New Cast Members Revealed For 'Wicked' In West End

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A new cast will take over performances of Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre from March 7th, 2023. Tickets to Wicked are currently available to book both online at through the box office.

Alexia Khadime will make a return to Wicked and reprise her role of Elphaba who she previously played in the production from 2008 - 2010.  Joining her will be Lucy St. Louis who will play Glinda. St. Louis is currently appearing as 'Christine' in The Phantom of the Opera. Other new notable appointments include Caitlin Anderson who will make her West End debut as 'Nessarose', and Joe Thompson-Oubari will take over the role of 'Boq'.

The full cast of Wicked from March 7th,  2023 will feature Simeon Truby as Doctor Dillamond, Ryan Reid asFiyero, Sophie-Mark Curry as The Wizard, Louise Dann as Madame Morrible, Conor Ashman, James Titchener, Amy Webb, Lisa-Anne Wood, Yuki Abe, Kate Leiper, Kofi Aidoo-Appiah, Natalie Spriggs, Jessica Aubrey, Daniel Parrott, Joshua Clemetson, Effie Rae Dyson, Nicola Espallardo, Danny Fogarty, Ross Harmon, Fergus Dale, Nick Len, Jemima Loddy, Joshua Lovell, PaddyJoe Martin, Millie Mayhew, Harry Mills, Aiesha Naomi Pease, Jeanie Ryan, Micaela Todd, Christine Tucker, and Jaydon Vijn.

The current cast of Wicked, including Helen Woolf and Lucie Jones will play their final performance at the Aplollo Victoria Theatre on March 5th, 2023.

Wicked is a musical by Stephen Schwartz and follows Elphaba, a young and green-skinned witch who must make lifechanging decisions as she discovers the real extents of all of her powers. The musical features popular songs such as "Popular," "No Good Deed," "One Short Day" and "Defying Gravity." Get more information about Wicked in London here.

Performances of Wicked The Musical are at the Apollo Victoria Theatre which is a huge West End theatre situated opposite Victoria Station and has a capacity of 2328 seats.

Views of the stage are good throughout the theatre, however, due to its size the rear section of of the Circle can feel a little distant. Premium seats offering panoramic and clear views of the stage can be found in the centre of the Stalls and row Q is highly recommended due to the aisle in front that ensures completely unobstructed views. Seats in Rows K-T of the Stalls also allow you to absorb the spectacular set and all of the special effects in the show, yet still feel fully involved in the performance and for those who wish for a fully immersive experience, sitting right up close is an excellent choice.  Studying the seating plan of the venue and taking advantage of the different price bands within the theatre is very much recommended for this production due to the sheer size of the theatre with value to be found in all sections making it an ideal production for patrons on a budget or looking for discounts, good value London theatre tickets or last minute shows..

Due to the size of the theatre and the fact that there are eight shows per week to sell there is good value throughout the venue to be found for off peak and mid-week performances of Wicked and the front row of the Stalls are usually sold as 'Day Tickets', meaning that die hard bargain hunters looking for cheap Wicked tickets can queue on the day for reduced prices from 10am. it is worth noting however, that sitting very close to the stage may cause a slight neck-ache from looking up!

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