Prince Edward Theatre London
Blockbuster and award winning London show, Miss Saigon at the magnificent Prince Edward Theatre London. The multi award winning London musical made its return to the London West end after 15 years. The hugely popular London classical was closed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Boublil and Schonberg’s epic show made its return to the Prince Edward Theatre, London West end. The incredible musical is based on the opera Madame Butterfly and set against the backdrop of Vietnam War.
Miss Saigon is a love saga between an American GI and a Vietnamese bar girl. In the year 1989, the show made its remarkable debut under the superb direction of Nicholas Hither. The show was renowned for its outstanding size and scale. The original set was designed by John Napier and featured a helicopter which descended on the stage.
The original production enjoyed stunning 4,000 performances and is also the longest running at the Theatre Royal. On Broadway, the show was a great success and enjoyed biggest advance. Award winning performers Jonathan Pryce and Lea Selenga were the original cast member of Miss Saigon. Both the actors were honoured with Olivier and Tony awards for their sterling performances.
Miss Saigon started with the fall of Saigon in the year 1975 and revolves around American GI, Chris and 17 year old Vietnamese bar girl, Kim. The two hours and forty five minutes show is recommended for 12+ kids. The classic saga has been enjoyed by people of all age groups. Enjoy the heart touching love saga at the stunning Prince Edward Theatre.
Prince Edward Theatre is positioned at 28 Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4HS. Located in the busy area of Soho, the venue is hugely popular amongst both the locals and tourists. The stunning theatre is accessible via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. You can visit the theatre via bus route numbers 14, 19 and 38. Prince Edward theatre has huge occupancy of 1618 and spread across three levels as Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle. For those who are looking for best viewing seats can go for the Stalls section.
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