The Classic Hollywood Love Story Finally Comes To The West End!
Based on the 1990 film of the same name, the hugely successful musical adaptation of Pretty Woman: The Musical now has a new home at the Savoy Theatre with tickets now on-sale.
Brilliantly adapted for the stage and based on the classic film starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, Pretty Woman tells the story of Vivian Ward who is hired by a rich businessman called Edward Lewis to escort him to a number of events during his stay in the city. Through spending time together, their relationship develops as they get to know each other better. The movie went on to become the highest-grossing romantic comedy in the US ever, and its soundtrack "Oh, Pretty Woman", as performed by Roy Orbison became a hit.
Evening performances of Pretty Woman: The Musical take place at 7.30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday. There are also matinee performances on Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 2.30pm.
Seating PlanSavoy Theatre Seating Plan
AddressStrand, London, WC2R 0ET
Directions from nearest tube
(5mins) Head out onto the main road Strand. Go right 200 metres and the theatre is on your right.
(Strand) 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 87, 91, 139, 176; (Aldwych) 59, 68, 171, 172, 188, X68, RV1
Night Bus Numbers
(Strand) 6, 23, 139, 176, N9, N11, N13, N15, N21, N26, N44, N47, N87, N89, N91, N155, N343, N551; (Aldwych) 188, N68, N171
St Martin's Lane Hotel (5mins)
Within Congestion Zone
The transfer of Pretty Woman to the Savoy Theatre has been much anticipated and is certain to see demand outweigh supply for tickets, however for die hard bargain hunters the Savoy Theatre do offer a small selection of 'day tickets' for those prepared to queue up early in the morning to try their luck? It is unlikely that there will be many official discount tickets to Pretty Woman initially but value can usually be found at the rear of the dress circle that offers good views of the stage and clear view seats in the upper circle are also worth looking at to keep prices down.
The centre section of the stalls before the overhang from the dress circle begins from row F along to row M are considered to be 'Premium' seats and offer excellent views of the stage.? In the dress circle the centre seats in the front rows also offer fantastic unobstructed views and should definitely be considered.? If you are searching for maximum value without paying premium prices then moving slightly further back in the dress circle and booking tickets to Pretty Woman in row G can often bring savings and these seats also feature extra legroom due to the walk way corridor that will benefit taller patrons.
If you are booking tickets online to see Pretty Woman during peak times such as weekends or school holidays then it is highly likely that a booking fee will be included.The reason for this is that the producers of the show are confident that they can fill the theatre and therefore do not need to offer discounts to agencies who will then need to charge the extra fee to make a profit. Booking for midweek matinees or during off peak times such as the weeks that immediately follow school holidays can see the prices go in the other direction however as if footfall in the West End is quiet then produces will offer large discounts to online operators who can then pass on the savings to the consumer. If you wish to avoid booking fees during peak times it can be beneficial to book directly from the theatre box office.
The Savoy Theatre does not have too many seats that feature major obstructions to the view however the rear seats in each section do have a minor restriction due to overhangs from the tier or ceiling directly above. The level of restriction does depend on the production and should always be reflected in the price so it is always highly recommended to study the seating plan thoroughly prior to booking tickets to any show.