Waitress Tickets and Hotel

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Tickets + hotel fr £63 / person

Tickets + hotel fr £63 £56 / person

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Theatre details

Adelphi Theatre

Adelphi Theatre
409-412 Strand

Exit Charing Cross Tube Station onto The Strand and walk away from Trafalgar Square. Stay on the Strand and the theatre is a quarter of a mile up the road on the left hand side. This is approximately a 6 minute walk.



Show notes

Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes

Booking from: 21 Oct 2019

Booking until: 28 Mar 2020

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The Show
Waitress follows the story of expert pie maker and waitress Jenna. Set in the American South, Jenna works at Joe's Diner and dreams of a better life for herself away from Earl, her unloving husband. Jenna sees an opportunity to escape when she finds out about a pie contest with a grand prize. However, things take a turn when Jenna discovers she is pregnant and finds herself in Dr Pomatter's office. Whilst Jenna tries to find her happiness her friends Becky and Dawn are along for the ride and on the way find themselves creating their own recipe for love and happiness. Staring American Idol star Katherine McPhee as Jenna, the musical promises to be a celebration of motherhood, friendship and a great pie.

History of Waitress
Waitress was originally a film, written by Adrienne Shelly, that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2007. The film received positive reviews and was considered a "good-hearted, well-made comedy". A stage musical was written by Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson and originally opened in August 2015 at the American Repertory Theatre in Massachusetts. After closing in September, the show took to Broadway 6 months later for previews and officially opened on April 24th at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. After a U.S national tour that started in 2017, the musical now comes to the West End with a female-led creative team including Tony Award winning director Diane Paulus.

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Awards & what the Critics say
"A little slice of heaven!" Entertainment Weekly
"A fresh, emotionally satisfying tale of self-liberation" Time Out New York
"An empowering musical of the highest order!" Chicago Tribune
"Sweet, sassy, passionate and delightful!" New York Magazine

Waitress audience reviews

Excellent, 87%Score from 20 reviews

"Not to be missed"13/10/2019

"Absolutely fantastic show excellent performances by all great story had us crying with sadness and laughter in equal measures highly recommended"


"Brilliant cast, extremely funny, light hearted and a very modern musical. Enjoyed immensely with such a talented cast."

"Simply awesome"11/8/2019

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Adelphi Theatre
409-412 Strand

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Charing Cross station is 2 minute walk (212 metres)

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