Tue-Sat: 7:30pm; Thu & Sat: 2:30pm; Sun: 3:30pm


2h30 incl interval




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Shaftesbury Theatre

Shaftesbury Theatre
Shaftesbury Avenue
+44 (0)20 7379 5399


Follow the plight of the hilarious Mrs Doubtfire in this delightful musical comedy at the Shaftesbury Theatre

Delights in the antics of Dad Daniel turned into a traditional nanny,  but is still adjusting to his new role. Whether you are a fan of the Hollywood movie or just in for a laugh, this smash-hit musical is sure to hit the spot. 

What is Mrs Doubtfire about?

After losing custody of his children in a messy divorce, actor Daniel will do anything he can to spend time with his children. In a last attempt to stay in their lives, he creates a new character, Scottish nanny and housekeeper, Mrs Euphegenia Doubtfire, in what will be the role of his life.

Mrs doubtfire stands in the doorway of the home of her family next to her three children and ex wife.

As this new character takes on a life of its own, watch as Daniel struggles to balance his own life, resulting in many of the film's favourite hilarious scenes. Don't miss one of the most famous scenes, the chaotic dinner where Mrs Doubtfire juggles multiple roles to keep the ruse intact, switching between characters with different voices and mannerisms flying off the wall!

Scottish nanny mrs doubtfire stands on stage holding two pot lids with a smoking bosom.

Based on the acclaimed film starring Robin Williams, this stage new adaptation brings the heart-warming story to life, with all plenty of laughs and memorable moments.

The cast of Mrs Doubtfire, the London musical

The current cast of Mrs Doubtfire the Musical includes:

  • Mrs Doubtfire/Daniel Hillard - Gabriel Vick
  • Miranda Hillard - Laura Tebbutt
  • Lydia Hillard - Carla Dixon-Hernandez
  • Frank Hillard - Cameron Blakely
  • Andre Mayem - Marcus Collins
  • Stuart Dunmire - Samuel Edwards
  • Wanda Sellner - Kelly Agbowu
  • Christopher Hillard - Herbie Byers/ Benjamin Dalton /Parker Newman
  • Natalie Hillard - Ellemie Shivers/ Rachelle Viola Bonfield-Bell/ Felicity Walton

Please note that the cast and line-up are subject to change.

How can I book tickets to see Mrs Doubtfire? 

Book your tickets to see Mrs Doubtfire at the Shaftesbury Theatre online with Visit London. View a seating plan to pick where to sit and watch this incredible musical.

Ticket prices can be seen when viewing the seating map.

Mrs doubtfire dances on the stage with a hoover.

What time is the evening show?

Evening performances of Mrs Doubtfire usually take place Tuesdays to Saturdays at 7:30pm.

Which days are there matinee performances of Mrs Doubtfire?

Mrs Doubtfire matinees are on Thursdays and Saturdays at 2.30pm, and on Sundays at 3:30pm - although times may vary. Make sure to check your ticket in advance. 

Where is Mrs Doubtfire playing?

A line of Mrs Doubtfire actors dance on the stage of the west end.

Mrs Doubtfire is playing at the Shaftesbury Theatre, close to Tottenham Court Road Tube station. 

How to get there: 

  • Tube - Tottenham Court Road tube station (Central, Northern and Elizabeth lines) is a four minutes walk to the theatre.
  • Bus - The bus stop St Giles High Street is a few steps away from the theatre. Lines 8, N242, N253 and N68 stop there.
  • Cycling - Rent a Santander bike and take the direction of High Holborn where biking docks can be found. The Theatre is located a few steps away from there.

How long is Mrs Doubtfire?

Mrs Doubtfire lasts two hours and 30 minutes including one interval.

It is recommended to arrive at the theatre at least 30 minutes in advance of the show starting.

The show is booking up until February 2025.

What age is the show suitable for?

The musical is recommended for anyone aged seven years old and over.

What other shows can I see in London?

Laugh out loud at more comedy shows including The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre and Roald Dahl's much-loved Matilda The Musical at the Cambridge Theatre.


Adult Ticket From £27.68 per ticket