Wicked Just Can’t Stop: 400,000 More Seats Up for Grabs as the Show Extends Its Magical Run

Guess what, theatre lovers? ‘Wicked,’ that spellbinding musical that’s been turning the West End green for years, isn’t packing up its broomsticks anytime soon. This powerhouse of a show, diving deep into the untold stories of Oz’s most famous characters, is not only one of the West End’s longest-running hits but also a master at keeping audiences coming back for more.

Big news for ‘Wicked’ fans: the production is welcoming some fresh faces to the Emerald City! Starting 12 March, Michael Fenton Stevens will be stepping into the Wizard’s shoes, with Graham Kent taking on the role of Doctor Dillamond. And guess who’s flying back in on her broom? Laura Harrison returns as the standby for none other than Elphaba herself.

As we bid farewell to Mark Curry, Steven Pinder, Amy Webb, and a handful of talented ensemble members, the new lineup promises to keep the magic alive and kicking. And speaking of kicking, Alexia Khadime will continue to defy gravity as Elphaba, with Lucy St. Louis lighting up the stage as Glinda.

The cast shake-up doesn’t stop there. We’ve got a whole list of talented performers joining the ensemble, ensuring that ‘Wicked’ remains as enchanting and fresh as ever. And with over 100 global awards under its belt, this show’s clearly doing something right.

Now, here’s the part that’ll have you rushing to your nearest ticket outlet: ‘Wicked’ has just dropped over 400,000 new tickets, extending bookings all the way to Sunday 1 June 2025. Yes, you read that right. There’s plenty of time to catch this mesmerizing show, but with tickets like hotcakes, you’ll want to act fast.

Behind the scenes, the ‘Wicked’ dream team includes Stephen Schwartz’s catchy tunes, Winnie Holzman’s clever book, and Joe Mantello’s direction, ensuring every performance is nothing short of magical.

So, whether you’re a ‘Wicked’ veteran or a newcomer to the land of Oz, there’s never been a better time to experience the magic, the music, and the unforgettable story of friendship and identity.

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