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Theatre details

Prince Edward Theatre

Prince Edward Theatre
28 Old Compton Street
London
W1D 4HS

Directions:
From Leicester Square Underground station proceed up Charing Cross Road. At the Palace Theatre turn left onto Moor Street. Take a left on to Old Compton Street. Contine along Old Compton Street and the theatre is on your right hand side. This is approximately a 2 minute walk.

Tube:
Tottenham Court Road station is 3 minute walk (297 metres)

Performances

MatineeEvening
Monday7.30pm
Tuesday7.30pm
Wednesday7.30pm
Thursday2.30pm7.30pm
Friday7.30pm
Saturday2.30pm7.30pm

Show notes

Running time: 2 hours 40 minutes

Booking from: 25 Feb 2016

Booking until: 27 Feb 2016

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The Show
If you are fan of epic love stories then look no further than the London Production of Miss Saigon. This show depicts the classic tale of a young bar girl named Kim, who was orphaned by the devastation of war. Prepare to be engrossed by Kim's story as she falls madly in love with an American GI called Chris. Watch as their love story unfolds and their lives are torn apart by the fall of Saigon.

Please be aware that Miss Saigon contains some scenes and language which may not be suitable for younger audience members. Therefore, we recommend the show for those of 12 years and above.

History of Miss Saigon
Miss Saigon first wowed audiences of the West End 25 years ago when it was shown at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. The show's success can now be summed up by the fact that it has now been shown in over 300 cities around the world and been performed in 15 different languages. Cameron Mackintosh's highly acclaimed new production of Miss Saigon has finally made its greatly anticipated return to the West End, and is proving a smash hit by winning awards and breaking box office records.

Why book London theatre breaks to see Miss Saigon Musical?
Don't miss your chance to be part of this gripping love story, why not buy tickets from Hotel Direct today and prepare yourselves to become enthralled in this epic tale. Book one of our theatre breaks and combine your tickets with a stay in one of our London hotels, perfect for those looking for the ultimate West End experience.

Awards and what the critics have to say
This show really does have fantastic reviews; have a look below at just a small selection of the amazing feedback this show has received from the critics.

'Mind- Blowingly Brilliant' Magic FM
'This could be the greatest musical of all time'-Christopher Stevens (The Daily Mail)
'Superb, powerful, exciting often feels like the greatest musical you have ever seen' -Charles Spencer (The Daily Telegraph)
'Miss Saigon makes a triumphant and passionate return to the West End' Claire O'Boyle (Sunday Mirror)
'A must see in the life of anyone who loves musical theatre' -Magic FM

With reviews like this if you are a lover of the theatre, can you really afford to miss this sensation.
Why not take a look at what our previous customers have had to say about Miss Saigon? We offer a full listing of completely unbiased reviews on our website.

The London Production of Miss Saigon has not only reviewed incredibly well, it has previously received prestigious awards. In 1989 it was awarded the Laurence Olivier Awards for Best Actor and Actress in a musical. It has also won awards such as the Tony Award, Drama Desk Award and Theatre World Award. The return of Miss Saigon in Cameron Mackintosh's depiction of this incredible tale is also set for great things and was nominated for 12 WhatsOnStage Awards in December 2014.

Interesting Facts about Miss Saigon
  • Miss Saigon is a modern adaptation of Giacomo Puccini's opera Madame Butterfly, and similarly tells the tragic tale of a romance involving an Asian woman abandoned by her American lover.
  • Lea Salonga played Kim in the original London production. She also sang the part of Jasmine in "A whole new world" as part of the soundtrack for the Walt Disney animated hit "Aladdin".
  • The original Miss Saigon is one of the most spectacular and technically complex productions ever staged. More than 260 people worked the London production at each performance and only 47 actually appeared in front of the audience.

Miss Saigon audience reviews

Superb, 94%Score from 369 reviews

"Outstanding show"18/2/2016

17/2/2016

"Thoroughly enjoyed every minute. Very good seats in stalls U25/26 however not so good if you are short as if someone tall sits in front of you they obscure your view."

"Miss Saigon"14/2/2016

"The theatre staff were all very friendly and helpful.Picking up tickets was very easy and went smoothly!!The only downside was the busy bar and had to wait for quite a while, but this was mainly down to some customers pushing in and not waiting their turn.All staff were amazing!!"

"Miss saigon"14/2/2016

"Excellent show throughly engaging wonderful cast we really enjoyed it"

"Fantastic"10/2/2016

"A must see show, Fantastic. Far better than expected.Great vocals."

"Well worth the visit"7/2/2016

"This show was outstanding and if you are thinking of going it`s a must"

"no need to say any more excellent"7/2/2016

"Wow what a show only my second time at the theatre it`s a must see"28/1/2016

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W1D 4HS

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