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oklahoma musical

The West End transfer of Oklahoma! which had a sell-out run at the Young Vic earlier this year.has been announced

Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical  includes the numbers  "Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin'", "The Surrey With The Fringe On Top" and, of course, "Oklahoma", It is reimagined in Daniel Fish's Tony Award-winning Fish's revival for the 21st century telling the story of "a community banding together against an outsider, and the frontier life that shaped America." The musical is based on Lynn Riggs' play Green Grow the Lilacs.

Reprising their roles in the West End after appearing at the Young Vic are Raphael Bushay (Mike), Arthur Darvill (Curly McLain), from 3rd July actor and musician Sam Palladio, known for his TV appearances in Nashville, Episodes and Humans, will take the role over from Arthur Darvill in the West End. He also appeared as Prince Edward in hit festive Netflix film The Princess Switch. Stage credits include The Light Princess, Dreamboats and Petticoats and Can’t Smile Without You. 

James Patrick Davis (Will Parker), Stavros Demetraki (Ali Hakim), Greg Hicks (Andrew Carnes), Rebekah Hinds (Gertie Cummings)/ Lizzie Wofford (The Phantom of the Opera) from 3 July Rebekah Hinds with Anoushka Lucas (Laurey Williams), Marie-Astrid Mence (Lead Dancer),Sally Ann Triplett(Aunt Eller) from 15th May, Georgina Onuorah from 15th May , Patrick Vaill (Jud Fry) and David King-Yombo/Mike.from 15th May.

Also joining the lead cast are Paige Peddie ( Ado Annie) from 15th May and Phillip Olagoke (Cord Elam), with Andrew Berlin, Arthur Boan, Shani Cantor, Anna-Maria de Freitas, George Maddison, Brianna Ogunbawo, Finlay Paul and Helen K Wint completing the company.

The show runs at the Wyndham's Theatre from 16 February (with an opening night on 28 February) until 2 September 2023.

The show has orchestrations, arrangements and co-music supervision by Daniel Kluger, while the creative team will include choreographer John Heginbotham, scenic designers Lael Jellinek and Grace Laubacher, costume designer Terese Wadden, lighting designer Scott Zielinski, sound designer Drew Levy, projection designer Joshua Thorson and co-music supervision and additional vocal arrangements by Nathan Koci.



Tube :Leicester Square (next to theatre), Charing Cross (600m), Holborn (600m)
Train: Charing Cross (200M)
buses to Her Majesty's Theatre
24, 29, 176
nearest car park

MasterPark at Cambridge Circus (150m). NCP at Bedfordbury and Upper St Martin's Lane.


Infra-red system with 20 headsets. Collect headsets from stalls cloakroom.
Guide dogs allowed in auditorium or staff will dog-sit in the foyer.
Entrance is through a side entrance to the right of the main entrance on Charing Cross Road with 3 steps down into a box with a central pillar and a 90cm parapet. Space for 2 wheelchair users and one companion. Transfer seating available to aisle seats in the Stalls (2 max). Stalls entrance is through a second side entrance on Charing Cross Road and down 8 steps.
No disabled toilet. One toilet in the box but not be possible to access this in a wheelchair. The ladies toilet off the Stalls has been slightly adapted. From the foyer bar, the men's and women's are up 8 steps with a further 2 steps down inside the entrance to each. 1 step down to non-adapted toilet accessed via St Martin's Court (level access).