42nd Street Tickets
Tickets for 42nd Street are available to purchase now!
It’s big, it’s bright and it’s back! The full-of-life musical 42nd Street returns to Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London to showcase a shimmering brand-new production, reimagined from the original showbiz musical. Book your tickets today to witness the joyous magic of 42nd Street!
About 42nd Street
Peggy Sawyer sets her sights on the bright lights and bustling streets of New York City in the hopes of making it big on stage. Fresh off the bus from small-town America, the young dreamer searches the streets for an opportunity, armed with her youth and beauty. When Peggy crosses paths with a big-time director, she secures her place in the chorus line of Broadway's newest and highly-anticipated show, and when the leading lady gets injured…a shot at stardom awaits, but will she achieve her dreams?
The cast and creatives of 42nd Street
This iconic song-and-dance extravaganza is directed by Jonathan Church (Singin’ In The Rain, The Drifters Girl). The production features a hit parade of toe-tapping songs, including “We’re In The Money”, “42nd Street”, “Lullaby of Broadway”, “Shuffle Off To Buffalo” and “I Only Have Eyes For You.” this modern reimagined musical is choreographed and designed by Olivier Award winners Bill Deamer and Rob Jones.
42nd Street tickets are available now
Celebrate all things Broadway, the old and the new, in the sparkly and euphoric musical 42nd Street! 42nd Street is a timeless fairytale of reaching for the stars, set to the beat of breathtaking tap dance routines, backstage intrigue, classic romance and delightful dazzling comedy. Book your tickets 42nd street tickets today. It’s simply irresistible!
Spotlight on 42nd Street star Bonnie Langford
In case you haven’t heard, Bonnie Langford is the new Dorothy Brock in town, having made her debut as the 42nd Street character earlier this month. In celebration of her new role at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, we are casting the spotlight on the amazing… the magnificent Bonnie Langford!
20 Sep, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
Those Toe Tapping Dames!
The current production of 42nd Street at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane is not only a spectacle to watch but also a delight to the eardrums. This show also has one of the best openings to any production currently in the West End. The manifestation of the superb tap dancers perfectly in sync as the curtain rises is simply breathtaking. Pair the stunning choreography with clever lighting techniques and amazing songs and you’re in for a night that you won't forget in a hurry.
11 Sep, 2018 | By Kay Johal
News / Casting
Bonnie Langford to join the cast of 42nd Street plus closing date announced
All good things must come to an end. It has just been announced that 42nd Street will be closing its run at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane early next year. The announcement does come with some good news, however, as it has also been confirmed that the highly prolific actress and former Doctor Who star Bonnie Langford will be taking a spin as the next Dorothy Brock this autumn.
13 Jul, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
News / Casting
Steph Parry cast as the next Dorothy Brock following Mamma Mia! rescue
From sitting backstage eating carrots with houmous to becoming the new star of 42nd Street, Steph Parry is truly a modern rags-to-riches story! This heroic understudy for Dorothy Brock has now officially landed the role and will be replacing Lulu next month.
15 Jun, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
42nd Street "Immaculately danced and masterfully executed"
42nd Street is everything it promises to be; jaw-dropping, relentless routines, a 43 strong cast tapping immaculate Broadway beats down an illuminated staircase, and a bedazzled audience staring up, open-mouthed below. American Glamour has arrived at Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
6 Mar, 2018 | By Laura Franek
News / Casting
Lulu set to join the cast of 42nd street, making her West End comeback after three decades
Lulu will be returning to London's West End after a 30-year hiatus to play Dorothy Brock in the critically acclaimed 42nd Street, which recently won four WhatsOnStage awards.
1 Mar, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
10 Great things about 42nd Street (a dancer's perspective)
Back in January, I headed to the Theatre Royal Drury Lane with my friend Becky, to see 42nd Street. Now, Becky and I spend most of our time outside school dancing, and I can truly say that having now seen the show twice, it is definitely a “dancers’ show”! Here are ten great things about 42nd Street, from the point of view of a dancer!
28 Feb, 2018 | By Emily Jenkins
Awards / Features
42nd Street wins big at the 18th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards
The results are in for the winners at this year’s WhatsOnStage Awards.
The West End revival of 42nd Street was the biggest winner of the night, raking in a total of 4 awards out of its 8 nominations, which is also its record number of wins from a single awards show since it first premiered on the stage in 1981. This year, Broadway’s newest musical won for Best Musical Revival, Best Choreography, Best Costume Design and Best Set Design. Tickets to see Mark Bramble’s 42nd Street are now on special offer with no booking fees until 23 March 2018. The show will run until 1 December 2018 at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
26 Feb, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
I am still humming, singing and grinning after watching an epic performance of 42nd Street at Theatre Royal Drury Lane. This brilliant show brightens up these cold and dark days- and I'm not just talking about the January weather. And that's another impact-it has made me attempt to write smart wisecracks, which sadly do not reflect the clever and witty one-liners in 42nd Street's script and lyrics.
17 Jan, 2018 | By Sandra Howell
Reviews / Features
REVIEW: 42nd Street (in exactly 250 words)
You know that 42nd Street is going to sit on the cheesy side of musical theatre when the overture fades out, and a load of people start squeaking with excitement that Julian Marsh is doing a show! But nobody's buying tickets to see 42nd Street for hard-hitting reality; this production is centred entirely around spectacular dance. Embrace the cheesiness, and 42nd Street is a show that you might just fall for. Head over tap-shoe heel.
27 Sep, 2017 | By Harriet Wilson