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Exceptional 95%. (193 audience reviews)

"Absolutely Brilliant"

"From start to finish such a brilliant production. So many nods to the TV show. A great night out."...

15/10/2021

"Great show laugh out loud humour from start to finish if your a only fools and horses fan you can`t miss it"...

13/10/2021

"Excellent show would definitely recommend"

10/10/2021

"Fantastic show"

"One of the best shows I`ve seen in a long while. Cast were brilliant and kept the audience engaged. Will be recommending to family and friends."...

10/10/2021

"100% PERFECT MAGNIFICENT SHOW"

"EXCELLENT FROM START TO FINISH"...

6/10/2021

"Excellent"

"Superb show, very well done."...

5/10/2021

"show was fab"

5/10/2021

"Fantastic"

"Loved it all especially Paul White House"...

5/10/2021

Getting there

Theatre Royal Haymarket
8 Haymarket
London
SW1Y 4HT

Directions:
Exit Piccadilly Circus Station onto Haymarket. Walk down Haymarket for approximetely 2 minutes. The theatre is on the left hand side.

Tube:

Piccadilly Circus station is 3 minute walk (258 metres)

Map

Performances

MatineeEvening
Monday7.30pm
Tuesday7.30pm
Wednesday2.30pm7.30pm
Thursday7.30pm
Friday7.30pm
Saturday2.30pm7.30pm

Special notes

Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes

Booking from: 01 Oct 2021

Booking until: 22 Feb 2022

About the show

The Show
The hilarious hit television series, Only Fools and Horses is being brought back to life as a musical! Watch the Trotters and their nostalgic Reliant Regal van as Del Boy is off to find his soulmate, Rodney and Cassandra are preparing to tie the knot, and Grandad is going to be reflecting on the past.
Featuring the classic gang; Del Boy (Tom Bennett), Rodney (Ryan Hutton), Grandad (Andy Mace), Raquel (Dianne Pilkington), Cassandra (Pippa Duffy), Boycie (Jeff Nicholson), Marlene (Samantha Seager), Denzil (Adrian Irvine) and Trigger (Peter Baker).
Written by Paul Whitehouse and Jim Sullivan (son of the original writer John Sullivan). With musical contribution from Chas n Dave, enjoy the classic theme tune and a bunch cockney comic songs.

History of Only Fools and Horses
Written by the late John Sullivan, Only Fools and Horses first aired on the 8th September 1981. The show following the life of the ambitious market traders, Del Boy (Sir David Jason) and Rodney (Nicholas Lyndhurst) Trotter, and their attempts to get rich. Set in Peckham, South-East London. Living with the two entrepreneurs was their elderly Grandad (Lennard Pearce) until 1984 when Pearce died and Uncle Albert (Buster Merryfield) took the reigns of the older family member. The Trotters and supporting characters. Trigger, Boycie, Raquel, Cassandra, Marlene, Denzil, Mickey, Mike, Damien and Sid went on to entertain audiences until 2003. The television series ended in 1991, however a further sixteen Christmas Specials aired until 2003. After the huge success of the show, John Sullivan began to write Only Fools and Horses -The Musical, the stage adaptation of the television series. However, when he died Paul Whitehouse and Jim Sullivan continued to develop the musical, remaining true to the original scripts.

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Awards & what the Critics say
"Viva, Hookey Street, C'est magnifique! A treat for Trotter fans" Daily Mirror
"Boundless, irrepressible humour. It has heart, wit and warmth by the bucketload" Whatsonstage.com
"Call it comfort food for our troubled times, this show serves up some lovely jubbly" Metro

Interesting facts about Only Fools and Horses
John Sullivan wrote every episode and even sings the theme tune to the series.
In the episode where Del Boy and Rodney remove a chandelier, the actors only had the one take as the chandelier cost �6000!
Over the decades, more than a dozen Reliant Regal vans were used.

Theatre Royal Haymarket
8 Haymarket
London
SW1Y 4HT

Piccadilly Circus station is 3 minute walk (258 metres)