Cameron Mackintosh presents this triumphant new staging of Lionel Bart's masterpiece Oliver! at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, which was last seen at the London Palladium in 1994. Oliver! is one of the most beloved British musicals, vividly bringing to life Dickens' timeless characters with its ever popular story of the boy who asked for more. Featuring a host of wonderful songs including ‘Food Glorious Food’’, ‘Consider Yourself’, ‘You’ve Got to Pick a Pocket or Two’ and many more. Don’t miss this classic family musical, get your Oliver tickets today and join Oliver, Fagin, The Artful Dodger and co.
Sign up for Oliver! Ticket Alerts
Sign up here for information on upcoming onsale dates, times and venue information. Be the first to know when Oliver! tickets go on sale
More about Oliver! Tickets
With music and lyrics by Lionel Bart, Oliver! first made its way onto the London stage in 1960. This successful West End run was followed by an equally successful Broadway production. The 1968 film starring Oliver Reed as the ferocious Bill Sykes and Ron Moody as charming thief ringleader Fagin (a role he also played in the original London production) won six Oscars and introduced the musical to a brand new audience. Oliver! returned to the London stage in 1994 with a production directed by Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Road To Perdition) and with extra sections of music and lyrics by Lionel Bart. The production featured actor Jonathan Pryce (Pirates of The Caribbean, Tomorrow Never Dies) as Fagin. A revival of the production in 2009 filled the theatre world with excitement. Directed by Rupert Goold, the production retained Mendes’ lavish sets and featured comedy favourite Rowan Atkinson (Blackadder, Mr Bean) as Fagin, while the key roles of Oliver and Nancy were cast with the aid of the hit BBC reality TV series ‘I’d Do Anything.’ Opening to rapturous reviews, the production broke records for advance ticket sales and thrilled critics and audiences alike. Comedian Omid Djalili subsequently took over in the role of Fagin following Atkinson’s departure from the show in July 2009.