White Christmas West End cast, tickets, plot, running time - all you need to know!

White Christmas London 2019 - cast, best tickets and theatre

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White Christmas the Musical has landed on London’s West End for 2019 – here’s all you need to know.

From the West End cast of White Christmas to the latest and best ticket offers, here’s everything about the show.

After first playing at the Curve in Leicester in 2018, the production transfers to West End this festive season.

White Christmas will play at the Dominion Theatre for a limited run from 15 November through to 4 January.

White Christmas is based on the 1950s film of the same name, telling the story of two former World War II soldiers turned song-and-dance act who team up with a sister act to help out their former commanding general.

The musical features a book by David Ives and Paul Blake and a score from Irving Berlin.

White Christmas West End theatre, booking and running time

The show is currently playing at the Dominion Theatre on Tottenham Court Rd, London, W1. The nearest tube station is Tottenham Court Road.

The musical opens Friday, 15 November 2019 and is booking through until Saturday 4 January 2020.

It has a running time of around 2hrs 25mins including interval.

Best and Cheapest London tickets

Tickets for White Christmas in the West End are now on public sale.

The standard performance schedule Monday to Saturday at 7:30pm with Thursday & Saturday matinees at 2:30pm. There are additional matinees throughout December.

Book White Christmas musical tickets here

You can currently save up to 51% on tickets for performances Sat 16 Nov 2019 to Sat 30 Nov 2019. Offer ends Sat 30 Nov 2019.

Rush tickets

Rush tickets are available via the TodayTix app for £25 each available on a first come, first served basis on the day of performances.

White Christmas West End cast 2019

The 2019 West End cast of the White Christmas musical will feature Danny Mac as Bob Wallace and Dan Burton as Phil Davis.

They’ll be joined by Michael Brandon as General Henry Waverly, Brenda Edwards as Martha Watson, Danielle Hope as Betty Haynes and Clare Halse as Judy Haynes.

Completing the cast are Stephane Anelli, Delycia Belgrave, Sophie Camble, Matthew Caputo, Jordan Crouch, Aimee Hodnett, Michael Lin, Robbie McMillan, Jo Morris, Oliver Ramsdale, Erin Rushidi, Kayleigh Thadani, Sion Tudor Owen, Alexandra Waite-Roberts, Sasha Walters, Matthew Whennell-Clark, Jack Wilcox, Anna Woodside and Freya Yates.

The new West End production is directed by Curve Leicester’s artistic director Nikolai Foster and features choreography by Stephen Mear with set design by Michael Taylor and costume design by Diego Pitarch.

Musical supervision comes from Stephen Brooker, lighting design from Mark Henderson, sound design from Tom Marshall with orchestrations from Larry Blank and new musical arrangements from Jason Carr.

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