Hamilton the Musical tickets

Victoria Palace Theatre


Victoria Palace Theatre

Allington Street
+44 (0)20 7834 1317


Catch the record-breaking Hamilton musical at Victoria Palace Theatre, following the show's transfer to London’s West End after a multi-award-winning run on Broadway.

It is a story that celebrates resilience, determination, and the unwavering belief that greatness can be achieved by those who dare to dream.

What is Hamilton the Musical about? 

Reuben Joseph playing the role of Alexander Hamilton is standing at the centre of the stage and is surrounder by other cast members of Hamilton the Musical, all dressed in brown and beige uniforms.

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s smash-hit musical is based on the story of Alexander Hamilton, an orphan from the West Indies emigrates to New York hoping for a better future. Along the way, he meets with future revolutionaries such as Aaron Burr, Hercules Mulligan, and Marquis de Lafayette. He became one of America’s founding fathers and the right-hand man of General George Washington during the Revolutionary War and helped shape the very foundations of the America we know today

The cast of Hamilton the Musical is assembled on the stage and are all lifting their arms towards the sky with men wearing white and blue military costume and the women wearing ball gowns.

The highly anticipated musical has been delighting audiences around the globe since 2015. Winning a phenomenal 11 Tony Awards and the Pulitzer Prize makes it one of the most successful musicals in Broadway history. The London production, since setting up at the newly built Victoria Palace Theatre in 2017, has received multiple Olivier Awards, including the coveted title of Best New Musical

Who plays in Hamilton the Musical?

The London West End production of Hamilton boasts an extraordinary cast of actors who bring the iconic characters to life. Declan Spaine takes the title role of Alexander Hamilton (previously in Get Up, Stand Up!) while Ava Brennan plays Angelica Schuyler (Fantine in Les Misérables and Nala in the Disney production The Lion King London). Shan Ako joins the cast as Eliza Hamilton (Eponine in Les Miserables), Dom Hartley-Harris takes the role of George Washington (Bonnie&Clyde) and Lemuel Knights plays Marquis De Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson (Choir of Man).

Three women, The Schuyler Sisters, stand together on stage with their arms in the air in large pastel dresses.

Hear America's history told as never before with an original music score blending hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap and R&B, and traditional Broadway melodies to create a symphony of sound that electrifies the soul. The musical score is an integral part of the success of the show with popular hit songs such as "Wait For It", "Burn" and "Non Stop". 

How to book tickets to Hamilton the Musical

You can book your tickets now for Hamilton.

Where is Hamilton the Musical playing in London? 

Hamilton is on stage at the Victoria Palace Theatre, which is opposite Victoria Underground and railway station. 

Reuben Joseph in the role of Alexander Hamilton stands on the stage wearing a navy and white unifrom while other members of the cast are behind him ready to follow his lead.

How long is Hamilton the Musical? 

Hamilton runs for two hours and 45 minutes, including a 15-minute interval. The show starts at 7.30pm (or 2.30pm for matinees) and finishes at 10.15pm (5.15pm for matinees).

What time is the evening show?

Evening performances usually take place at 7.30pm, from Mondays to Saturdays.

On which days are there matinee performances?

Hamilton matinees are on Thursdays and Saturdays, usually at 2.30pm.

Is there any age restrictions?

Hamilton is a musical recommended for anyone aged 10 and over. Children under the age of three will not be admitted.

What other shows can I watch in London?

Discover a musical at the heart of the French revolution with Les Misérables, and follow the adventures of Jean Valjean at the Sondheim Theatre. Or find yourself in the middle of Montmartre at Moulin Rouge and see a mesmerising show combining sparkle and French CanCan at the Piccadilly Theatre.


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