Why after almost 10 years the Wicked the musical show in London still magnetizing more people to watch?
The smash-hit Wicked the Musical show is one of the dazzling shows with legendary witches and one of the most acclaimed shows in West End London and seen by millions of theatre enthusiasts from the time of its premiere in 2006. The Wicked is a story from L. Frank Baum.The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and based on the much-admired story by Gregory Maguire bringing the characters alive.
Follow the untold story about a profound friendship between two sorcery students. Be mesmerized by their extraordinary adventures in Oz, fulfilling their destinies as the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good. The followings are the historical highlights of the Wicked the musical show and we leave the judgment with you. The Wicked the musical show has won around 90 national and international awards. The show has 9 running productions in over 13 countries. In London premier since 2006, the Wicked was seen by around 6 million audiences in over 3500 performances’.Nearly 40 million people around the world watch the Wicked the musical show.
Those above facts show why the Wicked was awarded and still after almost 9 years more people are attending to see the show. If you would like to take apart and enjoy great family days out, just click the bellow button and book your ticket. The tickets for Wicked show currently selling from £35 while the shows on until 30th April 2016.
How Long is the Show?
First, the show is suitable for 7 years old and above. However, children 4 years and above may enter but they will not admit the under 4 years old. Any child under 16 years old must attend by an adult for the performance. The show is running for 2hrs and 45 minutes.
The Venue Facilities
Toilets, Disabled Toilets, Infrared Hearing Bar, Wheelchair Access
Timetable for Wicked the Musical Show
Monday & Tuesdays: 7:30 pm
Wednesday: 2:30 and 7:30 pm
Thursday to Saturday: 7:30 pm
How to get to The Apollo Theatre?
By Underground: Victoria Underground, which is on Victoria Line (blue Line) District (Green Line) Circle (Yellow line) is a few minutes’ walks from the Apollo Theatre. Just take the Wilton Road Exit. Here you can read about Oyster Card, Visitor Oyster Card or Contactless Cards to work out your travel cost cheaper.
By Buses: To find out about for the Bus number which can take you to Wicked Show, Click Here to go to plan your journey page, then type your location and put the following postcode (SW1V 1LG) for your destination. The result will show you the journey time and the bus number. Taxi: We cannot give you the estimated cost because it depends on your location. By Car: We don’t recommend you to take your car, however, if you insist, there are several car parks that you can use and normally they charge £24 for 4 hours. You can find more information about the car park here. Also, Click Here to find more information about London Congestion charges.