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The Glenn Miller Story


As his legion of fans already know, Tommy Steele – Britain’s first Rock and Roll Star – made his legitimate debut in 1958 starring in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, which enjoyed a sold out run at London’s Coliseum Theatre. What they probably don’t know is that the inspiration for Tommy’s extraordinary career was an American band leader whose music Tommy had worshipped from the moment he first heard it in his early teens.

And so, 60 years on, Tommy Steele returns to the London Coliseum to salute his idol Glen Miller, in a new musical celebration…

Featuring the authentic sounds of In the Mood, Moonlight Serenade, Little Brown Jug, Pennsylvania 6-5000, Tuxedo Junction, Chattanooga Choo Choo, and many more…

…the life, fame and untimely death of the big band leader whose music defined an era is celebrated in the Glen Miller Show!


London Coliseum, 33 St Martin's Lane, Westminster, London, WC2N 4ES

Cancellation Policy

There are no exchanges or refunds available after purchase.

How Does It Work

You will receive a confirmation via email, please bring this with you to the venue. 

Suitable For Children

No under 5s permitted


When Can I Go

5th July - 18th August 2018

Where Do I Go

London Coliseum 

St Martins Lane, London, WC 4ES

By tube:

Charing Cross (5 minutes walk)

Leicester Square (4 minutes walk)

Covent Garden (7 minutes walk)

Embankment (7 minutes walk)

London Coliseum

London Coliseum, 33 St Martin's Lane, Westminster, London, WC2N 4ES

Latest customer reviews

  • 25 August 2018

    Well worth seeing It brought back a lot of memories

    barbara Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Excellent

    20 August 2018

    Tommy Steele and Marti Webb work well together. The Glenn Miller sound was spot on. Thoroughly enjoyable show.

    Dennis A Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • The Glenn Miller Story

    19 August 2018

    Very clever way to show this famous story - Tommy Steele great at the start as himself and then taking us back to the 1940s as the famous bandleader with the whole cast. Wonderful how the full band turned up at the end of the first half (we had been wondering!) and they were fantastic the whole way through.

    Linda Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Warm and cuddly

    18 August 2018

    Very entertaining show in a glorious venue. Tommy Steel can still do it, just not the extra vigorous dancing, that is left to his dedicated troupe. His personality carries throughout the show. It was uplifting to hear a brass swing band play live. Marti Webb just incredible, what a voice!

    Clix Confirmed ticket purchaser