Prince Edward Theatre
Miss Saigon, Boublil & Schönberg's classic musical is back in Londons West End. Make sure to get your tickets for Miss Saigon the musical in this new up-to-date version!
- Ensure your tickets to this beautiful musical
- Choose your own seats
- Experience this classic musical
- You can often save on your tickets by booking online
What is Miss Saigon about?
The story is set in the final days of the American occupation of Saigon at the end of the Vietnam war, and charts the intense romance of an American GI and a young Vietnamese woman. With Miss Saigon, the creators of Les Miserables update Puccini's Madame Butterfly to the modern world, as a moving testament to the human spirit.
This classic love story is brought up-to-date in this new incredible version. Since Miss Saigon last showed in London, and played for 25 years at London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane, it has toured around the world, and played in over 300 cities in 15 languages and won countless awards.
Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil's musical Miss Saigon still features all the classic songs, but also some brand new tunes!
Other classic musicals in London:
Phantom of the Opera and Les Misérables.
How do I get my tickets?
Shortly after your booking is complete, you will receive an e-ticket by email. Just print out your ticket and bring it with you to the theater.
Who is the musical suitable for?
Miss Saigon is one of the world's most popular musicals and appeals to a wide audience, but it is not suitable for children under age 12.
How long is the musical?
Miss Saigon lasts approx. 2 hours and 40 minutes.
How is the team behind?
Miss Saigon is written by the authors of Les Miserables, Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil, with lyrics by Boublil and Richard Maltby Jr.
Miss Saigon レビュー
"The 18-year-old Eva Noblezada is extraordinarily vulnerable and touching as Kim, and her raw, deeply felt performance and soaring voice lend the show its heart. There were moments when she moved me to tears"
"After a 15-year absence Miss Saigon makes a stirring return to the West End. It remains a huge spectacle, and the music surges and soars"
The Evening Standard