Heathers the Musical announces return to West End: dates, tickets and more

Heathers the Musical announces return to West End for a limited run

Heathers the Musical has announced its return to the West End for a limited run this summer.

The smash-hit show will head to @sohoplace from 22 May to 6 July ahead of its national UK tour.

At @sohoplace, audiences can expect to “experience Heathers the Musical differently – up close and personal”, as reported by WhatsOnStage.

The musical has previously ran at The Other Palace and Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, as well as heading out on two UK tours in 2021 and 2023.

The musical features a book, music and lyrics by Kevin Murphy and Laurence O’Keefe, and is based on the 1989 cult film of the same name, starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater.

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The black comedy explores dark subject matters including bullying, teen suicide, sexuality, bulimia, sexual assault and school violence.

This is all against the backdrop of high-energy, rock-influenced songs including “Candy Store”, “Seventeen” and “Dead Girl Walking” that feature on the soundtrack.

The upcoming UK tour will see the show debut in Windsor on 24 July before heading to the likes of Bath, Cardiff, Newcastle, Aberdeen and Blackpool.

You can check out the full Heathers the Musical tour schedule and ticket details below.

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How to get Heathers the Musical tickets

Tickets for the show are now available to buy from sohoplace.org and lovetheatre.com at a later date.

They’re priced at £79.50 / £64.50 / £54.50 / £39.50.

For tickets to the UK tour dates, see below.

Heathers the Musical tour dates

  • 22 May – 6 July – London, @sohotheatre – tickets
  • 24 July – Theatre Royal, Windsor – tickets
  • 30 July – 3 August – Theatre Royal Bath – tickets
  • 6-10 August – King’s Theatre Portsmouth – tickets
  • 13-17 August – Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff – tickets
  • 3-7 September – Theatre Royal Newcastle – tickets
  • 10-14 September – Milton Keynes Theatre – tickets
  • 17-21 September – Storyhouse Chester – tickets
  • 24-28 September – His Majesty’s Aberdeen – tickets
  • 1-5 October – Sheffield Lyceum Theatre – tickets
  • 15-19 October – Stockton Globe Theatre – tickets
  • 29 October – 2 November – Blackpool Grand Theatre – tickets
  • 5-9 November – Princess Theatre Torquay – tickets