spamiltonSpamilton:An American Parody is the The Menier Chocolate Factory's summer musical running from 12th July-15th September.

Spamilton  is a musical parody of the Broadway show Hamilton written by Gerard Alessandrini, (creator of the parody revue Forbidden Broadway).  It  also parodies several other musicals, including Gypsy, Chicago, The King and I, Assassins, Camelot, The Book of Mormon and Sweeney Todd, and personalities including Patti LuPone, Audra McDonald, Stephen Sondheim, Stephen Schwartz, Barbra Streisand, Bernadette Peters, Carol Channing and Liza Minnelli. It features numbers including "Look Around (The Schuyler Puppets)", "The Film When It Happens" and "Aaron Burr, Sir, Nervous-er"

The piece originally premiered in New York in 2016 and  went on to be nominated for two Drama Desk Awards and a Drama League Award.Hamilton's creator Lin-Manuel Miranda said that he "laughed his brains out" when he first saw the parody show.

Described by the New York Times as “smart, silly and convulsively funny”, Spamilton makes its UK debut at the Menier Chocolate Factory, where unlike the Victoria Palace, there are tickets available - at a fraction of the price.

The cast will feature Marc Akinfolarin (Assassins, The Color Purple), Jason Denton (School of Rock), Eddie Elliott (Motown), Liam Tamne (The Phantom of the Opera) and Julie Yammanee (Lazarus), with special guests Sophie-Louise Dann (The Girls) and Damian Humbley (Merrily We Roll Along).

Buy tickets for Spamilton : An American Parody which is running until 15th September.

show times

Tuesday-Saturday 8:00 pm, Matinees Saturday & Sunday at 15:30No performances Sunday 15th, 22nd & 29th July Additional performances Monday 16th & 23rd July  The running time is approximately 80 minutes, with no interval


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Tube:  London Bridge (Borough High Street exit) - Jubilee & Northern Lines  
buses to Her Majesty's Theatre
RV1 and 381
nearest car park

Parking on single yellow lines available after 18:30 and all day at weekends


Customers with visual or hearing impairments qualify for concession rates for themselves plus a companion. There is no infra red or loop system, but the size of the venue means you can sit only a few feet away from performers
Guide dogs are permitted inside the auditorium
Wheelchair access into the building is via our main entrance on Southwark Street. The theatre can take one wheelchair per performance, located at the front of the auditorium with an excellent view of the stage. There will always be at least one space available next to the wheelchair space for a companion.