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Wicked! We’re off to see the Wonderful Witches of Oz!


What’s Wicked about?

WICKED is the smash-hit West End and Broadway musical sensation, seen by 10 million fans in London alone. With the most spectacular staging you’ll ever witness in a theatre, WICKED will enchant, beguile and bewitch theatregoers of all ages; you won’t believe your eyes - which is why experiencing the spellbinding magic of WICKED just once is never enough.

The show whisks us away to the breathtakingly beautiful (and completely re-imagined) land of Oz, where an unlikely friendship is blossoming between two University students, Glinda and Elphaba – one popular, pretty and into pink in a BIG way; the other magical, gifted and green. But it soon becomes clear that being the colour of a cabbage is the least of Elphaba’s problems - something bad is happening in Oz.

WICKED weaves an ingenious backstory – and a new destiny – for the most cherished characters from L. Frank Baum’s ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’, as friendship is tested to the limit and powerful forces conspire to create sworn enemies of Glinda The Good and Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West. Will good conquer evil, or might we discover that wickedness is not always what it seems?

‘Packed with wit, storming songs and beautiful costumes’ (The Guardian), WICKED has already clocked up over 5,500 performances at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, making it the 9th longest running musical in West End history. This unforgettable musical fantasy features showstopping music & lyrics by Grammy® and Academy® Award-winner Stephen Schwartz (The Prince of Egypt, Disney’s Pocahontas, Godspell) and stunning costumes by Tony® Award winner Susan Hilferty. Musical staging is by Tony® Award-winner Wayne Cilento with direction by double Tony® Award-winner Joe Mantello

Wicked songs

Yes, the songs really are WICKED! There’s the hysterically funny Popular, the spectacular The Wizard and I and the show’s mega-hit, Defying Gravity, which literally brings the house down at every performance! Other songs include: Dancing Through Life, I’m Not That Girl, As Long as You’re Mine and the enchanting duet For Good

Wicked Awards

WICKED has scooped over 100 major awards, including three Tony® Awards, two Olivier Awards and ten WhatsOnStage Awards (voted for by theatregoers) including the triple crown of three ‘Best West End Show’ statuettes. 

Wickedly Weird Trivia 

During the song Defying Gravity, composer Stephen Schwartz nods to the film The Wizard of Oz by using the 7 opening notes from “Somewhere over the Rainbow” (see if you can spot them in the lyric “unlimited/together we’re unlimited” from Defying Gravity). Idina Menzel, who played Elphaba for the show’s launch on both Broadway and London productions of Wicked also provided the vocals for Elsa in Disney’s Frozen

What the critics say about WICKED

“One of the West End’s true modern classics. Prepare to be spellbound.’’ Metro
“A brilliant production. Blockbuster entertainment, sophisticated comedy and though-provoking drama” The Sunday Telegraph
“A remarkable kaleidoscope of magical shocks, surprises and sensations, Wicked works like a dream” Evening Standard

Book the best seats now for WICKED and share in the magic of the show Entertainment Weekly called “The Best Musical of the Decade”.

Wicked the Musical news

The cast of Wicked celebrate International Women’s Day8 March, 2019
Top 10 Musical Theatre Jerkers14 October, 2016
An A to Oz of Emerald City22 September, 2016

Critic Reviews

1 reviews
A wicked and wonderful vision of Oz. A remarkable kaleidoscope of magical shocks, surprises and sensations - Wicked works like a dream
28 Mar 2014

Customer Reviews

3,507 reviews
Dawn & Monica
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10 Aug 2020

I've been wanting to see this show for several years. It definitely did not disappoint! Loved seeing this in London on our travels!

meghan denton
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6 Apr 2020

it were wonderful, it were to see the show from a different angle

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8 Mar 2020

Not my thing at all. Found the first half boring until the last song before the interval. My children enjoyed it.

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7 Mar 2020

I brought some friends to see the show. We had, obviously, heard about Wicked but didn’t know the story at all. We each have disabled children and my daughter has recently passed away. We were upset from the beginning of when the baby was born ‘with mangled legs’ and i switched off from there. I considered leaving during the interval but came back and enjoyed the second half. The singing was amazing. However, I wouldn’t recommend this to my friends.

Cast member's cousin
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4 Mar 2020

Very well performed but a word of warning if you're male and/or beyond your early teens: this is definitely for the teenybopper girlies.


Access Information

If you require accessibility information, please call the venue directly on 0800 912 6973.


17 Wilton Road London SW1V 1LG

Cancellation Policy

No refunds available after purchase.


WICKED Cast & Creatives

The original London cast of WICKED included Idina Menzel, Adam Garcia, Miriam Margolyes and Joel Grey. Since opening in 2006, WICKED’s roll call reads like who’s who of West End royalty – Kerry Ellis, Louise Dearman, Rachel Tucker, Cassidy Janson, Sophie Evans, Lee Mead and Matt Willis have all appeared in the show.

The current cast includes: Laura Pick (Elphaba), Helen Woolf (Glinda), Alistair Brammer (Fiyero), Kim Ismay (Madame Morrible), Andy Hockley (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz), Carina Gillespie (Nessarose), Simeon Truby (Doctor Dillamond) and Nicholas McClean (Boq) 

Music/Lyrics – Stephen Schwartz
Book – Winnie Holzman
Director – Joe Mantello
Musical Staging – Wayne Cilento
Scenic Designer – Eugene Lee
Costumer Designer – Susan Hilferty
Lighting Designer – Kenneth Posner
Sound Designer – Tony Meola


2 hours 45 minutes with one 20 minute interval.

Good To Know

Children under 3 years old may not be admitted into the theatre.

Suitable For Children

Wicked is suitable for a general audience. As a guide to parents and guardians, it is recommended for ages 7+. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Children under 3 years of age will not be admitted.

When Can I Go

Monday-Saturday: 7.30pm

Wednesday and Saturday: 2.30pm

Where Do I Go

Apollo Victoria
17 Wilton Road
London SW1V 1LG

If you're travelling by tube, the London Victoria station is the closest to the theatre.