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Pretty Woman: The Musical Is Coming To The UK

Great news for fans of the movie!

Pretty Woman: The Musical has found huge success over in the States, but the amazing news for United Kingdom residents is that it’s finally heading overseas.

Following its successful stint on Broadway, the musical will be running from 14th February (Valentine’s Day) for just under a year until 2nd January 2021, there’s LOADS of time to catch the musical which will officially start at London’s Piccadilly Theatre.

Pre-sale tickets are on sale now and there will be no booking fee for performances from 14th February 2020 to 29th February 2020 if booked by Thursday 12th September.

At the moment, it hasn’t been divulged who will be starring in the UK adaptation, but Bryan Adams – who wrote the original score in the movie – is on board to co-write the show with Jim Vallance.


“I know it’s going to Germany this year, it opens in September this year, and then it’s going to London next year. I’m excited about it,” he confirmed to Press Association.

If you’re a fan of going and watching something live, then you might also want to check out this if you find yourself to be a bit of a Potterhead.

A Harry Potter bottomless cinema is heading to Manchester. Is this, or is this not, the perfect way to celebrate the start of spooky season?!

It’s all kicking off on Sunday October 20. It will be a weekly event, where like-minded witches and wizards can sit down and watch each instalment of the franchise.

The screenings also include bottomless booze and popcorn for the duration of the films.

Here’s the dates…

  • 20/10/19: Harry Potter And The Philosophers Stone
  • 27/10/19: Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets
  • 3/11/19: Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban
  • 10/11/19: Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire
  • 17/11/19: Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix
  • 24/11/19: Harry Potter And The Half-blood Prince
  • 1/12/19: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1
  • 8/12/19: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2

It’ll set you back £27.50 per person, and this includes the food and drink. Plus, you be served by a waiter right to your table!

You can find out more and buy your tickets here.

[Featured Image Credit: Touchstone Pictures]



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