Hairspray tickets and hotel

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Exceptional 95%. (116 audience reviews)

"Excellent! Great seats - great service! Hairspray ending soon but definately go see it on tour!"

"Loved every minute! Fantastic show"...

22/3/2010

"One of the best shows i have seen,superbly performed by the whole cast."...

9/3/2010

"well worth seeing"

1/3/2010

"excellant family entertainment"

28/2/2010

"Show lived up to the hype."

19/2/2010

"Fantastic show,highly recommended"

"Impossible to fault,fantastic!! *****"...

14/2/2010

"Excellent show - really enjoyed it"...

7/2/2010

"Well worth seeing"

7/2/2010

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Getting there

London Coliseum
St Martin`s Lane
London
WC2N 4ES

Directions:
3 min walk from Charing Cross Station. Cross the Strand and continue along Adelaide Street, left along William IV Street, then right onto St Martin`s Lane and the Coliseum will be on the right.

Tube:

Leicester Square station is 2 minute walk (189 metres)

Map

Performances

MatineeEvening
Tuesday7.30pm
Wednesday7.30pm
Thursday3.00pm7.30pm
Friday7.30pm
Saturday3.00pm7.30pm
Sunday4.00pm

Special notes

Booking from: 20 Jul 2021

Booking until: 29 Sep 2021

About the show

The Show
The musical Hairspray is based on the film written and directed by John Waters in 1988. Set in Baltimore in 1962, the musical follows American teen Tracy Turnblad, who's dream is to sing and dance on the local afternoon TV show "The Corny Collins Show", which is based on the real-life Buddy Dean Show. Despite not being the usual 'thin' teenager that the show goes for, Tracy wins the dancing role and becomes a celebrity overnight. She meets and socialises with a range of characters including African Americans, which in 60's America is frowned upon. This leads to her campaigning for the shows integration of all cultures and contributes to the social changes in Baltimore. Hairspray is full of 1960's dance music along with downtown music and rhythm and blues.

History of Hairspray
Hairspray originally started out as a film made by John Waters and had moderate success, however in the early 1990's, the film was released on home video and it became a 'cult classic'. The Broadway Musical of Hairspray was created in 2002 and won 8 Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Original Score. New-Line Cinema adapted and remade a film version of Hairspray in 2007, having it primarily based on the stage musical rather than the 1988 film. The 2007 version of Hairspray broke the record for the biggest sales of an opening weekend for a movie musical, holding the title until the 2008 film Mamma Mia. Hairspray the musical first started its Broadway tour in 2002 and premiered at the West End on 30th October 2007. It ran for 2 � years and had over 1000 performances before leaving, but now it's back for 12 weeks!

Why book London theatre tickets to see Hairspray?
Don't miss Michael Ball reappearing as his Olivier Award-winning role as Edna Turnblad.For a limited time of 12 weeks, Hairspray is back at the West End! You can book your theatre tickets to see Hairspray and hotel in one reservation, and it is possible to save up to 75% with Hotel Direct.

Interesting facts about Hairspray
Edna Turnblad has always been played by a man; The two well-known performances are by Michael Ball and John Travolta.

London Coliseum
St Martin`s Lane
London
WC2N 4ES

Leicester Square station is 2 minute walk (189 metres)