Big The Musical has landed on London’s West End for 2019 – here’s all you need to know.
From the current West End cast of Big The Musical to the latest and best ticket offers, here’s everything about the show.
Adapted from the 1988 film starring Tom Hanks, Big tells the story of Josh Baskin, a 12-year-old boy who grows up overnight after making a wish on a Zoltar Speaks machine at a carnival.
The musical follows Josh’s attempts to return to his childhood while trying to cope with his new life as a 30-year-old man.
Big The Musical West End theatre, booking and running time
The show is playing at the Dominion Theatre on Tottenham Court Rd, London, W1T. The nearest tube is Tottenham Court Road.
The musical opens on September 6 and is booking a limited engagement through to to November 2.
Currently the running time for the new production has yet to be confirmed but past productions run for around 2 and a half hours, including an interval.
Best and Cheapest London tickets
Tickets for Big The Musical in the West End are now on public sale.
Big’s performance schedule is Monday-Saturday at 7:30PM with Thursday and Saturday matinees at 2:30PM.
Currently you can get discounted tickets with an offer for previews on Monday-Friday performances up until September 20!
As it stands there is no details on a Big Musical lottery or day seat or rush tickets.
Big The Musical West End cast 2019
Strictly Come Dancing winner and The Wanted star Jay McGuiness leads the cast in the role Josh Baskin, a part he previously played during the production’s UK premiere in Plymouth in 2016.
He’s joined by Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh as Susan Lawrence with Wendi Peters as Mrs Baskin and Matthew Kelly as George MacMillan.
Joining them in the cast are Lori Haley Fox as Mrs Kopecki/Miss Watson and Edward Handoll as Paul Seymour, with Harrison Dadswell, Jamie O’Connor and Jake Simon sharing the role of Young Josh and Jobe Hart, Austen Phelan and Theo Wilkinson sharing the role of Billy.
And completing the adult cast are Charlie Bull, Colin Burnicle, Christie-Lee Crosson, Vicki Davids, Alex Fobbester, Leanne Garretty, Stuart Hickey, Matt Holland, Tash Holway, Ross McLaren, Richard Murphy, Eddie Myles, Katharine Pearson, Anton Fosh, Gemma Fuller, Gary Murphy and Katy Osborne.