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Pretty Woman: The Musical is BACK in a new home, the beautiful Savoy Theatre. Guaranteed to delight every rom-com and West End theatre fan, Pretty Woman tickets are disappearing faster than a Cadillac. So, if you want the fairy tale, unlock the best Pretty Woman theatre tickets now and fall in love with this stunning West End Musical. Whether you’re shopping on a budget, or you’ve got movie star megabucks, you’ll find tickets for Pretty Woman The Musical in London on sale now. Missing this show would be a big mistake. Huge! We’ve got the best seats and you can even check out best seat reviews on our interactive seat map.

Welcome to Hollywood! What’s your dream? 

What’s Pretty Woman: The Musical about?

Based the iconic Julia Roberts/Richard Gere movie from the 1990s, Pretty Woman is one of the most romantic tales of all time. But it’s also gritty and doesn’t pull any punches. The Pretty Woman of the title is Vivian Ward, a free-spirited Hollywood prostitute. She’s hired by Edward Lewis, a wealthy businessman as his paid companion. Edward just happens to be drop dead gorgeous, too. Over the course of a week, Vivian escorts Edward to business and social functions, including a famous night at the Opera.

Of course, things don’t run smoothly. Vivian is looked down on by the social circles Edward mixes in and it’s soon apparent that fate, and their class divide, makes a future together impossible. Can love win out for these unlikely soulmates? Or will their differences ultimately tear them apart?

Pretty Woman The Musical cleverly recreates the moments you love from the movie and combines them with a scintillating new rock score by Grammy Award® winner Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance (‘Summer of ’69’, ‘Heaven’). The show is directed and choreographed by double Tony Award® winner Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde, Hairspray), and the creative team is completed with a book by the movie’s legendary director Garry Marshall and screenwriter J.F. Lawton.

Pretty Woman returns with a cast lead by Aimie Atkinson (Six, In The Heights) and Danny Mac (White Christmas, Sunset Boulevard). This dazzlingly joyous love story is guaranteed to lift your spirits and light up your heart.

Pretty Woman: The Musical songs 

The classic rock score features the songs Welcome To Hollywood, Anywhere But Here, Something About Her, Luckiest Girl In The World, Rodeo Drive, On A Night Like Tonight, Don’t Forget To Dance, Freedom, You’re Beautiful, Welcome To Our World, This Is My Life, Never Give Up On A Dream, You And I, I Can’t Go Back, Long Way Home and Together Forever.  You’ll come out dancing on air and singing the songs all summer long! Don’t miss out – book now! 

Pretty Woman: The Musical awards

The show originated on Broadway, where it was nominated for five Audience Awards. These included wins for Favourite Actor in a Musical (Andy Karl), Favourite Featured Actress in a Musical and Favourite Diva Performance (Orfeh). See why Broadway audiences loved this show for yourself at London’s Savoy Theatre this summer!

Five priceless facts about Pretty Woman 

1. In the movie, the most famous scene almost wasn’t there. On the day of filming, Julia Roberts was feeling poorly, so Richard Gere tried to cheer her up with a gag, snapping the box of a necklace on her hand. The director loved their improvisation so much, he kept it in the final edit.
2. The necklace in question was real and cost almost 2% of the film’s entire $14m budget. It was made by French jeweller Joaillier from 23 pear-cut rubies surrounded by diamond encrusted hears in 18 carat white gold.
3.Julia Roberts almost wasn’t in the movie. The part was originally written for Diane Lane, but her schedule meant she had to withdraw.
4. That famous red dress was almost black until a last minute costume change created an icon. That’s thanks to the movie’s costume designer, Marilyn Vance, who thought black didn’t work.
5. The Broadway Musical starred Samantha Barks as Vivian. The show provided off-stage romance too. Samantha is now engaged to Alex Michael Stoll - they met on the production.

What critics have said about Pretty Woman: The Musical

“A dazzling new stage show” Daily Express
“As glitzy and glam as the movie. Go see it now, you won’t be disappointed!” The Sun
“A Blockbuster Musical.” Evening Standard
“Strikingly staged and musically inventive” The Stage
“A sure-fire hit” Broadwayworld

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Pretty Woman The Musical reviews

42 reviews
Megan MacKenzie
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30 Jun 2022

If I could give it 8 stars I would, the cast were incredible. Staff gave us an upgrade on our seats which make it even more exciting

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30 Jun 2022

Really great show and loved the songs throughout! My daughter rates it in her top 3 shows in London!

Wendy Alders
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29 Jun 2022

Rather disappointed with the show overall especially the first half The actor playing Edward was very well selected The actor playing hotel manager very good but a shame he needed to leave during the interval due to sickness

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17 Jun 2022

Went with my Best Friend, was an incredible show. All the cast were Incredible.

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17 Jun 2022

Unfortunately we walked out at the half time interval as we just found it too cheesy to sit through. The lady that played Vivian had a very high pitched squeaky voice that just grated. Kit was brilliant. Not for us, wouldn't recommend.


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Pretty Woman: The Musical Cast & Creatives

The Savoy Theatre cast includes:

Vivian Ward – Aimie Atkinson
Danny Mac – Edward Lewis
Kit de Luca – Rachel Wooding
Happy Man/Mr Thompson – Bob Harms
Philip Stuckey – Neil McDermott
James Morse – Mark Holden

Jemma Alexander, Andy Barke, Kimberly Blake, Katie Bradley, Oliver Brenin, Alex Charles, Olly Christopher, Ben Darcy, Daniel De Bourg, Hannah Ducharme, Nicholas Duncan, Paige Fenlon, Alex Hammond, Antony Hewitt, Damon Gould, Matt Jones, Serina Mathew, Katie Monks, Lily Wang, Joanna Woodward, Charlotte Elizabeth Yorke

Book – Garry Marshall and J F Lawton
Music & Lyrics – Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance
Director and Choreographer – Jerry Mitchell


2 hours 20 minutes including interval


As a reassurance measure, the venue have requested that all customers kindly bring evidence of a negative covid test result using a NHS lateral flow or PCR COVID test that has been taken within 48 hours of the show time or proof of FULL Vaccination (first and second dose) . This applies to all guests over the age of 18 years and includes fully vaccinated guests. 

Please arrive 60-90 minutes prior to the event start time to aid with the safe movement of customers around the venue.

Suitable For Children

Suitable for 12+ ‘Contains some moderate sexual references’

When Can I Go

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays – 19:30
Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays – 14:30


Where Do I Go

Savoy Theatre