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Make sure you catch the multi-award-winning MISS SAIGON, from the creators of Les Misérables, before it takes its final flight at the Prince Edward Theatre on 27 February 2016 prior to opening on Broadway.
This epic love story is ‘the most thrilling and emotionally stirring musical in the West End’ (Dominic Cavendish, The Daily Telegraph) and brings audiences to their feet with soaring music, breathtaking action and spectacular staging.
The tale of young Vietnamese bar girl, Kim, who falls in love with an American GI called Chris amidst the chaos of war, was the winner of a record-breaking nine Whatsonstage Awards in 2015 including BEST SHOW.
Book now and experience a true masterpiece and one of the greatest contemporary musicals of all time.
Running time2 hours 45 minutes. Performance times: Monday to Saturday at 7.30pm; Thursday & Saturday at 2.30pm
Miss Saigon contains some scenes and language which may not be suitable for younger audience members, including scenes of a sexual nature. Therefore, we recommend the show for those of 12 years and above. Minimum age for entry is 5+
Venue InformationPrince Edward TheatreOld Compton Street, London, W1D 4HS
Group PricingSpecial pricing for groups of 10 or moreCheck our group prices and save!
7 Reasons London Will Miss Saigon
It’s now just a matter of weeks until Miss Saigon closes at Prince Edward Theatre. This has been one of my favourite shows for a very long time, and I’m genuinely devastated to see it pack up and head for Broadway. Here are a few reasons why London will miss this incredible musical…
15 Feb, 2016 | By Liz Dyer
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It’s always sad to see when a show posts a closing notice or a show that is only running for a limited run looms nearer its final performances, but it’s even sadder to see this happen to fantastic shows that really seem to shape the West End with their presence.
25 Nov, 2015 | By Shaun Nolan
Features / Videos
Vlog: Shaun's 'Top 5 Shows I've Seen In The West End'
Blogger and vlogger Shaun Nolan is back again and today he’s talking about the best five shows he’s caught in the West End in the past five years including shows that have closed and some shows that are currently running like Matilda and Miss Saigon.
31 Jul, 2015 | By Shaun Nolan
Don't Miss Saigon! 5 Reasons To See Boublil And Schönberg’s Epic Musical
I’m often weary of seeing a show more than once - I feel like nothing can ever be as good the second time as the excitement and suspense is often gone because you know exactly what will happen next. But I have made an exception to this rule for one very special show: Miss Saigon. I’ve now seen it three times, and each time it just gets better and better. I haven’t lost my love for the show at all, if anything it’s grown more, and below are just my top five reasons why I love Miss Saigon so much.
29 Jun, 2015 | By Ellie Bannerman
News / Casting
New Cast Join Award-Winning Jon Jon Briones and Eva Noblezada For Second Year In Miss Saigon
Cameron Mackintosh is delighted to announce key cast changes for Boublil and Schönberg’s legendary musical Miss Saigon at the Prince Edward Theatre as the show enters its second triumphant year.
20 Apr, 2015 | By Jacob Porteous
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With London full of revivals and everyone looking forward to some other big guns about to open I started to think about what else I would like to see make a return to the West End?
Cats at the London Palladium and Miss Saigon at the Prince Edward Theatre are both enjoying great success, and are pitted against each other in the upcoming Olivier awards in the best musical revival category.
23 Mar, 2015 | By Nicky Sweetland
To Stand Or Not To Stand
Dame Helen Mirren’s comments about Broadway theatregoers cheering her performance in The Audience (now at the Apollo starring Kristin Scott Thomas) more enthusiastically that those in the West End did, throws a spotlight on who has got their reactions to a show right — the reserved Brits or our over-the-top American cousins? Or . . . are audiences in the West End becoming more like those on Broadway?
12 Mar, 2015 | By Tony Peters
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I go to theatre a lot, and I mostly watch musicals. This week alone I have been to four variants of this wonderful entertainment genre. Unfortunately at all of the four venues, my enjoyment of the production was slightly marred by people who just couldn't seem to shut up. Now, I don't mean to sound angry, ok I am angry. There is nothing more annoying that relaxing into you own little musical world only to be dragged back by someone in the audience seemingly unable to be quiet.
11 Mar, 2015 | By Nicky Sweetland
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I saw Miss Saigon at the Prince Edward Theatre the other night. I already need to see it again, and so do you!
9 Mar, 2015 | By Francesca Mepham
News / Reviews
REVIEW: What's So Great About Miss Saigon?
This week, I had another opportunity to see the award-winning new production of Miss Saigon at the Prince Edward Theatre, and I was reminded once again why I fell in love with it the first time (and the second time). It would be far, far quicker to explain what’s not great about it… but a review that just says ‘nothing’ wouldn’t make for very interesting reading. So let’s give this a go!
27 Feb, 2015 | By Liz Dyer