Thriller – Live at the Lyric Theatre

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See Michael Jackson's hits performed live on stage with spectacular dance routines and special effects at Thriller – Live in London's West End. The show was running before Michael Jackson's death and it remains a stunning musical tribute to the undisputed King of Pop.

Thriller – Live is a musical tribute to Michael Jackson's career, from his time in the Jackson 5 to the present day. Enjoy two hours of non-stop hits including Beat It, Billie Jean, Man in the Mirror, Dirty Diana, Thriller and many more. The show traces Michael Jackson's life through his music. The finale is a full recreation of the Thriller video, complete with zombies.

Watch dazzling dance routines courtesy of the show's director and choreographer, Gary Lloyd. Gary has worked with top artists like Leona Lewis, Will Young, Gareth Gates, Girls Aloud, Pink and Robbie Williams. There's also choreography by MTV multi-award winner, LaVelle Smith Jnr, who has worked with Michael and Janet Jackson, The Rolling Stones, Diana Ross, Rod Stewart, Destiny's Child and Beyonce.

2008 marked the 25th anniversary of the Thriller album and Michael Jackson's 50th birthday. The star died suddenly on 25 June 2009.

About Michael Jackson

Born on 29 August 1958, the seventh child of the Jackson family, Michael made his professional debut at the age of 11. He began his solo career in 1971. He went on to sell more than 750 million records and have 13 No 1 singles – more than any other male artist.

Thriller is the best-selling album of all time, with 100 million copies sold to date.

Director:
John Maher (musical director)
Cast:
David Jordan, Haydon Eshun, Andrae Palmer, Ricardo Alfonso, Zoe Birkett, Britt Quentin, Michael Kavuma, Deborah Dada, Joe Drum, Liam Lawrence, Chris Arias, Busola Peters, Austyn Farrell, Rob Anker, Remi Black, Rose Wild, Gabriela Atencio-Hernandez, Jade Albertsen, Leah Hill, Sophie Usher, Penny Smart, Jordan Palmer, Kyle Johnson, Eshan Gopal, Elijah Crossley, Torann Opara, Kierran Rogers, Owen Jordan

Prices

Adult Ticket: £27.50 to £85.00 (USD36.72) per ticket

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Venue Details & Map

Lyric Theatre

Address
Shaftesbury Avenue
St James
London
W1D 7ES
Telephone:
0330 333 4812
Yelp Reviews

3.5 out of 5 based on 19 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Thriller – Live at the Lyric Theatre

1.0 out of 5 25 May 2016
by Giovanni G.

Save your money; you've been forewarned! I'm so mad I wasted my one night designated for Theater, while visiting London, on this crap.

The only redeeming feature of this high-school quality production is the outstanding singer Alex Buchanan. It is quite an embarrassment to see the terrible wardrobe, the outdated choreography, the silly special-effects coupled with atrocious make-up (Black men...more

5.0 out of 5 5 April 2016
by Priya K.

I took my other half here for his birthday, he's a super fan of MJ, having collected everything of his from tshirts, to posters to even keeping his last concert ticket. However, I own one of his dangerous vinyls, so you could say I'm also a fan :)

I managed to get the best seats in the house, and what a view we had of the stage. From the songs to the interaction with the audience, I'd...more

3.0 out of 5 19 February 2016
by Jessica H.

I went to a matinee performance of the show on a Sunday and by the end of the first half, I felt slightly underwhelmed, but by the end of the show, they had redeemed themselves.

While I am a Michael Jackson fan and watching this made me realise just how many awesome hits he had, I feel that they missed some amazing hits for lesser known ones - maybe to appeal to the die-hard MJ fans, who...more

2.0 out of 5 8 November 2015
by Josie D.

Really wanted to like the show but if I can take one thought home- it's Michael Jackson is so awesome they needed 5 different people to impersonate him. The show is super boring despite the performers tried hard.

The whole show was terrible. Not sure why the girl sang most of the songs. Karaoke session for 3 hrs. Zzzzz

Jersey boys was soooo much better.more

1.0 out of 5 30 December 2014
by Grace K.

I was so excited to see the moves of dearly departed MJ. All the billboards ads capture iconic MJ dance sequences and classic outfits. If you are expecting this and to hear his all time hits in the familiarity of his voice, THEN DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS SHOW. Mind as well buy his album and listen to it on your couch.

First, the costumes were horrible. They didn't represent the era of...more

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