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Billy Elliot The Musical

Victoria Palace Theatre, Victoria Street, London, United Kingdom, SW1E 5EA
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One of Britain's most successful films ever, Billy Elliot, gets a stage makeover with music added by legendary tunester Sir Elton John.

The musical tells the story of young Billy, who is born in a northern town where men box and work in the mines. They do not dance and they certainly do not harbour ambitions of attending the Royal Ballet School. But Billy is a bit different. Brought up by a single father, without a mother's touch, Billy does not want to fight, but is enthralled by the grace and wonder of ballet. With gritty determination he attempts to prove doubters wrong by going all the way.

Billy Elliot The Musical reunites the team behind the award-winning 2000 film – director Stephen Daldry, writer Lee Hall, choreographer Peter Darling and producer Jon Finn – and adds to that the musical mastery of Sir Elton John, to turn the highly acclaimed film into an all-singing, all-dancing stage spectacular.

Billy Elliot The Musical contains language which some people might find offensive or unsuitable for children. It is recommended for theatregoers aged eight and older.

For more about Billy Elliot The Musical at the Victoria Palace Theatre, read the Big Interview with former star Martin Marquez or Being Billy Elliot.

WINNER - BBC Radio 2 Audience Award 2013

Cast & Creatives

Nat Sweeney/Brodie Donougher/Thomas Hazelby/Ollie Jochim, Todd Bell/Tomi Fry/Nathan Jones, Kyria Cooper/Connie Fisher/Demi Lee, Ruthie Henshall, Deka Walmsley, Chris Grahamson, Gillian Elisa, Howard Crossley, Claudia Bradley, David Muscat, Craig Armstrong, Richard Ashton, James Ballanger, Paul Basleigh, Rachel Bingham, Lucinda Collins, Peter Cork, Scott Cripps, Robbie Durham, Ross Finnie, Lee Hoy, Ruri James, Ben Redfern, Charlotte Riby, Mike Scott, Sharon Sexton, Wendy Somerville, Spencer Stafford, David Stoller, Kerry Washington
Lee Hall
Stephen Daldry
Music by
Elton John
Lyrics by
Lee Hall
Working Title Films and Old Vic Productions
Peter Darling
Nicky Gillibrand
Lighting Designer
Rick Fisher
Set Designer
Ian MacNeil
Paul Arditti

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Victoria Palace Theatre

Victoria Street, London, United Kingdom, SW1E 5EA
0844 248 5000
Official site
Nearest tube
Victoria (100m)
Nearest bus
2, 8, 11, 16, 24, 36, 38, 52, 73, 82, 148, 185, 211, 239, 436, 507, 705, C1, C10, 73, 511 Victoria Bus Station (100m)
Nearest train
Victoria (100m)

50% off parking when you park at Q-Park Pimlico (outside Congestion Charge Zone).  Meter parking all around the area. Single yellow line on Allington Street. The theatre’s main entrance is on a Red Route. Taxi rank at Victoria Station.

This venue accepts Theatre Tokens

Access information

How to book
Tel: 020 7834 1170
Access discounts available.
Limited mobility
Seats B1, B28, C1, C30, E1, E32, F1, F34, G1, G36 & S1 in the Stalls have the most leg room.
Access description
One 3cm step up through swing doors into the Box Office. Box Office counter on left. Staircases have handrails on both sides and steps are highlighted. 4 steps down from foyer to Stalls, 28 to back of Dress Circle (with 2 steps between rows). Access to the Grand Circle is not suitable for patrons with walking difficulties. Theatre generally open 45 mins before performance.
Hearing impaired
Infra-red system with headsets in the Stalls. Please book in advance – deposit required.
Guide dogs policy
Guide dogs are permitted in the auditorium or staff can dog-sit by prior arrangement. Dogs will be looked after in the manager’s office.
Entrance is through the second EXIT door on Allington Street (to the left of the theatre) – wheelchair users can go to the large foyer bar next to the main entrance and can then be escorted to the alternative entrance. No steps to back of Stalls. 2 spaces for wheelchair users at P36 and M36 with seating for companions in the same row. Transfer seating available to any aisle seat in the stalls, and the theatre can store a maximum of 4 wheelchairs per performance. The theatre is licensed for 6 wheelchairs (4 transferring, 2 remaining in chair).
Non-adapted toilets on all levels.
Disabled toilets
Adapted toilet to the rear of Stalls.
Large Foyer Bar with 3cm step from street. Drinks in plastic cups may be brought into the auditorium.
This venue accepts Theatre Tokens

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Face value?
£38.70- £68.20

Age suitability
Show times
Mon-Sat 19:30, Mats Thu & Sat 14:30
Previews from
Opening night
Booking until
Box office
020 7834 1317
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