Heathers The Musical Tickets at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, London

Heathers The Musical
Carrie Hope Fletcher brings Heathers to the West End!
1 customer reviews

Important information

Child policy
Running time
2hr 30min (inc. interval)
Performance dates
3 September - 24 November 2018
Recommended for ages 14 and above. Under 14s MUST be accompanied by an adult.
Special notice
Please note that this production contains strong language and sexual references. Under 14s MUST be accompanied by an adult. Under 25s please bring ID for bar purchases. This production contains strobe lighting and sudden loud noises. Please approach a Front of House staff member for more information. Please note that the producers cannot guarantee the appearance of a particular cast member at any specific performance, or after a performance for autographs. No refunds or exchanges will be offered as a result of a cast member’s unavailability to perform at any performance.

Heathers The Musical Customer Reviews

4 / 5 (1 customer reviews)

Leah Howard

14 June

I enjoyed this production but have also seen The Heathers off broadway in New York (a few years ago) and preferred that rendition in some respects. Whilst I support having a cast which is inclusive of all body types, the three heathers in the other production were more aesthetically "perfect", and I think this makes more sense, given the play is set in the late 80s, when waif models were coming into fashion. The actress who played Veronica, in the New York production, was also ridiculously skinny, so the line "you could stand to lose a few pounds" in Beautiful made better sense as a commentary on the ridiculous standards of beauty set by society and upheld within the school by the three popular "mean girls". I think this helped further the overall message of the musical. I also would have changed the orange bow in the hair of one of the cast members, as it stood out in UV lights, drawing attention away from a lead singer. I may be incorrect, but I think the line "two stray laces" was changed to "two strong laces" in the song "My Dead Gay Son" in this production. I really appreciated this change as it agrees with the father's message, supporting the LGBTQ+ community. I must also mention that the actor who played Jason Dean in this production gave an outstanding and memorable performance. I was really impressed by his expression of the character and would definitely visit any play or musical he takes part in in the future.

Next Available Performances

TODAY is 15th August 2018

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