Disney’s NEWSIES, the sensational family musical with music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Jack Feldman and book by Harvey Fierstein, is now playing at London’s Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre for a limited season.
As the action explodes into the space, spilling off the stage in this high-octane extravaganza, audiences are transported to the streets of New York City at the turn of the 20th century. Expect gravity-defying stunts performed by an astonishing ensemble, in this rousing true story of teenage newspaper sellers dreaming of a better life far from the hardship of the streets.
Packed full of extraordinary choreography on an epic scale, this inspiring production has won over audiences and critics alike. Do not miss this ‘THEATRICAL FORCE OF NATURE’ (Mail On Sunday), seize the day and book your tickets now to see this undeniable hit! Must end 16 April 2023.
‘A NO-EXPENSE-SPARED SHOWSTOPPER. NEWSIES ARRIVES WITH A BANG!’
‘A STUNNING DANCE SHOW!’
‘A DELIGHT! A FAMILY SHOW THAT DAZZLES WITH ITS UNDENIABLE ENERGY’
‘HOT STUFF. A SONG-AND-DANCE EXTRAVAGANZA DELIVERED WITH JAW-DROPPING GUSTO’
Daily Express/Daily Mirror
Book by January 25th to save over 40%.
2hrs 30mins including interval
Wednesday-Saturday at 7.30pm
Thursday & Saturday at 2.30pm
Sunday at 1pm & 5:30pm
Audio Described Performance
Fri 13th Jan 7.30pm
BSL Signed Performance
Thurs 26th Jan 7.30pm
Thurs 9th Feb 7.30pm
Strictly limited run must end April 2023. Don't miss out!
3 Fulton Raod, Wembley
Additional Details & FAQ
If you wish to purchase access tickets please contact the sales team at email@example.com with the date/time you wish to book along with any access requirements you may need.
The access rate is 2/3 of full-price ticket. If 2 tickets are purchased at the access rate (i.e. to accommodate a carer/companion/PA also), the rate is 1/3 of full-price for each ticket.
Where Do I Go
Wembley Park is exceptionally well connected, with numerous Tube, train and bus routes passing through each day.
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Wembley Park (Jubilee + Metropolitan)
Wembley Park is easily accessible via the M25 and M1. There is no parking on site for Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre. If you plan to visit us by car, we recommend using the Red and Yellow car parks in the heart of Wembley Park.