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West End and Broadway favourite Wicked is currently playing at London’s Apollo Victoria Theatre where it is thrilling audience members. 

Based on the novel by Gregory Maguire and with songs by Stephen Schwartz of Godspell fame, Wicked is a prequel to the much-celebrated The Wizard of Oz. The musical tells the story of the two witches who will become Glinda the Good and the Wicked Witch of the West. In this subversive retelling of the familiar story of Oz the green-skinned Elphaba is a well-meaning outcast just trying to do the right thing while the self-centred and pushy Glinda is just trying to be popular. They meet in school where their relationship and their lives take a number of startling turns. 

Wicked is a strikingly polished musical that delivers incredible dramatic twists and spellbinding lighting effects. Knowing nods to The Wizard of Oz film pepper the show’s witty script written by Winnie Holzman. Supported by powerful vocal performances, the music soars.

The Wicked musical has won numerous awards, including an Olivier Award for Most Popular Show and this slick and spectacular production is continuing to delight those lucky enough to get a ticket.

Cancellation Policy

No refunds available after purchase.

Suitable For Children

Wicked is suitable for a general audience. As a guide to parents and guardians, it is recommended for ages 7+. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Children under 3 years of age will not be admitted.


Wicked currently stars Rachel Tucker (Elphaba), Suzie Mathers (Glinda), Oliver Savile (Fiyero), Anita Dobson (Madame Morrible), Mark Curry (The Wizard), Martin Ball (Doctor Dillamond), Katie Rowley Jones (Nessarose), Idriss Kargbo (Boq), Alice Fearn (Standby for Elphaba) and Carina Gillespie (Standby for Glinda).

Please note that Rachel Tucker, Anita Dobson and Katie Rowley Jones appear until Saturday 28 January 2017 only.

From Monday 30 January 2017, international Wicked star Willemijn Verkaik will return to play Elphaba (a role she has previously played to great acclaim in Germany, Holland, on Broadway and in the West End); Sue Kelvin will return to play Madame Morrible and Sarah McNicholas will join the company to play Nessarose.

When Can I Go


Wednesday and Saturday:2.30pm


17 Wilton Road London SW1V 1LG


2 hours 45 minutes with one 20 minute interval.

Where Do I Go

Apollo Victoria,17 Wilton Road,London,SW1V 1LG

By Tube-Victoria

Apollo Victoria

17 Wilton Road London SW1V 1LG

Latest customer reviews

  • 1st timer

    27 March 2017

    Never having been to a theatre in my life I was fascinateducated by Wicked.the cast the scenes were well amazing and I must admit I would go see it again.it was a treat for my wife but I also got treated as well.if no one has seen it is thoroughly recommend that they do.

    Steve welsh Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Amazing experience

    26 March 2017

    What an amazing show! The singing was breathtaking and whole performance Was stunning

    Aaron Herring Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Totally Wicked!

    26 March 2017

    Went to see Wicked at the Apollo Victoria last night with my 2 daughters, aged 8 and 11, it was superb. This is the second time I have seen Wicked and it still captivated me, but my daughters were awe struck. The singing was amazing, the choreography fantastic and the stage and scenery wonderful.

    Helen Hall Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Five star performance

    26 March 2017

    Wicked doesn't pay Hollywood A-listers to get backsides on seats, it spends the money on fantastic special effects brilliant scenery and amazing lighting. Everyone had great voices. Story was cleverly entwined with the original story. Thoroughly recommend

    Kelmac essex Confirmed ticket purchaser

Latest critic reviews

  • 28 March 2014

    A wicked and wonderful vision of Oz. A remarkable kaleidoscope of magical shocks, surprises and sensations - Wicked works like a dream

    Evening Standard

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