The award-winning musical sensation Moulin Rouge! is now playing at London’s Piccadilly Theatre. This breathtaking production is a must-see for any fan of theatre, music, or spectacle.
Moulin Rouge! is a mash-up of classic pop songs, set in the vibrant world of the Moulin Rouge in Paris. The show follows the story of Christian, a young writer who falls in love with Satine, a star courtesan at the Moulin Rouge. The two lovers must overcome the obstacles of class, society, and their own personal demons in order to be together.
Moulin Rouge! is a feast for the senses. The sets, costumes, and choreography are all stunning, and the music is unforgettable. The show is a celebration of love, life, and the power of art.
If you’re looking for a truly unforgettable night out, then you need to see Moulin Rouge! The Musical. Book your tickets today!
Here are some questions that people commonly ask about Moulin Rouge! The Musical in London:
Is it similar to the movie?
Moulin Rouge! The Musical is based on the 2001 film of the same name, but it is not a carbon copy. The musical has its own unique story, characters, and songs. However, there are many similarities between the two, including the vibrant setting, the iconic costumes, and the passionate love story.
What is the age recommendation?
Moulin Rouge! The Musical is recommended for ages 12 and up. The show contains some adult themes and content, such as sexual references, violence, and smoking. However, the overall tone of the show is positive and uplifting.
What are the best seats in the house?
The best seats in the house are in the center orchestra section. These seats offer the best view of the stage and the performers. However, there are also good seats in the mezzanine and balcony sections.
What are the prices for tickets?
Ticket prices for Moulin Rouge! The Musical vary depending on the performance date and seat location. However, tickets typically start at around £25-£30.
What is the running time of the show?
Moulin Rouge! The Musical has a running time of approximately two hours and forty-five minutes, including an intermission.
Is there anything I should know before I go?
There are a few things you should know before you go to see Moulin Rouge! The Musical. First, the show is very popular, so it is recommended to book your tickets in advance. Finally, the show contains some flashing lights, so if you are sensitive to this, you may want to be aware.
Melissa James – Satine
Jamie Muscato – Christian
Matt Rixon – Harold Zidler
Ian Carlyle – Toulouse-Lautrec
Ben Richards – The Duke
Elia Lo Tauro – Santiago
Amy Thornton – Nini
Tiago Dhondt Bamberger – Baby Doll
Hannah Jay-Allan – Arabia
Rochelle Sherona – Arabia (Maternity Cover)
Elliotte Williams-N’Dure – La Chocolat
Vanessa Ela Young – Alternate Satine
Michael Afemaré – Ensemble
Yandrick Agius – Ensemble
Femi Akinfolarin – Ensemble
Will Bozier – Ensemble
Robson Broad – Ensemble
Jonathan Cordin – Ensemble
Anthony Cragg – Ensemble
Katie Deacon – Ensemble
Taofique Folarin – Ensemble
Siobhan James – Ensemble
Honey Joseph – Ensemble
Nathaniel Morrison – Ensemble
Melissa Nettleford – Ensemble
Alice Readie – Ensemble
Catrin Thomas – Ensemble
Craig Ryder – Walking Cover Zidler/The Duke
Jon Tsouras – Walking Cover Santiago/The Duke/Christian
Ollie Augustin – Swing
Fletcher Dobinson – Swing
Tamsin January – Swing
Alicia Mencía Lopez – Swing
Georgia Morgan – Swing/Assistant Dance Captain
Ben Rutter – Swing
Elly Shaw – Swing
Ope Sowande – Swing
Misty May Tindall – Swing
Jason Leigh Winter – Swing/Dance Captain
The role of Satine will be played by Vanessa Ela Young each Monday.
The producers of Moulin Rouge! The Musical cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist at any performance.
17th‑20nd July, 19th August, 31st August‑2nd September
7th‑12th August, 28th‑30th August
BOOK John Logan
DIRECTOR Alex Timbers
CHOREOGRAPHER Sonya Tayeh
MUSIC SUPERVISOR, ORCHESTRATOR, ARRANGEMENTS, & ADDITIONAL LYRICS Justin Levine
SCENIC DESIGNER Derek McLane
COSTUME DESIGNER Catherine Zuber
LIGHTING DESIGNER Justin Townsend
SOUND DESIGNER Peter Hylenski
HAIR DESIGNER David Brian Brown
MAKE-UP DESIGNER Sarah Cimino
CREATIVE SERVICES Baz Luhrmann Catherine Martin
CASTING Pippa Ailion CDG, Natalie Gallacher CDG
MUSIC PRODUCER Matt Stine, Katie Kresek
CO-ORCHESTRATORS Katie Kresek, Charlie Rosen, Matt Stine
DANCE ARRANGEMENTS Justin Levine, Matt Stine
ASSOCIATE MUSICAL SUPERVISOR & MUSICAL DIRECTOR James McKeon
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR Stephen Whitson
ASSOCIATE SCENIC DESIGNERS Erica Hemminger, Ben Davies
ASSOCIATE COSTUME DESIGNER A.C. Gottlieb
COSTUME ASSOCIATE Irene Bohan
HAIR & MAKE-UP ASSOCIATE Betty Marini
ASSOCIATE LIGHTING DESIGNERS Nick Solyom, Chris Hirst
ASSOCIATE SOUND DESIGNERS Justin Stasiw, Daniel Higgott
PROPS SUPERVISORS Lisa Buckley, Mary Halliday
RESIDENT DIRECTOR Lauren Storer
ASSISTANT AND RESIDENT CHOREOGRAPHER Matt Crandon
RESIDENT CHOREOGRAPHER Maria Graciano
ASSOCIATE MUSICAL DIRECTOR Gemma Hawkins
DIALECT COACH Daniele Lydon
ORCHESTRA MANAGER Andy Barnwell for Musical Co‑Ordination Services Ltd
AERIAL PERFORMANCE CONSULTANT Jack Horner
PRESS REPRESENTATION Story House
MARKETING & ADVERTISING Dewynters
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Matt Towell
GENERAL MANAGEMENT Playful Productions
PRODUCER Carmen Pavlovic, Gerry Ryan
PRODUCER Bill Damaschke
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Nia Janis
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