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Theatre details

Piccadilly Theatre

Piccadilly Theatre
16 Denman Street

Exit Piccadilly Circus Station and walk towards Eros. Cross over to the far side of the street. Take Glasshouse Street with the Illuminated signs to your right. Take the first right onto Sherwood Street and the theatre is just up the road on your right. This is approximately a 2 minute walk.

Piccadilly Circus station is 2 minute walk (159 metres)



Show notes

Booking from: 17 Feb 2018

Booking until: 18 Feb 2018

Age restrictions: Children aged 4 and under will not be permitted.

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The Show
One of the worlds most loved musicals returns to the West End this year. The musical is set in New York during the 1930's and The Great Depression. It follows brave young orphan Annie, who is leading a rather miserable life at a dreadful orphanage, run by the equally dreadful tyrant Miss Hannigan, portrayed by Meera Syal. It looks like Annie's luck is changing when she is selected to spend a fairy tale Christmas with the famous billionaire, Oliver Warbucks. This of course does not sit well with Miss Hannigan and she sets out to hatch a plan to both spoil Annie's chance to search for her true family and gain her own fortune in the process. The show features unforgettable songs including It's the Hard-knock Life, Easy Street and of course the immensely popular Tomorrow. This iconic show really isn't to be missed.

History of Annie
The history of Annie, like the lead character, comes from humble beginnings. The musical is based on a popular 1920's comic strip that was published in the New York Daily News, entitled Little Orphan Annie, written by Harold Gray. The comic strip became ever popular and widely read in the 1930s and 40s, eventually becoming a coffee table book called "The Life and Hard Times of Little Orphan Annie". In 1970 Lyricist-direct Martin Charnin was buying the book for a friend for Christmas, the plan was to take the book home and wrap the book, instead he fell in love with the book after reading it himself. His friend never got the book and Charnin looked at securing the rights. In 1971 Charnin managed to get two colleagues on board with the project, two-time Tony-winning composer Charles Strouse and a short story writer for The New Yorker, Thomas Meehan. After being turned down by 23 producers, Michael Price, in 1976, agreed to take it to the Goodspeed Opera House, whilst there it had numerous changes made. Eventually Lewis Allen and Mike Nichols decided to take a chance on the show and took it as their first Broadway venture. In 1977 the original production ran at the Alvin Theatre, now known at the Neil Simon Theatre. The show went on to win 7 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Original Score and Best Book of a Musical. Since its original production Annie has run many times in multiple theatres and even been turned into a film a few times. However no matter how long it runs for the magic of Annie never dies.

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Awards and what the Critics say
The show has won many awards and many critics hearts, below are just a few.

1977 Tony Award for Best Musical
1977 Tony Award for Best Costume Design
1997 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical
"One of the best family musicals ever penned"
Chicago Tribune

"Annie delivers a tingle that starts at the spine and wends its wat toward the tear ducts"
The Washington Post

"It's easy to find Annie's praises"
Boston Herald

Please Note: The appearance of any cast member at any time cannot be guaranteed and is subject to change of schedule and holidays/illness.

Annie audience reviews

Superb, 93%Score from 57 reviews

"Amazing show."14/2/2018

"Children were superb. Credit to the industry. Highly recommend for all ages"

"excellent performances"8/2/2018

"The show was really good the individual performances of Miss Hannigan and her brother were exceptional, the children were great. A really lovely show."

"Excellent show! Highly recommended"29/1/2018

"Annie at the Piccadilly theater was amazing. The children were great and their dance routines were on point. Loved every minute of it. Meera Syal was a good Miss Hanagan too!"

"Must see show"25/1/2018

"An amazing show, with energy and style."5/1/2018

"Brilliant show"16/12/2017

"Excellent show"9/12/2017


"All actors were very good, very energetic young cast."

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Piccadilly Theatre
16 Denman Street

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