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9 September 2013

The heat is back on in the West End - MISS SAIGON is now on sale! (and booking fast)



Public booking for Cameron Mackintosh's new production of Boublil and Schönberg's legendary musical Miss Saigon is now on sale.

Miss Saigon will return to the West End on Saturday 3 May 2014 at the Prince Edward Theatre, in the musical's 25th Anniversary Year, booking for performances through to Saturday 25th October 2014.

Don't delay, book your tickets today!

Cameron Mackintosh said "I find it hard to believe that it is already 25 years since I first premiered Miss Saigon in London, where it became the greatest success ever in the long history of the Drury Lane Theatre and went on to be a phenomenal success around the world.

Ten years ago I decided to reconceive the show in a completely re-imagined physical production that could play a far greater number of theatres than the original but still retains Bob Avian's legendary musical staging and the same scale of cast. As well as touring the UK with enormous success the new production directed by Laurence Connor has been seen in numerous countries around the world where it has been embraced by audiences and critics alike with as much enthusiasm as the original.

If anything the tragic love story of Miss Saigon has become even more relevant today. In the last 25 years our country has become involved in similar wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in the way we weren't in Vietnam and the American Dream has been buffeted by the reality of recent history. The new production has taken a more gritty and realistic approach to the design than the operatic original but still delivers the power and epic sweep of Boublil and Schönberg's great score.

Of all my shows Miss Saigon is probably the one I have the most requests to bring back. For some years I have been waiting for the perfect theatre to house the new production. These requests are not only from a public who remembers seeing it originally but from a generation of new audiences who were too young (or not even born!) to get to see it. Now that the very successful Jersey Boys has decided to move to a more intimate theatre I now have the perfect theatre – The Prince Edward.
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Ticket agents with GREAT seats and ticket availability for Miss Saigon...

lastminute.com
Tickets from £31 to £76 (includes all fees)
LOVEtheatre
Tickets from £52 to £119
TheatrePeople
Tickets from £35
Ticket Master UK
Tickets from £22.00 (inc. £2.00 fees) to £74.25 (inc. £6.75 fees)
Discount Theatre
Tickets from £35

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