Waitress London is now booking through until the end of 2019 in the West End – here’s all you need to know.
From the current cast of Waitress in London to the latest and best ticket offers, here’s everything about the show.
Waitress started performances on the West End in February 2019 following a successful Broadway run, where it is currently still playing.
The play features a ground-breaking, all-female lead creative team, this Tony Award®-nominated hit features original music and lyrics by 6-time Grammy®nominee Sara Bareilles (“Love Song,” “Brave”), a book by acclaimed screenwriter Jessie Nelson (I Am Sam) and direction by Tony Award® winner Diane Paulus (Pippin, Finding Neverland).
It tells the story of Jenna, a waitress and expert pie-maker who dreams of a way out of her small town and rocky marriage. Pouring her heart into her pies, she crafts desserts that mirror her topsy-turvy life such as “The Key (Lime) to Happiness Pie” and “Betrayed By My Eggs Pie.”
The musical follows Jenna as she’s given the chance of a fresh start but must find the courage to seize it.
Waitress West End theatre, booking and running time
The show is currently playing at the Adelphi Theatre on the Strand, London, WC2. The nearest tube stations are Charing Cross/Embankment
The musical opened on February 8, 2019 and is currently booking through until Saturday, 19 October 2019.
It has a running time of 2 hours, 30 minutes with an interval.
Best and cheapest Waitress tickets
Tickets for Waitress in the West End are currently booking through to October 2019. The cost of standard and premium tickets range from £24 to £150.
The performance schedule is Monday to Saturday at 7:30pm with Wednesday & Saturday matinees at 2:30pm.
For weekday performances, a limited number of Day Seats are available at a cost of £25. These can only be booked in person at the box office from 10am on the day of the performance.
Day Seat tickets are subject to availability, at the discretion of the box office.
Waitress London cast 2019
The current West End cast is led by Katharine McPhee as Jenna, reprising her role from the Broadway production.
Joining McPhee are Marisha Wallace as Becky, Laura Baldwin as Dawn, David Hunter as Dr. Pomatter, Peter Hannah as Earl, Shaun Prendergast as Joe, Stephen Leask as Cal and Jack Mcbrayer as Ogie.
Making up the ensemble are Kelly Agbowu, Piers Bate, Nicole Raquel Dennis, Chris Mcguigan, Olivia Moore, Nathaniel Morrison, Charlotte Riby, Michael Hamway, Sarah O’Connor, Leanne Pinder and Mark Willshire.
Fifi Christophers and Arabella Duffy share the child role of Lulu.