The London production of Wicked turns 14 this weekend – celebrate with these amazing performances from over the years.
One of the world’s biggest musicals, Wicked has been running at the Apollo Victoria Theatre since 2006, opening on September 27.
Over the years countless stars have greened up to defy gravity or dropped in via bubble to share the ‘true untold story’ behind the Wizard Of Oz and just what happened before Dorothy dropped in.
As the show enjoys another year of performances (lockdown aside!), celebrate with these amazing performances from the West End casts over the years…
Rachel Tucker belts out Defying Gravity
Let’s start by flying back to 2011 as Rachel Tucker belts out Defying Gravity at West End Live.
Alice Fearn’s soaring performance of Defying Gravity
Staying with West End Live but now moving to 2018, watch Alice Fearn share her take on Wicked’s iconic hit.
Louise Dearman’s hilarious take on Popular
Going back again, watch Louise Dearman – the only actress to have played both Glinda and Elphaba full time – perform Glinda’s classic song, Popular.
23 Wicked stars sing For Good
It wouldn’t be a 2020 countdown without a lockdown performance! Earlier this year, 23 stars of Wicked in the West End united for a special performance of ‘For Good’ in support of the Make a Difference Trust.
Willemijn Verkaik and Suzie Mathers take West End Live by storm
Going back to West End Live once more, relive 2017’s Glinda & Elphie pairing Willemijn Verkaik and Suzie Mathers performing a medley of For Good and Defying Gravity.
Helen Woolf and Laura Pick sing from isolation
We end this run down with the West End’s current leading ladies, Helen Woolf and Laura Pick performing For Good together (virtually from isolation, because 2020).
Currently the ninth longest running show in West End history, Wicked is playing at the Apollo Victoria Theatre and is now booking through to 27 November 2021.
500,000 new tickets have been released for performances on Monday-Saturday at 7:30pm with Wednesday & Saturday matinees at 2:30pm.