tour. International magic show The Illusionists will run for a limited summer season.

Autumn 2019 saw new pop musical & Juliet by Grammy Award-winning songwriter Max Martin take to the stage, following a hugely successful premiere in Manchester. The theatre closed its doors in March 2020 in response to the Coronavirus pandemic and remained closed until May 2021.

In June 2021, Broadway cult phenomenon Be More Chill played a summer season at the theatre, alongside ABBA tribute show ABBA Mania.

Smash-hit musical & Juliet returned to the venue in September, starring many members of the original cast.

Past Shows

Be More Chill
Be More Chill
(closed 5 Sep 2021)
ABBA Mania
ABBA Mania
(closed 6 Jun 2021)
The Illusionists
The Illusionists
(closed 1 Sep 2019)

 
Motown the Musical
Motown the Musical
(closed 20 Apr 2019)
The Illusionists
The Illusionists
(closed 3 Jan 2016)
Memphis
Memphis
(closed 31 Oct 2015)

 
The Pajama Game
The Pajama Game
(closed 13 Sep 2014)
From Here To Eternity
From Here To Eternity
(closed 29 Mar 2014)
Burn The Floor
Burn The Floor
(closed 1 Sep 2013)