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Piccadilly Theatre

Piccadilly Theatre
16 Denman Street

Seating Plan


(2mins) Pass the famous illuminated signs on your right to take Glasshouse Street/Sherwood Street where the theatre can be seen.

Review Summary
Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 316 review(s)


Latest Review: "Absolutely brilliant. ..."

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    Wednesday, 11th Jun 2014 by Julie

Very mixed reviews! I think as I have found the show to be great when a great performer is playing the lead! Still good when the lead is good but no more. Everyone I have seen can do the part just very different levels that's all. This year not as strong as previous cast but that doesn't make it bad. Just not brilliant as perhaps it should be. After all the tickets are still expensive so should be getting the very best for the money!

    Saturday, 7th Jun 2014 by Tom

Something missing in the cast at the new theatre. Found the lead to be poor in comparison to what I have seen before. Very panto style faces pulled when acting. Not how the real Frankie Valli should be portrayed I'm sure! Singing was just ok. Again over the top with really pushed out notes. Enjoyed the show, just not the lead!

    Friday, 6th Jun 2014 by Adam

Good music with superb band. Very average guy playing the lead. Struggled in parts with the singing as the show went on. Annoying acting. He exaggerated every scene which silly face expressions. Wouldn't bother going again. Would rather buy Frankie Valli cd and listen at home!

    Thursday, 5th Jun 2014 by Liz

Had a wonderful time at this theatre. Show was brilliant and so was Michael Watson. I don't understand the negative reviews. He wa tremendous in the role and hit all the high notes. Rest of cast was also great. Smaller theatre but more intimate. Great songs, great cast. Really recommend. Will be going back again and hope to see Michael Watson again. Loved it.

    Tuesday, 27th May 2014 by Sully

Took my husband for his 50th birthday, ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC, what a show!!!

    Tuesday, 27th May 2014 by Bet

Show starts off really slow. The lead was too over the top with his acting. Trying too hard. Singing was alright in parts, not in others. Second act some silly women got on stage! Not a bad show but a bit let down with the quality which I thought should have been better.

    Sunday, 25th May 2014 by Becca

Show was ok for me. Nothing special I'm afraid! Many better shows in west end with better acting, singing! Lead was poor!

    Thursday, 22nd May 2014 by Nicola kelly

Ok but did not know some of the songs my family knew the songs don't know if I would go and see it again hard to understand the story and the year kept go back to their history oh no

    Thursday, 22nd May 2014 by Stephen low

Sandy Moffat has a good voice. Just not for this show! Really had problems in the high parts! I have seen many other actors play this part so have a rough idea how it should be done. Last year was excellent with superb vocals from a couple of the guys playing the lead. I hope it goes back to how it was!

    Wednesday, 21st May 2014 by Sharon

Not quite as good as in previous years. The leads not as vocally good as the old cast. Good music which more than gets the show through after 6 years of running. Heard it's going to do a tour as well this year. Let's hope the standard doesn't drop as more!

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Show Information
Booking From: Friday, 24th March 2017
Booking Until: Sunday, 26th March 2017
Running Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Age Restriction: Recommended for ages 12 and over due to strong language. No children under 5 allowed.
Important Info: Contains strong language. Latecomers will be allowed in at the first suitable break.
Show Status: This production is closed

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