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Chicago

Chicago is bringing the real razzle-dazzle back to London! Winner of six Tony Awards, two Olivier Awards and a Grammy, and now starring Academy Award-Winner Cuba Gooding Jnr in his West End stage debut, the sexiest, sassiest, most sophisticated Broadway musical in history is celebrating 21 years of standing ovations in style.

The dazzling multi-award-winning tale of nightclub singer Roxie Hart, her cell-block rival Velma Kelly and the smooth-talking lawyer Billy Flynn has thrilled audiences in London, Broadway and across the world from Mexico City to Moscow, from Sao Paulo to South Africa since 1996. 

With the original Broadway choreography by Ann Reinking in the style of Bob Fosse and a sizzling score featuring the classing songs “Razzle Dazzle”, “Cell Block Tango” and “All That Jazz”, Chicago is so good it should be illegal.

Don’t miss out, book now. It’d be a crime to miss it…

Please note that Cuba Gooding Jr. is contracted to appear as Billy Flynn until Saturday 30th June. 

Address

Charing Cross Rd

London WC2H 0JP

Cancellation Policy

No refunds or exchanges after booking. 

Cast

Cuba Gooding Jnr. is contracted to appear as Billy Flynn until Saturday 30th June 2018. 

Duration

Running time is 2hrs 15mins 

Good To Know

The appearance of any particular artist cannot be guaranteed. If in doubt please check with the Box Office before booking.

 

How Does It Work

Please print confirmation and bring along with you to your performance. 

Suitable For Children

No Under 16s permitted without an adult 

When Can I Go

Performance times: 

Monday 8.00 pm 

Tuesday  8.00 pm 

Wednesday 3.00 pm and 8.00 pm 

Thursday 8.00 pm 

Friday 8.00 pm 

Saturday 3.00pm and 8.00 pm

Sunday  No performance

Where Do I Go

Phoenix Theatre 

Charing Cross Road

London

WC2H 0JP

Closest Tube:

Leicester Square, Tottenham Court Road, Charing Cross

Phoenix Theatre

Charing Cross Rd

London WC2H 0JP

Latest customer reviews

  • Awesome!

    24 May 2018

    My cousin was visiting from the US and I always treat her to a West End Show each year. Chicago was her choice this time. Hi energy from start to finish. Superb dancing and great vocal performances from all especially the leading 3 artists. Special mention to the Orchestra which was the heartbeat of this great musical. My cousins response was “ so much better than the film”.

    Peter Piefinch. Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Chicago

    23 May 2018

    Disappointing.

    Helen Sharpe Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • It was fun to see Cuba Gooding...

    23 May 2018

    I like Chicago and have seen it before, it isn't my favorite musical but I wanted to see Cuba Gooding in it. Everything about it was nice, it is nothing spectacular or particularly different, but everyone fulfilled theirs roles and could sing and dance. The character that actually made the show for me was Paul Rider as Amos Hart.

    Rachel Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Amazing

    20 May 2018

    We loved the show. We loved how the orchestra was on stage and interacted with the characters also the "offstage" characters were still visable and in character at all times. Phoenix theatre is so beautiful, we were impressed with the interval drinks arrangement. All the staff were friendly and professional and the overall standard of the show was incredible. Thank you for an amazing experience.

    Cathy Confirmed ticket purchaser

Latest critic reviews

  • What a treat. The revival choreography was originally by Ann Reinking in the style of Bob Fosse (who choreographed the original) and the dancing is a wow. Wrists flick, pelvises twist, shoulders shimmy, bodies twirl, sometimes with legs aloft, like ballet but better. Over and over again, you think, can hips really move like that? Hey, they can when it’s All That Jazz.'

    The Times

  • ...truly excellent ensemble. Walter Bobbie’s direction (after the great Bob Fosse) is superb and the leanness of Kander and Ebb’s book means that the whole thing rattles along with gusto.'

    The Telegraph