Moulin Rouge! The Musical tickets and hotel

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Exceptional 98%. (233 audience reviews)


"Came out absolutely buzzing! What a great show. The show started before the stated time with actors setting the scene keeping us mesmerised even before it started."...


"Moulin Rouge"

"Must see show. Absolutely fantastic"...



"Absolutely brilliant show"...


"Non stop from start to finish."

"Loved this show as soon as i sat in my seat. The set was amazing and the cast were doing there bit before the start of the show. Loved the music, the fun and the sassiness of it all."...


"Moulin Rouge - yes, you Can, Can, Can!"

"Fantastic show, exceeding expectations?Loved i!"...



"Excellent show would love to book to see again."...


"Moulin Rouge excellent show"

"What a great show this is. The building of the atmosphere and the show itself was fantastic. The cast looked totally immersed in their parts, brilliant."...


"Best we`ve ever seen!"




Getting there

Piccadilly Theatre
16 Denman Street

Exit Piccadilly Circus Station and walk towards Eros. Cross over to the far side of the street. Take Glasshouse Street with the Illuminated signs to your right. Take the first right onto Sherwood Street and the theatre is just up the road on your right. This is approximately a 2 minute walk.


Piccadilly Circus station is 2 minute walk (159 metres)




Special notes

Running time: 2hr 45min. Incl. 1 interval.

Booking from: 23 Jul 2024

Booking until: 07 Dec 2024

About the show

The Show
Baz Luhrmann's revolutionary musical finally comes to the stage! With its iconic soundtrack - brilliantly remixed and featuring songs by Adele, Beyonce, Rhianna and more - this dazzling adaptation of the hit 2001 film has garnered five Olivier Award Nominations, including Best New Musical. Set in the storied Parisian nightclub at the turn of the 20th Century, Moulin Rouge tells the story of young poet Christian as he falls in love with burlesque dancer Satine, star performer of the cabaret club, who is also coveted by a monstrous Duke. We follow the pair through Paris' historic Montmartre Quarter as Satine gradually comes to realise that she is falling for Christian, even as she conceals a terrible secret. Tony Award-winning director Alex Timbers draws back the curtain on a wild world of glamour and romance, brought to life by a hugely creative team of composers and choreographers including Emmy Award nominee Sonya Tayeh. Welcome to Moulin Rouge, a must-see musical experience and a touching saga of truth, beauty, freedom and love.

History of Moulin Rouge
Baz Luhrmann's 2001 film re-invented musicals for a modern audience, setting the stage for a surge of renewed interest in musical film and theatre. 17 years later, director Alex Timbers sought to bring the story of Christian and Satine to a new audience, staying true to Luhrmann's vision while also breathing new life into the show with new songs by a range of contemporary artists. Since its premiere in Boston in 2018, Timbers' stunningly creative remix of Luhrmann's classic has wowed critics and audiences on Broadway, in Melbourne and in the West End.

Why book London theatre breaks to see Moulin Rouge?
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Awards and what the Critics say
In addition to five Olivier Award nominations for its West End production, Moulin Rouge won 10 Tony Awards for its Broadway production, including Best Musical and Best Choreography. Ava Wong Davies of the Independent described Moulin Rouge as 'ostentatious, absurd and completely ravishing to look at,' while the Telegraph's Dominic Cavendish called Moulin Rouge 'the perfect way to celebrate our post-pandemic freedom.'

Interesting facts about Moulin Rouge
Baz Luhrmann chose not to direct the stage adaptation of his film as he felt that a younger director would have a 'purer' connection to the story.In 1891, posters advertising the Moulin Rouge nightclub were created by artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, who also features as a character in the play.

Piccadilly Theatre
16 Denman Street

Piccadilly Circus station is 2 minute walk (159 metres)

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